Heroes (2006–2010): Season 1, Episode 12 - Chapter Twelve 'Godsend' - full transcript

Nathan stops at nothing when it comes to getting some kind of help for his unconscious brother. Hiro goes on a hunt for the sword he's seen in Isaac's paintings. Nikki tries to convince the police of her need for help in dealing with her split personality.

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Previously on Heroes.

She slipped up, Parkman.

If you want your marriage to work,
you have to find a way to make it work.

Cheerleader's dad,
9 o'clock.

I was only able
to get one word. Sylar.

I'm gonna take this gun, and
I'm gonna put it in that slot

and you're gonna
blow your brains out.

You know that
won't hurt me.

Stop fighting!
For your own good!

Micah!

I can't be trusted.



Can I help you, ma'am? Yeah,
you can arrest me for murder.

You said that there were
people who wanted to hurt me.

I think they got
to Zach and Lyle.

Just stay where you are.
You're gonna be okay.

I work for your father.

He sent me here
to make you forget.

Tell me, Claire,
can you keep a secret?

This guy puts out
1800 curies of radiation

without ever coming in
contact with nuclear material.

Ted, he escaped.

Nathan.
What are you doing here?

You had to be a hero,
didn't you?

I have to stop that bomb.
I have to save everybody.

Peter? Peter!



It's all my fault.

Get your mind right,
yet, Niki?

If it was me, I'd leave you in
the box here a few more weeks.

Even animals like you
get a lawyer visit.

Now, you just move real
slow-like, you hear me?

Nice and easy.

Show me your hands!

Come on.

Keep 'em up.

Let's go.

Union Wells High School

opens its doors today
for the first time

since 16-year-old Jackie
Wilcox was brutally murdered

during her homecoming game
two weeks ago.

Teachers and students wrestle with
how to remember the slain cheerleader,

while still trying
to move on.

This is Angela Bromstad,
Channel Five News.

Thank you, Angela.

Look at all
those reporters.

You don't have to worry
about the press.

They're not allowed
on school grounds.

I'm more worried
about the other kids.

They're gonna want to ask me
questions about it.

Well...

You don't have to
tell them anything.

Well, good, because I
don't really remember much.

I mean, I know that's supposed to
be post-traumatic stress or whatever,

but nothing?
Nothing at all?

Memory's a funny thing.

I think it's a blessing
that you don't remember.

Where'd you find me?

What do you mean?

The night Jackie got killed.

You said you found me
by the stadium?

You were scared to death.
You were traumatized.

You just wanted to go home.

I don't remember. Thanks.

I guess I'd better go.

Not so dangerous anymore,
are we, Mr. Sylar?

We've gone over
every strand of code,

trying to find the codon switches
that identify his aptitudes.

Other than telekinesis,
we're drawing a blank.

Has he responded
to the glycimerine?

Given him enough
to kill an elephant.

Nothing.
We're no closer.

If we keep up at this rate,
he'll be dead by tomorrow.

After what he did to Eden,
he'd deserve it.

Unfortunately,
they haven't authorized that.

He stays alive.

You're just going
to have to dig deeper.

You'd better be right
about this, Parkman.

Come on! Come on! Come on!
Let's go!

We swept this entire place.
There's nothing here but paper.

Did you check the basement?
Yeah.

Stairwells?
More paper.

Hey, where is he?

Where is he?
Where's Sylar?

I have no idea
what you're talking about.

He's not here, Parkman.

Nice going.

We appreciate
your cooperation.

Oops.

The Tyrannosaurus Rex was a
huge, meat-eating dinosaur.

It lived during the late
Cretaceous Period,

about 65 to 85
billion years ago.

If we could go back in time, there's
no telling what wonders we'd find.

Tyrannosaurus Rex
was a fierce predator.

He's burning up.

Persistent idiopathic fever. It
means they have no idea what's wrong.

Fly in the best doctors
in the world

just to have them tell me they
don't know what they're doing

in four different
languages.

His heart, they don't know
how much more he can take.

26 years old, he's gonna
die of a heart attack.

He's not gonna die, Ma.

