At Chez 3M, Mohinder has just finished tucking Molly in. Outside her room, Matt tells Mohinder he's sorry. "You didn't know," Mohinder says. But that's not what Matt meant -- he means he's sorry, but Molly has to find his father. Mohinder shoots that right down and starts to walk away. Matt waves the photo in his face, pointing out all the dead people in it. He says he has to find out if his dad is also dead, or the next victim, or the killer. I have a theory. Mohinder points out Tobby, saying he only knows him as Bob, and offers to take Matt to him. Matt agrees -- after they find his dad. Mo objects to making Molly face her worst nightmare. Matt argues that maybe that's what Molly actually needs. Mo thinks that's just a lame cover for Matt's daddy issues coming to the fore. But before they can get too far into what I'm sure is an old "who's your daddy" debate between these two, which they would quickly resolve so they could get to the makeup sex, Molly comes out of her room and offers to find Matt's dad for him. Matt goes to her and hugs her gratefully.
At Burger Bonanza, there's nobody there but Monica and her manager. He decides to close up early for the night, and has her lock the front door while he gets the back. Monica takes the keys and is about to comply, but before she can lock the door, a shady-looking guy outside sticks his head in and says he's hungry. Rather than letting him in, Monica listens to the alarm bells in her head and says the boss is making her close early. So the guy forces his way in, yelling that he's hungry, and also, he'd like whatever's in the cash register. Which seems kind of bold of him, but then he's got a handgun that he's waving around that effectively backs up his position. He makes her sit down at one of the tables as he proceeds to the register. Monica sits there, wide-eyed, staring out the front window into the night, as the sound of a helicopter is heard on the soundtrack. And then she gets up, runs toward the support pole next to where the robber is looting the register, and grabs onto it to swing her body around in a flawless 619 wrestling move that sends the robber crashing through a glass divider. I'm going to have to make my own instant replay on that. Here it comes...yeah! The robber gets up and flees, just as the manager returns. "Did you just see...?" Monica asks her boss, who nods uselessly behind her. "Where'd you learn that?" he asks her. "On TV," Monica says wonderingly. You know, I'm sure there are a lot of caveats and conditions and limitations, but for now? Best. Superpower. Ever!