"Sorry!" she trills. "I still have your dad's keys!" Well, that's interesting. Seeing as just the other day you were talking about how you knocked and knocked but Papa Suresh was nowhere to be found. Why, if you had his keys, didn't you just, I don't know, OPEN THE DAMN DOOR? See, I don't think this is a character issue or even a bad acting issue; it's a sloppy writing issue. No, I don't think I could necessarily do better, but I do think that, if I were around, the Angel of Continuity wouldn't be over in the corner guzzling martinis and eyeballing the PAs. Get it together, dudes! You have a rockin' show here! Don't let it start sucking because someone had too many bong hits for breakfast!
Mohinder apologizes for the gun, and Pixie says she made a year's supply of macaroni and cheese for him. She comes over and plops down on the corner of his desk and tells him he looks like hell. "When's the last time you slept?" Mohinder just says he has a lot of work to do. Pixie rather clunkily asks about that program his father created and didn't he crack some code? Yeah, that wasn't too obvious or anything. Mohinder says that he thought the code had been cracked, but the algorithm is just gibberish. Pixie's turning on the flirt pretty hard, but Mohinder's not biting. He's too concerned that BGM has followed Mohinder all over the damn world to get this thing that's essentially nothing. Pixie wonders why Papa Suresh would build something that was nothing. "It was always this way with my father," says Mohinder. "Every question met with another question." Wow. Did Papa Suresh write for Lost?
Pixie asks about the map. Mohinder says that the map is nothing unless he can decipher the principle behind it. If he could find only one of the people on the map, it would validate everything Papa Suresh believed. But he can't. Pixie tells him that his father had a lot of faith in him, but Mohinder's pissed that his dad wasted years of his life on this fruitless pursuit and now he's doing the same. We get a glimpse of the code on the computer and once again we see that bizarre DNA-type shadow within it. Mohinder picks up the computer and flings it into the next room. Pixie runs after it and bizarrely finds some book somehow released from the casing. I... have no idea. It's seriously as thick as a small address book. How it got stuck into a laptop... yeah. Clearly, I need more alcohol. So, Mohinder opens the book and finds all kinds of notes scrawled within it. There are also tiny baggies of what look like blood samples stapled to pages. Mohinder turns one of the pages and sees an address for Sylar in Queens. He also finds a key taped to the back cover. Pixie (who, according to the captions, is actually named "Eden," but I don't care because she'll either turn out to be evil or stupid, so I'm not going to bother calling her by her real name) asks what it is. Oh, so she IS stupid. It's a key, dummy! You had a bunch of 'em in your hand not five minutes ago! Mohinder just says it's another question, and we head off to check on Sean/Matt.