One of us, one of them
|One of us, one of them|
Sylar and Noah are partnered together, following the policy of "one of us, one of them".
It is noted that Company agents are paired into "one of us, one of them" partnerships.
Noah asks for his partner but Angela says the Haitian is not available. Noah reminds Angela of the Company's policy: "one of us, one of them". Angela says she has the perfect new partner, for Noah: Sylar.
Sylar says, "It's supposed to be 'one of us, one of them.' Only none of 'them' wanted to partner with me."
Noah, Nathan, and Danko discuss what method they will use to capture evolved humans. Noah suggests Primatech's standard "one of us, one of them," since it helps even the odds. Danko says, "I think it's better to work with one of us, and one of us. Or ten of us. Or twelve of us, and none of them."
Danko asks Noah for a plan, and Noah suggests "working the enemy": one of us, one of them. Danko asks how it's even possible to work with or even trust them, and Noah explains that evolved humans should be viewed as assets; weapons to be mobilized.
- Not all of the Company's partnerships have been "one of us, one of them". This is a guideline that the Company generally tries to follow, but is not a hard and fast rule.
- The third episode of Season Three is titled One of Us, One of Them.
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