Will needs to get through the TSA checkpoint, but he worries his name might be on a no-fly list.
Conveniently, Will remembers that he can "push pictures" (8.11) from his mind at other people.
Will psychically tells the TSA agent that it isn't Will West she's looking for. It's Jonathan Levin, a name Will read on a baggage tag.
Poor Mr. Levin is taken into custody, and Will makes it through scot-free.
Will uses the Force to get himself onto the plane, where he can finally relax.
Will thinks of Dad's rule #49: "When all else fails, just breathe" (8.32). Dad loves his Top 40 pop wisdom.
Before Will can put his seat back, he hears the voice of the Prowler Man, who has appeared in a seat behind him.
The man, whose name is Dave, tells him that invisible creatures from the Never-Was are after him.
Um, maybe Will should put on the oxygen mask, because he is losing his mind.
Dave also says that Will's Mom was taken over by a "Ride Along" (8.96), a creature that can control people.
Will's mom is probably dead.
Will asks about his dad, but Dave doesn't know his status.
Dave gives Will a pair of sunglasses. That's awfully generous of him.
After that conversation, Will is wiped out.
Will drinks some water and falls asleep.
We see another italics dream sequence, but it doesn't appear to be Will's dream, because Will is in the dream, and the dreamer is searching for him. Where there's a Will, there's a really weird dream sequence.