Meanwhile, Tracy's struggling with a fully frozen Claire, trying to get her into the bath. Then she accidentally drops her and her foot falls off. She's freaking out about it, as one would do if a foot fell off into their hands. She sits and cries, then Claire sits up behind her and explains she heals: "It's, like, what I do." She takes her foot back and they giggle.
Back in Nathan's office, he asks Peter if he thinks you ever really know somebody. Peter asks if he's hearing himself and then says what he sees when he looks at all of the awards in Nathan's case is the big brother who would let him win by a nose in a race, the naval officer who would rearrange his leaves so Peter could have a good birthday, and the guy who's saved his ass more than a few times in the past few years. Nathan says he's made a lot of mistakes, but Peter says he has to and not to beat himself up for it. Nathan's secretary re-enters and says she found a Matt Parkman, in a hospital in Texas, under guard, after trying to commit suicide by cop. Nathan says Matt's in critical condition, and Peter tells him he can heal people now.
Carnival. Hiro's staring at a map and making his squeezed teleportation face when Samuel tells him, "Tick-tock. Tick-tock." Who does he think he is? Sylar? Hiro says he's trying, and Samuel comes over and tells him he can do this; he has faith in him. Then we flash back to India, where Mohinder's still watching the video of his father, studying equations on the blackboard. He gets all into it, looking through books and pasting stuff together into a weird collage. When Mira finds him passed out among his father's things the next morning, she's pissed. He tells her he's made a remarkable discovery about a certain power, "a quantifiable force." She's still pissed, but he goes on that he made a sort of compass using his father's equations. Ah, so that's what that was... She interrupts him and say he's possessed again by the voices. He says it's important, because if the child is still alive and surrounds himself by enough "specials" (is that what we're calling them now?), he can become the most pow... She stops him and tells him to think about what he has to lose, because she won't wait for him to return if he disappears again. He sits and looks at the compass he's built. It must not be the same as the other compass that only works when held by a hero?