This episode didn’t disappoint. What an episode. Hiro and Ando split up, Hiro meets the flying Nathan and Ando meets Niki, Claire recovers while her father has the quarterback’s brain wiped, Peter goes to see Issac and finishes his painting, and Matt remembers nothing of his abduction, starts to use his powers to stay with his wife but when he tries to use them for good it all goes wrong. Here’s how the episode panned out for me:
Before the title sequence: look at Nathan go, that’s cool.
Words: never noticed how cleverly they do the title sequence and other words that come up on the screen. Tim Kring, who created it, writes comic books and you can tell. Always moves the stories on.
Same guy – are Mr Linderman and glasses guy the same person? Just thinking.
Issacs painting look like comic strips.
Is the glasses guy/Claire’s Dad actually okay? He let Matt go and he seems fine (until the end), didn’t shoot Nathan and genuinely seems concerned about his adopted daughter.
Nathan annoys me, he should believe Hiro, after all he can fly. And Mohinder should believe Peter, although he’s had no proof so maybe I would act in that way too.
Peter thinks Issac’s painting are like comics too – good man.
Niki still has no idea what’s happening. Most of the other heroes do, she seems to be unable to control hers, or maybe she controls it subconsciously.
Ah maybe the glasses is bad, although he doesn’t kill the quarterback, he gets the bald guy to â€œhollow him outâ€.
DL – Niki’s criminal husband who’s on the run – escaped police custody again – I bet he’s got powers too.
Another episode that doesn’t mention Sylar. I’ve forgotten he ‘kills’ Issac in five weeks time.
Please don’t let the episode end, I want to know what happens next.
As ever it left me wanting more. The series is brilliant and each ending always makes me want more. â€œSave the cheerleader. Save the worldâ€ seems to be the new catchline and I can’t wait.
Oh, Hiro’s English is improving quickly isn’t it? As ever, more details can be found here.