He thanks everyone for their support and says he's sorry Peter couldn't be there. While he talks about his brother, we see Peter and Claire running back to their rental car and looking at each other with fear in their eyes. Nathan says that his father used to tell him that we have a responsibility to use what God gave us and to help people and make a difference. We see Hiro run out of the Ancient Samurai Sword Repair Shop in search of Ando. Nathan says his father always made the hard choices for the greater good. Nathan says he believes in this too and that our children deserve that. We see Micah staring out the window while Candice drops her face into a bag of potato chips in the background.
Nathan goes on to say that children should have a future where they don't have to face their fears alone. We see Ando, setting off to kill Sylar, with nothing but a sword and The Last Comic. Nathan challenges everyone in the room to inspire by example. We see Ted being zipped into a body bag as Audrey watches with a grim expression. "The world is sick," says Nathan, "and spinning out of control. But we can help. With our help, it can heal. With our love, with our compassion, and with our strength, we can heal it." We see Niki holding a passed-out D.L. as she cries. Nathan wants us to put aside our differences. Mohinder and Bennet want to continue point guns in various directions around Molly's room. Nathan says we should embrace our common goals and "do it" for our children. Clearly, Molly is not included in those "children." "Let's show them all exactly what we're capable of," says Nathan, finishing his speech. Balloons and confetti rain down on them as everyone smiles at the brightness of their future.
Cut to Sylar, who's standing on the edge of a rooftop, playing with fire. He has it under control as he opens one hand and then another, watching the soft orange glow envelope his skin. He looks out over the city and gets an evil glint in his eyes.
"Boom," is all he says.
And it's enough.
Next on Heroes: It's the end, people. It's the end.