Peter Petrelli’s attempt to fly brings him in for a rough landing in the hospital. When Peter remembers that his brother Nathan flew, Nathan quickly “corrects” the story, fearing the impact on his Congressional campaign. Mohinder Suresh, who’s had an unnerving encounter with an American he spotted in his father’s home in India, is becoming paranoid; he’s convinced that his father not only proved the existence of humans who had evolved into beings with what most people would call “super powers,” but was actually tracking many such individuals. His fears that he is being followed, and that his father’s research is being sought by a shady organization with seemingly limitless resources, turn out to be entirely accurate. Elsewhere in New York, Hiro – having just teleported himself from Tokyo – finds a comic book depicting his arrival and decides to track down its artist, Isaac Mendez, only to find him dead with his head sliced open and his brain removed. A similar murder occurs across the country in Los Angeles, and LAPD officer Matt Parkman – assigned to direct traffic at the scene – hears a voice in his head that leads him to a missing little girl, but that raises suspicions among his fellow officers and leads to his arrest. One name links that crime scene, a threatening conversation recorded on Suresh’s father’s answering machine: Sylar. During Hiro’s questioning for Mendez’ murder, he witnesses something horrible and realizes that he has glimpsed the same future that Mendez saw: the destruction of New York City.
Guest Cast: Clea Duvall (Audrey Hanson), Nora Zehetner (Eden McCain), Cristine Rose (Angela Petrelli), Stacy Haiduk (FBI Agent), James Kyson Lee (Ando Masahashi), Richard Steinmetz (Detective), Matt Lanter (Brody Mitchum), Danielle Savre (Jackie Wilcox), Thomas Dekker (Zach), Deirdre Quinn (Tina)
LogBook entry by Earl Green