The blur that knocked Mohinder down was Daphne, speeding in to steal the Formula so Ando can inject himself and hopefully get the ability to travel through time and space to save Hiro. Instead, he gets the ability to amplify people’s abilities, so when he touches Parkman, he can hear the thoughts of everyone in the city, and when he touches Daphne, she runs so fast she goes back in time, just like Superman did in the movie.
Hiro proves he doesn’t need help as he crawls back on the rooftop and asks Young Hiro to help him find the original piece of paper with the Formula written on it so they can change the future. I can’t even wrap my head around the number of ways that would create a paradox that makes everything from the first three seasons totally meaningless.
They steal the Formula from Kaito’s safe, but Kaito finds them and engages in a sword fight with his future son. In the present, Ando and Daphne hold hands so he can super charge her all the way to 16 years ago, and they arrive to rescue Hiro just as Kaito cuts the Formula in half.
Since they can’t go back, Hiro and Daphne go to Pinehearst to steal the Formula again. They run into Tracy, who calls Hiro Pikachu. He’s had enough, so he apologizes before punching her in the face. They go back to the loft to rip up the Formula, but Hiro is still powerless.
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