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posted by Miss_Dreamer
Mohinders Ability

Mohinder still had his ability in episode one of heroes, which suprised many viewers, in the episode Peter grabs Mohinders hand and then he has Mohinders ability. According to Heroes revealed.com 'Mohinder will no longer have his ability after Peter took it to excape a hairy situation.'

The Haition

Also according to Heroesrevealed.com The Haition may not be in many episodes in season 4:
"I don't know too much about it, to be honest with you, because I've not been doing too much in this volume."
The Haition
The Haition

It looks like Heroes will be travelling through time...

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posted by Rock_Smurf_77
Why is everyone trying to ruin heroes???

I am sorry if this annoys anyone but its been on my mind a while and needed to say it. Why is everyone complaining about heroes? Firstly they are all saying that they loved season 1 and it has gone downhill since, well that is your opinion but I don't think it has, it is still awesome telly. All i think is that it has changed which a show needs to do else it would be boring. I mean three seasons all like season 1 would be monotonous and boring and then you would be complaining about that. Also people are blaming the writers and cast for the show but to...
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posted by Miss_Dreamer
Holly Dale
Holly Dale
This episode was dircted by first time HEROES director, Holly Dale!

Holly’s credits:

I’m going to keep this one short. An cold took me down over the American Thanksgiving holiday and I'm prepping to direct Episode 19 so I have limited my time.

Only one or two notes:

The guys at Optic Nerve created a really cool appliance for Zach Quinto for the moment when Jack Coleman slits his throat. We shot film of Jack really cutting this appliance which gushed blood. It was freaky. But in post-production we found it more powerful to have Jack do the slice off-stage in a close up and then cut wide for...
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posted by Dragonclaws
Heroes is a dramatic show that has many common themes, such as sexuality and violence. A theme that runs between those two is that of rape and other sexual assault/violence elements. Some of Heroes’ sexual predators have been used to bring sex appeal to the show, engaging the viewers while simultaneously repelling them, while others are meant simply to disgust and terrify. Characters Brody, Doyle, Sylar, Flint, and even Elle to some extent have threatened our protagonists with sexual violence.

Despite having no powers of which to speak, Brody is perhaps the most disturbing. He doesn’t start...
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posted by rookyboy
I could not find any other way to get all this interview down other than put it into a soapbox article...

Q: Is everyone coming back for Season Two?

Kring: Well, I don’t want to spoil that for the fans. Clearly we left things up in the air with several of the characters and we want to make sure that the fans don’t know what’s going to happen so that it doesn’t spoil their [enjoyment].

Q: You said 24 episodes. Does that mean no one really died?

Kring: Again, you really just have to wait.

Q: But you’re keeping them available so you can bring them back?

Kring: Exactly, they’re all on retainer...
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posted by chels125843

- 3/4 cup (170g) granulated sugar
- 2 & 1/2 tbsp (20g) quick-cooking tapioca
- 1/4 tsp salt
- 4 cups (900g) fresh peaches (sliced, peeled)
- 1 tbsp (20ml) freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 9 inch (20cm) unbaked crust
- 1/3 cup (70g) brown sugar
- 1/4 cup (60g) flour, sifted
- 1/2 tsp cinnamon
- 2 & 1/2 tbsp (35g) soft butter

how to make:

1. combine granulated sugar, tapioca,salt, sliced peaches, and lemon juice. allow to stand for five minutes.

2. spoon peach mixture into unbaked pie crust, spreading evenly.

3. Mix remaining ingredients together until particles are the size of peas; sprinkle evenly over peach mixture.

4. bake at 425 degrees farenheit in main oven for 45 to 50 minutes, or until nicely browned.

5. serve warm, with vanilla ice cream :)
Nissan Versa.  Nissan Versa.
Nissan Versa. Nissan Versa.
Tim Kring is a genius. Masi Oka is a rockstar. Ali Larter and Hayden Panittiere are smoking hot. NBC's new show Heroes is the talk of the town and for good reason. But there's one very big and painful problem with the show that could only get worse with its popularity...selling out to big corporate ad dollars.

