|Sylar is after Claire. AGAIN. Eyeroll.|
Yep, that never ending muppet plot tends to repeat itself. I hope they will give thisone up if they do another season.
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i honestly liked this episode. i was laughing at Hiro's brain scramble trying to figure out the refrences before ando did. I don't think Sylar and Claire will be romantically involved (um ew) but he's looking for someone to understand him, and Claire has been aware of most of Sylar's acts, so she's the best person in his mind to understand and come to love him. When the tattoo was floating on him i knew it was gonna be claire, i remember when she asked him (when he first cut off her skull) if he was going to kill her and he ssaid no, that she was special and he couldn't kill her if he wanted to. soooo ya.
I liked how HRG didn't get that the carnies are a family shows the difference between humans and specials. i hope he gets killed HRG deserves it, but i do like Lauren. hope she gets a bigger role.
I could care less wether Mohinder gets rescued, id rather have charlie be rescued. i liked Charlie. i hope that hior gets his brain fixed and he and charlie can live semi happily ever after. Oh and what cool episode names, i mean sometimes i think their stupid or their in another language but i actually liked these, epsecially when you put it togtyer into one sentecne anyway thats it for me.
|i think that peter got the flying ability because that's the only way he can honor his brother's memory and reconnect with him. as you saw in "let it bleed" peter was having a hard time dealing with nathan's death and so he simply ran off into danger but now with the flying abililty he put his brother to rest and he can fly like his brother is still there.|
|So, KOP, on one hand I'm tempted to type toldyaso in all caps because I was right about Sylar not needing an in depth psychoanalysis of a person to take an ability empathically.|
|I kind of wonder if Hiro even realizes that Sylar didn't die at the end of season 1. As far as I know Hiro's been basically on the sidelines since then with the two never encountering each other since (other than Hiro going to the past) so it's conceivable, and would lend more meaning to Hiro telling Sylar that everyone's going to band against him and defeat him and he'll die alone (like at the end of the first season).|
|If he could do it with just clairsentience that would give him the ability to take people's powers by touching something they had touched and he would have had her power (and the powers of the other carnies) a long time ago.|
|He would have been able to take shapeshifting without hunting James.|
|Clairsentience gives him people's memories, not the ability to understand people's emotions.|
|Besides, we were never given any reason to believe that he took her memories|
|Did anyone else notice Peter got his powers back? He flew to the police site.. then had the Hatians powers and later took Claires powers before flying off again. Peter is gathering powers.. I think next he'll be looking for Hiro.. He wants the ability to heal and control time.. that's the only way to beat Sylar and Samuel at the same time.|
Interesting point. Although there's no evidence that Peter flew to the crime scene, when Claire arrived they were still talking about over the scanner, but they could have been talking about it for some time and Peter could have snuck out or used the fire escape.
However, I am curious whether the writers are going to return Peter's full powers, using the excuse of absorbing Claire's "special" healing power having somehow cured whatever Arthur Petrelli did to his son. He absorbed West's power now, and perhaps he'll discover that he has retained Claire's healing power.
Who knows? This show has to do something to break the inertia.
|i wounder y sylar couldnt use his finger skall opener power theres some thing wrong there|
|Samuel was protected by the power of plot armour.|
It's clear now that Heroes will struggle because there seem to be three factions:
Those who complain that this season won't be as good as Season 1 (time to move on from those thoughts, in my opinion)
Those who enjoy character development (if it's obvious enough: rmantic scenes, fighting, death, etc.)
Those who enjoy more action and less character development (Peter vs. Sylar fights, Noah interogations, etc)
We can't get our cake and eat it too.
I did enjoy Upon this Rock, a little more than Let it Bleed.
I thought upon this rock did give us more in depth about Samuel and his 'good intentions' by his attempt to gather everyone.
In fact in Let in Bleed it begins with a flashback (86 hours) but was there ever a moment when the episode was "Present Day?" or was the entire episode a flashback?
On a side note, nice to hear West's name again... although not actually seeing him.
Claire's anger and bitterness now can only be calmed by Peter, I predict she'll go 'over the edge' soon and who can stop her?
Sylar is usually the wild card. I can never tell if he wants to 'feed' or learn more about himself.
I'm hoping for a great finale, but only time will tell.
I can't believe the new camera work. Is somebodies kid behind the camera? What's with all the lens-flares and back-lights.The switching from a characters behaviour from left to right? The unbelievable bad special, as in on sale special, effect that floored Sylar.....pffff this show is loosing it.