I loved seeing the gang getting together again, only to scatter to the four winds at the end of the episode. The season is well set up now. Having everyone on the run, doing their own things, guided by prophecies, is a good way to get that feeling of the disparate yet connected threads of the first season.
No big surprises here, but the episode was well written. I liked Nathan's phone call as a framing sequence for events, but I think we all knew whom he was talking to on the other end of the line. I may not like his or Noah's actions this season, but at this point you kinda have to run with them, and I can at least understand how Noah could be in on this.
How fun was family therapy with Doctor Sylar? And a nice little twist on common convention to give the superVILLAIN a sidekick.