Odessa. Claire meets up with the Haitian Sensation, and he's pissed off that she keeps contacting him because it could get them both in trouble. He asks if Bennett's becoming suspicious of her, but she says he isn't, and that's kind of the problem. Everything she says to him is a lie, and it's breaking her heart. She needs to know that one thing in her life is real. She asks him if he knows who her real parents are. He says that he knows nothing of her father, but her mother died in an explosion in Texas fourteen years ago. Claire's crushed. "This is the last conversation we have about this," he says gently. "Now you need to go back home and forget about your real parents." He walks off, leaving her alone beneath the Suicide Tower.
Bennett Family Manse. Bennett enters, and his wife babbles at him about Mr. Muggles's grooming or something, and he just asks where Claire is because he's not obsessed with his daughter, no, not at all. Mrs. Bennett says Claire's at the library getting books for the manatee project. She notices that Bennett's in a deep blue funk and asks if he's still worried about Claire. He says that Claire's had a rough couple of weeks, and Mrs. Bennett says that, aside from some memory loss (hee!), their daughter's doing "just peachy." She says that it's Lyle they should be worried about. "That boy has been so absent-minded lately," she says, carrying the dog out of the room. Heh. Bennett just raises an eyebrow at her retreating back. His phone rings. It's Henchdoctor. He says that he did everything that he could, but he couldn't save Sylar. The man's dead. "Well, that's less than ideal," Bennett says coldly. He tells Henchdoctor to get the body ready for shipping and that he'll be in later. In Sylar's cell, the Henchdoctor starts to undo the restraining straps. When he's not looking, Sylar's eyes pop right open. He's alive! Alive! And shirtless!