Sylar & Parkman Ordeal.....
is really similar to Nikki Sanders and her split personality problemPosted 10/29/2009 4:04:12 AM #
Yeah I though of that too when i saw it.Posted 10/29/2009 11:15:57 AM #
Man I wish they wouldn't have killed off Niki/Jessica and D.L. They really died for absolutely nothing, and it pisses me off every time I think about those stupid little bastards in New Orleans back in season 2.Posted 10/29/2009 12:33:33 PM #
yeah. Imagine Niki/Jessica vs Tracy. If they weren't played by the same actress anyway.
I was thinking... this isn't the first time Matt's power has absorbed someone else into it. Remember the African guy? Could it be the same sort of thing happening but with a more aggressive personality?Posted 10/29/2009 2:16:41 PM #
Ur right that is very true about the African guy! maybe we as fans sometimes overlook stuff the writers think we should understandPosted 10/30/2009 12:21:34 AM #
Maybe the writers are secret genius's and this all the plot holes do fit together in some mad way that we don't see.Posted 10/30/2009 9:59:25 AM #
Maybe the writers are being lazy.....they should end this Ordeal now pretty quick because its gone on for to long.Posted 10/30/2009 2:22:54 PM #
Okay yeah, they are lazy. Or they just write new seasons without taking the developments of the old ones into consideration, and we end up with a huge problem called the Caitlin File.
But I imagine any holes left over by the shows ending will provide potential for fan fiction, or even be continued in the web comic.Posted 10/31/2009 8:29:07 AM #
Personally, I love the Parkman/Sylar conflict. I also saw the Niki/Jessica comparison...but, it feels different to me.
* I never really got as attached to Nikki or Jessica as I did to Sylar and Parkman.
* Sylar, being in Parkman's consciousness, doesn't only have the power to take over his physical body. He can also make him see, think, and believe anything he wants. He doesn't really even -have- to take over.
* Although Sylar's still powerful against Parkman, it's still amusing watching him cope with his sudden loss of abilities.
* Jessica was only violent due to self-preservation. Example: She killed Linderman's men in the beginning because they were going to hurt her. Not only was she protecting herself, she was protecting Nikki. They were a team...one was just stronger and more violent than the other. But, they were still on the same side, shared the same mentality. The Sylar/Parkman situation, however, is different. Sylar isn't just a repressed part of Parkman. He's his own person and isn't exactly looking out for Parkman's wellbeing. They are by no means a team like Nikki/Jessica. They're downright enemies, each out to wreck the other. In my opinion, that makes it a lot more interesting watching them have to share the same mind.
But...yeah. That's just the way I see it. ^.^ Similar, but not the same.Posted 11/1/2009 5:02:36 PM #
It just occured to me. Over time, Matt has gained multiple powers. He started off with Telepathy, and then he met the African who taught him Precognition. Then suddenly the African dude appeared in Matt's head, showing up to tell him stuff.
And now Sylar's in Matt's head also. Wouldn't it be interesting if Sylar's power also got absorbed, like the African's power did? If Sylar's power is in the brain, I don't see why not since Matt's power is mind-based.Posted 11/2/2009 8:43:31 AM #
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