The sun has almost completely reappeared, and moments after Sandra lifts the sheet to take a last look at her dearly departed daughter, the eclipse is over, and Claire awakens and heals. So the regeneration power includes reanimation as well? How are we ever going to get rid of these people? Sandra admirably controls her emotions enough to focus on what's important: "We gotta get you out of here."
Matt's back at Daphne's house, but the sun is fully out, and her father emerges with a leg brace in hand and the news that Daphne's gone. Matt then realizes his power is back, as he hears not only the dad's thoughts but Daphne's as well. The father thinks that if he'd done more, Daphne would have stayed, and Matt kindly tells him not to think that. I like Greg Grunberg too much to stay mad at Matt for long, although he sure asks for it sometimes. Matt shakes the man's hand and takes his leave...
...and in the cornfield, Daphne's thoughts are coming through more clearly, as she expresses regret for stealing the formula and blah, and no one thinks in this linear and conversational a manner, of course, except that when Matt comes upon Daphne, she's tending to a scarecrow, and explains that she's been coming to talk to "Ray" ever since she was thirteen. Matt tells her that she was trying to take something back from life after being dealt a shitty hand, and adds that, powers or no powers, they're all flawed. I'll certainly agree with that, probably far too heartily for his taste. He reiterates that she's a good person (ugh) but points out that she came back "to set something right" (her legs?) so she should "go do it, sweetie" (SPEEYACK). Daphne manages to superzip through the treacle back onto the porch, and when her dad emerges, she gives him a big hug, like, THAT'S IT? That's the extent of the healing of the rift between them? I've seen tougher conflict resolution on, like, Family Affair. Matt watches this reunion appreciatively. Shut up, Matt.
Back in Haiti, Peter stupidly hits a bunch of the soldiers head-on, and is lucky not to get shot before taking cover behind a truck. However, he quickly uses up the ammunition in the gun, and since he apparently DIDN'T THINK TO GRAB ANY MORE, his only option is surrender. I'm surprised they didn't shoot him anyway, given the nefariousness of this crew, but maybe Samedi ordered that his enemies be brought in alive if possible for his own amusement. Anyway, the soldiers warily move forward to take Peter, but suddenly The Haitian appears and incapacitates two of them with his power, while Nathan deals with another one and Peter takes advantage of the distraction to knock the lead guy out. I'm assuming that once Nathan and The Haitian realized their powers had returned, they decided to come back to help Peter, and Peter thanks Nathan for that. Samedi then appears and tells them in French that they should have stopped him when they had the chance, and after some more posturing, Nathan suddenly flies at Samedi, grabbing him and taking him for a quick ride before letting go and throwing him into a truck, collapsing the front end. Try explaining that one to the insurance company. Pretty cool, though. Samedi looks dead, but then with some crunching sounds, he sits upright, which... is not exactly how I thought his power worked. Impenetrable skin does not mean automatic healing of broken bones, no? And if the skin absorbed the impact, he shouldn't have seemed hurt at all. Anyway, Peter points his gun at Samedi and tells The Haitian to dampen Samedi's ability so he can shoot him, which I guess answers the question of whether The Haitian can turn on his power at will. The Haitian, however, prefers to deal with the situation himself, and as a suddenly worried Samedi begs him not to do this and opines that he must still love him, The Haitian grabs the top of his head and seems to suck out his life force. Whether that also gives him Samedi's power is yet to be determined, but for now The Haitian's apoplectic visage takes us into a commercial break.