Meanwhile, Matt's following Clea around, wondering just what in the hell he's signed up for. Clea says they need him to talk to Molly Walker, the little girl he helped save. Molly hasn't said a word since they brought her there after her parents were murdered right in front of her. "What makes you think she's going to talk to me?" asks Matt. "Well, if you're really a mind-reader, she won't need to," quips Clea. He asks her who Sylar is and what he's doing and Clea tells him that they've pieced a trail across a dozen states: all people impaled by household objects, all without any traceable sign of physical contact. "But only some of them involve any mutilation of the head and neck," she says, "so they don't see the connections." Matt surmises that Clea thinks it's all Sylar. She thinks it's going to get a lot worse if someone doesn't go after him.
Don't worry. Someone's already going after him. It's Mohinder and Pixie and they're in Queens, knocking on Sylar's door. Mohinder tries the key he found in the back of the little book, but it doesn't work. Pixie thinks they should leave. I think Pixie doesn't want Mohinder to see the inside of Sylar's apartment. Mohinder breaks in rather easily and we see that Sylar is a bit of a neat freak. Okay, that's putting it mildly. I'm a neat freak (you should see the crease in my sheets!); Sylar is... an obsessive-compulsive sociopath maniac who probably alphabetizes his underwear. Mohinder takes digital pictures of everything as they explore the territory.
Sylar has a copy of Papa Suresh's book, of course, as well as many other books probably dealing with genetics, mutations, and good god! What in the HELL is in that book Pixie's looking at? It looks like a head peeled open to reveal a brain! Gahhhh! Pixie doesn't seem at all phased by it. Mohinder's elbow knocks into a mirrored door, revealing a hidden passage to John Doe's apartment in Se7en. He makes his way through a hallway that appears to have specimen jars lining it. As he turns the corner, he sees a map just like his father's on the wall, only with lots more strings and a ton of pictures of actual people. Mohinder takes dozens of pictures. "That map," breathes Pixie, pretending to be stupid, "those strings, it's exactly like your fathers!" "Not exactly," says Mohinder. "This map has more of them. Dozens more." Pixie steps up and points out a picture of Nathan on the map. Looks like Sylar was on the right track. "His life may be in danger," says Mohinder. Ya think? Pixie begs Mohinder to leave, but he's not ready yet. He opens some black vinyl curtains and reveals what I think is a bathroom. Only, instead of tiles, a shower curtain, and some toiletries, there's a dim light bulb and walls scrawled with "Forgive me" and "I have sinned" and "Sinner." "Dear god," says Mohinder. "What was my father involved with?"