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Chapter Twenty-One 'The Hard Part' 

Hiro and Ando return from the future, and start looking for Mr. Isaac. Bennet, Parkman and Sprague are on their way to New York. Peter tries to convince Claire not to go to Paris, but this ... See full summary »

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Hiro and Ando return from the future, and start looking for Mr. Isaac. Bennet, Parkman and Sprague are on their way to New York. Peter tries to convince Claire not to go to Paris, but this gets much harder when she sees Thompson with Nathan. Written by Brian Tjoe-Nij

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Goofs

Initially in 1.8 Seven Minutes to Midnight, Dr. Suresh is told by his mother that his sister Shanti died when he was two years old. Later in 1.21 Seven Minutes to Midnight, Suresh states that his sister passed away shortly before he was born.

It's a bigger goof because the timeline of his birth is supposedly why his sister passed away in the first place. See more »

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Hiro Nakamura: [in Japanese] Now the hard part...
Ando Masahashi: [in Japanese] Why are you smiling?
Hiro Nakamura: [in Japanese] It's exciting. This is our chance to change the future.
Ando Masahashi: [in Japanese] But how?
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Features Buccaneer Woodpecker (1953) See more »

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Written by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
Performed by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
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This Episode Has A Major Fail In It
27 August 2013 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is an excellent episode. I have watched Heroes and I decided to watch it from the beginning. As I was watching it, I happened to notice something that I find it amazing the editor didn't pick up on it. When Sylar paints the explosion with his mother's blood on the floor, while the camera zooms out, and as he's saying he is going to be special, his mother's actress blinks. She's supposed to be dead and yet she quite obviously blinks. I never noticed it before, but it happens. The director should be looking for every possible detail to ensure good acting happens throughout the show. I would have given the episode a full mark but seeing that just made me laugh. Now I'm going to be keeping my eye out for any other fails people may have missed. But if anyone reads this try it out for yourself because that is an epic fail.


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