The Haitian is running through the woods and Peter chases after him. The Haitian laments the fact he doesn’t have any powers and can’t do anything against his brother, Samedi. Peter point out that he’s powerless as well and knows how he feels. Peter say the eclipse might be a good thing, that it’s now a test of their resolve. Since Samedi doesn’t have his invulnerability, they can prove to his followers that he’s not a god if they can make him bleed. The Haitian asks why Peter came and Peter claims it was to bring him back to stop Arthur. However, when the Haitian says he’s lying, Peter admits it was to prove to himself that he’s still a hero even without powers. The Haitian heads off to confront his brother...Read the full recap
Ali Larter (Tracy Straus) and Cristine Rose (Angela Petrelli) do not appear in this episode.
The comic that Hiro buys along with 9th Wonders! is Ultimate X-Men #96, which was written by the episode's writer Aron Eli Coleite.
The Haitian: His followers think he's a god.
Peter: Then I say we make him bleed.
Noah: That's right, run! I want you to be scared! Just like Claire was! This ends today.
Samedi: Others believe that names grant great strength.
Peter: Is that why you call yourself Baron Samedi? So people will worship you like a god?
Samedi: Is that why you took the title "Senator"?
Arthur: Being powerless makes me vulnerable.
Mohinder: You're paranoid.
Arthur: Very much so.
Sandra: They are asking a lot of questions. They called the police. What am I supposed to tell them?
Noah: Tell them what I would tell them.
Sandra: You mean lie.
Flint: This gonna give me my powers back?
Mohinder: It'll help track the changes your body is going through.
Flint: You really think I'm that kind of stupid, doc?
Mohinder: Honestly... yeah. I did.
Arthur: I think this eclipse showed us all exactly who we are. Desperate. Angry. And weak.
Elle: You're hurting me.
Sylar: I know.