Angela calls Bennet from a pay phone (it's so cute the way those still exist on TV) and tells him she's had a dream, and asks if he knows about what happened at a place called Coyote Sands. He's only heard rumors, because for twenty years everyone he's asked has told him the same thing -- he should never ask again. That's not really a "rumor" so much as an "invitation to fuck off," but if he's trying to say the place is shrouded in mystery, fine. Frankly, though, if he's even heard of the place, I'm surprised he didn't go out there with a shovel himself at some point. Anyway, Angela tells Bennet that she and Peter are headed there now, and she spoke with Nathan (not to be pedantic, but how, exactly?) and he and Claire are going to meet them, and she wants Bennet there as well. Bennet, however, has "a few loose ends" to tie up, but when he tells her about "Sylar," Angela urgently orders him to get out while he can. Without hanging up, Bennet pushes his way back into the makeshift morgue -- but there are no bodies within, as they've been taken to the crematorium. Bennet gets this totally bug-eyed look on his face at this news, like of all the things that have happened on this show, the fact that corpses around there are burned on a regular basis is just the CRAZIEST, and he runs off, ignoring Angela's repeated entreaties to leave well enough alone. I mean, seriously, Bennet, you're supposed to be smart. Not only do you have the chance to take your wife and reunite her with your daughter, but a PRECOG is telling you in no uncertain terms not to pursue your current course of action. Don't be an idiot! Run!
Mohinder shows up to his old apartment, having checked to make sure there are no agents keeping the place under surveillance, and I'd wonder how it hasn't been re-rented yet but I suppose it really hasn't been that long since it was vacated. Anyway, he uses his super-strength to push the lock right through the door, and then enters to find the place basically empty. The landlord then shows up, and there's some weak posturing between the two of them, but the point is that while Homeland Security took a bunch of Papa Suresh's papers, there are, conveniently, a bunch more down in the building's storage area. Well, if I were a government agent looking for important papers in a building that housed the premier expert on Heroes in the world, I wouldn't have checked the storage area either. That's just too obvious!
Hiro and Ando have been reduced to hitching, and the ensuing scene is absolutely pointless other than to give the actor Ken Choi some lines and to catch Hiro and Ando up to the rest of the class, which is a need that's all too common on this show. The point is, a truck pulls over, and Ken Choi is the genial driver with a Texas accent, who's all too happy to give them a ride until Baby Matt starts crying and turns off his truck, which finally clues Hiro and Ando in that Crying Baby=We're Not Going Anywhere. Kid, I know you're awfully young for me to ask you to act like an adult, but we don't need more subplots that go nowhere around here, so how about putting on a happy face?