When one of his forgotten abilities suddenly manifests, Peter and Caitlin get thrown into a crisis situation, and learn first-hand just how deadly the mysterious virus striking people with abilities can be. Suresh, Matt, Nathan, Niki and Bob band together to fend off the nightmare man's attack. Despite Claire's best efforts to keep them apart, West learns that the man who kidnapped him as a child is her father. Meanwhile, in feudal Japan, Hiro and Kensei's legendary journey takes a dramatic, final turn.
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"When Gotham is ashes, you have my permission to die." -BANE
he is dead, and so far, won't be coming back... what I'm saying it's the actor (Leonard Roberts) it showing up this season with new dialogue (even if it's just hallucination) and in the following episode (I think) to (I guess) explain a little bit more about his death...
it's the character returning, even though dead, one more time in the current season
... that, somehow, leaves hope for other dead characters to return to the show at least in a flashback
I'm thinking that the Nightmare Man saga will probably end with this episode, and that Matt's gonna truly start to tap into his full potential from now onwards. In fact, going by what Bob was saying, it's quite possible that Matt's (and his Dad's) ability could well be a command of the full spectrum of psionic powers out there. I mean, so far we've seen a display of telekinesis, the hearing of surface thoughts, telepathic communication, as well as some kind of mental attack which puts the target into some kind of dreamlike state, as well as some clairvoyance. The Parkmans could turn out to be pretty uber.
Not sure, but I'd say that it's been made pretty obvious that Matt is gonna be the guy who takes on his Dad and ends the threat of the Nightmare Man, which I don't think will be dragged out for too long, so I doubt it will be long before Matt gets real uber. The Company will probably give him some real quick and effective training.
Yes, he did. When Nathan was strangling the deformed clone of himself, he was actually strangling Matt Parkman. From what I could tell, in the desperation of the situation, Matt broke through the illusion(?) by sending a thought to Nathan that basically said "Nathan, stop, it's me, Matt!" Not those words exactly, but something along those lines.
I don't remember telekinesis, though, nmensfinest.
THIS IS WHAT WE'VE WAITED FOR
THIS IS IT, BOYS, THIS IS WAR!
i know this is a little off the conversation and even though i've seen most of all the episodes i think, but i can't stop wondering what the real thing that the heroes are trying to stop or save or whatever?????????? ...it's impossible to keep up and understand some of this...
first of all it seems like all the heros do one thing and then never have a plan for the next. secondly, is it a virus or a nuke or the evil heroes or what exactly is it that they want to stop?????????!!!!!!!!!!!!?!
I mean i like the show but it hard to understand with all this switching between characters and situations. Why is Hiro in the past when it's obvious that he'lll only cause trouble there?... Why is MR. Benneatt the way he is? and what is his whole goal that he wantsa to acomplish because all they doo is lead us on for like 2 seasons and we don't know what he wants, and what he does...or anything about the hasian???????!!!!
To be honest how did they get powers in the first place?!!!!!!!!!! and for the last time!... No one has answrs about the heroes powers so why does everyone keep looking for answers?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
But those quuestions don't even frustrate me as much as the question why they keep adding stuipd characters?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!