Peter's watching Sylar-as-Nathan sleep when someone knocks at his apartment door. When he gets up to answer the door, we get a chyron that's almost as cool as those of old. "Chapter Ten" is written on the glass of the French doors he walks through, and then on the wall past them, he passes the word "Thanksgiving." (Not to repeat myself, but as I said in the Dexter recap, it's weird when shows such as these have Thanksgiving episodes.) It's Mama Petrelli at the door, with some henchmen to set up Thanksgiving dinner. She asks Peter where his brother is, and he says, "Good question," then tells her they need to talk. She brushes it off, all "Blah, blah, blah, family, Thanksgiving." She tells Peter to stir some milk into something, which is how Nathan likes it. Her henchmen leave, and Peter tells her they went to the storage unit and saw Nathan's dead body. Angela immediately knows it was the Haitian who told Peter, but she pretends it's a shape shifter in that box, who had to be stopped. Peter says Parkman also told them, but she says Parkman's unbalanced and suicidal. Peter's like, "You would be, too, with a Sylar in your head. Ask Nathan." Only he doesn't really say that. He asks if his brother's really dead, which is Nathan's cue to enter and tell her to answer. She won't answer, though, just more with the Thanksgiving and family nonsense. When Nathan gets slightly threatening, she tells him they will sit down and eat dinner like a family, or she'll leave and they'll never hear from her again. Then we get a close-up of Nathan as he briefly shifts into Sylar. Title card.
Episode Report CardDeAnn Welker: B+ | 831 USERS: B-
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