Peter shows up at Bennett's apartment of gloom, and asks HRG if he has a minute. Since he is unemployed and unmarried, that's a rhetorical question, but HRG snits that he thought Peter wanted nothing to do with him. Peter wants to show him his compass tattoo, but it's gone, so Noah's like, "That's a very nice arm." Peter explains it was a compass tattoo just like the compass they found. HRG asks what Peter thinks they're going to do: go on the road in search of the speedy guy with knives, and Peter asks if HRG wants to get cut up again. He doesn't, and he's really not up for hunting these guys down, so Peter starts to leave and bumps into Claire, who's just arriving. They greet warmly, and Peter says he has to be at work in ten minutes. Claire's like, "Ten minutes? You live in New York City. ...New power?" Peter tells her to ask HRG about it and then he speeds off. I thought that when Peter gets a new power, he loses the old one now, ever since he got his powers back after Papa Petrelli took them away. So, why didn't Samuel giving him the compass/tattoo/whatever power take away the knife ninja power? Or is what Samuel gave him not a power? Maybe the show will answer this question eventually, but I'm not going to hold my breath. Once Peter's gone, HRG pretends he and Peter had gone on a fishing expedition, which is probably the lamest thing he could have made up, but he doesn't let Claire ask questions, instead offering her something to eat, like "a bowl of cereal," which is obviously the only option available. Poor, lonely HRG.
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.