Mohinder knocks on Maya's door and calls in to her, and she actually sounds like she's going to answer, but he balks when he suddenly takes note of the scales that have reappeared on his hand, like, he couldn't FEEL THEM? My God. Anyway, he bails in advance of her opening the door and finding the Post-It with her address on it, and that's it for Maya. Even the old regulars on House must be jealous of how little Dania Ramirez has to do for a paycheck.
Hiro's still in the fucking bathroom, and Seth has just about had it with this nonsense, a sentiment Ando is all too willing to translate. Hiro calls in that Seth and Breckin never grew up, as they read comic books and eat junk food. Hiro, have you heard of Comic-Con? Check out the average age sometime. Seth looks at Breckin, and Breckin hilariously displays the candy bar on which he's currently munching. Seth then offers that if Hiro were Hiro -- "you're not, but if you were" -- he'd know that saving the world comes before everything else. Hiro points out, in more diplomatic language, that he sucks ass at being a Hero, which is the smartest thing I've heard anyone on this show say in quite some time, but Seth tells him that he gives people hope, and shows them that "even a lowly office drone" can do great things. Breckin amusedly points out that Seth said he didn't believe any of this, and Seth irritatedly avows his disbelief while adjusting his shirt to conceal the fact that his heart just grew three sizes. Hiro opens the door and thanks Seth, and then Breckin, who's engrossed in the very first 9th Wonders, calls their attention to an illustration that depicts Teenaged Claire and Adult Hiro surreptitiously watching Kaito give Baby Claire to Bennet, and what's more, in the drawing, Hiro's wearing the same clothes he is now. Of course, Hiro's wardrobe is generally about as variable as that of a Scooby-Doo character, so I'm not sure this signifies as much as Seth seems to think. Breckin, however, suggests that Hiro has to take Claire there to get his memory back, and since Hiro's memory loss thankfully has made him forget his stupid promise never to go back in time again, he gets the location of the Bennet house and pops out of there posthaste. Upon seeing this demonstration, Seth lights up: "Best. Day. Ever!" Well, he's a Buffy alum, so he gets a pass for that one.