Hiro and his buddy embark on their heroic journey to New York, when they are stopped by a Vegas high-roller who offers them a deal they can't refuse. As H.R.G sets up a meeting for his daughter Claire with her biological parents, she hopes that questions about her newfound indestructibility can be answered. Meanwhile, Isaac receives another confusing call from Hiro, but Peter is there this time to pick up the phone and relay a life-saving message. Suresh bids farewell to Eden as he heads back to India to bury his father. An unexpected visitor shows up at Niki's home.
Did You Know?
When Darnell flips through the comic books, the second to last cover is "Tales From Space." This is not a real comic but production art created by Andrew Probert
, specifically for Back to the Future
(1985). It appears during the scene in which Mr. Peabody's kid finds Marty and the DeLorean in their barn. See more
The bottom right-hand edge of the now-finished painting of "the cheerleader" laying in blood, changes throughout the early scene with Isaac and Peter on the phone with Hiro. First the edge is clean and white, then with red paint dripping off, then clean again. (This even goes back to the end of the previous episode, when Peter has just finished painting, with lots of red paint running off the edge.) See more
Evolution is an imperfect, and often violent process. A battle between what exists and what is yet to be born. In the midst of these birth pains, morality loses it's meaning. The question of good and evil, reduced to one simple choice: Survive? Or perish?
References Back to the Future
Written by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
Performed by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman See more