Mohinder: (opening voiceover) There's a moment in every war where everything changes. A moment when the road bends. Alliances and battle lines shift. And the rules of engagement are rewritten. Moments like these can change the nature of the battle, and turn the tide, for either side. So we do what we can to understand them. To be ready for change, we steady our hearts, curb our fears, muster our forces, and look for signs in the stars. But these moments, these game changers, remain a mystery. Destiny's invisible hand, moving pieces on a chess board. No matter how much we prepare for them, how much we resist the change, anticipate the moment, fight the inevitable outcome, in the end, we're never truly ready when it strikes.
Noah: The good news is, you've certainly got the strength. The bad news is you're clumsy, slow, and obvious.
Traci: I guess there's no rest for the wicked.
Angela: Obviously not.
Matt: Why don't you just let me inside?
Mr. Millbrook: Are you threatening me?
Matt: Uh, I said... let me in.
Mr. Millbrook: Why are you turning your head sideways? What's your problem, son?
Claire: It hurts. I never thought I'd be able to hurt again. Uhh, it sucks. But it's wonderful.
Hiro: Every town and city around the world has a place where the wise men gather. The Greek oracle of Delphi. The Library at Alexandria. The Hall of Justice.
Flint: Without abilities, I’m nobody. I already been nobody.
The Haitian: The universe has decided our fate.
Nathan: Can the universe get me a phone?
Sylar: Ahh! Oh God! Oh, it hurts!
Elle: Well it’s gonna hurt forever if I can’t set it. Stop being such a baby!