Review: Heroes "Parasite"

Heroes has been building momentum as of late, and it seems that we're finally getting to a point where we're no longer being teased about questions being answered. No sir, questions ARE being answered. This week's episode is no different.
Spoilers ahead
This week's episode found Mohinder realizing that the Zane that was with him wasn't the actual one, and it was actually Sylar (kudos to the writers for pulling the trigger on this earlier than I thought...I figured Mohinder wouldn't figure this out for at least 1 or 2 more episodes). But of course, Mohinder tries to contain Syler, which ends of bad for everyone. Mr. Bennet is assigned to another case, despite forgetting about Claire (supposedly), and his wife all of a sudden claiming to remember more than she should have. We're also introduced to Mystique...I mean, Candice Wilmer (Missy Peregrym), who is a shapeshifter working for the company that Mr. Bennet apparently formerly worked for.
Niki and Jessica continue to grapple with each other (with Niki winning out in the end and warning Nathan about Mr. Linderman's intentions), while Hiro gets the sword (with the help of Ando who somehow managed to get a job as casino security). Speaking of Linderman, Peter confronts him, and it was a very disappointing scene. Linderman has been built up to be a ruthless badass mob boss, but the first time we actually see him, he's making a chicken pot pie in the casino kitchen. Couldn't he have just shot someone or something, or reference a torture or something? I was a little disappointed, and kind of hoped that Peter would shoot him, but apparently Peter will be president in 2008, so that's that.
The climax of the show of course came at the end, after Sylar let Mohinder know he couldn't be contained by duct tape and an IV (this guy got of the Paper Mill afterall). Peter arrives to confront Mohinder about what's going on, only to find him strung up on the ceiling. He warns Peter of Sylar, who accosts Peter, and says that he's curious to see what makes him tick, and begins the head splitting. Leaving us wondering what the hell will happen next (although I think everyone knows that Peter is more powerful than Sylar, so I think this is a somewhat one-sided fight).
End spoilers
Overall, a fantastic episode, and one that is definitely keeping the momentum of the show moving. Unfortunately, all the momentum from the past 3 episodes hits a wall, as Heroes is on hiatus until April 23rd. Stupid sweeps.
Easily a 9.6 out of 10. One of these days, I'll come up with a better rating system.