At home, Johnny tells Bruce what he saw. Johnny adds that he's seen the guy before. Bruce wants to know whether Johnny saw him for real, or saw him in a vision. Johnny says it can't be a vision, because people in his visions don't talk to him. Allie Skoo pointed out on the forums that it seems like every episode consists of Johnny claiming that his visions don't work a certain way, only to find out later that they do work exactly that way. Bruce asks when Johnny saw the guy before, and Johnny says that it was during the storm, when they were helping the carnies in the woods. Bruce suggests that the guy was a carnival employee. Johnny says that wouldn't explain his second sighting, which happened while they were in the woods with Cyril. Maybe the creepy man is a wood nymph. All of the sightings seem to happen in the woods. Bruce asks why Johnny didn't say anything before. Johnny pretends he's calling Bruce and explaining to show how crazy it would sound. Bruce still thinks it might be a vision, but Johnny reminds Bruce that he gets his visions from touch, and he wasn't touching anything at the time. Bruce suggests that the guy might be a stalker. Johnny disagrees. Bruce asks what Creepy Guy was yelling. Johnny dismisses it to Bruce as crazy talk about the end of the world, but from his facial expression, you can tell that Johnny's not convinced it was just the rantings of a lunatic.
That night, Johnny goes to his basement and pulls the tarp off his Armageddon Preparedness Bulletin Board -- you know, the one with pictures of Stillson and such. Johnny scans the board, but is startled when a voice behind him says, "That's a sick hobby you've got there." It's Creepy Guy. Johnny flies into a standing position and orders Creepy Guy out of his house. Creepy Guy ignores Johnny's demands and tells him to go to White Plains, NY and find a blue house at 1356 Primrose Lane. Creepy Guy wants this to happen "before it's too late." He nods at the Armageddon Board, then turns to leave. Johnny picks up a weapon -- a drill. Is he going to screw the guy to death? Hee. "Screw." I guess it's better than nothing, but it seems like a pretty ineffective weapon. Unless it's cordless, you could just run out of the power cord's range. Oh, it is cordless. Never mind. J-Dawg suggested that Johnny should have a sword inside his cane. He saw that in a comic book one time. Excuse me, graphic novel. Johnny runs upstairs, but by the time he gets there seconds later, Creepy Guy is nowhere to be found. Johnny checks his front door, which is still chained shut. At first, I thought he was going to use the drill to unscrew the deadbolt or something. I didn't get that it was supposed to be a weapon. I'm kind of slow. Johnny checks his security system, and no breaches have been reported. Johnny returns to the basement and writes the address the guy gave him on a photo of a mushroom cloud. Oh, please. Like he wouldn't just write it on a scrap of paper or a piece of junk mail like a normal person. It's a nice visual and all, but it's a tad unrealistic. Also, why does he have a photo of a mushroom cloud on the board? To remind himself of what Armageddon might look like? How does he know it will involve a nuclear bomb? All of his visions just feature Washington on fire. Maybe Armageddon will take the form of a giant match and a whole lot of gas cans.