Well, he will
unless I do something.

Why don't you just let the
doctors do what they do?

I wish I knew what
was going on in there.

Just before he passed out, he said he
felt he was absorbing too many powers.

Peter wanted to see
that painting.

After I told you
not to let him.

You knew he was gonna follow that
thing headfirst all the way to Texas.

He's my brother,
and I love him.

But we both know he shouldn't
have even been there.

It was important to him.

You really believe
all this crap?

The future? Paintings?
The end of the world?

I know he believes it,

and I believe in him.

Fine, then show me.

I've been in this damned
hospital room for two weeks

waiting for something
to happen.

I'll be damned if I'm gonna sit
around and watch my brother die.

Take me to the artist.

I want to see
what's worth all this.

I love you, man.

Okay, your first mistake?

Never put the peanut butter
in the refrigerator.

Mom always keeps it
at room temperature.

Well, your dad's
got his own style.

I see that.

But it still tastes good.

Hey, what happened to you?

Did you get in a fight
at school today?

It's nothing, just some
jerks. Well, what happened?

Dad, they called Mom
a psycho killer.

I know, you can lecture me
about not fighting. No, no.

I know how hard
it is without her.

I wish it could be easier.

But we gonna make it.

You enjoy that.
I'll be back.

I believe you
were expecting me.

The name is Malsky,
Aron Malsky.

I take it you
have it here.

The charges against me
been dropped?

Your wife's confession
took care of most of that.

And her pointing out where to
find the bodies helped, too.

As for the other charges, consider
yourself a free man, Mr. Hawkins.

So, no more looking
over my shoulder?

Only if you wish to see
where you've been.

So, that's it?

Linderman leaves me
and my family alone?

Oh, I wouldn't bank
on that, no.

That was the deal.
You got back your $2 million.

There is no deal, Mr. Hawkins, unless
Mr. Linderman says there's a deal.

You took something of his,

and he reserves the right to
let you make that up to him.

Believe me,

you'll be the first to find out
when he chooses to call in that debt.

You have a nice day, now.

I'm glad the bureau
finally decided

to take the list
I offered seriously.

Too many people showing up
dead or missing.

If you didn't have a record
showing you were in India

when some of these people
were killed,

you and I would be having
a very different conversation.

Well, fortunate for me, then. Mmm-hmm.

You say your father
compiled this list?

Yes, he was a geneticist.

All the people on the list
share a unique genetic marker

that he was able to map and track
using the human genome project.

Uh-huh.

I've been trying
to locate them.

To warn them.

About this man, Sylar?

Yes, the man
who killed my father.

I see.

Well, we ran the name.
Nothing.

Clearly an alias.

But we did follow up on another
name you said was on the list,

a Sarah Ellis?

Yes, I tried to locate her
in Los Angeles,

but she wasn't at any
of her known addresses,

and, no,
I've never met her before.

Are you sure?

That's Sarah Ellis?

I know her by a different
name, Eden McCain.

She lives across the hall,
right there.

She's been gone for a few
weeks. Is there a problem?

She turned up three days ago.

Well, what was left
of her, anyway.

What?

Yeah, they pulled her out
of Lake Ramsey, in Sudbury.

Hundred miles
out of Ontario.

Gunshot wound to the head.

Local law wrote it up
as a suicide.

The last I heard from her she said
she had something to confess to me.

You say she
was your friend?

I don't know what she was.

The guy who you were just talking
to has Sylar in this building.

No, Parkman.
Yes.

He doesn't. There's
nothing in here but paper.

But we didn't look
everywhere.

Maybe, maybe there is a secret
room somewhere. Okay? Maybe...

And maybe I can whistle The Star
Spangled Banner out of my ass.

We are lucky he hasn't threatened
to sue us for this stunt.

Want to know what's on
this tape he just handed me?

You, caught on the parking
lot surveillance camera.

What, you didn't think anyone
would notice a guy

sitting in the same car
every day for two weeks?

Do you have any idea the position
you've put this bureau in?

I was following on a hunch. Whose hunch?

My hunch?
The bureau's hunch?

