Right from the beginning of this episode, I could tell that this was going to be a good one. Josh is talking with Kyle about girls and dating, when suddenly, Andy pops along and says the following: "remember this moment". Kyle has a vision and sees three objects (a fishbowl, a postcard and a book). Words in another language are written on the postcard. However, for once, Kyle does not understand it. When his vision is over, he turns towards the door, where Jessi has just entered. Next, Kyle turns over to Josh and says, "something bad is about to happen". As soon as Kyle finishes his sentence, an earthquake hits the small coffee shop. Luckily, all of them are safe when it stops.
Throughout the rest of the episode, Kyle goes over to Tom Foss, asking him questions about what the postcard really says. Foss doesn't know, either, so Kyle tries looking for himself.
By the end of the episode, Kyle has another vision and remembers a moment when Adam Baylin told him to "remember this moment". As Baylin was telling Kyle that, he had a book in his had and Kyle had noticed that he had slipped a CD inside.
The next day, Kyle finds the book that Baylin had placed the CD in. Much to his surprise, the CD remains inside of the book. Kyle quickly removes it and heads back home to play it on his computer.
Strangely, the CD only plays some robotic language, but Kyle knows that Baylin wanted him to think harder. Spending another whole day of thinking, Kyle finally finds out how to play the CD: he must be under water.
The CD plays a message-recording by Adam Baylin, congratulating him on getting this far. He tells Kyle that this is just a "simple test" and that things will get harder as he continues to seek his purpose.
Kyle's next plan is to try and translate that the postcard is written in. After another day of working hard, Kyle manages to realize that the text is written in sound waves. As Kyle is working on translating it, he recieves a text message from Foss, saying that he "needs to get going and that they will meet again". When Kyle finally manages to translate the text, it reads "Don't Trust Foss". Kyle rushes over to the warehouse, where he expects Foss to be, but everything, including all of Foss' belongings have vanished. The episode then ends.
In my opinion, I thought that this was one of the most creative Kyle XY episodes yet. It really had me thinking the entire episode, which is really the purpose of the show. Like most episodes of Kyle XY, it left off at a cliff-hanger, which is usually always a good thing, because it leaves the viewer asking questions. I'm really looking forward to the next episode. All of a sudden, this series is beginning to get interesting.