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GateWorld
October 20th, 2008, 07:10 PM
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Hiro heads to Africa on a mission to win favor with the "villains" of Pineheart, while Daphne is sent to bring Matt Parkman into the fold -- not knowing that he is looking for her, too. Claire and her mother try to save Meredith from the puppet master Doyla, and Sylar seeks help from Peter.

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the fifth man
October 20th, 2008, 07:47 PM
I thought tonight's episode was a very good one. Things are starting to really come together now.

Franklyn Blaze
October 20th, 2008, 11:52 PM
Not bad. Wasn't dragging or too fast, and yeah things are settling into place. Some things I noticed:

I didn't like the rehash of Issac. The precog roll was already done and now peter's mother is one too? I don't like time paradox or causality. It's the whole thing... "If you immediately know the candlelight is fire, then how did you end up in a fracking coma!"

Peter overwhelming syler? With all the powers between both of them that was a pretty lame fight, I'd even call it an epic fail. Syler can heal like Claire and she got up from being shot in the chest in a few seconds. How did Peter have time to drag him to an room? It would have been nice if Sylar had used some of the new powers he had stolen like the super sonic scream ability, something peter didn't have.

The ending wasn't very believable. If I had walked in on my dead father I would have been dumbstruck yes, but I also would have been wanting to get the heck out of there and get some answers. I would not want to give anyone in that room a hug! http://img530.imageshack.us/img530/1405/facepalmgu1.gif (http://imageshack.us)

Also you would think section 5 would be insulated from EM signals or anything psychics use to communicate, like magneto in x-men. I don't know if they are dumbing down section 5 to make the plot work or what but I thought it was kind of lame.

I might be overly picky, but I think the show has done well enough that I can expect a certain standard.

mr_kennedy
October 21st, 2008, 02:29 AM
pretty good episode

the good

claire bennett kicked ass in this episode
sylar/peter fight
hiro & ando

the bad

adam munro is dead :(
peter has no powers
arther petrelli
sylar/peter fight (could have been better)
mohinder

jds1982
October 21st, 2008, 09:25 AM
So at first I thought that Arthur Petrelli's powers were to dissolve people, or suck their life-force, and that's why Adam died. However, after he drained Peter I now think he simply absorbed Adam's power (healin/immortality), and Adam turned to dust because he was so old.

Phenix
October 21st, 2008, 11:29 AM
pretty good episode

the good

claire bennett kicked ass in this episode
sylar/peter fight
hiro & ando

the bad

adam munro is dead :(
peter has no powers
arther petrelli
sylar/peter fight (could have been better)
mohinder

Adam's death was certainly interesting. I wasn't expecting him to die. I don't really get why they felt the need to make Arthurdamn immortal. Adam's blood would have healed him. Also, why didn't Hiro just go back to grab him before the fear guy gets Adam. Thats the problem with time travel.

The good thing about the loss of Peter's power is that he no longer has Sylar's power. On the very bad side if Arthur absorbs powers then he is now an empath like Peter and is unbeatable by anything except for a well placed sniper round. I hope Sylar kills him and takes his power.

Yea, I actually like Sylar now. I'm buying into the need to understand bs. grr.

I still do not see why that'd make Peter want to cut open your head. He can read minds and all..

I liked Claire in this episode too. I hope they do not make her go all evil b/c she doesn't like her dad. She has another one....

flameling
October 21st, 2008, 02:38 PM
Overall, I liked the episode. Peter is finally using Claude's power again, how will Arthur use it though? I like how Claire went awesome on the creepy puppet guy. I think the Sylar/Peter fight could of been better, but I'm hoping for a good one towards the end of the season. The one thing I didn't like was how Adam died. And why did Peter give his dad a hug? Why would you give any of those guys a hug? And why wasn't he in more shock that dad was alive, I think Adam was more convincing there.

Jonzey
October 21st, 2008, 03:21 PM
So do you think the whole point of Peter going to the future to get Sylar's power was so his father would inadvertantly steal it (assuming he stole all the powers, I don't see why he wouldn't) and is now stuck with it, which may play a factor into beating him?