Matt's hunch. He abducted
people. He abducted me!

He abducted Ted Sprague.

Sure, the guy
with the radioactive hands?

Well, it all makes
perfect sense.

I am going to make sure
you are benched for this.

What, that's it?
Obviously.

We both know he's in here.
Do we?

'Cause all I know is that I have
wasted the last three weeks of my life

on the crazy idea that you
can hear people's thoughts.

And I'd liked you, Matt.

I felt sorry for you, and
maybe that clouded my judgment.

But now I need to get back to
reality and you should do the same.

Go home, Matt.
We're done.

Hey. Hey, you son of a...

Listen to me.

I have no idea how you are pulling
this off, but I swear to God,

I'm not gonna stop until I
figure it out. You understand me?

Good luck with that.

Zach?

Hey, this is a public place. You
sure you can be seen here with me?

Why not?

Right, I forgot.
You've been body-snatched.

Look, I just wanna talk.

Hey, I'm sorry
about Jackie.

I know she was your best friend and all.

You know, I actually discovered
that someone else was my best friend,

but I lost him, too.

What happened to you
on homecoming?

I can't remember. Can't
remember a lot of things lately.

Yeah, that's funny, 'cause
lately I can't remember.

Must be something in the
water, eh? Zach, look at me.

Do you feel like
we could be friends?

Us? No.

We wouldn't
play well together.

I gotta tell you, Miss Sanders,
the outbursts are not helping.

Kind of getting tired
of them myself.

Look, I just wanna
do my time in peace.

Yeah, about that.

It seems the D.A.
is gonna file

for special circumstances
in the homicides.

They're gonna seek
the death penalty.

Death penalty?

Look,
I know it's a long shot,

but it might help
if you cooperated a little.

And how am I supposed
to do that?

The two million dollars?

Things might go a little smoother
if you tell the police where it is.

I told you,

I don't know anything
about that.

Who are you trying to fool?

You know exactly where it is.

I'm sorry?

He's right, Niki.

We should tell them.

Stop it.

Don't pay
any attention to her.

Pay attention to who?

God, who am I gonna have to
screw to get out of this place?

I said stop it.

What is this?

What's it look like,
dipstick?

What, you're going psych on
me? If that's what it takes.

Multiple personality disorder
is a real hard sell.

When I want your opinion,
I will ask for it.

Just get us
a damn shrink.

I'm not crazy.
No, I'm not crazy.

Don't listen to her.

Please, I'm telling you the
truth. Of course you are.

No, don't listen to her. Listen to
me, please. I'm not Iying to you.

Of course you're not.

I am telling you
the truth.

Which way
to gift store?

Thank you.

Hiro.

Hiro.

Isaac was obsessed, ranting about
a bomb coming to explode New York.

The painting on the floor?
Yeah.

Then he just left. Someone
came and took his paintings.

I don't understand.
He's been gone a few weeks.

Then I came back.

Isaac.

I'm waiting for the shock to clear,
so I can tell if you're glad to see me.

Well, I'm just gonna...

You look...

You look healthy.

I got back a few days ago.

I wasn't sure
when to call you.

I was in a clinic.

I...

I barely remember any of it,
but when I woke up

I was in Texas
and I was clean.

That's great.

I mean it.

I don't need the drugs
anymore. I can paint without it.

Well, I'm glad for you.

I'm only alive
because of you, Simone.

I still love you.

All right,
this painting,

it's like he's exploding,
like he's a bomb.

How did you know about this?

Did you talk to my brother
Peter? I painted what I saw.

Well, the last thing Peter
said before he collapsed

was that he was the cause
of the explosion.

Look, I may not get everything.
That's fine. But this...

I mean, these things
can't be connected.

And the world
doesn't work like this.

Mr. Isaac, bad news.
Sword not there.

It was replica.

Original owned by a man
named Linderman.

Did he say
Linderman?

Flying man!

"Save the cheerleader,
save the world. "

What does that even mean?

Have I been saved,
or do I still need saving?

You're saved
for the time being.

I want to talk
to Peter Petrelli.

You're not supposed to
remember Peter Petrelli.

