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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When Claude realizes the reason why Peter can see him he exclaims "Fantasic - one of those." "Fantastic" is the catchphrase of the ninth Doctor in the Doctor Who (2005) television show. Both Claude and Doctor Who were played by Christopher Eccleston. See more »


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 »


[first lines]
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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The Fix is a slow-moving but still intriguing episode of Heroes
8 February 2007 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Peter finds the invisible man who tells him to stay out of his way and runs out of sight. Zach helps Claire find info on the computer about possible clues of her bio-parents whereabouts when her dad comes home early. Since Hiro seems to have lost his powers, he and Ando try but ultimately fail to run from their captors. At work, Horn-Rimmed Glasses guy (Claire's dad) has his doctor employee check Syler as he tries to keep him alive. Matt the cop has come home from a hearing suspended from his job for 6 months with no pay after his superiors' skepticism about his psychic experiences. Still in jail, Niki is now under the care of the station psychiatrist while her husband D.L. and son Micah are struggling. But Micah soon after uses his powers to get several hundred dollar bills from an ATM machine to ease his father's money troubles. Nathan and Mohinder team to find Peter to tell him about possible ways to control his powers. Peter runs from them as his brother and Mohinder run to the window thinking he flew but Peter's actually with the invisible man who agrees to help Peter in harnessing his powers more to his liking. Claire puts a chime signal in her window which the Haitian man answers with the two meeting at the construction site as they discuss the girl's bio-parents which Haitian answers that her mom died in a fire while he knows nothing about her dad. Zach shows a paper with the deaths of her mom and a baby girl mentioned. Claire was supposedly that girl. She later calls someone who turns out to be her mom who has the power to light fires. The captured Hiro and Ando are taken in a van and as they are led out they are face to face with...Hiro's dad! Matt finds out his wife is pregnant as they embrace making Matt happy despite his temporary unemployment. Syler had died under the doctor's watch but as HRG goes to pick the body he finds under the sheet that it's the doctor who's dead as Syler enters...While a bit slow moving, there were some intriguing things throughout such as the reveal at the end that Hiro's dad is played by Mr. Sulu himself, George Takei! How cool! Claire is smart enough to act nonchalant in front of her dad to avoid arousing suspicion but HRG may have known something when he saw the chimes still in his daughter's window. Is Matt's baby going to have any powers when it is born? Just what is that thing at the back of Syler's head? And why does Hiro's dad want to take him back to Japan? As always, I can't wait to watch the next episode. Until next time...

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