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Good episode, not the best.
The rebel is peter isnt it?
Meh I have no idea.
Then why would he be surprised to see Clair at the places she was?
-Why don't they just have Parkman mind control Bennett to tell the story, like Parkman did with Angela.
-Interesting orbiting shots during the Four Weeks Ago flashback. Repetitive, really.
-Ah crap, a camera.
-Politics always messes things up.
-So Mohinder knew about this?
-Matt's definitely on a vendetta.
-No, Peter. It's a trap--, scratch that, okay Peter. Fly away while the others get captured.
-Oh wow, that's dark, Peter.
-Liar! She's dead!
-Whoo, nice save.
-Hmm, you'd think Suresh could break those chains and bar.
-WHOA! New floor painting!
Anyone notice that this episode was strictly on one group and one location rather than multiple stories and locations? No Sylar, no Hiro, no Claire.
Last edited by Lechnology (February 23, 2009 (11:45pm))
Ya, it's almost like it was another show or something. Less confusing, though not the good ol' heroes.
-Harriet Tubman and Underground Railroad, interesting analogies.
-Not jumping to Noah being Rebel just yet, at least its been narrowed down to someone in Danko's operation.
-Ha, boyfriend cover.
-Bahaha, telekinesis face-window-smack.
-You'd think from the Villain Volume Claire would expect more from her mother.
-Nice, very nice Parkman.
-That's a crappy fake ID.
-Doesn't Sylar have that history-reading ability?
-Awww, now they're bring up teen drama. I can see the same bull on GossipGirl.
-They're picking the escapees off one at a time.
-S4!t! Daddy Sylar killed Mommy Sylar.
-Wait, what just happened! Did Nathan just save Peter?
-Mr. Freakin' Rogers!
-Parkman being forced into a suicide bomber role, saw that coming.
-No popcorn...Wait, I thought Puppetman died!
Shades of Gray
-Puppetman's yanking their chains, or pulling their strings, badaba, *rimshot*
-He pushed the button, Holy Title Credit!
-John Glover? John Glover! Awesome!
-Wait, I thought Danko knew that Nathan had an ability.
-Flight or Invisibility. I'd go with invisibility.
-Don't kill the bunny!
-WHOO, Star Trek Trailer!
-Is Bennett playing both sides?
-Stupid agents, why do they always give out their position like that. What's the point of sneak attacks if you give your target a warning.
-Uh oh...Daddy Sylar wants that spontaneous regeneration.
-That oxygen tube effect looks fake.
-"You're just small game" BURN!
-There's a camera right behind Danko. It just stopped blinking.
-Ahahaha, Baby Parkman, WTF.
-Nathan? Nathan is Rebel? Can't be.
Last edited by Lechnology (March 9, 2009 (10:01pm))
I started of with this episode with great fear.
I mean, Claire helping the puppet guy a whole episode ? LAME
Oh no he is crying .... DON'T FALL FOT IT! fhoe... I guess she's a smart girl
Hey Sylar's daddy is that weird doctor from "Batman And Robin" And Sylar is spock...
hmmm.... Nathan in front of a big window with danko pist off and coming closer... what could happen....
Danko:Don't tell me you didn't know about this.
Me: That the background is definatly Greenscreened ? Oh yeah..."
Rebel HAS to be Micah. It's right up his comic-book-inspired way of thinking to rally everyone together and to choose a corny alias like "Rebel." Plus, everything that's happened involving Rebel has had something to do with electronics.
Last edited by quakefilms (March 11, 2009 (12:07am))
BAM! I'm RIGHT, suckas!
YES YES YES! I'm only halfway through the episode, and this is flippin awesome.
-Last I recall, Sylar was in Danko's apartment with a stuffed rabbit.
-Give up Rebel? Bad idea.
-So Danko is back in charge. S4!+.
-Lead-based toys, har har
-Parkman Jr is a technopath?
-Hmm so this is all Strauss managed to wake up. You'd think she'd free up some more heroes along with the main cast.
-Hiro's interpretation: power of animation. Meh.
-haha, ET stuffed animal closet bit.
-Micah hit puberty.
-Millie...why does she look so familiar...
-Is Matt's frame up the only thing on TV?
-HDTV-perspective: Daphne must be wearing some everlasting eye makeup there or someone put makeup on her while she was out of it.
-What is the significance of the umbrella.
-She's going to flash-fre--holy $4!+, she did!
-She blinked, creepy.
-Parkman flying? Oh come on! This is getting ridi--ah...dream sequence.
Other than Rebel's identity being revealed and Parkman Jr's power, this was a mediocre episode.
I'm not liking this series so much.
First series was great, anything could happen and I remember it being really tense, very different to the current series. Wasn't it the first episode where they actaully showed a family with their skulls sliced open? It looked horrible but it made it so good, a show about super heroes but people are having their heads opened.
Now we know where everyones coming from, theres no real surprise: Evil bold guy finds out Dad #2 can fly... except we already knew that, we knew that Dad #1 knew that and it was inevitable that Evil bold guy would find out sooner or later... not so intense.
Its just not so great compared to the confusing action and plot in the first series.
But then theres the other side of the coin, if they keep to much confusion then it gets worse, too (ie. Lost).
A few things I'm wondering:
Why on Earth did Peter take Irish-girl to disasterous future which can now never happen, leave her there and make no attempt to try and get her back? He basically destroyed that future and effectively killed her when destroying the virus. Couldn't have loved her that much at all then.
Didn't Peter use his radiation powers to destroy the virus? I thought that radiation + any plot device = super powers.
Why isn't Hiro being chased around the world?
Why can Matt use his precognition to paint wonderful pictures although he admitted he can't draw but Sylar can't?
Why, why, why on Earth would a top secret government organisation allow any device capable of capture images in to a room where they are doing top secret stuff?
Why did Sylar take the rabbit? Why did he leave it on Danko's desk? (Some weird back story between Sylar, Danko and bunnies?)
OK, I think I'm done.
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