F_Hiro: Save the cheerleader, save the world ...
HRG: Are you on the list?
They've saved the cheerleader ... Now it's time to save the world
Claire Bennet: I walked through fire and didn't get burned.
Hiro: My only concern is should I hide my idenity? A costume maybe?
Ando: You start talking about a cape and tights and I'm out of here!
Niki Sanders: Sometimes I look in the mirror and I'm not sure it's me looking back.
The phone rings:
Ando Masahashi: Who is it?
Hiro Nakamura (after answering): Destiny.
Ando: I wish destiny would lose our number.
Hiro to Isaac Mendez: How do you stop an exploding man?
Hiro: I've got to find that sword.
Sylar (to Peter Petrelli): How can you stop what's coming ... when you don't know anything about power?
Zach: You gotta embrace your inner freak. 'Cause the only thing you'll regret is denying who you really are.
Hiro: (upon learning his future): I had a sword?
Peter Petrelli: Just get yourself to New York (hangs up the phone leaving a confused Ando and Hiro staring at the phone)
Hiro: I had a sword!
UnexpectedThe creepiness of Sylar
Sylar: I had a kind of epiphany about it this morning. Are you familiar with Abraham Maslow. "The Peak Eperience"?
Mohinder Suresh: No, I'm afraid not.
Sylar: There is, uh, a single moment that takes you out of yourself or makes you feel very tiny or very large; to some extent, one with life, or nature, or god.
Mohinder: I see ...
Sylar: It's like seeing a puzzle fit together. All this time, I was trying to fight it, deny it. But there is no shame in having this ability is there?
Mohinder: None whatsoever. It would be like denying you have brown eyes.
Sylar: Right ...
Five Years Gone(2011)
Upon seeing future_Hiro for the first time
Hiro: I look upset.
Ando: Talk to yourself
Hiro: No way. I scare myself. You do it.
How to Stop an Exploding Man
Claire Bennet: The future is not written in stone.
Nathan Petrelli to Peter Petrelli: You saved the chearleeder so we could save the world.
Walls: Part 2 Graphic Novel
Niki Sanders: I've been a lot of things. Lived a lot of lives. Picked up a few tricks from each of them, I suppose. But never, in a million years, would I have guessed, that of all things ... it would be the pole dancing that would save my hide.
The Death of Hana Gitelman: Part 2 Graphic Novel
Hana Gitelman to Micah Sanders: My name is Hana Gitelman. But, you can call me Wireless. And the truth is, death is never quite what you expect it to be. It might be like an ending, but really ...The journey is just beginning.