Back at the car, Sylon-in-Parkman has stuffed a body in the trunk, when Parkman-Sylon tells him he was helping him. Sylon-in-Parkman agrees that he's helped him prove a point about the line he can cross that Parkman-Sylon cannot. He can do anything he wants, like killing people in cold blood. He says the world is his hostage; anybody, anytime. Which is not exactly true since he has no powers now, except Matt's, and he can't even use that power. So he's mostly just a regular-old murderer, rather than the superpowered kind. There's a whole to-do about Sylon-in-Parkman making Parkman-Sylon say he understands what Sylon-in-Parkman means, and then Parkman-Sylon looks helpless and seething at how smug Sylon-in-Parkman is now. I would love if we could kill off Parkman now while Sylon's inside him. It would be perfection. Because then the real Sylar could just learn who he can become and never be able to get himself back. So ... it's sort of a restart, but could be so in a good way.
Hospital. Emma's worried about Peter, who says he's fine. She helps him to a chair and then sits down next to him. He says he can't sit down, because too many people need help. But the power keeps draining out of him, then comes back, then drains out of him gain. She says maybe he shouldn't use it anymore. He's like, "And be ordinary?" Then he tells her he has to get back in there. But first he says they could use her help since he saw her with the suture earlier. He asks where she learned that, and she says "clown college," which is cute. His laugh at it is even cuter, but then he's like, "Seriously." She admits medical school, and says she dropped out. He looks hot and sad, a winning combination.