Parkman home. Sylar spouts knowledge about Matty that he got from Parkman's brain, and tells Janice he knows stuff because he and Parkman have been through so much together: addiction counseling and demon-facing. Matt says he's going to show "Gabe" the basement, and the guys excuse themselves. In the basement, Sylar looks around as if there's anything in the empty room he's walking around in. Then he tells Matt he had to come here to remember what it feels like to be in his head, since he's actually found a way to be a husband and a father with his ability, so he's even stronger than Sylar. Matt laughs when Sylar asks him to go inside his head again, but Sylar says he can't live with his powers anymore and he needs Parkman to take them away. Parkman can't believe what Sylar's asking and asks how. Sylar doesn't care if he creates a mental block or represses them, or whatever. He just wants to be normal. Parkman says he passed that about fifty murders ago, and what makes Sylar think Parkman would risk going in his head again. Sylar: "Janice. And the kid." He says he does want to change, but he's insane and will do whatever he has to do. Parkman agrees to try, but only if Sylar lets Janice go. He agrees and then there's a weird, long scene where Sylar stares, looks like he just realized something, and then walks slowly up the stairs after Parkman. I actually can't figure out what that scene means, if anything. I'll go with nothing.
Angela's apartment. Peter's there to find out what's wrong (apparently she couldn't tell him via telephone?). She says it's Nathan. Or, more accurately, his headstone. She doesn't know what to say. Peter holds her hand and says he knows. She says she just needed to see Peter to be sure he's okay. They talk about her vision of Emma, and Peter says he saw it too, and he thinks Sylar was actually trying to help Emma. Mama Petrelli tells Peter to remember that one isolated act doesn't make Sylar Emma's savior. She puts up a picture of Nathan, and Peter tells her he needs her help finding Sylar, since he knows she knows where he is. Uh, what? How? She says, "Sylar's never been far from my thoughts." Again ... huh? If she knows because of her power, wouldn't Peter know, since he borrowed the power? She says she knows where he is, but she begs him not to go, since Sylar killed Nathan and has tried to kill basically everyone ever. Peter says Sylar can save Emma and others, and Nathan would never turn his back on them, so Peter won't either. What's with making Nathan the hero of the story? Peter's always been the more heroic brother, and I think we all know that.