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Heroes has delivered a lot of great moments during its four-year run, but some are more pivotal to the show’s mythos than others. In honor of the show’s vastly entertaining four seasons, and in celebration of the upcoming Season 4 on DVD, here are the Top 4 Most Pivotal Moments from the show’s four seasons. Let us know what you think, and what are your Top 4 moments from the show.
Here is your official discussion thread for tonight’s new (and the last of Season 4) episode, 4.19, “Brave New World”. After this episode, we’ll have to sit back and wait for NBC to officially announce if they will renew the show for a fifth season, or if this will be the series finale. Time will tell. Until then…
Here’s your official preview for next week’s October 12th episode, Heroes 4.05 “Hysterical Blindness”, which will feature, among many things, the (sorta) triumphant return of Sylar (and goodbye, Nathan?), and of course, that much talked about lesbian kiss between Claire and her college roommate Gretchen. The episode will also introduce a new hero that we haven’t seen before, while Peter and Emma find time to bond over Emma’s powers.
Samuel wants Peter for his Carnival, but for what nefarious purposes? Matt is starting to realize that having Sylar inside his head is more than just annoying, it’s downright dangerous. Meanwhile, Claire’s BFF drama continues; what is the deal with Gretchen? Hopefully some answers to these questions, and more, in tonight’s new Heroes episode, 4.04, “Acceptance”. Here is your official discussion thread.
Nathan’s not feeling like himself lately, probably because, well, he’s not himself. Will Nathan finally realize the truth? Angela certainly hopes not. Meanwhile, Tracy Strauss has put her Building 26 revenge phase behind her and seems ready to return to her old life. That means another appearance by Babylon 5′s own Bruce Boxleitner. And what exactly does the Carnival have planned for Peter? Here’s your official preview of next week’s episode, Heroes 4.04 “Acceptance”.
Matt’s going a little bit nuts with Sylar in his head, Nathan/Sylar is starting to realize he’s not who he thinks he is, and the mysterious Samuel has begun his plans to gather more heroes, but for what purpose? The third episode of Heroes Season 4 continues with “Ink”, which will introduce a new hero played by Deanne Bray who will enter Peter’s life. Meanwhile, more hijinks in college with Claire and that oh-so-creepy looking new friend of hers. Here is your official discussion thread for tomorrow’s new episode, Heroes 4.03, “Ink”.
Hiro’s time-traveling again, Samuel and the boys are making their move, Claire’s getting into all sorts of trouble at college, and Sylar is starting to assert himself in both Nathan’s body and in Matt’s mind. And that was just the first two episode of Heroes Season 4. What’s next for our heroes? Will Peter’s life-saving kick get him in trouble? Will Angela finally realize saving her boy through Sylar ain’t the smartest thing in the world? And what’s the deal with Claire’s dopey, kinda (really) creepy new BFF Gretchen? Here is your official preview of next week’s episode, Heroes 4.03, “Ink”.
It’s been a long and dull Summer without Heroes, but after a long wait, the show returns for its fourth season tomorrow night, Monday, September 21st, with a two-hour premiere consisting of the first and second episode of Season 4, “Orientation” and “Jump, Push, Fall”. New heroes, new villains, and new storylines are expected in Volume 5: “Redemption”. This is your official Heroes Season 4 Episode 4.01 and 4.02 Discussion Thread.
NBC has finally released the official synopsis and description for the 2-hour premiere of Heroes 4, which will consist of episodes 4.01 and 4.02, “Orientation” and “Jump, Push, Fall” and return to the airwaves September 21st, 2009 in the usual’s regular Monday night timeslot. If you’ve been keeping up with all the footage and news coming out of Comic Con and elsewhere, you know that the heroes are once again apart as Season 4 begins, and a new villain in Robert Knepper’s Carnival Ringmaster is introduced. Claire is now in college, and her campus storyline will remain a big part of the early episodes, while Hiro is in dire straits. Matt is haunted by his actions at the end of Season 3, and Angela tries to keep Nathan from discovering the truth. Tracy is also back, and hooks up with HRG, while Peter is out there trying to save lives a paramedic again. Here is your Heroes Season 4 premiere preview.
Heroes Season 4 begins September 21st, 2009 in its usual Monday night timeslot, but before that happens, get caught up on the previous season as Heroes Season 3 arrives on DVD and Blu-ray September 1st, 2009.