Originally posted by Super Shane SpearDon't forget that FutureHiro, like the rest of America, seems to be under the assumption that Sylar was the bomb, and only Peter and Nathan (and maybe a few select others) know the truth. FutureHiro's actions did save Claire (temporarily), but PresentHiro is going to attempt to kill the wrong guy.
My only question is why Sylar decided to never kill and absorb Parkman's powers. Surely mind-reading would be useful.
ESPECIALLY considering that Sylar's primary motivation is that he wants to be the ONLY person in the world with 'special' abilities...
Originally posted by kentishMy DVR cut off just as Sylar and Peter were about to throw down! Can someone fill me in on what happened?
Hiro is shaken from seeing his death and loses his confidence. Mohinder is bracing the door to the room, which is starting to buckle from the battle outside. At the last moment, Ando convinces Hiro that he *can* use his powers to get them home, and as the door looks about to explode in on Mohinder, Hiro and Ando vanish...
...and reappear on top of the building in New York, present time. "Now comes the hard part," says Hiro, as they look at a panel from the 9th Wonder showing him stabbing Sylar.
"As you may have read in Robert Parker's Wine Newsletter, 'Donaghy Estates tastes like the urine of Satan, after a hefty portion of asparagus.'" Jack Donaghy, 30 Rock
Proof I I'm not paying enough attention to Heroes:
Apparently Molly Walker, the little girl mentioned in this ep and referenced heavily in the promo as the one to maybe take out Sylar, is the same little girl that Matt found in the house WAAAAAAY back in episode 2. If you'll remember, she's the one Sylar tried to get at when she was under FBI protection. My mind...it is blown.
Now...if little Molly has super strength and glowing pink eyes, I will really start believing that this show steals liberally from the comics. ;)
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