Johnny knocks on the Bannermans' door. Sarah answers, and she totally thinks Johnny is there to see her, but he shoots her down when he says that he heard Walt came home for supper. They go inside. Walt, Sarah, and Johnny Jr. sit at the table. Walt invites Johnny to eat, but Johnny says he needs to go back to the Markoff place, because he heard from the kidnapper. Walt stands up and hustles out.
On the way to the Markoff place, Walt asks Johnny about the message. Johnny doesn't have much information, except that he should have been able to find it, like it was a test. Walt tells Johnny not to worry. Johnny admits that he hasn't had a vision in weeks. Walt looks worried, and asks whether Johnny hit his head again. That's like on every television show ever, where someone gets hit on the head and gets amnesia, and then the cure is to get hit on the head again. I don't think it works like that in real life, Dr. Walt. Johnny says that the visions just stopped after one last vision. Walt suggests that Johnny might be recovering, and that it could be a good thing. Johnny says he never asked for this gift, and that if it doesn't return, he won't miss it, but that he needs it tonight to find the Markoff kid.
Johnny looks around Markoff Junior's room as Walt, FBI Lady, and Markoff look on. Markoff can't believe that the kidnapper didn't ask for money. Maybe he's a psycho? Or God forbid, a pedophile? Markoff wonders why the kidnapper called Johnny, but Johnny doesn't know and he isn't getting any visions. Johnny moves to another room. Markoff asks to speak to the FBI lady privately. Markoff wants Johnny out of his house. Walt tries to get Markoff to calm down, and asks why he thinks Johnny would make the whole thing up. Markoff says that Johnny could be trying to promote himself, or even be involved in the kidnapping himself. The FBI lady assures Markoff that they are investigating that angle, then cuts her eyes at Walt like, "Shit, I didn't mean to tell the local yokel about that." Hee! Johnny walks into another room. Markoff reminds the cops that kidnappers demand ransom money, so it's ridiculous to think that someone would kidnap his son just to get Johnny's attention. Walt says he can vouch for Johnny. Markoff still wants Johnny out. They walk down the hall to see where Johnny's gotten off to.