He's being watched. If you try to
contact him, your father will know.

You have to
give me something.

Nothing in my life
has been real.

My dad obviously doesn't
work in a paper factory.

I don't know
what he does.

And what about
my biological parents?

He didn't find them through
the adoption agency, did he?

They work for your father,
like I do.

Everything has been a lie.

The only person I could trust was
Zach, and you took him from me.

That was your father's doing,
not mine.

Then give him back
his memories.

I don't want to be alone.

You are not
alone, Claire.

And I cannot give your
friend back his memories.

It's not how my gift works.

Your gift?
Is that what you call it?

What do you call it?

My own private freak show.

What you can do,
what I can do,

that is God.

Respect it accordingly.

The bomb,
it comes from the street,

destroys everything. Everything
turns into dust, poof!

Your English
is a lot better.

I met a waitress
in Texas.

She teach me
many things.

Good for you.

So, look, I can't believe
I'm about to say this.

You teleported here
back from the future?

Yes, my power let me come
back here. So I can stop it.

Right, because you hero?

You will help, too.

Me?

What makes you so sure?

You are flying man.

Would you
keep it down?

What do you think it is that
makes this bomb thing go off?

Don't know.

Probably bad guy?
Bad guy?

Yes, like billain.
What's that?

Billain.
Billain?

Billain.
Villain.

Vvv...
Vvv...

Villain.

Like the guy
in the painting?

You think a human being could
actually cause an explosion?

I have power.
You have power.

Maybe he has power, too.
Bad guy.

We must stop him.

I think I can help.

We've been here before.

You, me,
the video camera.

Is it at all familiar?

What are you doing? Auditioning
for America's Next Top Model?

You made that joke
the first time.

Look, just keep
the camera on me, okay?

Well, why don't you just use a
tripod? I can't do this by myself.

And I know you can
keep a secret. You did.

You did until you forgot
what it was.

When we were best friends?

You ready?

Claire, hold on a second.

I'm sure you
told me this before,

but why are we videotaping
this? Whatever this is?

Actually, I didn't
tell you that before.

The first time I did this, I did it
to show my parents. My real parents.

I wanted them to see
what I was.

I thought they could
help me understand.

But I don't think
I'm ever gonna meet them.

They may not even
be alive anymore.

So why you want
to tape it now?

For me.

So I never forget what I am,
no matter what happens to me.

Just don't freak out, okay?

I won't.

You said that last time.

The camera's ready
for whatever.

Okay, I'm ready.
Keep the camera on me.

What are you doing?

Oh, my God.
Oh, my God, Claire!

This is Claire Bennet,

and as far as you know,
that was attempt number one.

I don't know how much longer
I'm gonna be here.

Now, what is that
supposed to mean?

They're sending me to the psych
ward for an evaluation with a shrink.

She's here. Jessica.

She came out. She tried to
escape. She hurt one of the guards.

Maybe a shrink could
help you deal with her.

I mean,
get rid of her.

This isn't in my head,
D.L. She's real.

I should have never let you do this,
Niki, get yourself thrown in here.

I should have kept
that money to help you out.

No. You had to give it back or
else this would never be over.

Let me talk to Micah.

I want you to come home.

I know, sweetie, but I can't.

It's hard
to understand right now,

but I hope
that one day you will.

You know, your daddy, he's gonna take
real good care of you while I'm gone.

I need you
to be the strong one

because I'm not that
strong right now, okay?

That's not fair.

That's my son.
Can I just give him a hug?

It's just for a second,
I promise.

Baby, it's all right.
It's all right.

No, he needs me.
He needs me.

Just let me hold him.

Stay right there.
He needs me.

I said stay there.
Please.

I'm warning you!
Please. Just for a moment.

Go, move! Wait! I just
want to see my son!

Against the wall!
Mom!

I just wanted
to see my son.

Your hands.

Easy.

I don't even know
what she fed you.

They eat crickets.
Lots of crickets.

You? I hope you don't
mind. I let myself in.

Have you come
to kill me, now?

That depends.

I'd like to talk
to you about Eden.

