* Previously: Elle!
* Somewhere in Africa...
* Hiro needs to go back, to defeat these villains, but won't.
* "What could be worse than the end of the world?!" -Ando
* "Your father was deeply flawed in ways you'll never know." -Angela
* Peter can still dream?
* Huh. What does Arthur want?
* Hee, grounded.
* "What's with the lights?" -Claire
* "Hey cheerleader." -Elle, out of control
* Bucket of water! Go Lyle.
Mohinder: Everyone thinks your dead.
Arthur: That was the idea.
Mohinder: What could possibly drive a father to put his children through such grief?
Arthur: Have you met their mother?
* And, he pulls Maya's power.
* Fix the formula?
* "If you don't want to be here, leave." -Arthur
* "I'll need test subjects." -Mohinder
* "Peter needs your help." -Angela, in Gabriel's dream
* "Now stop feeling sorry for yourself and get out of this cell. ...Oh, Gabriel. You don't know half of what you're capable of. Show them. Show them all why you're my favorite. Make mommy proud."
* (I love Angela.)
* Heh, Pinehearst tried to recruit Elle.
* "My loyalty for his safety, that was the arrangement!" -Maury
* Peter as a test subject? That's... not a good idea.
* "Hello, Mohinder." -Sylar
* Arthur was waiting for him!
* "I told you not to touch anything." -Mr. Bennet
* Clothesline! Superpunch. (Luckily, it's not real.)
* "I'm a cop. Stopping a guy like Knox is what I do." -Matt
* He's actually a perfect candidate for Primatech.
* And, now Arthur is manipulating Gabriel. Nice.
* Building a nest, laying eggs, who knows.
* And, Claire calls Nathan.
* "I would expect nothing less from a Petrelli. Revenge is in our blood." -Arthur
* And, Daphne's working Matt. Because he can't read minds or anything.
* "If we don't do something to stop him, he's going to kill us all." -Peter
* And, a spirit walk for Hiro. To learn his enemies' weaknesses.
I love, love how we have no idea which Company is right, and everyone has their own agenda, and will manipulate anyone they need to.
And let me save you a couple minutes on the Googles: "Horace's maxim 'Eram quod es; eris quod sum,' was taken over on early generations of New England gravestones. It may be translated, 'I was what you are; you will be what I am.'" [source]