Hiro's life hangs in the balance as his brain tumor worsens, prompting him to subconsciously deal with some of his past decisions. Meanwhile, Sylar pays Claire an unexpected visit to get answers as to why he isn't quite himself. Elsewhere, Samuel's plan to impress his long-lost love, Vanessa, takes a terrifying turn.
"When Gotham is ashes, you have my permission to die." -BANE
Last edited by S_D_J on Jan 13th, 2010 at 03:16 PM
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Thats easy...but what about Sylar killing peter her uncle..(though he did come back)..his own mother(which he admitted he did on purpose)....and claires real father....and lets not forget all the people he has killed...for fun and abilities.
Aww, I'd let bygones be bygones.
How can you not like a man with such fantastic eyebrows.
But yeah, you're right about the [SPOILER - highlight to read]: killing Nathan issue. That is cause for aggravation. I think she should mention that when she first sees Sylar instead of still whining about her own head. Something along the lines of [SPOILER - highlight to read]: "You bastard! You killed Nathan!!"
So all Sylars been about in the past was gaining powers. Makes sense!
Now all of the sudden jus like that he decides he needs to pull a complete 180 and start ditching all his powers somehow? Is it jus me or does it seem like the writers are so afraid of using Sylar for what he was created for, made popular for and the way he works that they're grasping at straws in writing him?
Seriously this new "I wanna get rid of all the powers I've been killing people for" idea is about the most idioic thing the shows come up with yet I think.
None of them sparkle!
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