Grissom and Johnny peer through some brush and see Grissom's house. They tear through it and walk up to the house, which appears to have been abandoned for some time. Grissom emotionally asks Johnny to wait for him there. He puts his hand on Johnny's shoulder, and Johnny has a vision of Grissom's parents standing on the porch. Grissom walks into the house. Alma and the Stades walk up. Johnny says they must not have tried very hard to find Grissom's house, because it wasn't that hard. Alma says that Grissom was their top operative during the Cold War, and until today, twenty-two countries had proof that Grissom died sixteen years ago. Johnny says that sixteen years is a long time to spend in any kind of prison, and then asks if they were really going to try to kill him. Alma says that Grissom has always had a flair for the dramatic.
Johnny walks into the house and calls out to Grissom that it's time to get going. Alma and the Stades walk through the house. Mr. Stade calls Alma over and points out an open window in the back. Alma calls Johnny a "dumb son of a bitch," and says that he's done more damage than he knows. Alma and the Stades walk out. Johnny notices Grissom's cane leaning against a wall. He walks over and picks it up, and goes into a vision of Grissom at French Customs, getting his passport stamped. Johnny snaps out of it and smiles, and then walks out using Grissom's cane and laughing.
Next week: Walt gets pissed at Johnny about something. Johnny's Stillson obsession comes to light. And then there's something about bribery or corruption and Johnny getting arrested.