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Chapter Nine 'Homecoming' 

As Homecoming approaches in Odessa, Claire's father makes an effort to save Claire's life. Peter, having tried to contact Hiro, flies to Texas in his effort to save the cheerleader. Hiro ... See full summary »

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As Homecoming approaches in Odessa, Claire's father makes an effort to save Claire's life. Peter, having tried to contact Hiro, flies to Texas in his effort to save the cheerleader. Hiro decided to head back in time in an effort to save the waitress, and Suresh can't get a dream out of his head and feels it has some answers about him and his father. Written by Moviedude1

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In the shot of Claire's mom explaining to her dad why she allowed Claire to sneak out to Homecoming, her lapel mike is visible. See more »

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Mohinder Suresh: [voiceover] We are, if anything, creatures of habit - drawn to the safety and comfort of the familiar.
Zach: Do they actually believe that grain is a vegetable?
Mohinder Suresh: [voice over] But what happens when the familiar becomes unsafe, when the fear that we have been desperately trying to avoid, finds us where we live?
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Hiro's Theme
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Written by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
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Best Hour of Sci-Fi/Suspense on TV Ever?
21 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Quite possibly the most exciting piece of Sci-Fi/Action on television ever broadcast! All of the episodes leading up to this moment were perfectly executed to bring the viewer to this glorious hour. Characters and plot lines all converged into a moment of tension and suspense unlike any other I have seen in quite some time. Not only was the main storyline of save the cheerleader, save the world beautifully dealt with, the back stories or side stories were not forgotten and also intertwined magnificently. This show is slowly but surely becoming my favorite program on television, right behind the already superb and amazing Battlestar Galactica. More episodes like this (probably impossible because then they would all be the best ever) and this show will be in my television hall of fame.


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