Noah and Sandra Bennet are packing up to move away when Claire comes downstairs, dressed for school in her cheerleader school. Noah once again states that they're leaving Costa Verde but Claire snaps back that he's the one who is endangering the family and she refuses to go. Noah grabs a roll of duct tape and prepares to tie her up, but Sandra breaks up the fight by telling Claire she can go to school to say goodbye to her friends but then they'll be moving. Claire storms out...Read the full recap
Dana Davis (Monica Dawson), Milo Ventimiglia (Peter Petrelli), Adrian Pasdar (Nathan Petrelli), Noah Gray-Cabey (Micah Sanders), Ali Larter (Niki Sanders), and Zachary Quinto (Sylar) are not credited and do not appear in this episode.
DVD commentary by Kristen Bell, Ashley Crow, and Greg Yaltanes.
Ratings: 10.80 million viewers
Kaito Nakamura: We have the power of gods. That does not mean we can play God.
Elle: (to Mohinder whose nose is broken) What's your super power? Punching bag?
Matt: There's something bigger going on here. I don't know what it is, but these guys are involved with some kind of organization. Like from back in the seventies.
Det. Bryan Fuller: Like a disco?
Angela Petrelli: If you visit me one more time, Detective Parkman, I’ll expect you to make an honest woman out of me.
Matt: That is the plan, actually.
Angela Petrelli: The truth? The truth? The truth is that our generation mortgaged our souls to protect yours. Show a little respect for that. Get over your daddy issues, and leave us be.
Bennet: (to Elle after she shocks herself) Stings like a bitch, doesn't it?
Bennett: I was there. When your father first brought you in. You were a normal girl. Unicorns and rainbows, and then they started the testing. The human brain isn’t built to take that much electricity. You poor girl.
Elle: My father would never let that happen.
Bennett: Your father was leading the charge.
Bennet: (to Bob) You touch my daughter, and I'll kill yours.
(during Kaito's funeral)
Hiro: I refuse to eulogize my father. To eulogize him is to admit he is gone. My father is not dead. Kaito Nakamura taught me right from wrong. What it means to be a hero. So as long as the lessons live on through me, he will never die. My father taught me to understand that certain things are in God's hands. But for everything else, God has given us the gift of choice. My father gave me the tools to fight the battles ahead. Every hand I extend in kindness is his hand. And every blow that I strike for justice is his fist. So as long as the lessons he taught stay with me, and so long as he lives on in my heart, then my father is never truly dead.