Ooooo! I think this show might lose some people (maybe even me?) with that super irritating never giving any answers to anything and instead leaving us with more questions habit they have going.
I really thought Claire's new friend was Peter in a slightly different form - until we saw the real Peter in the box (haha, those men thought he was a bunch of ipods. that gave me a giggle). The flying and stuff, it just all fit. But, when he was hovering outside of her window, I got a distinct creepy vibe. I think he may be a bad guy.
Also, I liked the Maya/Alejandro story line, *but* I went completely out of my mind over the fact that they were listed as being in San Cristobal, Honduras. San Cristobal is not in Honduras. I wouldn't be surprised if there was a teeny little town with that name in Honduras, but given the name recognition of San Cristobal in southern MEXICO/Chiapas, and the fact that they spoke spanish with very un-Honduran accents, it just irritated me. Plus, Honduras is *far* from New York when you're travelling like they did. It just makes more sense to have them coming from Mexico. Plus her name doesn't make much sense, culturally. It would be like naming your daughter "Polish", or something. Again, I'm sure there are Hondurans named Maya, but there are any number of names that would have fit better. Later on, when they were discussing payment with the truck driver, DH laughed when I muttered, "Well, at least they got the currency right!". Little things like that really throw me off a story line.
I did really appreciate the teeny number of commercials though.
And, I think Claire is going to *lose* it in the near future. That girl is far too herself to keep things constantly under wraps.
The idea of Hiro becoming his own hero is really cool, and could fit with things really well. I did wonder if his being there and taking the action that he did is actually what kept Kensei from protecting the city though. The time travel reprecussions could be huge when he does stuff like that.