Phenix
October 21st, 2008, 03:51 PM
So do you think the whole point of Peter going to the future to get Sylar's power was so his father would inadvertantly steal it (assuming he stole all the powers, I don't see why he wouldn't) and is now stuck with it, which may play a factor into beating him?

by having him try to find a solution to 1/3?

MmmmMcKAy
October 21st, 2008, 04:28 PM
Very good episode. The puppet master guy was creepy and Claire kicked ass.
I'm surprised they killed Adam off(why bother bringing him back) and relieved that Hiro didn't kill Ando.
Peter's father is creepy too.
Mohinder is a loser and I'm sick of him!

entil2001
October 21st, 2008, 05:24 PM
This show is becoming increasingly difficult to review, not because of its complexity, but because of its chaotic inability to settle into meaningful plot threads. The story is propelling along towards something, as this complication-laden episode attests, but it’s hard to know what the endgame might be, beyond setting up yet another powerful villain from the days of the Twelve.

Arthur Petrelli may be the worst of them all at this point, because he has the ability to steal abilities (just like his sons Peter and Gabriel), but the process takes them from the original “owner”. This is an important distinction, especially for Adam, as it meant instant death. It also means that Arthur has immortality from Adam, a hunger for power from Sylar (via Peter), and a wide array of offensive and defensive powers from Peter. In short, Arthur is the kind of villain that Sylar was supposed to be by the end of the first season, only far more powerful.

Making him this powerful by the middle of the third volume should give the writers the opportunity to take the season in a logical direction. Arthur has been assembling those with abilities he wants or can utilize in other respects, but despite Angela’s best and equally questionable efforts, there’s no assembled team ready to counter Arthur at the moment. So for a little while, at least, Arthur will have his way.

Ironically, I think Sylar is going to be the focal point of the resistance against Arthur (in a nice bit of generational strife, harkening back to the second season). I think he’ll do it in the name of his mother, the only person who treated him as someone special. And in turn, he will make himself into something special, perhaps explaining the process how he could overcome the negative aspects of his ability. If the writers want to make something of this mess they’ve made, that’s the most direct way to accomplish it.

The trick is going to be making sense of the journeys for nearly every other character. In particular, Hiro’s journey is becoming a major annoyance. The second season supposedly advanced Hiro’s character out of his awkward phase into something more assured. This season, he’s once again the bumbling idealistic fool. Hiro is one of the most powerful of the metahumans when given the chance to express his ability properly, so why reduce him to a laughing stock?

I was relatively happy with the direction they took with Claire in the previous episode, but I’m not so sure what this episode was supposed to accomplish. Was this experience meant to toughen Claire by showing her what kind of animals have abilities, thus increasing her already potent fear of being victimized again? If so, then the writers didn’t quite sell it in that fashion. Instead, it felt like a way to pad the episode.

The time spent on Denise and Matt’s “first” meeting was a little better, because it began to explore some of the divisions growing among the metahumans and Denise’s faltering faith in the rightness of her actions. Similarly, it was great to see Peter and Sylar have a little family spat while they still could. But I have no idea what Mohinder’s role in all of this will be, or why Nathan and Tracy had to wind up in his clutches.

I can speculate that Mohinder’s ongoing work to find a cure to remove abilities will eventually succeed, despite Peter’s trip into the future, and the result will be a weapon that could be used to defeat Arthur Petrelli at the end of the “Villains” arc. Perhaps that’s why the next arc is called “Fugitives”; one would imagine that Arthur’s minions would run for the hills and need to be apprehended.

The problem with “Heroes” is the same as it’s been since the first season finale: wasted potential. The first season had its issues, but it still made a strong case for future growth. The first season finale was a huge letdown, and the show has struggled to find itself since that defining moment. There are some great ideas and good stories here, but I don’t think these writers are still capable of making them work.



John Keegan
Reprinted with permission
Original source: c. Critical Myth, 2008
All rights reserved
Link: http://www.criticalmyth.com

mr_kennedy
October 21st, 2008, 05:36 PM
Adam's death was certainly interesting. I wasn't expecting him to die. I don't really get why they felt the need to make Arthurdamn immortal. Adam's blood would have healed him. Also, why didn't Hiro just go back to grab him before the fear guy gets Adam. Thats the problem with time travel.

the way he died sorta reminded of star trek nemises the romulan senate scene

s09119
October 21st, 2008, 06:31 PM
Arthur Petrelli is now essentially invulnerable. The only person who could have countered him effectively was Peter, but now that he's powerless, it's up to Sylar (who has far less powers at his disposal). Also, I don't think Mr. Petrelli will have the "hunger" issue, as he is far older and more experienced with his abilities than either of his sons.

