Meet Kevin Johnson
Season 4 | Episode 8 | Aired 03/20/08
Michael's crappy New York apartment. Michael's disheveled, worn and depressed. As he writes a letter, he looks up to photo of him holding Walt as a baby. Michael finishes the letter and leaves. He gets inside his car and pins the note to his jacket. Then he takes off down the street, drives to the piers, going faster and faster, hurtling towards a huge metal container – and then CRRAAASSSHHH!! He smashes into the container at full impact!
Cut to a hospital as Michael wakes up. A nurse comes in and tells Michael it's a miracle he's still alive. It's a cold night and she brought him some extra blankets. She steps into the light – and it's Libby, one of the women Michael shot and killed! Michael screams – and wakes up in the hospital. It was a dream. The real nurse comes in, and it's not Libby. She tells Michael he's lucky to be alive. He had no I.D. on him, so she asks for his name. Michael won't answer. Then she asks if she wants him to contact Walt. The note pinned to his jacket was written to Walt. Michael says no.
Michael leaves the hospital and goes to his Mom's house. However she won't let him in. He asks to see Walt, but she refuses. Whatever Michael said to him, Walt doesn't want to see him. Michael says he has a right to see him, but his Mom tells him he gave up any rights he had. She thought he had died but then he shows up alive with Walt. She can't tell anyone about them, and she can't call them by their real names. Now Walt wakes up in the middle of the night screaming, and she's the one who has to comfort him. Michael leaves, and asks that she tell Walt he loves him. Then he looks up and sees Walt in a second floor window. Before he can say anything, Walt closes the curtains and disappears from view.
Michael goes into a seedy pawn shop and pawns his watch. The owner asks how come it's got Korean writing on it, and Michael explains it was a gift from a friend who was Korean. Michael doesn't want money – he wants a gun. With bullets. The owner makes the deal, and Michael takes the gun to an alley and loads it. He puts the gun to his chin, and when he's just about to pull the trigger –