Johnny meets with Purdy at Faith Heritage. Purdy is concerned about Johnny's visions, and Johnny says that Pratt thinks it was a false alarm. Purdy immediately gets on the horn with the governor. Johnny stands and says he's going to the hospital, where Sarah is having J.J. checked out. Purdy says, "Your son is a strong little boy." Johnny freezes and says, "I'd rather you not call him that." Purdy disagrees, and thinks "there are signs urging [Johnny] to step forward and realize what [J.J. being his son] means." Johnny interrupts to say that he knew Purdy would bring the Bible into it, and adds, "Pick your allegory, right? A plague, storms, the rise of reality TV?" Which is funny, because the last episode featured a storm, and this one features a plague. Maybe next week will be about reality TV. Purdy says he's not trying to preach, and just wants to support Johnny however he can. Johnny tells Purdy to stay out of it. And say goodbye to Purdy, because you won't be seeing him anymore this week. And you won't see Dana or Bruce at all.
At the hospital, J.J. is getting a physical in an exam room. All the doctor can find is a skinned knee from playing soccer. Sarah wants the doctor to run a blood test, and the doctor asks to speak to Sarah outside. Walt follows, and Johnny tries to follow also, but the doctor says that it's "parents only." In the hall, the doctor says she's gotten some calls from worried parents, so she knows what's going on, and she'd rather not draw blood unless absolutely necessary. Walt says they don't want the doctor to believe rumors, and Sarah adds that they just want their son checked to make sure he's okay.
Back in the exam room, J.J. and Johnny have nothing to talk about. Johnny tries to make small talk, but the only thing that gets a response from J.J. is a discussion of the fact that it hurts to get blood drawn, because they use a needle. Johnny is honest about the fact that it hurts, which causes J.J. to open up a little more. He asks Johnny if he really slept for six years. Johnny says he did, but he doesn't think he had any dreams, because he was saving them up. J.J. asks what's going on with the doctors and everything. Johnny hesitates, and then admits that he saw some of the kids from J.J.'s school getting sick. J.J. asks if he's going to get sick, and Johnny admits the truth. Johnny adds that sometimes he can change what's in his visions, which is why they need to take blood. The doctor re-enters the room with the Bannermans and draws blood from J.J.
Johnny and Pratt are back at the school, along with some others from the health department. The other health guys are the ones that Johnny saw in his vision, wearing the blue paper suits and rebreather masks. Pratt asks Johnny how he knows the governor, and Johnny says they have a mutual friend. Pratt orders his men to take the necessary samples, but they are clearly all pissed at having to execute what they consider to be a wild goose chase. Johnny suggests that they all wear masks, but Pratt points out that he and Johnny have already been exposed. Pratt says he doesn't believe in Johnny's visions, but he still intends to do "a detailed inspection" and report, if only to prove Johnny wrong.