Claire Bennet: I needed you. And you weren't there again.
Noah Bennet: I'm sorry. There was something I had to do.
Claire Bennet: There is always "something you have to do". Work's just more important.
Noah Bennet: Poor Gabriel. You always wanted to be special. Look at you now. You're nobody.
[slits his throat]
Matt Parkman: Life just took a lot from you, you were trying to take something back; I get that. We're all flawed - powers or no powers. But when it counts, you're a good person. I know it, and you know that I know it.
Daphne Millbrook: So you forgive me?
Matt Parkman: I'm not the one you need to ask forgiveness from. You came here for a reason, to set something right. Go do it, Speedy.
[Hiro has locked himself in the bathroom of the comic book shop]
Sam: You gotta get him out of my bathroom, man. What is his problem?
Ando Masahashi: He doesn't want to grow up.
Sam: Everyone has to grow up.
Sam: [knocks on the bathroom door] Dude!
[Ando translates, Hiro answers in Japanese]
Ando Masahashi: He says you guys didn't grow up. You read comic books and eat junk food.
[cut to Frack, who is reading a comic book and eating junk food]
Sam: If you were Hiro - you're not, but - if you were, you would know that... saving the world comes before everything else.
[Ando translates for him again, and Hiro replies]
Ando Masahashi: He says look what happens when I try. My father is dead. Why bother being a hero?
Sam: Because you give people hope. And anybody, even a lonely office drone, can make a difference. You don't have to be a billionaire like Batman, or an alien like Superman. You just have to believe.
Samedi: Some believe that if you know a man's name, you can possess him. Others believe that names grant great strength.
Nathan Petrelli: Is that why you call yourself 'Baron Samedi'? People worship you like a God?
Samedi: Is that why you took the title 'Senator'?
Arthur Petrelli: I think this eclipse showed us all exactly who we are - desperate, angry, and weak. Are you ready to get back to work?
Mohinder Suresh: [showing signs of re-transformation] Look at me. Where else could I go?
Arthur Petrelli: We'll find a cure. But that monster inside of you - that's something you're gonna have to take care of all by yourself.
Peter Petrelli: I needed to know how to be a hero without my powers.
Matt Parkman: You could be anywhere in the world right now; what are you still doing here?
Daphne Millbrook: [arranging a scarecrow] I came to talk to Ray.
Matt Parkman: Does Ray talk back?
Daphne Millbrook: Last year I could barely move. And then there was an eclipse, and afterwards I could walk. And then I could run. And then I could run really fast. And now I'm back to where I started.
Sylar: I've been thinking.
Elle Bishop: About what?
Sylar: What you said about finding ourselves free of parents - or powers.
Elle Bishop: What about it?
Sylar: You were wrong. Nobody ever really changes.
Elle Bishop: You did. I saw you.
Sylar: That was temporary. And then I got my powers back. And I understand now... that I'm never gonna change. Neither are you, because we're both just damaged goods.
[Samedi is about to sell a girl to prostitution]
Nathan Petrelli: I'm not gonna let you do this!
Samedi: You? You are just a man. And I am their god.
[Suresh prepares an injection for Flint]
Flint Gordon: Is this going to give me my powers back?
Mohinder Suresh: It'll help track the changes your body's going through.
Flint Gordon: You really think I'm that kind of stupid, Doc?
Mohinder Suresh: Honestly? Yeah, I did.
[takes the microscope and slams it over Flint's head]
Noah Bennet: Gabriel you always wanted to be special. Look at you now... you're nobody.
Sam: There's a legend I heard from a guy at a convention who heard it from a dude who heard it from another dude that one more "9th Wonders" story exists.
Ando Masahashi: Where?
Sam: The day that he died Isaac Mendez bequeathed his sketchbook to a humble bike messenger. You find that messenger, you find your story.