Luke thanks Sylar for coming after him, and after Sylar gives a long-winded disclaimer about how he just came for the commandos' laptop/tracking device that has "getting a blowjob from a guy doesn't make you gay" written all over it, Luke points out that Sylar could have left him there, to which Sylar has no response other than to turn on the radio, which starts playing "Psycho Killer." Sure, I chuckled, but I'm not sure the licensing fees were worth the joke.
At Building 26, Nathan intones a name in Danko's direction -- the name of the guy Tracy killed. Danko is unperturbed, so Nathan accuses him of letting Tracy out, and Danko cops to it, saying he saved Nathan's ass. "I'm sorry he had to die." Nathan suggests he go apologize to his bloodstain, and Danko looks into the hallway, in which someone is actually scrubbing up the blood from the floor. I don't know if that was meant to be hilarious, but it certainly got me laughing harder than the song did.
Bennet is drowning his sorrows at a hotel bar as he fiddles with his wedding ring. After the bartender chats with him briefly, she steps away, and when she's gone, Bennet's eyes lose focus and he realizes he's been drugged. He falls to the ground, but then quickly gets picked up -- by Peter, Matt, and Mohinder, who tell the bartender that their "friend" had a few too many, and they'll get him home safe. I'd speculate as to what's going through her mind, but the Sylar storyline pretty much gayed me out for the week. Next time: All About Bennet. See you then!
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