Ancient Samurai Sword Camp. The boys are still battling each other. Hiro lands a killing blow to his father's neck. His father is proud and says he's come far in a short time. "Now that I can kill Sylar," says Hiro, "Ando will not die. He will be so relieved." Hee. They bow to each other and Hiro runs out to tell Ando that he's ready to face Sylar. Unfortunately, Ando had been sitting there for approximately nine weeks while Hiro trained with his father, so he got bored and left, telling the hairy guy from the front of the store that if Hiro wasn't going to go after Sylar, he damn well would. So Ando bought a sword and headed out. Hiro turns to his father and tells him that Ando went after Sylar. "Then Ando is going to die," says his father matter-of-factly. Hiro just stares off into the distance.
Meanwhile, Claire and Peter are trying to get the hell out of the city in their rental car, but the fact that there's an overturned truck on the street ahead of them is kind of hindering their ability to beat tracks out of town. They both get out of the car and run to the scene. At the scene, two cops ponder over the missing top half of Ted's head, wondering if that happened in the accident. "How else does something like that happen?" asks one of them. "You don't wanna know," says Audrey dryly as she passes behind them. Peter and Claire see Ted's corpse and know that not only did Sylar kill Ted, he now has Ted's power. This makes Peter realize that it's Sylar who blows up New York, not him. Claire says that Peter has to stop him, but Peter doesn't think he can because the last time he fought Sylar, he wound up dead. They leave.
Cut to Linderman in his office, ordering a helicopter to retrieve the Petrellis. D.L. and Jessica morph through the walls. "Boo!" says Jessica with a sneer. "Jessica?" says Linderman with a trace of panic in his voice. She walks right over to him and flings him up against the opposite wall as she asks where the hell Micah is. Linderman somehow maintains himself and says that they wouldn't even have Micah if it wasn't for him; he orchestrated their relationship, arranged their lives, he made them what they are. D.L. gets violent with him, asking if he thinks that just because he has money he thinks he's better than them. "Well, social Darwinism did play its part," says Linderman. "I believe destiny to be intrinsic." (Mentions of Destiny: 5) D.L. demands his son back and Linderman tells him he's on the forty-second floor. Jessica says she'll go look for their son while D.L. watches Linderman.