Heroes Season 1 Episode 2: "Don't Look Back" Quotes
Mr. Bennet: I don't mean this to be condescending - even though you're gonna say I'm being condescending - but I really do believe this is an adult decision.
Claire: Yeah, you're right. That is condescending.
Claire: Dad.. Mind if I talk to you about something?
Mr. Bennet: You pregnant?
Claire: What! no..
Mr. Bennet: Doing drugs?
Claire: Cheerleading is hard work, hard treacherous work.
Mr. Bennet: Of course it is, sweetheart.
[ending voiceover] For all his bluster, it is the sad province of Man that he cannot choose his triumph. He can only choose how he will stand when the call of destiny comes. Hoping that he'll have the courage to answer.Mohinder
Where does it come from, this quest? This need to solve life's mysteries, when the simplest of questions can never be answered. Why are we here? What is the soul? Why do we dream? Perhaps we'd be better off not looking at all. Not doubting, not yearning. That's not human nature. Not the human heart. That is not why we are here.Mohinder Suresh
Detective Furakowa: He says he teleported here from Japan by bending the time/space continuum.
Cop: The time/space continuum?
Hiro Nakamura: Like Star Trek.
Cop: Funny, I've seen all the Star Trek. I don't remember seeing you anywhere.
[Hiro gives the Star Trek hand sign]
Mr. Bennet: Clairebear! How was school?
Claire Bennet: Very school-like. How was work?
Mr. Bennet: Very work-like.
[to Nathan Petrelli] Good luck on your campaign when I'm splattered all over the ground below!Peter Petrelli
Eden McCain: He told me he was being watched. I thought he was just eccentric...
Mohinder Suresh: I like that you didn't use the word 'paranoid'.
Mohinder Suresh: It appears the cockroaches are the least of my problems.
Exterminator: [Pointing a gun at Mohinder] Yeah, no argument there.
Mr. Bennet: Here's my advice, if you'll indulge me: just keep things light and fun as long as you can, like cheerleading.
Claire Bennet: Being a cheerleader is hard work - hard, treacherous work.
We all imagine ourselves the agents of our destiny, capable of determining our own fate. But have we truely any choice in when we rise, or when we fall,or does a force larger than ourselves bid us our direction. Is it evolution that takes us by the hand, does Science point our way, or is it God who intervenes keeping us safe.Mohinder Suresh