Danko shows Mohinder into a room containing numerous Heroes, all lying unconscious on gurneys and hooked up to a steady stream of drugs. Danko explains that everyone in the room is considered armed and dangerous, including Mohinder. Mohinder asks about Daphne, and upon discovering she's in the room, goes to her as he says he wants to speak to Nathan. Danko, amusement on his face, says that Nathan flew away, so Mohinder urgently tells Danko that he can't do anything to help Daphne, who's dying, there. Danko, however, says he doesn't want him to help her, and instead of possibly catching on and starting with the smashing, Mohinder asks why he brought him there. Danko: "I figured it'd be a whole lot easier than carrying you!" Of course, some goon appears and injects Mohinder with a charge, knocking him out, and I don't know if Mohinder got his scientist credentials via a mail-in offer or what, but the guy is dumb. Danko has the guy hook Mohinder up, and also asks that he make up a bed for Tracy...
...who's in her room, looking at a chyron of "Chapter Seven" that's appeared over the heaters. We then cut to a side view of the title, which Tracy gets rid of by blowing her icy breath over it. Ordinarily I'd think this scene a bit of a waste, but it's a lot more fitting given that the title is "Cold Snap." Title card.
Bennet joins Danko in the Armed And Comatose room, and Danko tells him that with the "recent management changes," the two of them need to get along, so he's got a present for him -- Doyle. I bet Sylar's going to throw one of his trademark hissyfits when he finds out his new crush is a re-gifter. Danko doesn't admit to that, however, simply saying he's "smarter than the average bear" when Bennet asks him how he caught Doyle, and with that line and his diminutive stature I cannot believe Bennet didn't pick up the thread and call him "Boo-Boo." Bennet suggests, in order to reciprocate, that he deliver Rebel to Danko -- only he thinks, given Rebel's recent interest in Tracy, that they should let Tracy go and see if she leads them to him. Danko's reluctant at first, but Bennet prevails on him by promising that he'll kill Tracy if the endeavor doesn't work. Danko doesn't say "Your funeral," but I wouldn't be surprised if he were thinking it.
Oh, Lord, Hiro and Ando both are actually under the impression that their Matt has been turned into the infant in front of them, like, I know you guys must be jet-lagged but this is still pretty ridiculous even for you. The faces the baby makes are hilarious, though, and then Ando comes up with the bright idea that maybe it's Matt's kid, not Matt himself, although he does wonder if Matt's even aware he has a son. However, Hiro thinks, for no reason whatsoever, that they're supposed to save the elder Matt. Ando's like, Rebel gave us this address, so why are you being an idiot other than the obvious, but he then realizes that Hiro is afraid of the baby, who keeps playing around with the TV. Hiro tries to deny that, but he's extremely unconvincing even to a non-Japanese speaker, so Ando does what any character worth watching would do, which is give Hiro shit: "Is it because of their little baby razor-like fingernails?" Heh. Hiro tries to say that Heroes change the world, "not diapers," and I'm glad for his sake his own parents didn't share that opinion, and he then gets annoyed with Matt Jr.'s flipping the TV on and off and unplugs it, which is one of the few things that could get you summarily ejected from my home. Matt Jr., however, is unfazed, because moments later, the TV clicks on again, and Ando goes wide-eyed: "The baby has a power." No, he has THE power, but close enough, and Hiro finally catches up as well: "They're coming for Matt Parkman's baby."