Never before have I seen such blatant product placement in a television show until the day I saw the pilot episode. Every time I see that Nissan Versa or the mention of it on the show makes me cringe. The Apple iPod video was a little less blatant, but irritating nonetheless. Product placement...
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posted by Miss_Dreamer

- "This is usually the part when people start screaming."

- "Turns out you're the villian, Peter. I'm the hero."

- "I remember you. You're like me, aren't you? I'd like to see how that works."

- "I wasn't begging for my life. I was offering you yours."

- "I am the natural progression of the species."

- Sylar: "You're broken."
Brian Davis: "What?"
Sylar: "Suresh was right, it's so clear now. How it all works...pieces fitting together. It is in the brain."
Brian Davis: "So you can help?"
Sylar: "Don't worry Brian...I can fix it. It's an evolutionary imperative." (crushes Brian's skull with a rock)...
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Doc Brown prepares to explain a timeline tangent in Back to the Future Part II
Doc Brown prepares to explain a timeline tangent in Back to the Future Part II
This article will be an attempt to describe the multitude of timelines featured in Heroes, a show with a heck of a lot of time travel and prophecy aversion. As of the end of the fourth season, there are twenty-nine (or seventy-four; see below) different timelines in the Heroes story – wow! Hopefully this can help with wrapping our brains around the complex plot. Note that this will not cover any alternate timelines that may be featured in the graphic novels, as I haven’t read all of them and I don’t have a good grasp on their goings-on. This is complicated enough already.

The first timeline...
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posted by Dragonclaws
Stylized synesthesia.
Stylized synesthesia.
link is a neurological condition characterized by the crossing of separate senses, allowing for perception of external stimuli to merge together. An example of such is to have sound appear to the synesthete as pulsing colors floating in the air. Heroes has introduced a synesthete character, Emma, whose stylized synesthesia is presented as a superpower alongside Hiro’s mastery of time and space. I initially found this handling of synesthesia insulting, but have somewhat cooled off after the reveal that Emma’s synesthetic ability allows her to supernaturally control sound in such a way that...
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posted by chels125843

- 8 corn tortillas (preferably bought the day before and left out to go stale)
- 1 or 2 serrano peppers (depending on how hot you like it)
- 3/4 cup (170ml) vegetable oil
- 2 tomatoes, cooked (boiled or roasted)
- 1 pinch dried oregano (preferable mexican)
- 1/2 cup (100g) Manchego cheese or Monterey Jack
- 2 tbsp (20g) chopped onion
- 1/2 cup (100ml) cream
- salt to taste
- water

How to make:

1. Cut the tortillas into 1" x 1" (2.5cm x 2.5cm) squares and, if possible, let them sit out a day before making the dish so they can get a bit stale.

2. Mix up the tomatoes into a blender with the oregano,...
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posted by Dragonclaws
Hiro: "I don’t understand. Takezo Kensei, the legendary Samurai master my father read me tales of is a gaijin?"
Hiro: "I don’t understand. Takezo Kensei, the legendary Samurai master my father read me tales of is a gaijin?"
When Heroes first aired, I fell in love with it. What a powerful show! Uh, no pun intended. Heroes really seemed to capture this feeling of realism, a part of which was its internationality. You really got the sense that people of all sorts are developing powers all over the world. Since the first season, however, the show’s quality has gone down, and has become increasingly ethnocentric and racist.

In the first season, we were introduced to the world of Heroes from the perspective of Indian scientist Mohinder Suresh. While there were several protagonists, many of them more recognizable to...
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posted by goalstopper
1=Best 10=Worst
By best i am looking for the most useful power and worst i am looking for, obviously, the opposite the useless.
1Peter-absorbs the powers that the other heroes he has met Who wouldn't want to fly,be invisible, time travel and the best part is he can never die. (unless glass is in your head)

2Sylar-knows how things work and steals powers he would be tied for the most useful powers, if he didn't eat brians (i know strange isn't it?), but still has many more powers than Peter does, like melting metal or superhearing.

