Heroes Logo 'Eris Quod Sum'

Story Code: '307'
by Jesse Alexander
Heroes Cast

Mohinder takes Maya to Pinehearst for a cure, giving Arthur the opportunity to steal another special’s powers for himself; Mohinder is then tasked with making the powers formula work… Elle turns to Claire for help in controlling her powers, and together they set off for the Pinehearst facility… Angela uses her abilities to encourage Gabriel to escape from Level 5… Arthur kills Maurey Parkman, and then sends Daphne on a mission to kill Matt… Gabriel stops Mohinder from testing the formula on Peter, but then things go wrong and he is captured by his ruthless father… Tracey and Nathan join forces with Noah and Meredith and learn about Pinehearst… Matt hooks up with Daphne, unaware that she is still working for the enemy… Arthur persuades Gabriel to work for him… Usutu sends Hiro on a spirit-walk to find his true path…

Milo Ventimiglia (Peter Petrelli), Adrian Pasdar (Nathan Petrelli), Ali Larter (Tracy Strauss), Hayden Panettiere (Claire Bennet), Gerg Grunberg (Matt Parkman), Sendhil Ramamurthy (Mohinder Suresh), Masi Oka (Hiro Nakamura), Jack Coleman (Noah Bennet), James Kyson Lee (Ando Masahashi), Zachary Quinto (Gabriel Gray / Sylar), Dania Ramirez (Maya Herrera), Cristine Rose (Angela Petrelli), Kristen Bell (Elle Bishop), Jessalyn Gilsig (Meredith Gordon), Ashley Crow (Sandra Bennet), Jamie Hector (Benjamin 'Knox' Washington), Brea Grant (Daphne Millbrook), Blake Shields (Flint), Alan Blumenfeld (Maurey Parkman), Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine (Usutu), Ron Perkins (Doctor), Robert Forster (Arthur Petrelli), Randall Bentley (Lyle Bennett)

Directed by Jeannot Szwarc
Produced by Aron Eli Coleite, Cathy Mickel Gibson and Lori Motyer
Executive Producers Tim Kring, Dennis Hammer and Allan Arkush
Created by Tim Kring

TX (US - Sci-Fi Channel):
27th October 2008

*Featuring Peter Petrelli, Nathan Petrelli, Claire Bennet, Hiro Nakamura, Matt Parkman, Tracy Strauss and Mohinder Suresh

*The Roman poet Horace wrote "Eram quod es; eris quod sum" which roughly translates as "I was what you are; you will be what I am"; the phrase "Eris quod sum" became a popular epitaph on gravestones