Fugly Scarf Land. Mohinder is just returning to the apartment. The Scarf of Fugly Colors is plotting out its plan of attack from a coat closet across the room. Mohinder looks at the lizard cage and wonders aloud what Eden fed Mohinder the Lizard. "They eat crickets," says Bennett from the shadows. "Lots of crickets." "You," says Mohinder, rather stupidly, if I do say so myself. Bennett appears to have a gun, so Mohinder asks if he's come to add him to The Dead List. Bennett's all, that really depends -- I'd like to talk about Eden. See, she worked for me and she was a good person. Mohinder's all, sure -- all spies are good people; they're just misunderstood! Bennett claims that Eden cared about Mohinder, maybe a bit too much. "She was... special," he says. "She had an ability?" asks Mohinder. "What was it?" The second question is acceptable. The first is not. Because OF COURSE she has an ability, you jackass. She's ON THE LIST. Lord.
Bennett just says that Eden used her ability wisely, unlike other people on The List. He says that not everyone who has special powers deserves them. Mohinder's like, uh, way to sit up on your high horse and judge, homie. He asks just who the hell Bennett is and Bennet just says that he made a mistake by not coming to Mohinder sooner. He thinks they need to help each other. Mohinder's like, dude? You've been spying on me for WEEKS. Fuck you and the horn-rimmed glasses you rode in on. Mohinder asks why on earth he would help Bennett and there's a pause. "You need me, don't you?" says Mohinder. "My father, he knew more than you do." "From what we could observe, yes," says Bennett. "Well, if you've been watching, then you know my father's formula doesn't work," says Mohinder.
Bennett doesn't give a crap about the formula -- he wants The List. "Who's on that list is of grave importance," says Bennett. "You've come for it?" asks Mohinder. "You want to find them?" "Why do you seem so worried?" asks Bennett calmly. "Are you on The List?" Mohinder doesn't answer. "You've no doubt realized that things can go terribly wrong with these abilities," Bennett continues. "If you work with me, we can control that." "If and when I do figure out this List," says Mohinder, "the first thing I'm going to do is warn these people. About you." He's framed rather weirdly from the point of view of the gun on the table, but I think the director was going for a kind of comic book angle, so I'll let it ride. It looks fuzzy and strange, but if it were illustrated, maybe it'd look cooler? I don't know.