Peter gets up and goes to take his pills and says that he's been there two months and still doesn't know anything about her. He thought there was more to her than her sadistic lightning fetish. "I liked you better when you just laid there," she says. Amen, sister. She takes his hand as he asks her what her story is. She says nothing. "What are you, afraid?" he asks. Then it hits him. "No. You just like to be in control. I get it. I figured as much. Sorry I asked. Won't happen again." He hands her his water cup and turns away. She senses that he's washed his hands of her, so she turns around at the door and says that she accidentally set her grandmother's house on fire when she was six and caused a blackout in four counties in Ohio when she was eight. She spent her ninth birthday in a glass room with an IV of lithium in her arm. That sounds like an awesome birthday, actually -- I might do that for my fortieth.
"I've lived in this building for sixteen years," she says, moving back over to him. "Ever since the psychiatrists diagnosed me as a sociopath with paranoid delusions. But...they were just out to get me because I threatened to kill 'em. I'm twenty-four years old and I've never been on a date. Never been on a roller coaster. Never been swimming. And now you know everything there is to know about me. I don't have the luxury of being any more interesting than that." She walks to the door and spins on her heel. "Later alligator!" Oh, she's batshit crazy. That's awesome. After she leaves, Adam warns Peter to keep his distance from her. "I caved in a desperate moment six years ago and I'm still paying the price." Heh. I bet. It's probably a good thing that he can regenerate ALL of his body parts, is all I'm saying.
Peter says that all he wants from her are the drugs. Adam remembers that Peter still actually BELIEVES that The Company is telling him the truth about this whole cure thing. "What do you mean?" asks Peter. "They've been days away from perfecting it since I got here thirty years ago," says Adam. "[Tobby's] not trying to fix you, Peter." Peter disagrees, saying that they created this facility to help the Heroes. Adam's like, dude. You're not in a facility. You're in a prison. I mean, really, Peter. It's not like you're in a four-star hotel with room service and hookers on speed dial. You're wearing gray clothes, your shoes don't have laces with which you can hang yourself, and your TOILET is in the SAME ROOM AS YOUR BED. What about that doesn't scream "prison" to you? Adam tells Peter to try and leave if he's so sure it's NOT a prison. Peter considers this.
Hospital for Heroes. Ma Petrelli enters Nathan's room and sees that his wife Heidi is there, looking extremely worried. She apologizes and leaves, but Heidi runs after her. Once out in the hallway, Heidi tells Angela that Nathan told her the truth about everything; the flying, the car crash, the bomb, all of it. Heidi thinks it's the pain medication, but she has a look on her face that suggests she's thinking it might actually be true. Angela steps forward and puts her hand on Heidi's arm and starts spewing all that crap about delusions of grandeur and paranoia like she did back when Peter was yammering on and on about being able to fly. It's pretty clear that as Angela continues to touch Heidi, Heidi is somehow being brainwashed or something. This convinces me that Angela's power is like mind control, and that she has to be touching the person in order make the suggestions come to fruition. Remember how she used to touch Nathan and Peter all the time and how weird I found it? This explains EVERYTHING. Angela touches Heidi's hair and arm and asks her to keep Nathan's condition a secret. Heidi nods her head in silent assertion.