Johnny did serve one purpose: he screwed up so that Micki and Jack (Chris Wiggins), a friend of the cousins, would have to clean up his mess. Of course this doesn't make it any easier to stomach a near hook-up between Johnny and Micki in "The Long Road Home." While driving back from an auction, their car breaks down in the middle of nowhere and they take refuge in the farmhouse of two fucked-up brothers who are none-too-distant relatives of Leatherface. I would like to believe they nearly slept together simply because of the stress of the situation and the need for mutual comfort.
Other great episodes include: "Mightier Than the Sword" in which an author uses a cursed pen to turn Micki into a sociopath — everything he writes, she does, and he makes millions off the best-selling true crime book; "Bad Penny" sees the return of the coin of Ziocles, the antique that killed Micki for half an episode in season two; "Epitaph for a Lonely Soul," which revolves around everyone's favorite taboo, necrophilia; and "Stick it in Your Ear," which sees a struggling mentalist hit the big time when an antique hearing aid allows him to hear people's thoughts for real. This episode was one of the goriest of the series.