"Heroes"

Beto

Active Member
#1
Has anyone been watching this show on NBC since it debuted in September? I absolutely *LOVE* this show and make sure that I never miss an episode. :D
 

and123

Well-Known Member
#2
Yup. The last episode FINALLY started to tie things together. There were too many "But who is....?" "Why is...?" "How did....?" "What the....?" in the earlier shows.
 

DWise1

Well-Known Member
#3
I've been watching it on SciFi Channel, which is playing the first six episodes tonight. I've been trying to get a few friends to watch it too.


PS
Just heard on SciFi that the next episode is the last new one this year.
 

Beto

Active Member
#7
I've been watching it on SciFi Channel, which is playing the first six episodes tonight. I've been trying to get a few friends to watch it too.


PS
Just heard on SciFi that the next episode is the last new one this year.
Yep! After Monday, December 4th, this show will be on winter break. Next week's Heroes looks interesting and I'm eager to see (have read a few spoilers) who's being brought in to the show in the next few weeks! :D
 

tj

New Member
#8
Yep! After Monday, December 4th, this show will be on winter break. Next week's Heroes looks interesting and I'm eager to see (have read a few spoilers) who's being brought in to the show in the next few weeks! :D
Heh, I must've read those same spoilers... You talking about one of the more famous actors who is going to play the dad of one of the heroes?
 

Beto

Active Member
#9
Heh, I must've read those same spoilers... You talking about one of the more famous actors who is going to play the dad of one of the heroes?
Yep! Plus a certain former time traveler from another tv show who's supposedly had their powers longer than any of the other heroes :D
 

tj

New Member
#18
I did.

As usual, I have more questions than answers after having watched it.

I was surprised that Sylar (sp?) wasn't free. I had thought he escaped when he killed what's-her-name.
 

Beto

Active Member
#19
I did.

As usual, I have more questions than answers after having watched it.

I was surprised that Sylar (sp?) wasn't free. I had thought he escaped when he killed what's-her-name.
He got stopped before he could leave. Oh and he didn't kill Eden. He was about to, using his usual method but she knew that if he got her power he would be even more dangerous and probably unstoppable. So she took away that option.

It's not totally necessary but to better enjoy the show it doesn't hurt to read the graphic novels on NBC's HEROES site. Each one ties into the episode that's just aired or gives insight into a new character that will be on the show soon.

Link: http://www.nbc.com/Heroes/novels/

The one showing the immediate aftermath of Eden's suicide/sacrifice...

http://www.nbc.com/Heroes/novels/novel_011.shtml

or

http://www.nbc.com/Heroes/novels/downloads/Heroes_novel_011.pdf

explains how Sylar got stopped.
 

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