Heroes: Season 1, Episode 13

Chapter Thirteen 'The Fix' (II) (29 Jan. 2007)

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Peter Petrelli learns the man in his dream is one of them and has the power to stay invisible. Niki Sanders is given a shot to sedate her. Hiro is determined to find the Samurai Sword. ... See full summary »

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Peter Petrelli learns the man in his dream is one of them and has the power to stay invisible. Niki Sanders is given a shot to sedate her. Hiro is determined to find the Samurai Sword. Nathan Petrelli goes to Mohinder Suresh to see if he can help Peter control his power. Zach goes to help Claire Bennet hack her father's computer in order to learn about her real mom and dad, but he and Claire are forced to lie about why he is there when Mr. Bennet comes home from work early. When Hiro Nakamura and Ando go to pick up the car, they are taken hostage. A psychiatrist visits Niki in prison to get her to confront her "multiple personality disorder". D.L. tells his son, Micah, that he is having money problems. The Haitian tells Claire that, according to Mr. Bennet, her biological mother died in an explosion. Zach shows Claire the paper about hers and her mom's apparent death. The kidnappers tell Hiro they want Ando and him to go back to Japan and stop their mission immediately. The Invisible ... Written by Anonymous

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In this episode, we learn that Mika possesses an ability - to make machinery work for him. Here, we see him emptying out an ATM. See more »

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When Micah empties his backpack full of money in front of D.L., the bills that fall out are $20 bills but have the portrait of Benjamin Franklin from the $100 bill on them along with the same serial numbers. See more »

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Mohinder Suresh: [voiceover] When we embrace what lies within, our potential has no limit. The future is filled with promise; the present rife with expectation. When we deny our instinct, and struggle against our deepest urges, uncertainty begins. Where does this path lead? When will the changes end? Is this transformation a gift or a curse? For those who fear what lies ahead, the most important question of all - can we ever really change what we are?
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Written by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
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The Invisible Man!
3 February 2007 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

***A few minor spoilers*** Chris Eccleston shows up as "Claude Rains", (obviously not his real name) and is going to mentor Peter on how to control his powers? Good role for the former Doctor Who. Speaking of Who, who is Clairebear's daddy? Someone we know, or someone we haven't seen yet? This show actually made me start looking forward to Mondays. Kudos to the cast, the writers and everyone else who keeps me pinned to the Telly for an hour every week. My only gripe with this show is some irksome continuity errors, some doubtful science and some broken promises. In "Homecoming", we were told we'd find the meaning of, "Save the cheerleader, save the world." Well, she's saved, but we still don't know why this is so important. Hopefully we'll find out before the season is over?


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