On Nathan Petrelli’s inauguration day, he told the people to expect change. “A great day is upon us, my friends,” he said. “Be ready.”
The past few years could not be erased, but Petrelli said that a new day dawned. “We have let down our fellow citizens,” the president announced. “We must make amends.”
Dr. Mohinder Suresh stood by Petrelli’s side, as did his brother. His mother stood at his back, her smile seemingly pasted on and fake.
“Darling,” she said as they walked to the limousine. “Now what?”
He kissed her cheek. “Don’t worry, Ma,” he assured her. “I know what I’m doing.”
“Nice speech,” Luke said as the president settled on the couch.
“Thanks, kiddo,” he replied, cracking his neck and shifting his skin. “I think the people enjoyed it.”
“What are you doing?” Mohinder demanded, looking over his shoulder. “Sylar!”
“Fine, fine.” Sylar sighed and shifted back to Nathan’s face. “You worry too much, Mohinder.” He turned to Molly. “Have you found him yet?”
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