I wasn't sure what else to call this thread, but I was looking ahead at the NBC blurbs posted at HeroesWiki, and it looks like the Puppetmaster is slated to make a return in the episode The Fifth Stage, to air Nov. 30. This is also reported to be Adrian Pasdar's last show (sniff) and the title of the chapter certainly implies that some character(s) will have to deal with death.
Puppetmaster is another Villain that creeps me out....he is just perfect...and they should utilize him more.
Yes. Yes they should.
I also think the Nov. 30 show is the half-season finale, and we won't get another new episode until the new year. Makes sense, if they are bringing an end to Nathan, that it get this kind of treatment. I just don't know what I'll do with my Mondays through December with no Heroes.
Other sites are reporting that the show will be back on January 4th, and that it will take its original time slot 8pm/9pmEt. It will be a 2 hour episode also.
Jan. 4th that great the sooner the better, and with two episodes cant get better then that. I wish they pick up more episodes i red "Other sites" that this season only had 19.
i could have swore that sylar killed the puppetmaster for Danko and took his power. I think I just saw a major spoiler during the Bears game tonight. Looks like Peter and Angela are in for some major fun
Sylar captured the Puppetmaster, but I don't think he killed him. He just strung him up in Danko's apartment like he was caught in a spiderweb. I would hazard a guess that his fate was deliberately left cloudy, that way they could bring him back if necessary without having to resurrect another charcter.
remember when Sylar was making Claire drink wine with him? was he using the puppet power or his own power ? becuz i saw a preview last night that gave away way too much....let's just say its going to be an epic episode leading into next weeks episode before the break
Puppet Master survived. On the Season 3 DVD in the extras, theres a bunch of mini episodes that are meant to be tapes he's made to Claire to prove he's reformed. He's trying to lead a normal life now, but he still has villainous tendencies.
Its annoying because he uses his power to close a door. His power shouldn't allow that really, unless he's developing telekinesis.
Nick: Remember, Sylar is an empath now. Arthur taught him that, with Elle's help. He doesn't need to kill people to take their power; but that doesn't mean he WON'T kill people to take their power.
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