This episode has been very gripping so far!!!
maybe Claire and Tracy will take a bath together!
i thought peter new Nathan was dead. Didn't he help capture sylar? I'm confused
This episode was awesome! What will happen to Peter and SyNathan? What great destruction will Samuel cause? I can't wait to see the next one! I got that warm fuzzy feeling when Hiro saved Mohinder, but that soon became a prickly bittersweet moment since he left him in a mental ward. He should've just taken Mohinder back to India. What's wrong with Mohinder? I like having him around!
Super-cool! I loved this episode, and I thought the placement of commercials was very dramatic; though, always annoying.
Interesting thought: What would have happened if Nylar had gotten near Rene? Would he have morphed back into Sylar? I wanted to see, but oh well.
Fantastic episode; loved the speed of it and the tension, and LOVED that Mohinder's back!! Poor guy, though... And as for Samuel... I knew the guy was trouble. Major freaky.
I absoutely thought this episode was just amazing.
Having all the Heroes in one location and interacting with each other. They are beginning to come together in a common story with a common goal at hand.
Sylars mind and body coming together. There seems to be closure to this story and I just hope now that the real Sylar emerges and the Epic battle for Peter and him will come to pass.
Samuels background was gripping from start to end.
Mohinder was just amazing in this episode and I seriously missed him alot...he really does have a fan base and I LOVED the way he stood up to Samuel before hit got hit with teh rocks....man he couldve so taken Samuel on if their wasnt a cheap shot.
Tracy and Claires scenes together....Man i dont know about you guys but I was just Drooling in the bath tub scene with these two. They actually have good chemistry together....is this the first time they have had on screen time together though?
Peter and Nathans scenes are just great together....To see that dead body I WAS IN SHOCK.
Hiro saving Mohinder with a bulletproof vest (Totally Back to the future..lol. ..Marty and Doc) awsome
WTF Hiro....are you telling me that you STILL dont have control of your power....You were Using it pretty good to get to Charlie in Texas...
WTF Hiro...you put Mohinder in a mental hospital...the ONE PERSON ..that wants to FIGHT SAMUEL....WTF WTF WTF WTF WTF....come on dammmmmit.
I Hate you Hiro...your judgement is complete Bullshit...you and Mohinder shouldve devised a plan to stop Samuel together.
So here's what get's me...after "Nathan" touched Parkman's hand and "Nathan" freaked out and flew Peter to the top of the rocky whereever...Peter clearly took "Nathan's" power...the power to fly. WHY??? 1. Why, of all the power's in Sylar's/Nathan's body, why did he end up with the ability to fly? Is it because he CHOSE only to take that one so Nathan couldn't get away? 2. Is it possible that Peter acquired more powers than he knows? 3. Technically by taking the power that was in Sylar's body, he should have either acquired the Hunger...or all of the powers in that body, right??
NO BRAD. That is not correct. Peter can only take one at a time and he only took the flight to catch Nathan. No hunger, No multipile powers. This was explained specifically at the end of the last volume where Peter ONLY takes Sylars shapeshifting ability. I wouldve loved to see Peter take the Telekinesis. That way Peter would be a good match against sylar.
Yeah, I'm confused about that one as well, Brad S. I'm also confused as to why Nathan/Sylar didn't just go back to being Sylar whenever Parkman and him touched. Sure, I understand that Sylar has a lot of memories of Nathan inside of him, but he had that before he was changed into Nathan from the touching things and knowing their history power. I thought Sylar was going to "kill everyone even remotely involved". The only reason for him remaining Nathan I could think of is that he is trying to get closer to the people who screwed him, all sneakretive like like the Sylar we know and love.
Personally, I can do without Mohinder. He's always taking these stupid moral stands to things and then a couple episodes later completely going against them. He's so wishy-washy, and his stories never even come close to holding my interest. Plus, what was the deal with him getting killed, anyway? He saw the film, he knew that Samuel could control the earth, why oh why would he just stand there looking incredibly stupid as Samuel crushed the rock and threw it at him? He's got to be the dumbest smart guy on the show.
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