3.07 “Eris Quod Sum”

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Elle visits Canine Central, hoping Noah can explain why her ability’s gone haywire. She and Claire hop on a plane to go check out Pinehearst, and find Peter in the middle of getting TK’d out of a window and falling seven stories … although it seems that Sylar TK-cushioned the fall, and that this stunt was to get in Papa Petrelli’s good graces in order to betray him later. In other news, Mohinder joins Team Pinehearst, Daphne hooks up with Matt (although it looks like she’s double-crossing him), Hiro goes clairvoyant from Usutu’s goop, and — get ready for this, folks — Maya leaves.

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3.06 “Dying of the Light”

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Hiro fools Daphne and Knox into thinking he stabbed Ando, although it turns out he used a collapsible blade and some fake blood. Daphne assigns Hiro to bring in Usutu, invites Mohinder to join Team Pinehearst (right before Tracy goes cryo on his ass), and meets Matt, the last of which is all kinds of aww. Meanwhile, Doyle traps Meredith, Claire and Sandra and forces them to play Russian roulette until one of them gets shot. Finally, Papa Petrelli dusts Adam (literally), clambers out of bed and greets Peter with a hug that saps his son’s abilities right out of him.

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3.05 “Angels and Monsters”

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Claire captures a Level 5 inmate who creates vortexes, but decides not to bring him in after discovering he’s a decent guy. It turns out Noah planned to use the same guy to suck Sylar into oblivion, but the inmate sucks himself into his own vortex rather than going along with Noah’s plan. Meanwhile, Mohinder cocoons Maya, Meredith gets forced into dinner with a puppeteer, Hiro stabs Ando, and Angela reveals that Nathan wasn’t born with his ability. The last of which has a lot to do with Papa Petrelli, who’s behind both Maury creating illusions of Linderman and Pinehearst building a superpowered army.

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3.04 “I Am Become Death”

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Clairvoyant from Usutu’s mystery goop, Matt watches Present- and Future-Peter visit a future where superpowers are commonplace, where Peter’s a renegade and where Sylar’s a family man. Present-Peter absorbs Future-Sylar’s intuitive aptitude hoping it’ll help him avoid screwing up history, but Future-Claire, Knox and Daphne show up to apprehend Peter, killing Sylar’s son and provoking Sylar into nuking Costa Verde. We don’t find out if Sylar’s ability was worth that, but Present-Peter’s already warped enough to scalp Future-Nathan, so it doesn’t look good. In other news, Nathan rescues a suicidal Tracy, Hiro and Ando scuffle over a belt (I’m not kidding!), and Agent Sark is baaaaack!

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3.03 “One of Us, One of Them”

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The Villainous Four hold up a bank. Everyone assumes it’s about the money, but Knox wants to lure Noah to the bank to kill him. What no one counts on is Angela assigning Sylar to accompany Noah, which turns out to be a surprisingly effective partnership until Sylar scalps the now-Peter-less Weevil. Meanwhile, Meredith forces Claire to admit she wants revenge on Sylar, Tracy discovers she was “created” by a guy named Zimmerman, Hiro and Ando botch their latest attempt to retrieve The Formula, and Matt’s apparently channeling Usutu’s clairvoyance with berries and music.

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