Chennai, India. Snore. I loves me some quality time with Sendhil Ramamurthy, but DAMN Mohinder's storylines are boring as hell. I mean, really. Like, I could nap my way through them and not miss anything. Mohinder's wandering through a market, talking to the Furry Man from the first episode of the season. Mohinder's thinking the dreams he's been having are something he needs to take seriously and that the boy in his dreams must be real. Especially since he found a picture of the kid in his father's Secret Locked Drawer of Potential Kiddie Porn. Furry Man's all, whatever, dude. Just take some Nyquil and call it a day, okay? Mohinder says that the boy in the picture is one of the Heroes and that he can enter people's dreams. Furry Man tries to pass the whole thing off as a blip in Mohinder's subconscious, but Mohinder's not having any of it. He wants to find the boy.
Isaac's Studio. Peter's walking toward Simone all, hey, what the hell's so important you called me to meet you here? Also? Milo V. is adorably bow-legged. I have a thing for bow-legged guys. It's why I like soccer players. That, and they always seem to take their shirts off. Of which I am a VERY big fan. Simone tells Peter about Nathan buying the painting from Linderman. Peter's all, uh, all I see here is a big canvas filled with black paint. The hell? Simone tells him about Nathan trying to save him from his own fate. Peter asks her to describe the painting to him. She's like, you seriously believe this shit? Peter's like, dude. You have no idea. If YOU had some strange Japanese guy show up in your subway car to tell you to save the cheerleader, you'd start believing this shit too.
Simone seems to make a decision. She turns to her bag and pulls out a picture of the painting. Um, where was that picture FIVE EPISODES AGO when Peter wanted it? It might have saved us the trouble of having Nathan buy it from Linderman (and why HE'D want it anyway is a total fucking mystery to me in the first place) just so he could spray it with black paint. This is a really stupid plot device, if you ask me. I know you didn't ask me, but I am TELLING YOU ANYWAY. Whatever. Simone says the digital image came with the painting, and we finally get to see it. It would appear to be Peter, dead, with all his limbs all twisted around, lying beneath a banner that says "Union Wells High School Homecoming." The clock beneath the banner reads 8:12.