In Africa, Arthur attacks Hiro telepathically, grabbing his head. Ando leaps across the sand at him but Arthur casually deflects him away. However, Arthur notices Usutu’s painting of an eclipse on a nearby rock face. He releases Hiro and goes to examine it, and Ando knocks Hiro to the ground. He tells Hiro to use his power and teleport away but Hiro seems confused and doesn’t know what he’s talking about. As Arthur approaches them, Ando closes Hiro’s eyes for him and tells him to concentrate. As Arthur arrives, Hiro thinks of waffles and they teleport to a bowling alley in Tokyo that serves chicken and waffles. They take a seat at a table and Hiro wonders why Ando is so old. He looks at himself in a mirror and wonders why he looks so old. Ando asks him how old he thinks he is and Ando thinks he’s 10...Read the full recap
Mohinder: (opening voiceover) When the moon passes between the sun and the earth, strange fascination takes root in the heart and suddenly anything is possible. Its power is undeniable; its beauty, mesmerizing; its lure, biblical; its meaning, unknowable; and as quickly as it comes, it disappears, leaving us to dwell on our own insignificance in the face of God.
Claire: (to Flint and Knox) Wait. Don't you know? I'm the defensive player of the year.
Nathan: (to Tracy) Yeah, last time I tried that my brother came back from the future and shot me ... twice.
Angela: We were once like that, Arthur. Remember. You loved me and there's a part of you that still does.
Mohinder: (closing voiceover) It starts with light and ends with light. And in-between there is darkness. Nothing there is beyond hope, nothing that can be sworn impossible. Nothing left unimagined since Zeus, father of the Olympians, made night from midday - hiding the light of the shining sun - and raining dark fear down upon man.