Phenix
October 21st, 2008, 07:11 PM
Arthur Petrelli is now essentially invulnerable. The only person who could have countered him effectively was Peter, but now that he's powerless, it's up to Sylar (who has far less powers at his disposal). Also, I don't think Mr. Petrelli will have the "hunger" issue, as he is far older and more experienced with his abilities than either of his sons.

I think he will have the hunger. The need to cut their heads open is not needed by him or Peter. I think the writers made a mistake showing Peter cutting into brains. It would have been much better if he used Parkman's ability to have them tell him what he needs. Peter's use of Parkman's ability would have also pushed the plot forward quicker and perhaps created a tighter storyline. Heroe's lives on the gotcha moment.

Of course the real question is how does Peter get his powers back? Does Peter get them back from Papa Petrelli.

ZeroPoint
October 21st, 2008, 07:51 PM
"Arthur Petrelli is now essentially invulnerable."
It's been said in a number of threads that Peter couldn't be fought, but he's been taken out two episodes in a row. Surprise will trump powers. Hiro gets beat up by a precog with a shovel twice in 5 minutes........

"how does Peter get his powers back?" Maybe Peter's only power he has left is the power copying but he hasn't tried it. Peter doesn't think/plan too much.

I'd like to see someone with not much raw power, but the skill/knowledge to use it to its fullest capability. This person would be truly dangerous.

Commander Zelix
October 21st, 2008, 08:09 PM
Arthur Petrelli is now essentially invulnerable.

He's not invulnerable, but wait until he hug the Haitian guy (after rendering him unconscious)...

the fifth man
October 21st, 2008, 08:12 PM
What a great question. How will Peter get his powers back? Somehow, I don't see his Dad just giving them back to him. Maybe Hiro will have to come into play on this one.

Commander Zelix
October 21st, 2008, 08:43 PM
What a great question. How will Peter get his powers back? Somehow, I don't see his Dad just giving them back to him. Maybe Hiro will have to come into play on this one.

Its hard to know. Most probably the use of the complete formula. Also possibly Dr. Mohinder experiment. Or the new heroe, that we will see for the first time in episode 7, which can transfer power from one person to another ;).

Spimman
October 22nd, 2008, 09:13 AM
Ofcourse, the Hatian could always be used to help kill Arthur or any other powerful "Special"

I really liked this episode, I'm interested to see where it goes and how Peter gets his powers back.

JanusAncient
October 22nd, 2008, 11:38 AM
I'm also interested to see how Peter gets his powers back. It was disheartening watching him lose them, but to all things there's a time and a place. I think that if Peter was able to touch his father there's a chance he'd be able to steal his powers. Unless his father was somehow able to take Peter's base ability.

gkyun
October 22nd, 2008, 12:13 PM
This ep was certainly the most interesting one. I was really surprised that they killed Adam off just like that. I was expecting him to have a bigger role in this season, well there goes that... :(

My guess on how Peter will get his powers back would be the formula as well, or even Mohinder's mutated one. But then it'd be an awful waste considering all the other powers Peter's absorbed are gone and he'll be starting afresh.

Shade_of_Chulak
October 22nd, 2008, 02:48 PM
I'm also interested to see how Peter gets his powers back. It was disheartening watching him lose them, but to all things there's a time and a place. I think that if Peter was able to touch his father there's a chance he'd be able to steal his powers. Unless his father was somehow able to take Peter's base ability.

Am I mistaken in thinking he would have had to have taken his base ability if Adam was killed by losing his power?

knowles2
October 22nd, 2008, 05:11 PM
I'd like to see someone with not much raw power, but the skill/knowledge to use it to its fullest capability. This person would be truly dangerous.

Well we that African guy who is not overly powerful but uses his intelligence amplified his ability to over come more power people. I I think he the key, the one who will fit all the dots togeather and lead us to defeat Arthur petreli.

Theirs also a good chance their someone else here manipulating events behind the scenes, someone we have not met. Things are coming together a bit to easily for Arthur.

