So, next time: Bennet quickly realizes that if they dig, they'll lose air, and that Samuel's plan must have been for her to watch him die. Yep, sounds like our Samuel. Speaking of, he rallies the carnies, telling them they've come to save everything. Emma plays, and looks puzzled when Sylar says he's there to save her (so, no suspense: They make it). Doyle tries to puppet him, but he pushes Doyle back with his mind. Doyle: "Please. You're one of us." Sylar: "No. I'm a hero." God, they love Sylar. It probably should end this way, so that the writers can have their insane Sylar happiness. He's the HERO, you guys. See? That's where they were always going with this. Of course. See you then.
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