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Here’s your seven-minute preview of the Heroes Season 2 finale, Episode 11, “Powerless”. In it, you’ll see Mohinder coming home to find Sylar waiting with Maya; back at The Company headquarters, HRG is working over Elle, when Bob bursts in to break up their little talk; in New Orleans, Micah goes to Niki to help him save the captured Monica; and in Odessa, Texas, Peter and Adam Monroe proceeds on their mission to “destroy” the Shanti virus. It appears as if Peter’s duel with Hiro wasn’t much of a fight, because Peter’s still in one piece and Hiro is nowhere to be seen. Added: A second and third clip.
If you’ve been dying to find out who Victoria Pratt is, and how she figures into the Company and the Shanti Virus storyline, here’s your 90-second sneak peek at Monday’s “Truth and Consequences” episode. In the video preview, Peter visits a woman whose name is Victoria Pratt, and informs her about future events. She responds by pulling out a shotgun. Don’t you hate it when that happens?
Here’s your four-minute preview of Monday’s new episode, “Cautionary Tales”, the ninth episode in Season 2. In it, Claire and HRG duels verbally yet again (seriously, folks, didn’t we see this in Season 1 already?), as HRG prepares to move the family yet again; in the second clip, Matt and an awake Molly converses about normality; in the third clip, Mohinder meets Bob and Elle in California to prepare to “take out” HRG and Claire. Heroes Season 2, Episode 9, “Cautionary Tales” premieres on Monday, November 19th. Elle to Mohinder: “What’s your superpower? Punching bag?”
Heroes is already two episodes into its current 5-episode arc that will conclude with Episode 11, “Powerless”, which may or may not be the final Heroes episode of Season 2 — If the writer’s strike continues, then yes, but if the strike is settled by then, then no. Since we may all get our Heroes Season 2 finale sooner than we expected (or, obviously, wanted), let’s look on ahead at the three remaining episodes in what might very well be a very shortened Season 2.
Here’s another preview of tomorrow’s episode, “Four Months Ago”. This is a two-minute long preview with Mama Petrelli and Heidi Petrelli (Nathan’s wife, played by Rena Sofer) at the hospital, just after Nathan crashes back to Earth after his flight with Peter in tow via the Season 1 fianle. In the scene, Angela uses her slick tongue to drive Heidi away from Nathan. I guess we always knew that Mama Petrelli was a manipulator when it came to her sons and everyone around them, didn’t we?
Here is your three-minute preview of Monday’s “Four Months Ago” episode, which will fill us in on what happened to the heroes after the events of Season 1. The first clip picks up with Peter, meeting Adam Monroe for the first time — well, sort of. The second picks up with Peter again, this time at the Company and in the past; he meets Elle and Bob. The third clip has Niki at the hospital (hmm, wonder what happened to D.L.) when a mysterious man name Bob appears to offer his help, and tell sher about “new personalities” that may emerge as a result of Jessica’s “death”. Could one of those “fractured” personalities be a…nurse?
Here’s your three-minute video preview of next week’s “Out of Time” episode. There are three scenes total: Mohinder calls HRG for help, but finds him lacking (as usual); West and Claire’s “flying man” exploit becomes news that could expose them; and Bob warns Mohinder, Niki, and Matt about Maury, Matt’s father, who is coming for them.
WARNING! The following contains POSSIBLE MAJOR SPOILERS about upcoming episodes of Heroes, specifically Episode 11, but also beyond. I mean it, folks. Now all of this may or may not be true, and I’m not going to tell you either way, but it’s information that has become available publicly, which is why I’m posting them here. You may choose to believe them or not, it is your choice. So, once again, I’m going to tell you NOT TO READ ON if you don’t want to know about upcoming Heroes spoilers (if they turn out to be true), but for those of you who still wants to know? Read on…
Besides Peter stuck in the future one year from now, the other big mystery from last night’s “The Line” episode involves those prophetic paintings by the late Isaac Mendez, who apparently found time to paint them before getting his head sliced open by Sylar. What do the paintings mean? We already know that the first painting has come true, and we know how it all ends — with HRG’s death — but what happens in-between?
As always, NBC releases three scenes from the next upcoming episode, which in this case is Mondays’ “The Line”. There are three previews, totaling about 3 minutes and a half worth of scenes. The first features Bob and Mohinder talking about Monica’s powers, more Heroes 90210 melodrama from Claire and West as they conspire to get Claire into the cheerleading squad (yeah, it’s really Earth-shattering stuff, alright), and finally, HRG and The Haitian has someone handcuffed to a chair and, well, that never leads to anything good.