I think that fight between Peter and Sylar was a tad pathetic but I kind of hoping they were saving money there, for a big battle scene involving multiple heroes and villains at the end of the series.

I think Mohinder evilness and desperation is pretty good I just have not figure out how he will fit into the storyline. He probably gonna developed away to remove people abilties, but how this gonna be used in the storyline is not so. I do not want them simply injecting Arthur and he powerless. Their got to be something bigger planned.

Who is controling the company now?, I mean all their leaders are dead or disabled, I wonder if their anyone else waiting in the wings.

I think it a shame that Heiro is not using his own company resources more. It be interesting to see scenes like getting people check the company that he has just been handed their business card out.

Personally I want to see a serious side to him instead of the chuckles brothers or Laurel and Hardy impersonators we seem to have at the moment.

Clair and the puppet masters scenes were cool. I like the way she got back up after just being shot. Through I wish the scene lasted longer and their game has some sought of consequence at the end, instead it was all wrap up nice and neatly and did not developed her character nearly enough as it could of done.

Still do not see the point of the Nathan story line at the minute or how Linderman fits into all this, would not surprise me if even Arthur was seeing him. Do anyone knows if he is actually dead or Alive?

I think I covered all my points.
Whole and I would not presume the current villains will be the fugitives on the run next season, I mean would not it be more fun if it was our heroes on the run.

JayShadow
October 22nd, 2008, 08:26 PM
I'm also interested to see how Peter gets his powers back. It was disheartening watching him lose them, but to all things there's a time and a place. I think that if Peter was able to touch his father there's a chance he'd be able to steal his powers. Unless his father was somehow able to take Peter's base ability.

Pretty sure the base ability is gone. Good thing this season is all about a shot that gives people abilities. I'm gonna assume the ability it gives is whatever comes naturally to that person.

JanusAncient
October 22nd, 2008, 11:16 PM
I was just hoping since Peter had so many abilities that his father perhaps didn't have time, or the inclination to absorb that one, that he'd give his son a chance to regain his powers. How does the shot work? Would it give Peter his original base ability, or something new, I know that it depends on the persons genetic code, but if there's a chance in the show, the writers will probably find a way for Peter to keep his base ability after his father's attack.

Jonzey
October 23rd, 2008, 10:57 AM
Still do not see the point of the Nathan story line at the minute or how Linderman fits into all this, would not surprise me if even Arthur was seeing him. Do anyone knows if he is actually dead or Alive?


No. Linderman is dead. Daphne and Nathan see him, but he is just being projected into their minds by Parkman's dad, who is manipulating them for Arthur.

Jonzey
October 23rd, 2008, 10:58 AM
I loved when Hiro walked into the tent and called out for ''Mr African Isaac!''

knowles2
October 23rd, 2008, 12:12 PM
No. Linderman is dead. Daphne and Nathan see him, but he is just being projected into their minds by Parkman's dad, who is manipulating them for Arthur.

cool. I guest that must of been told to us in the 5 ep which I aint seen yet.

Shade_of_Chulak
October 23rd, 2008, 08:20 PM
cool. I guest that must of been told to us in the 5 ep which I aint seen yet.

I don't think it has been told to us yet but it does make sense for Daphne at least. I haven't looked closely to see if Parkman's dad has been shown near Nathan.

JayShadow
October 24th, 2008, 09:33 PM
I don't think it has been told to us yet but it does make sense for Daphne at least. I haven't looked closely to see if Parkman's dad has been shown near Nathan.

It was explained in episode 5, like they thought. He hasn't been seen near Nathan, but he's talked about making Nathan see Linderman.

eri-chan
October 24th, 2008, 11:37 PM
hmm adam adam adam...

i didn't like how he died off so easily. but i'm more than willing to bet that he comes back somehow. he was in mama petrelli's future vision after all.

and if authur petrelli simply took powers, why the heck did adam die? that didn't make sense. his ability stopped him from growing old because his body was constantly renewing the dead cells in his body. i mean, isn't that why people grow old? with adam's ability gone, wouldn't he just have become a normal human being?

