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Claire goes to take down Stephen Canfield, a level 5 who can create black holes, but is unaware that others are close behind. Peter leaves the grisly future only to find that the experience has changed him forever. Meanwhile, Hiro befriends Daphne and Knox when Adam Monroe is unable to get them to "the formula"; Suresh's need to fix his research puts Maya in danger; and Linderman's true identity is revealed.
Nathan is in bed with Tracy wondering what’s happening with his life, but thankful he’s had a second chance from God. When he goes out to the refrigerator to get a drink, he finds Linderman waiting for him. Linderman neither confirms nor denies that he’s really there or not. Nathan wonders how Linderman knew Tracy needed help. Linderman speaks vaguely of being from a higher power but Nathan doesn’t believe it. Linderman disappears and Traci comes out, asking who he’s talking to. He denies talking to anyone...Read the full recap
Instead of the typical opening narration by Mohinder, Nathan provides the opening voiceover.
Greg Grunberg (Matt Parkman) does not appear in this episode.
Nathan: It's all happening so fast. My life is a speeding train and I'm not sure where it's headed. One thing is certain, I've been given a second chance, touched by God and I've got to believe that he has a purpose for my life. So why am I filled with self-doubt? Plagued by demons, real and imaginary? Frightened by the challenges ahead, and haunted by the ghosts of my past? Does God know what I am? Do I? Am I an angel, or a monster? A hero, or a villain? And why can't I see the difference?
Ando: (to Hiro at the bar) This is like a Cantina for specials.
Knox: You’re the one with the powers?
Hiro: Yes. I control time and space.
Sandra: Claire! Thank god. I was so worried. Are you okay? Because if you are, you are so grounded.
Stephen Canfield: Canfield can create vortexes that can suck in objects of variable weight, causing them to disappear off of the face of the earth.
Eric Doyle: Doyle can control others' physical actions, puppet-like.