Heroes Round Table: Eris Quod Sum

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Welcome to our 17th Heroes Round Table.

While fans of the show gather in the forums to discuss every character and story line, our staff comes together every week to analyze the latest developments from the latest episode.

Topics in this edition include: Sylar's motives; Elle's return; and Maya's farewell. Let's get to the Q&A...

Do you trust Sylar?
A. Hiro: I trust him to continually change sides every episode, further clouding an already-confusing series of story lines.

Milover: I actually do. As this chapter is proving, no character is purely good or purely evil. He seems to be turning toward the light.

Timex: Not as far as he can throw Peter.

Any final words for Maya?
Timex: First off, I am very impressed with how quickly you picked up English. Maybe you can teach a class to other immigrants on how to learn English during the off season. Oh, and goodbye, you won't be missed.

A. Hiro: Good riddance.

Milover: I hope you find a peaceful beach hideaway and never come back. Ever. Never, ever come back.

Will Daphne turn on Parkman?
Milover: No way. He can read her mind, so he'll always be able to remain a step ahead.

Timex: Didn't you see the future? They're married and have kids. I'm thinking she's going to be a good girl and get knocked up soon.

A. Hiro: I doubt it. The expression on her face, even after her phone call with Arthur, was one of pained conflict. She likes Matt.

Were you happy to see the return of Elle?
A. Hiro: Yes. But can they please kill off Tracy, Mohinder and Parkman now that they have an interesting character to take their place? This show has to trim its roster.

Milover: Not really. No offense to Kristen Bell, but the show has enough characters to keep track of already.

Timex: Wow, I was nearly Forgetting Sarah Marshall until she returned. Now that she's back they better not let her go the way of Adam Monroe or I've lost two of my absolute favorite characters. So yes, I'm very happy.

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