Camelot
October 25th, 2008, 03:54 AM
hmm adam adam adam...

i didn't like how he died off so easily. but i'm more than willing to bet that he comes back somehow. he was in mama petrelli's future vision after all.

and if authur petrelli simply took powers, why the heck did adam die? that didn't make sense. his ability stopped him from growing old because his body was constantly renewing the dead cells in his body. i mean, isn't that why people grow old? with adam's ability gone, wouldn't he just have become a normal human being?

Maybe his ability doesn't renew the cells in his body, it just prevents that they die so without his ability he dies immediately because his cells dissolve.

I think Hiro is the only one who can save Adam by going back in time and stop Arthur from taking his ability.

Dutch_Razor
October 25th, 2008, 05:03 PM
He's not invulnerable, but wait until he hug the Haitian guy (after rendering him unconscious)...

That will be interesting, will he be unable to hijack the Haitian's power, or will he get it?

@ the review: I thought that it was Daphne, not Denise?

Shan Bruce Lee
October 29th, 2008, 02:50 AM
A lot of the stuff that's happened in season three feels scrambled in my head and it's hard to remember exactly which episode it happened in but the thing I remember specifically about this episode was that they showed us that Peter's powers don't really make him as invincible as he can sometimes seem. I'm glad they did that.

Matt G
November 19th, 2008, 04:47 AM
1. Fake blood = nice!

2. "That's strange...*doosh*" :)

3. Scratch Monroe the only way anyone could.

4. Not sure where Daphne's going.

5. Nice one Claire.

6. Don't like Mohinder as a bad guy at all.

7. OK, how the hell is Arther going to get taken down?

V.good ep though.

airrick
November 20th, 2008, 05:23 PM
Why didnt Claires real mother just set the building on fire? I mean she cant be burned by her own fire and Claire wouldnt have been killed had she even been there locked up somehwere.. the only person that would have died would have been her captor.. I find it slightly stupid to assume she has to do something physical to trigger her fire abilities.. and he wasnt able to control their mental facilities just their movements..

why then?

Myn McGeek, Third Sentinel
January 29th, 2009, 05:31 PM
So at first I thought that Arthur Petrelli's powers were to dissolve people, or suck their life-force, and that's why Adam died. However, after he drained Peter I now think he simply absorbed Adam's power (healin/immortality), and Adam turned to dust because he was so old.
But.... that doesn't make sense to me. Wouldn't he just continue aging from that point on? And be as vulnerable as anyone and all that?


Adam's death was certainly interesting. I wasn't expecting him to die. I don't really get why they felt the need to make Arthurdamn immortal. Adam's blood would have healed him. Also, why didn't Hiro just go back to grab him before the fear guy gets Adam. Thats the problem with time travel.
Right before Adam died he was begging Arthur not to do it by saying that he could still be useful to him, which implies that it wasn't at all necessary that Arthur kill him, he could have just taken his power and thrown him out the door.
As for Hiro not going back to get him.... plot hole. He could have.


This ep was certainly the most interesting one. I was really surprised that they killed Adam off just like that. I was expecting him to have a bigger role in this season, well there goes that... :(
Same with me.... and I was very disappointed that he got cut off like that. Seems like bringing Adam back was just a plot device to make Arthur a bigger and badder baddie.


hmm adam adam adam...

i didn't like how he died off so easily. but i'm more than willing to bet that he comes back somehow. he was in mama petrelli's future vision after all.

and if authur petrelli simply took powers, why the heck did adam die? that didn't make sense. his ability stopped him from growing old because his body was constantly renewing the dead cells in his body. i mean, isn't that why people grow old? with adam's ability gone, wouldn't he just have become a normal human being?
That's exactly what I was thinking. About why he shouldn't have died simply from losing his powers, I mean. And like I mentioned earlier, he begged for his life by saying that he could still be of use to Arthur, which to me implies that Arthur killed him because he wanted to, not because it was just a side effect of taking his power.

But... I'm not so sure he'll be back. I'm not sure how they could do that without it feeling like another plot device... Not that that's beneath TPTB. :P


Maybe his ability doesn't renew the cells in his body, it just prevents that they die so without his ability he dies immediately because his cells dissolve.

I think Hiro is the only one who can save Adam by going back in time and stop Arthur from taking his ability.
That's a possibility, I suppose. But still, it seemed to me that it wasn't because he had taken his immortality. I guess it was kind of open to interpretation, though.

