Back at Peter's, Angela asks who's ready for pie and brings it and the knife to the table. Nathan puts a hand on hers as she reaches for the knife and asks if there's a problem. He says this is some family, since they don't look at him and see their family member; they see the person who killed him. Peter says, "Nathan," and Sylar-as-Nathan says, "Guess again." Angela wonders if Sylar's in there with him, and he tells Peter they shouldn't have gone to Texas. Then he starts electrocuting himself or something and flails around until he falls face-first to the ground. When he stands up, he's fully Sylar, who says it feels good to finally be him again. He puts a napkin in his shirt, bib-style, and breathes, "What's for dinner? I'm starved." Then he whips the other two chairs sideways with his mind, which won't make sense until after the commercials. And, at this point, the characters mannerisms are so comical I can't even bother to be worried.
Which is so unlike how I feel about Samuel, who we're back with as he cuts pumpkin pie and creepily tells everyone how special this meal is, since they all had a hand in it, just as they have in everything, including their shared destiny. He walks around the table and touches Lydia, who looks on the verge of tears, as he says tonight is special because the future is here and will be greater than Joseph ever imagined. Then he says he can't tell them yet -- not while there's a traitor in their midst. He goes on that the person who killed Joseph is at this table, and Edgar tells him to admit that he did it, since Hiro saw it. Samuel asks if that's what Hiro saw. Hiro apologizes to Edgar (for all to hear) that he has to think about Charlie, and says he didn't see that. Edgar stands up and yells, and Samuel calmly asks him why he's so angry. Is it because he killed Joseph? Edgar seethes, strengthening Samuel's case. Samuel says that Edgar betrayed them to the government, and when Joseph found out, he killed him. Edgar calls him a lying bastard, but Samuel's already picked up a rock with his mind. Hiro touches Edgar and freezes time, as Edgar's about to pull out his knives. He tells Edgar to run if he wants to live, because he can't kill Samuel while Charlie's still lost in time and space. He promises Edgar they'll defeat him someday, and Edgar runs away (at super-speed, of course) and then Hiro unfreezes it. Samuel says only someone who's guilty would run away. Or, you know, someone who has a loaded rock aimed at their face. Then he says "Good riddance," and Lydia looks scared and more than a little annoyed at Hiro.