By TrinityVixen – Remember those string maps that Future!Hiro made to mark out where and when everything went to Hell? How come he couldn’t figure it out with all his careful planning, but our Hiro, brain-tumor and all, manages to change the past without royally screwing the future inside of two minutes? Even Samuel makes mistakes, which I wouldn’t previously have thought possible, so how does Hiro manage not to? Or has the future changed already and I just haven’t noticed because my own past has been rewritten? Does this mean One of Us, One of Them never existed? (Oh I hope, I hope, I hope!)
By Lisa Fary – Heroes, if you’re going to do an homage to Psycho, go all the way. Put Sylar in a flowery dress and have him kill someone in the shower.
By Lisa Fary – It’s flashback time again in the Heroes-verse. This week’s horrible memories set to inappropriate oldies belong to Mama Petrelli.
By TrinityVixen – I could be more excited about the Petrelli family coming together to fight back against the Super Gitmo Action Squad if their individual scenes weren’t overwhelmingly excruciating to watch.
By TrinityVixen – How is it that Bryan Fuller only has to look at a show and suddenly it’s one hundred times more enjoyable? Well, Swoosie Kurtz helped. (I miss her eye patch!)
By Lisa Fary – I hate to be hokey, but here’s the hero of tonight’s Heroes:
By Lisa Fary
Please let Claire grow up, take some martial arts classes, and break out of that damsel in distress box for good.
By Trinity Vixen
I’m afraid this might come as bit of a shock, but there was a Bad Dad on Heroes this week. I know, I know, what are the odds? It’s shocking that they would exploit that. (This show? Exploitative? Never!) Brace yourselves, we’re in for a rough patch here.
By Lisa Fary
A bomb. A city in danger. It always comes down to an exploding man.