The Haitian/Season Three
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The Haitian is first recognized when Daphne attempts to use her power of super speed to which she, in her confusion, states "I'm slow". She asks Hiro what he's done to her. Ando does the same, and Hiro realizes his power doesn't work also. Daphne runs away normally and Hiro sees the Haitian entering the theater. He tells Ando that he was the man he saw in the future and assumes half of the formula resides in his silver briefcase. Soon thereafter, the Haitian receives Angela's half the formula from an aide of hers. Hiro, disguised as an usher, attempts to retrieve the briefcase while Ando approaches the Haitian and smashes him over the head, sending him plummeting down the stairs unconscious, during which his ability isn't in effect. After Daphne steals the formula from Hiro, he tries to stop time and regain it, but he and Ando are both grabbed by an angered Haitian.
Jesse and Knox leave the diner a bloodbath saying the message is out, and the neighborhood is theirs. Suddenly, Noah and The Haitian approach them. When Noah isn't affected by Knox's warning, Jesse tries to knock him out with his ability, only to find it's not working. Noah then tasers Jesse, and tells Knox that right now, with the help of his friend, Knox is nothing.
Nathan and Peter Petrelli arrive in Haiti and meet the Haitian. He tells them that that he is trying to stop his brother, Baron Samedi. Suddenly, Baron Samedi and his militia start firing on Peter, Nathan and the Haitian. Peter and the Haitian escape.
The Haitian enters Samedi's hut and knocks him out. He tells Marie to run and not to look back and that he will rescue her sister. The Haitian and Peter go to the prison where Nathan and Vivienne are being kept, and he frees them. He and Nathan agree to leave Peter, but return to give Peter aide. The Haitian knocks out the soldiers and confronts his brother. He puts his hand on Samedi's head, ignores Samedi's rationale that they are brothers, and renders Samedi unconscious.
When Angela tells Peter that he has to kill his father, the Haitian agrees with her by saying that Arthur is far too powerful to be contained. As Peter is driving the Haitian to Pinehearst Headquarters, the Haitian recognizes Peter's reluctance to kill Arthur, and offers to do it instead. Peter tells him that, just as Samedi was the Haitian's responsibility, Arthur is his. The Haitian nods, and they continue on their journey. Once they arrive at the HQ, the Haitian uses his ability to render a security guard unconscious, and takes the elevator with Peter. When Arthur comes out to meet them, and Peter points his gun at him, the Haitian suppresses Arthur's attempt at using telekinesis to throw the gun away. Arthur begins to mentally overpower the Haitian, causing him to sweat. When Sylar arrives and helps Peter kill Arthur, the Haitian offers Peter his condolences, reminding him that Arthur had to die. Peter tells the Haitian to go get Sylar. Following Peter's orders, the Haitian walks through a door and disappears.
Ando • Angela • Arthur • Chandra • Charlie • Claire • D.L. • The Haitian • Hiro • Isaac • Janice • Kaito • Linderman • Lyle • Matt • Micah • Mohinder • Molly • Mr. Muggles • Nathan • Niki • Noah • Peter • Sandra • Simone • Sylar
Adam • Ando • Angela • Bob • Claire • Elle • The Haitian • Hiro • Kaito • Linderman • Lyle • Matt • Maya • Micah • Mohinder • Molly • Monica • Mr. Muggles • Nathan • Niki • Noah • Peter • Sandra • Sylar
Ando • Angela • Arthur • Claire • Danko • Doyle • Elle • The Haitian • Hiro • Kaito • Linderman • Lyle • Matt • Maya • Micah • Mohinder • Molly • Mr. Muggles • Nathan • Noah • Peter • Rachel • Sandra • Sylar • Tracy
|See Also: The Haitian • The Haitian/Season One • The Haitian/Season Two • The Haitian/Season Three • The Haitian/Season Four • Characters|