Carnival. Emma's arrived and is looking around, urgently. Doyle greets her and tells her Samuel needs her help. He leads her to him, and he greets her with, "Finally. There's a doctor in the house." He tells Emma they were attacked by people who don't understand them; people who fear them. He says what matters is that she's here, because she's not just going to heal him: She's going to help them make a new world for themselves. He says they'll show "them" how great "we" can be. She looks at him seriously, though I can't tell if it's disapproving or not.
Peter's still banging on Parkman's door. When he answers, he apologizes for taking so long; he was just working downstairs. They shake hands as they greet, and Peter takes his power and says, "Sylar is here." Then Parkman uses the power to realize Peter wants to take him. He chases after him: "You can't just take him." Obviously, Parkman. You can only take Sylar if you want to bury him behind a brick wall. That's how it works. I have a powers question for people who understand this show better than I do: Why do people now have to touch to do things they used to just do? For example, Peter touches people to borrow their powers now, but he used to just borrow anyone's power he was close to. And Parkman had to touch Sylar's head to do his brain-melting mojo, where he used to just look sideways and squint (or whatever). Peter tells Parkman that Sylar has to save people from dying. Peter sees what Matt's building in the basement, and is like, "What the hell did you do?" But wouldn't he know since he was reading Matt's thoughts? Since he knew where he was and all? Peter says he has to bring Sylar back and walks toward him. Matt tries to stop him, telling him he'll get trapped inside the nightmare too, but Peter approaches and touches Sylar's head. Then Peter's alone in the pretty, well-lit streets of New York. There's no one else there, making me wonder how this was filmed. Peter walks around, calling for Matt or anyone. But he's all alone, just like Sylar. Get it?