As Charlie takes off with Hiro's and Ando's orders, we switch to the angle on the restaurant as seen by the mysterious Sylar in the corner; he's been watching Charlie with Hiro and Ando. Sylar opens his fingers, and the steaming cup of coffee at the edge of his table slides into his hand. Ooooo...ooh? Sylar has the power to accomplish meaningless tasks without moving his forearms? DAMN YOU, EVOLUTION!!!!!
Then there's a little static from the moment where instead of hitting the power button on my TV/VCR, I hit "record," and recorded over a tiny bit of the show, and then Mohinder, still at the funeral site, is sitting on some steps with fellow mourner Nirand, last seen in "Genesis." Mohinder is saying that India is where he belongs. Nirand is glad to hear him say that. Blah blah do you think I was a fool to go to America, blah you did what you had to, everyone in America's so lonely, I don't know what I accomplished there, blah blee bloo. When Mohinder finally stops talking for two seconds, he glances up to see a lovely woman sneaking a peek at him while chatting with some other mourners down by the water. Following Mohinder's gaze, Nirand suggests that there may be more waiting here for Mohinder than his professorship. And it may be waiting in that lady's sari. That's one hot tandoori chick! Anyway, the new semester starts at the university shortly, and Nirand hasn't cancelled any of his classes; Mohinder can even move into Chandra's old office. He'll just have to burn a lot of incense in there first to get rid of the old-man stink.