In Haiti, Samedi is on the way to do something unspeakable to the woman from before when The Haitian clocks him in the head with a rifle butt from behind. The woman worries aloud about her sister, but The Haitian assures her they'll save her, and tells her to run. Once she's gone, they turn to Samedi, who's recovered enough to note that they made him bleed. He asks his brother if he's going to kill him, as it's the only way to stop him. Peter's like, "Yeah, I couldn't even do that right." The Haitian takes a long moment before viciously hitting his brother in the face with his gun, knocking him out, and Peter takes the opportunity to tie him up before running off to hug his own brother for like ten minutes straight.
Hiro's reading and babbling about his past exploits when Matt comes in, saying he thought they were going to figure out why their powers aren't working, even though THEY CAME UP WITH THAT PLAN AFTER HE LEFT THEM IN THE CORNFIELD. My God, forget about Season One, but what does it say when the show can't keep continuity within a two-parter? Anyway, Matt has the temerity to refer to Seth and Breckin as "bozos," and Breckin ignores him, as he should, in favor of advancing the idea that everyone's powers might return after the eclipse is over, like, YOU DON'T SAY. I mean, he should be made immediate King of the World for being the only one on the show to figure that out. Anyway, Matt flips forward in the most recent edition, like HIRO AND ANDO SHOULD HAVE DONE ALREADY, and finds a picture of Daphne running and the sun being out, so he heads back to her house. Whatever, except for the part where Breckin excitedly says that was Matt Parkman, and Seth scoffs, "Yeah, I'm Matt Parkman." It's all in the delivery, trust me. But it's right back to "whatever" territory, as Ando excitedly says that Hiro will get his powers back, and then they'll figure out how to restore his memory, but Hiro pouts that he doesn't want to grow up, and runs and locks himself in the bathroom. At least that means we won't have to see the pee-pee dance again. Ando looks at the comics and sees some of the death Hiro's wrought, although I have my doubts whether any of that actually happened, just on general principles.
Nathan tells the other sister that he knows she can't understand, but someone like him with power and influence should have been looking out for people like her. Well, she certainly isn't going to understand if you speak to her in English, dude. Should have paid more attention in French 105. He tells her he's sorry, and while the sentiment seems genuine enough it still feels kind of shoehorned in, especially given that Nathan's going to use it to justify his silly position to Peter later in the episode. Peter and The Haitian then come in and free the two of them, but outside, Peter tells them all to run while he holds the troops off. Nathan's obviously resistant to the idea, but Peter tells him he's the important one. "I'm expendable." It's less fun when he says it. Nathan and the other two take off, and as Peter shoulders his rifle he thinks, "It should have been a little harder to convince him, no?"