Nathan comes in to see Tracy, who's safely rechained, and tells her she's never getting out of the cell, but she turns the conversation around, saying she knows what he did -- the broken chain and unlocked door set her up to escape. She sneers, "You know what? Next time I will." Nathan looks discomfited, and walks out.
The commandos have finished up at the diner and are loading up their van. Once the doors are closed, it starts to back up, but suddenly stops and shakes like it's the sixties and it's owned by a bunch of horny hippies. Back at Building 26, the men hear the commandos' strangled cries, which soon die down. The van doors open again, and one lone commando, bloody briefcase in hand, hops out -- and removes his mask to reveal he's Sylar. He turns back and removes the drug shunt from Luke's nose, and then -- no lie -- takes him away in a slo-mo fireman's carry. I wouldn't be surprised if this plotline were banned from being aired in Utah.
Back at the restaurant, Ando is apologizing, saying he should never have interrupted the course of destiny. I've been over this, but what is he even talking about? Those drawings aren't guidelines! They always come to pass! No matter what he did, that scene would have happened! Oy. Hiro, for his part, says he was sent to India to learn he doesn't need powers to be a hero. No one mentions anything about brains, which is probably just as well. Anna then comes over with a fax addressed to them (?) and they read it's from Rebel, giving an address in Los Angeles with the words, "Save Matt Parkman." What, no "Save the security guard, save the world?" Does that not have a ring to it?
Bennet enters Claire's room, bag in hand, and Claire sniffs that he must have straightened things out with Sandra and is now off to his new assignment. Her bravado crumbles, though, when Bennet tells her Sandra kicked him out, and he knows she's right -- he keeps too many secrets. Voice unsteady, he tells her he's going to try to be a better person, husband, and father. "And not tell lies. And if we all work really hard to be honest with each other, maybe we can heal these wounds." Jack Coleman is bringing it here, so it's no surprise when Claire's face starts to break even as he assures her he'll be around, and they'll get through it. His "I love you, Claire-Bear" is the last straw, and she heads into his arms. He holds her for a bit, crying himself, and then leaves, and when he's gone, we see Claire had another reason to be affected by the part about honesty, as Alex emerges from his hiding spot in the closet. I hope his ability allows him to breathe with all the awkward in the air.