Parkman seethes about Sylar being out of the nightmare he trapped him in, and blames Peter. Ambiguously Gay Duo, in unison: "It's a long story." Peter needs to know what Samuel's planning, when and where. They ask him to get in Replicator Eli's head, but Parkman sounds jealous and asks if it's so they can run off and be superheroes together. He can't believe Peter actually trusts Sylar. Peter touches Parkman and says, "When you want something done..." ["...Don't ask Parkman to do it." - Z] He touches Replicator Eli and then tells Sylar and Parkman that Sylar's going to show the world his powers tonight in Central Park. Sylar asks what that means, and Peter says he's going to open the ground and kill them all. Sylar obviouses, for those of us who don't know he used to be evil: "That sounds like a plan I could live with back in the day." Parkman continues the obvious: "You say that like it wasn't yesterday!" Sylar tells Matt he knows it's hard to understand, but he's not that person anymore. Peter wants to go, but Parkman can't let them leave together, since people will end up dead and he can't let that happen. Dude, shut up, Parkman! Since when do you care about anything but your stupid family and your stupid ratatouille? He uses his brain to convince Sylar he's not going anywhere. It's a good thing Parkman's in this episode to be worthless and slow things down.
Underground. Souvenir trailer. Claire's digging, and says they can get out, but HRG says every time they dig, it uses oxygen and there's not enough air for him, though her lungs will keep regenerating. He says it's futile, but Claire says they have to find some way out of here. HRG thinks he's figured out why Samuel put her down here with him: so she could watch him die. Speaking of Samuel making people do things, Emma's playing in Central Park, and the crowds are certainly gathering. Oh, and this episode was written by Tim Kring. Doyle tells Emma to lure them in. She looks sad as she plays and plays.