Up in Caitlin's loft, Peter is putting the finishing touches on his painting. His eyes clear up and he backs away. He asks what happened; Caitlin has no idea. Peter doesn't remember painting at all, and Caitlin tells him that his eyes went dead and he just started furiously painting and couldn't be stopped. They look at the painting, which shows a male and a female standing in front of a door with the "S" symbol above it and a large church in the background. Caitlin asks if they're the couple, but Peter doesn't know. Peter observes that the street signs are in French, and they say that the building is on the corner of Boulevard Saint-Laurent and Rue Saint-Jogue. I think. That second sign might say something else. It's hard to read. Or Peter's a really bad speller when his eyes are covered with white film. Caitlin thinks it could be Montreal, due to the fact that Peter already has a plane ticket for that destination.
Her phone rings, and she gets the news that Ricky's dead. Cut to the pub. Caitlin and Peter run in, doused with rain, and Caitlin starts screaming and crying. Ricky's body is burnt to a crisp. Peter holds Caitlin back as she cries and keens. He tells her that this was all his fault because "they" were looking for him. She hits at him and finally breaks down, and he holds her and says that he's going to find "them" and that he can't hide anymore.
Next on Heroes: Caitlin and Peter go to Montreal, The Company wants to experiment on people, Bennet is up to no good, and Hiro probably makes yet another annoying appearance. Shut up, Hiro.