Eight weeks from now at the Carnival. Hiro gives Samuel the film, and says he wants Charlie. Samuel says soon, and he's sorry Hiro's friend had to die. Close-up of Mohinder's face as he's waking. Then we zoom out and see he's in a padded room in a straitjacket. They medicate him and call him "Mr. Amadi." How on earth could Hiro have done all of that? Wouldn't that require him to have released the real Mr. Amadi for it to work? Or check him in somehow under that name? It doesn't make sense that it would be that seamless.
Parkman, in the stolen guard uniform, explains to Janice over voicemail that the guy inside his head is gone, and the craziness is finally over. He says Sylar's gone back into his own body, and got what he wanted. He looks sad and hangs up. Would he really call Janice just to say that? No "I love you. I'm sorry. I miss you. I want to come home"?
Tracy's looking pretty in a red shirt in a diner when Samuel comes in. She tells him she's not sure what she's doing here or what she wants, but she knows she can't go on living her old life anymore. He says he's glad she called (called? Didn't he give her a compass, not a phone number?), since he felt a real connection between them. She looks skeptical. Then he says he has something to ask of her -- he has a way for her to use her gifts to help all people with abilities. He says they can accomplish great things together and the camera pans back and out of the diner, as he tells her she has unique talents. We stop hearing him, but still see him talk. I start to think someone must be watching, but no one is.
Peter's apartment. Nathan's sitting brooding at the table, when Peter comes in and says, "So, this thought that you're..." Nathan: "Sylar? Change the voice, change the face, still hidden underneath." He says these hands have killed dozens of people, many of them friends. He says Nathan's gone now other than some random thoughts in a mass murderer's head. Peter looks upset and says that, assuming he believes any of that, why does it matter? Didn't Parkman says he forced Sylar out? Nathan: "As if Matt can purge every sick thought from that head." He then tells Peter that he might be Nathan to the rest of the world but every time Peter looks at him, the way he's looking at him now, he's going to see Sylar. And we all know Peter doesn't want to make out with Sylar (sorry fanfic writers), so this is heartbreaking for Nathan. He asks Peter to tell him he's wrong. Peter doesn't, so Nathan repeats it: "Tell me I'm wrong, Pete." They look at each other sadly. And it really is sad. I mean, through everything on this show, this relationship has been a constant. Even though Nathan's been dead all season, his brain's still been there, and it's sad to think of Adrian Pasdar and Nathan going away for good.