3Claire-Instant healing
although this would be annoying considering...
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posted by harold
Most recent updates made on 7 December 2007.

This is an expansion of the forum thread, link, listing all the significant characters on the show and a brief description of what we know about them as of the most recent episode. This means that this is chock-full of spoilers, and should not be read by anyone who hasn't seen all the episodes or doesn't want to find out about character developments outside of the pacing of the show itself.

OK, with that caveat, here's the list, divided into three sections: characters with powers, characters without powers, and deceased characters. I've included only...
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posted by HeroesUnited
Save Heroes, and Save the World!
Save Heroes, and Save the World!
Save Heroes, And Save the World!

Join the Movement! Calling Every Member, of Every Group, on Every Site, Everywhere In the World.. United to take the stand and make a difference. Our Heroes need us now more than ever.. be a hero. Save Heroes and Save the World! For Up to date current info and latest Heroes finds go here.

1) The petiton for NBC itself. (read this entire bulletin befor posting)

2) G4 is going to air the entire series in September!
Staging a must watch event with every Heroes fan by then is important. To let G4 know how much interest there really is for heroes,...
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posted by Miss_Dreamer
I decided to write about all of the paintings in the second season of heroes....

The image: A man(Kiato Nakamura)lying in a pool of blood on the floor.
First Appearance: Lizards (season 2, episode 2.
Signifiacance: This painting decepts the dead body of Katio Nakamura after he has been murdered - thrown of the top of The Deveaux Building by Adam Monroe.
Event Occurrence: FOUR MONTHS LATER...(season2, episode 1)

The image: A young woman (Claire Bennet) lying on some steps- Presumubly Dead.
First Appearance: THE LINE (season 2, episode 6)
Significance: This is Claire Bennet after she...
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posted by docarzt
In the tradition of the "Nuts!" campaign that compelled CBS to resurrect Jericho by shipping hundreds of pounds of nuts to CBS's corporate offices, link has begun a movement targeted towards the networks and the AMPTP to urge them, through the nuisance of fan activism, to bring the strike to an end so our favorite show(s) can move forward.

Our plan is to have fans, as many as we can get, to mail the studio head of their choice a lovely, but very inexpensive, Roller Skate charm. A "Cheap Skate" for a bunch of Cheap Skates.

For this effort to work, we need to bring national attention to it. You can help by digging this article:


And of course telling fans everywhere to visit, sign up, and speak out at link.
Claire Bennett
Claire Bennett
The Claire Quiz, The answers are at the bottom under the questions. GOOD LUCK

1: According to Broody Mitchum in Collision, what does Claire never drink?
a:Plain Milk
b:Chocolate Milk
c:Orange juice

2: In season 2, Mr Bennet gives Claire a present, what is it?
A new dress
b:A car
c:A new cheerleading outfit
d:A golden locket

3:What does Claire's dad bring back from his 'Buisness trips'?
b:Teddy Bears
c:Cuddley Rabbits

4: In season two's Lizards, what does Claire retrieve for her mom from the pan of boiling water?
A ring
b:A coin
c:A cell Phone
d:Her Keys

5: What is Claire's family...
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Without a doubt Heroes was one of the huge breakout hits of the 2006/07 television season. The show almost cured me of my Lost addiction (at the very least it made up for Lost's lengthy mid-season hiatus).

One of the best aspects of Heroes was the series' creators willingness to "play for keeps". More specifically this meant that the stakes in the story were high. Characters would be sacrificed to propel the story along. Some would die tragically others might be "collateral damage". Either way, the writers' aimed to keep us on our toes and realize that the threat of death or permanent injury...
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posted by conheroes
One of my fav heroes is the many parts of Niki Sanders. The reason why i like her is because she is a single mother - her husband recently deceased - and trying to make ends meet.

I have read comments across various HEROES websites with such comments as "Kill her off" or "She the worst". I don't know why people are saying this because, every personality is another glimpse into the real Niki because she is after all one person - only fractured.

She has suffered practically all her life and i think that she should deserve more fans because she has one of the best powers on the show (strength) and...
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