Back in Tokyo, Ando's typing again when Kimiko once again tells him that Hiro said yes. Then Hiro appears (which means a different Hiro just talked to Kimiko? Or are we not supposed to notice that giant leap in continuity?) with a cord of some sort and toner on his face. Ando wants to have the same conversation about telling Kimiko he might be dying that he had before, but Hiro's not really interested, so he rushes through it and then asks about Tadashi (that's the accountant who jumped off the roof). Hiro explains that he saved Tadashi from photocopying his butt, so now he's looking for him among the staff. Ando continues to lecture about telling Kimiko the truth. Then Dial-A-Hero rings and it's Tadashi, on the roof again. Hiro heads back up and they have a similar conversation as before, except this time, Hiro says stuff like, "This can't be happening again," but apparently Tadashi made the copy of his butt at a different time this time, so Hiro going back to the day he did it before didn't help. Tadashi jumps and Hiro stops time again. And we go to commercial again, as if there's any drama in this storyline. It's not even enough of a cliffhanger to bring people back after commercials.
Mercy Heights Medical Center, New York. Peter's telling someone that a patient is diabetic, until Nathan interrupts him. Nathan's annoyed Peter hasn't returned his phone calls, but Peter just says he's been busy. It seems like the show dropped the whole "Peter's a lone reed" storyline and is now making him seem all happy with Nathan, but just busy. Okay, show. I'll follow you in this direction, because I like Peter and Nathan together, even if it really is Peter and Sylar-as-Nathan. So, Peter asks Nathan if it can wait, but Nathan needs five minutes now. Screw the diabetic patients, because Peter heads to a locker room with Nathan. They refrain from making out, and instead Nathan delights Peter by showing him how he can move objects with his mind. He picks up a sugar jar, which Peter then takes and looks at in awe, as if it was the sugar that had the power. Peter's excited about this, and Nathan says he's like a Swiss Army Knife of superpowers now, with a new power every day. Peter guesses that runs in the family. Then Nathan tells Peter that he's seeing things, memories, but they aren't his. He says he'll touch something and see its history. Peter says he's read about this; it's called psychometrics, which he says has something to do with seeing the history of an object -- where it's been, what it's experienced. Yeah, I don't think that's what psychometrics actually means. Peter asks if Nathan remembers Kelly Houston. Peter asks if Nathan means before or after she ran away and broke Nathan's heart, but Nathan says he doesn't think she ran away. He says he's seeing images of him and her in a pool, and she's dead. He thinks, if what he's seeing is real, that someone killed her. Peter tells him he has to find out the truth, which means going by her old house, where her mother, Millie, still lives. Peter offers to go with him, but Nathan says it's his mess to clean up. Wait, is that Nathan or Sylar in there? It must be Sylar, because Nathan's never been that noble.