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Sylarisgood: I have to agree with you about the ending, it is a good idea to think of the potential of possibilities. There is also a great problem in what happens if they screw it up. I knid of liked the idea of Sylar being good only because Zach did it so well. I'm crossing my fingers that if they return there will be some excellent writing and storylines in the next season. I wish they would just sit down and plan the whole season out much like with what they done season 1 where each episode has a role to play and things don't get compacted too much in any 1 episode.
I'm not sure the writers have made it obvious as to the change in Sylar. My guess is it is Nathan's personality has added to Sylar's and caused a permanent change and not the empathy ability from Lydia. IF Sylar loses all his powers, then the powers that cause him to feel love would also be gone, causing a revert to his previous self, unless of course it is actually Nathan's personality, which is not an ability but an addition and cannot be removed. I wonder though if the actual intent is to make Sylar a good hero and have Sylar team up with the other good heroes and introduce a new bad guy next season, if they get another season.
I liked the episode, it seemed to have that level of suspense that kept you watching. Just a comment, what do guys think about the fact that Sylar had already lost his powers in season 2, now the writers are making a suggestion about that being the answer Sylar is now looking for to solve his problem, surely Sylar would know since technically it wasn't that long ago in his life; and he was still a serial killer without his powers; its as if the writers are forgetting Sylar's own history. That's what I think.