Heroes: Season 1, Episode 2

Chapter Two 'Don't Look Back' (II) (2 Oct. 2006)

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When Nikki wakes up, she sees the two criminals dead in her garage. She brings her son and finds a brand new Cadillac in her name and the bodies in the trunk, with instructions and a map to bury the corpses in the desert. Peter awakes in the hospital and his mother tells him that his father was depressed and committed suicide. When Peter decides to jump from the terrace of his building, his brother Nathan discloses that both can fly. Hiro is teleported to the Times Square and finds a comic book written by Isaac Mendez telling his saga. He goes to Isaac studio, finds him dead and is arrested by the police. A man pretending to be an exterminator bugs Mohinder's apartment, but he fights with the guy and is helped by his next door neighbor. In Los Angeles, the Police Officer Matt Parkman telepathically hears the voice of a child in a murder scene and is arrested as a suspect. Claire hides her heroic rescue in the fire and her evil stepfather discloses her abilities in her stolen tape. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Ando has a missing person poster of Hiro in his office when he was called by the New York detectives. The picture of Hiro provided for the poster is a promotional image of Masi Oka's character for the series. See more »

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Mohinder Suresh: We all imagine ourselves the agents of our destiny, capable of determining our own fate. But have we truly any choice in when we rise, or when we fall, or does a force larger than ourselves bid us our direction? Is it evolution that takes us by the hand, does science point our way, or is it God who intervenes keeping us safe?
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A darker, more entertaining episode than the first...
25 July 2007 | by (England) – See all my reviews

I was pleasantly surprised at the mature nature of the second episode of "Heroes". This is clearly a super-hero series aimed at an adult audience with gore galore and a serial killer on the loose.

Setting up more questions than answers, this cleverly written and directed episode is an exquisite torment. Just when I thought all the characters had been introduced, another hero appears in the form of "everyday" policeman, Greg Grunberg, whose power is he can read minds.

40-odd minutes flies by in a heartbeat watching this show. This is big-screen fun ported onto television...breathtakingly good.

Two episodes in and I'm addicted. As a latecomer to the series, I'm so glad I finally caught up with it.


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