Oh, I hope so. And when and if they do kill him for good, I'd want it to be a little more meaningful and NOT feel like a lame plot device. :P

garhkal
January 10th, 2016, 02:36 PM
Not bad. Wasn't dragging or too fast, and yeah things are settling into place. Some things I noticed:

I didn't like the rehash of Issac. The precog roll was already done and now peter's mother is one too? I don't like time paradox or causality. It's the whole thing... "If you immediately know the candlelight is fire, then how did you end up in a fracking coma!"[/spoiler]

Well, it's already been established there can be more than 1 person with the same power, but i actually liked the African guy..


[SPOILERS]
Peter overwhelming syler? With all the powers between both of them that was a pretty lame fight, I'd even call it an epic fail. Syler can heal like Claire and she got up from being shot in the chest in a few seconds. How did Peter have time to drag him to an room? It would have been nice if Sylar had used some of the new powers he had stolen like the super sonic scream ability, something peter didn't have.

It seems all of their fights have been rather 'lame'..


The ending wasn't very believable. If I had walked in on my dead father I would have been dumbstruck yes, but I also would have been wanting to get the heck out of there and get some answers. I would not want to give anyone in that room a hug! http://img530.imageshack.us/img530/1405/facepalmgu1.gif (http://imageshack.us)

Same here. Especially since he 'screwed' mother over'...
But is it me, or are ALL the petrelli's megalomaniacs??


Also you would think section 5 would be insulated from EM signals or anything psychics use to communicate, like magneto in x-men. I don't know if they are dumbing down section 5 to make the plot work or what but I thought it was kind of lame.

You would think. BUT since Eli's outburst was rather unexpectedly strong (after all it did kack over syler for a while) maybe it overloaded what protections they had..


So at first I thought that Arthur Petrelli's powers were to dissolve people, or suck their life-force, and that's why Adam died. However, after he drained Peter I now think he simply absorbed Adam's power (healin/immortality), and Adam turned to dust because he was so old.

Since i got into this whole shebang, i looked up most of the characters online (heroes wiki), and that is exactly what he does.. He steals your powers much like the son of Claire did with her and Hiro.. Which is why Adam died.. He was so old he just crumbled away.


Very good episode. The puppet master guy was creepy and Claire kicked ass

He definitely creeped me out. BUT i wonder.. is he worse than parkman's dad??



My guess on how Peter will get his powers back would be the formula as well, or even Mohinder's mutated one. But then it'd be an awful waste considering all the other powers Peter's absorbed are gone and he'll be starting afresh.

according to the Heroes wiki, Arthur does the same to Sylar(gabriell) and so he also has to start afresh..


I think Mohinder evilness and desperation is pretty good I just have not figure out how he will fit into the storyline. He probably gonna developed away to remove people abilties, but how this gonna be used in the storyline is not so. I do not want them simply injecting Arthur and he powerless. Their got to be something bigger planned.


They are doing a real good job showing his desperation cloud his judgement.


Who is controling the company now?, I mean all their leaders are dead or disabled, I wonder if their anyone else waiting in the wings.


Mama Patrelli stepped up after 'gold finger' got capped by Sylar. BUT who's in charge now she's out of it?? honestly i don't know.. Heck maybe Noah is?


I think it a shame that Heiro is not using his own company resources more. It be interesting to see scenes like getting people check the company that he has just been handed their business card out.


That is true. He is now the head of a massive company with lots of resources.. Why doesn't he think to use that?


Still do not see the point of the Nathan story line at the minute or how Linderman fits into all this, would not surprise me if even Arthur was seeing him. Do anyone knows if he is actually dead or Alive?


It looked to me like 'linderman was just an illusion in the head of those folk put there by daddy parkman.


No. Linderman is dead. Daphne and Nathan see him, but he is just being projected into their minds by Parkman's dad, who is manipulating them for Arthur.

What i would like to know though, is since Parkman's dad is supposedly so strong, WHY is he so affraid of Arthur?? Just trap his mind like he tried to do to his son...


That will be interesting, will he be unable to hijack the Haitian's power, or will he get it?

IMo that depends on whether the Hatian's "power blocker power" can be overwhelmed or not. If so, then yes arthur could take it..