first of all...yes i will agree that this season lacked a few things but to say that it was a complete waste of time is bullshit on the reviewers part...there is potential int he characters to get better next season this season was rock bottom and if the network agrees to a 5th season they will get better because now everything is changed and secondly i say fu to anybody who says that this whole entire show is crap
is there another site out there cause this sight is lame and the guy who runs it is a herb.
yes a whole 6 second fight with Samuel, and the he goes to jail? come on i wanted to see them fight the man that was suposedly a very powerful person. how boring so depressed. he went to jail omg.
So I do not hate heroes. Nor do i love it as much as I used to. I really wish there were more to the final episode...something big that would leave us excited for next season you know? I felt like there was no reason for this episode. Highly disappointing. Although I do kind of hope for one more season...just to have some closure.
if you hate heroes so much, why the hell you bother to write about it... you think you're so cool? well guess what, i'm sure lots of people don't like you anymore, i'd rather watch a bad show than being a person that anybody likes.... actually, i'm sure there are more people who like heroes more than people who will ever like YOU...
you should be nicer, seriously, you're just another annoying person in the world...
My favorite part was when Hiro wanted to teleport everyone away from the carnival. He didn't have enough power to do so. Then, Ando came in and said "Let us supercharge!". Amazing.
A very anti-climatic end to the season. Was there any doubt to what would happen? Honestly, I was waiting for some of the main characters to be killed off, but of course nothing really exciting happened.
Here's what I expect for the next season:
1. Because of the budget, most characters from this season will be written off.
2. Because of the budget, not alot of special effects.
3. Sylar will either lose all his powers or become evil again.
4. The HRG and Claire bickering will take up 50% of the episodes.
I think how the show telling us the side story via Graphic Novel is a problem.
I mean, Had anyone ever wonder where the hell is Hannah after two appearance on season one? (I found out by chance (one year later) that her story was wrapped up via GN :/)
The same problem goes for Tracy story.
@Writer- If you dont have time to conclude the story for the character on screen, dont write them in the first place.
Overall i like the season finale, (i might get bashed saying this :)) well, apart from Samuel's Grand plan-which was never actually grand. I like how Claire demonstrate her power (yeah, i know it 's out of nowhere-like you point out) bring me back to season one.
@MLhouse: Maybe my problem (if you may call) is i just enjoy wathcing this show's character interaction. I dont pay much attention to the hole or story line, (Though i totally agree on every plot hole you point out, but not to the same degree) I am maybe too naive, but i find it is my way of enjoying this train wreck as you call it. :)
If i were to write Heroes, I would introduce viewers some prophecy of X (or more) disasters after season one that await our heroes ( Each disaster for each season and blowing NY is just a small one). The viewers get to know the Shady Company each season pass... blah blah,....
well, Last paragraph is just my rant to show how i love this show.
@Derek: You can't really blame anyone for falling asleep during the last few episodes.
I agree that this season - and the whole show in general - has opened up several story lines that never really concluded (I'm still confused about the whole internment camp with Angela Petrelli, but maybe that's just me) or characters who's fate wasn't even attempted at being explained (like Rebel). But overall I like the show, they have had different villains and the whole point of this show is to show the development of people with abilities in a normal world. Of course things aren't going to move fast. That would be unrealistic.
I'm not a huge fan of this season, but I think there was a lot of development for certain characters. I have never minded HRG and Claire's relationship with each other and if anything the last two episodes have showed them NOT fighting and that Claire and HRG actually love each other. But they have always come from different angles so obviously they are going to fight. It's like being a Republican and Democrat. It won't change and that's the point.
I thought the ending was brilliant and I'm so excited that we're going to move beyond the "OMG WHAT IF THEY FIND OUT ABOUT US? OMGWTFBBQ!" that has basically dominated the last 4 years. We need to move away from that, if anything. I'm surprised no one tried to stop her, but at the same time I think it would have been inevitable, and there also wouldn't have been a way to stop her without showing *someone's* ability (i.e. Hiro transporting her away). I hope they renew for a 5th season because I think we'll finally get some new ideas and adventures.
And I am SO GLAD Sylar is not a villain anymore because seriously, that was what I hated about the first season. It was heroes trying to stop Sylar for 22 episodes! Did no one get bored with that plot?
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