Kelly suggests that they consider landing the plane early. The captain shoots her a look and she concludes, "If only to remove Mr. Smith from the plane." The captain says that they will conclude the flight as originally planned, and then tells Johnny he's sorry about the handcuffs, and touches them. Johnny goes into a vision of the captain struggling with the controls, and then saying, "May God forgive me." He pushes the throttle all the way forward, and then we see the engine explosion and people-sucked-out-the-side action from before. I knew the captain was the bad guy! He's British! They're always evil. Johnny snaps out of it as the captain apologizes to Johnny for any discomfort, and promises him a free mileage upgrade coupon. Johnny snaps, "I won't be needing it." The captain is all, "Whatever, dude," and walks away.
Back in the cockpit, the captain and co-pilot conclude a system check, and everything looks good. The co-pilot admits that he was getting nervous. Suddenly, they hear a rumbling sound, and the co-pilot says it wasn't turbulence. The captain says that the autopilot is acting up, and they just need to keep an eye on it. An air traffic controller comes over the radio with their landing instructions, which the captain confirms. The co-pilot nervously wonders why the captain didn't request "priority clearance to land." The captain ominously says, "Why would I want to do that?" I have to say, I was never really nervous that the plane would crash, because they have more episodes this season and Johnny can't die. This episode would have been a lot more suspenseful if Purdy was on the plane alone and Johnny was on the ground.
Purdy stomps to the back of the plane and asks Johnny whether the captain listened to the warnings. Purdy is shocked to see that Johnny is in handcuffs. Kelly tells him to return to his seat. Purdy pulls the "Don't you know who I am?" card. Kelly knows, and doesn't care. Johnny blurts out his vision about the captain deliberately putting the plane into a dive, the engine exploding, and the hull breaking apart. Kelly can't believe it, but Johnny says he saw it as clearly as he saw Kelly's sister. Kelly says she's flown with this captain many times. Purdy asks what's going on in the captain's personal life. Kelly tries to get Purdy to go back to his seat, but Purdy says he has less than fifteen minutes to live, so he's not going anywhere. Purdy explains that "God has a very specific purpose for putting Johnny on this flight." Apparently, they were supposed to go by private jet, but it was in for repairs, and then they missed their first flight, so Purdy concludes that "it is no coincidence that Johnny is on this plane." Purdy explains that they will need Kelly's help to save the passengers, and asks if she will accept the role that "fate, destiny, or God's will" has given her. Kelly thinks it over. Purdy comments on Kelly's St. Christopher medal, since he's the patron saint of travelers. Kelly asks if they expect her to relieve the captain of command. Johnny asks if the co-pilot can land the plane. Kelly says he can, and Johnny says that would solve a lot of problems. Kelly wonders how she would explain it when they land, and Purdy points out that at least they would land. Kelly thinks it over, uncuffs Johnny, and promises to speak with the captain. Purdy sits down and Johnny compliments his "sermon." Purdy says again that he can be convincing when he needs to be, and thanks God that Kelly isn't an atheist.
Kelly walks to the front of the plane, and finds Nicole freaking out and Larraine trying to comfort her. Larraine explains that Nicole really believes Johnny can see the future. Kelly gets buzzed into the cockpit. The captain says that they'll be on the ground soon, and asks if Johnny is still giving her trouble. Kelly motions for the captain to stand up and speak to her privately. He does, and she asks him to voluntarily turn over command to the co-pilot. The captain asks what's going on. Kelly admits that Johnny thinks the captain will take the plane down, and that she would feel better if the co-pilot landed the plane. The captain is pissed and tells Kelly to go back to her seat. Kelly pulls out her gun and asks the co-pilot if he can land the plane solo. He says he doesn't want to. Kelly asks again if can do it, and he says he can. Kelly orders the captain to leave the cockpit. He's still pissed. Kelly says she doesn't want to alarm the passengers, and the captain reluctantly steps out.