|Language(s) Spoken:||French, Creole|
- The Haitian's shack
Mohinder searches for the man he was sent to find. He enters the man's shack and introduces himself in French. He finds the man laying sick in bed and it turns out to be the Haitian. Mohinder explains that it's likely he's got a rare virus and may be able to cure him. The Haitian tells Mohinder that he doesn't want the cure; God gave him his gift and has now taken it away because he abused it. Mohinder suggests leaving it to God telling him that in all probability he may have any one of a number of viruses he cannot cure, but that if he has the one particular virus then it may be a sign from God.
Mohinder tells the Haitian that his cure is working on him so he does indeed have the virus. The Haitian tells him that he prayed the cure would not work, and Mohinder replies that if he were to pray it would be for the same thing because of the danger of this virus becoming so widespread. The Haitian questions Mohinder about whether he believes that it was God that sent him to cure him. Mohinder explains that he has trouble believing in a god that would allow such a disease to exist. He tells the Haitian that the people he works for will want him to bring him in. The Haitian becomes suspicious and asks Mohinder about the people he works for. When Mohinder explains that he works for "a company", the Haitian remarks that there's always "a company" and proceeds to wipe his memory. Bob questions Mohinder about where the Haitian is, but when finding Mohinder's memories wiped, congratulates him on a job well done.
Before the Haitian wipes Mohinder's memory, Mohinder instructs the Haitian on how to meet with Noah Bennet in Costa Verde. The Haitian leaves his shack for the crossroads before leaving for Costa Verde.
- The Haitian's shack is where Mohinder finds and treats the Haitian. The ownership of the shack is unknown.