Matt pulls him aside and tells him what happened to Molly; Nathan's intrigued, if a bit puzzled. Matt thinks his father is not only connected to the ElderHeroes and their deaths/attacks, but is also possibly very dangerous. Nathan seriously tells Matt that he has to do this and really wants to come along. Matt hesitates, but then agrees to let him. "We'll probably get there faster," says Matt. "You know, since you can...you know." And he makes this hilarious gesture with his head toward the sky and Nathan just disgustedly goes, "I'm not a cargo jet, Parkman." And Matt goes, "Oh, please," and walks off. Nathan just shrugs and looks down at the floor and then shuffles after his new buddy. Hee. I love The Pasdar.
Bloody Brigadoon Pub. Ricky enters with a grungy-looking guy and sees Peter and Caitlin still making out in the back. He says that he needs to talk to Peter right now. Peter comes forward and Caitlin stays in the back, and the grungy guy tells Peter about Elle and how she's looking for him. The grungy guy leaves and Ricky tells Peter that he'll help him out of this situation. But Peter thinks it's his problem. Ricky begs to differ, seeing as how Peter licking the roof of his sister's mouth makes Peter's problems Ricky's problems. Ricky tells Peter that Caitlin has a flat up the hill, and that Peter should go there until the coast clears. Peter doesn't want to, but Ricky convinces him that, for his sister's sake, he has to get out of sight and take Caitlin with him.
New Orleans. Monica's out by the restaurant's dumpsters, contemplating her superpowers. Her co-worker comes out and asks her what the hell is going on with the whole flying-karate-kick thing. Monica says that she's not sure what happened and nothing makes any sense and she thinks she learned how to do the kicking thing from television. She tries to explain to her friend that her body seems to be doing things before she even knows it. She comes close to revealing her superpowers, but falls back on saying that she's not amounting to much, seeing as she was supposed to be the first person from her family to go to college and now look at her -- she's working at a burger joint and getting nowhere fast. She finally just decides to leave and go home to get some rest.