Nighttime. Bennet's eating at the same sushi place where Angela and Sylar-as-Nathan ate earlier when Tracy walks up and sits down next to him. He says he was thinking he'd be the one who got away, and she's like, "No. You're just number five." He says that used to be his lucky number and wonders if it still is. She hasn't decided yet, though she will drink his sake. He says he saw her break into a thousand pieces, so she explains (for all of us, I presume, since she hates him) that she felt herself shatter and melt, at which point all of the pieces floated back together with one cohesive thought: to kill all of Danko's crew. She says all she is now is a killer, but Bennet says he can help her get her life back. She wonders why he would do this for her, and he says, "Twenty years of bagging and tagging, and I never helped a single one of you." Uh, what? You took one in and loved her as your daughter, and you've saved numerous others. Selective memory, much? He says that maybe they're both working for redemption. Tracy's teary about it, though not ready to work with him yet. She bets he wishes it was that easy. And, yeah, I think he sort of does.
Bennet meets with Danko in some dark office space. Danko wonders if Bennet changed his mind about Tracy. But Bennet's here to convince Danko to let this thing with Tracy go himself. Danko's not having it. He's going to kill her, even if that means sucking her up in a Wet Vac. Bennet gives Danko an envelope, which he says is a chance to start over. He says not being interested is not acceptable, because he's going to get what he wants. We pan back to see the Haitian behind Danko. Awesome. I love Bennet and the Haitian, especially together, so this might be the highlight of the episode. The Haitian does his brain-suck thing.
Nathan looks thoughtful and confused. No, really, that's the whole scene. Peter's phone is ringing, but he ignores it. It's Nathan, who really wants to talk to his little brother. He's left him three messages and really needs to talk to him. He says something's happening to him, and he thinks Peter might understand. He asks him to please just call. Then Nathan leans against his desk and we see the cup he moved earlier. Peter tacks up an article about the woman and twins he saved on a wall covered in articles about people being saved. He's like the opposite of a serial killer, if that's possible. A sociopathic saver of some kind. Why are they doing this to Peter, who I somehow usually like but am going to hate if he keeps holing himself up like a spoiled brat who didn't get his way?