She worked for me.

Don't you mean
Sarah Ellis?

She gave up that name and
that life a long time ago,

and she was a good person.

Yes, of course, all spies are very
good people, just misunderstood.

She cared about you
more than she should have.

She was special.

She had an ability?
What was it?

Suffice it to say, she
learned how to use it wisely.

Not everyone who has these
abilities deserves them.

And who are you to judge?

In fact, who are you, period?
I made a mistake.

I should have come to you
a long time ago.

You've been spying
on me for weeks,

in India, my cab,
bugging my phone.

We need to help
each other, Dr. Suresh.

And why would I help you?

You need me, don't you?

My father,
he knew more than you do.

From what we can
observe, yes.

If you've been watching, then you
know my father's formula doesn't work.

We both know
that he generated a list.

Who's on that list is a
matter of grave importance.

You've come for it?
You want to find them?

I'm glad you seem so worried.
Are you on the list?

You no doubt realize things can go
terribly wrong with these abilities.

If you work with me
we can control that.

If, and when,
I do figure out this list,

the first thing I'm going to do
is warn these people about you.

Together, we could actually
make a difference.

Sorry, not interested.

Contact me when you
change your mind.

The access number
is on the back.

Are you back?

Yeah.

I took out that suitcase
this morning

but I haven't
packed it yet.

I know that
we're in trouble.

And I know that a lot of it is
my... Most of it is my fault.

Janice, we need to start being
completely honest with each other.

Come clean about everything.
Okay.

'Cause there's something I've gotta
tell you. Something has happened to me.

Something that's really
hard to explain.

Just say it.
I can hear people's thoughts.

Meaning what?

I hear their thoughts,
what they're thinking.

It started a few weeks ago.

That's why I've been with
the F.B.I. all this time.

Well, what do you mean,
like a psychic or something?

I don't know. I guess.

You can't be serious.
Yeah.

You don't believe me.
Okay, that's alright.

Here, come here, come here,
come here, come here.

All right, pick a number

between one and a million.

Come on, bring it on.

I took his power, Nathan.
I can't control it.

Let me help you, Peter.

I can't.

I'm not leaving you.

No!

Ma, where is he?

I have no idea.
He woke up.

He woke up?
Yes, he was raving.

After two weeks spent
sitting at his bedside

thinking he could die, he
says he's got to get away.

You just let him leave? No,
I just did not let him leave,

and when I see him
I will kill him.

Mom, all right, look,
just go home, okay?

Get some rest.
I'll take care of it.

You're really Hiro Nakamura
from Isaac's comic book?

I work there,
at Yamagata.

And we fly here,

and we drive that
car everywhere.

Blue Nissan Versa. It's
parked outside right now.

I'm just like Mr. Isaac draw
me, except my face not so round.

Okay. Yeah.
I give up.

The world is insane. I'm
not gonna keep fighting it.

You can paint the future.
And he needs a sword.

This guy, Linderman, he's a
client of mine, a huge collector.

He buys every painting
of Isaac's he can.

I can get you in there.

Get your car.
You're going back to Vegas.

Yeah, I need the first flight
out of New York into the desert.

I don't know.
Nevada, maybe?

That's where they did all
those nuclear bomb tests, right?

Okay.

Yeah, Las Vegas. Las Vegas is
good. That... Yeah, whatever.

Yeah, I'll hold.

Hey! Hey!

Hey!

What are you doing?
Hey!

You can see me?
You?

Nobody sees me!

Do you hear me?

Nobody sees me.
I'm invisible.

In the beginning,
there was discovery.

A confusion of elements.

The first snowfall
of impossible change.

Old lives undone,
left behind.

Strange faces, made familiar.

New nightmares
to challenge sleep.

New friends
to feel safe with.

Only then
comes control.

The need to impose
order onto chaos.

Through determination, through
study, through struggle.

She's gonna be okay.

You know that, right?

You'd tell me
the truth, right?

All in defiance
of a thundering truth.

They're here, and the
Earth shudders underfoot.

Oh, God.

Lights out.

Please help me.

Who needs God
when you've got me?