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SEASON TWO!!

 
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offworldgirl




offworldgirl

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OMG, you mean I'm the first person to post here about Season 2 of "Heroes" and we're only a couple days away from Episode 3 already?!? How did that happen?

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Ok, so far I'm liking it just as much as last season. Hiro's story in 1600's Japan is definitely the best part. I'm surprised at how the Bennetts aren't doing anything to change their appearances, even though their supposed to be "hiding out." You'd think changing hair color/style would be a given, and the very least Mr. Bennett could do is change his frickin' glasses! I would have thought he'd be more adept at not being found while he's trying to bring the "Company" down. Speaking of which, there's the whole sub-plot with the apparent upper-management of the Company being systematically killed off (including Hiro's dad and an attempt on the life of Ma' Petrelli while she was in a police station of all places. Meanwhile, Peter (thankfully) is NOT dead (which might also explain the previews clearly showing Sylar alive and well, though they might be flashbacks - who knows, haven't seen them yet). Peter, though, has to rediscover his powers and identity - and answer the question of just who the heck chained him up in that shipping container that was supposed to be full of iPods?

Lastly, does the Company know Suresh is part of Bennett's plan to bring them down? He seems to quite freely discuss the plans over a cell phone of all things! Like the Company doesn't have THAT bugged!? Oh, and having that conversation in his late father's NY apartment? Bet that's under surveillance too!

Just like last year I can hardly wait for the next episode to see what happens - brings a whole new definition to a "case of the Mondays" don't it? LOL

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cooky37




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I'm Surprised that they are recycling powers already.

Part of me hopes Hiro hooks up with the Black Smith's Daughter and brings her back with him. But that isn't very Heroic.

Will someone shut that man up
NEVER!
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rayman




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This season didn't start off to good for me, they were new characters being introduced to quickly, while our favorites only had a few minutes of screen time during episodes. The Hiro back in time storyline wasn't very interesting to me, I guess it was to introduce the big bad guy Adam. Peter in Ireland was very boring plus Claire whining about not being normal. There are only 3 episodes left, and they say this might be the end of the season because of the writers strike. This could be a good thing, the producers can start all over for season 3.

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fringey




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I really enjoyed this year, so far, even if it is the last till next year. Unfortunately, Heroes:Origins isn't gonna happen either, so we may be Hiro-less for quite a while. Evil or Very Mad

Patrick
a.k.a. Fringey, The Fringe Element
"A life lived without passion is a life not lived.
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