Peter: You saved my life!
Claire: Guess we're even.

[To Peter] I remember you... You're like me aren't you? I'd like to see how that works.

Sylar

[To Mohinder] Give me that damn list so I can sink my teeth in!

Sylar

Sylar: I'm a natural progression of the species. Evolution is a part of nature and nature kills. Simple, right?
Mohinder: What you've done isn't evolution, it's murder. What I am doing -- is revenge.

Linderman: There comes a time when a man has to ask himself whether he wants a life of happiness or a life of meaning.
Nathan: I'd like to have both.
Linderman: Can't be done. Two very different paths. To be truly happy, a man must live absolutely in the present, no thought of what's gone before and no thought of what lies ahead. But a life with meaning, a man is condemned to wallow in the past and obsess about the future.

Sylar: So who do we call next?
Mohinder: Nobody. I already have you...Mr. Sylar.

Sylar: You've given me hope.
Mohinder: Hope is great. We need caffeine.

People are fragile. Like teacups.

Mr. Bennet

I'm comfortable with morally gray.

Mr. Bennet

Ted: No, that was Plan A. Plan B is much better!
Matt: There is no Plan B!

Claude: Charles Darwin bred pigeons while he was working out his theory of evolution. Married up various permutations to get maximum potential.
Peter: What'd he mean by that? Maximum potential.
Claude: I think he meant you, friend.

[voiceover] To survive in this world, we hold close to us those on whom we depend. We trust in them our hopes, our fears... But what happens when trust is lost? Where do we run, when things we believe in vanish before our eyes? When all seems lost, the future unknowable, our very existence in peril... All we can do is run.

Mohinder