Everyone bashes season 3. But don't you think fugitives was good? Specially the Brian Fuller eps. Ignore 1961 it was overall good
This was a fantastic episode I thought. Had me hooked all the way through and on the edge of my seat. Massive improvement from the last few boring episodes. I do agree with some of the comments mainly the bassment thing, what was Parkman thinking? Overall though loved it
People seem to forget the last arc. Fugitives. I for one thought that was very strong and entertaining all the way through. Villians was the one that seemed to get too confusing and brought the negatives towards the show.
Its kinda optimism, I mean we still dont know Samuels master plan but isnt that the point to guess yourself without knowing everything? Maybe after 15 episodes we should know more I agree but just see how it plays out. Everyone kind of came together at the end of last nights to find and stop Samuel (HRG/Parkman at first and then Ando, Hiro and Dr at the end) Even Peter will now be going to the carnival. Not going to lie to myself alot of the season has been a mess (Sylar/Nathan thing could have been better and Hiro being a dumbass again)
As for Sylar and Claire. I had a feeling that HRG was talking to Claire who was actually Sylar in shapeshifter form. Maybe it will all link up in the next one but who really knows. I tend to not judge the episode and hope that by the last one everything comes full circle and makes sense, time will tell.
He's already dead, end of. Maybe its just a swerve to keep us guessing and shocked
There was also a plot hole where season 1 footage showed HRG with Issac to find Sylar saying nobody knows what he looks like. Yet in Season 3 HRG was blamed for turning Sylar into a killer with Elle. Speaking of Sylar was good to see him playing the full bad guy we knew and loved from Season 1 again, but why would he believe Hiro and make a deal, should have just killed him and Charlie right then. Enjoyed it, best so far and nice to go back to that time but too also annoying in some ways, HRG affair too seems pointless but that will no doubt be covered later in the series
Terrible news and I hope its not true and something and give us at least one more season. Oh really sorry but LOL@Picazo I love this show too but come on!
Why would Samuel actually kill Sylar? He like others just wants to use him as their weapon. I cant believe the review actually talked about the washing machine? Obviously a joke but still find something else to pick on
"I'm sorry, but I refuse to believe any will die until I see it. I've been asking for someone major to bite the big one for years, in order to up the stakes on the show, and it never happens" Erm Nathan? He was a major character and he died? Sure his likeness has remained on the show but its not the real Nathan and once Sylar is back to form whatever remains of Nathan will be lost.
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