Heroes: Season 2, Episode 1

Chapter One 'Four Months Later...' (II) (24 Sep. 2007)

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Four months after the events of Peter's explosion, we find the heroes at different places in their lives. Claire, HRG and family try to stay below the radar in their new town, but a ... See full summary »



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Ando Masahashi (as James Kyson Lee)


Four months after the events of Peter's explosion, we find the heroes at different places in their lives. Claire, HRG and family try to stay below the radar in their new town, but a classmate of Claire's with some powers of his own knows there's something different about her. Matt Parkman and Mohinder Suresh are now guardians of Molly Parker, who has been suffering from horrible nightmares about the man who is more evil than Sylar. Mohinder and HRG are still trying to take the company down. Kaito Nakamura and Angela Petrelli receive ominous notices of their impending deaths, clearly sent by one of "the elders". Nathan has pushed his family away and is in a very dark place, feeling that Peter has survived and is alive somewhere. In Ireland, we find Peter Petrelli is alive, but doesn't remember who he is. Maya and Alejandro, two new characters, are wanted for murder due to her accidentally killing multiple people because of her ability to host a plague. Written by L.E.M.

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When Ando and Kaito are on the roof, various satellite dishes are seen, none of which are pointed up towards the Clarke orbit (according to the latitude of New York City). Considering that they all seem to be pointed to the same azimuth, the should all point upwards at the exact same angle. Also, one disappears, leaving only the wall bracket in the wall behind Kaito's head. See more »


Angela Petrelli: You're drunk. Thank God your father isn't here to see you.
Nathan Petrelli: Or you, for that matter.
Angela Petrelli: You killed your brother. Drove Heidi away. Drove your kids away. If you followed our plan - if you'd done what you' were supposed to do, he would be alive now.
Nathan Petrelli: To think I almost listened to you. You're evil, Ma.
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Oh dear me! Why????
2 December 2007 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

I admit it - I was compelled to watch the first season more out of curiosity rather than being a real fan of this genre. Like most people, the cliffhanger endings are hard to resist even though you know you're being crassly manipulated to continue to watch what is effectively a sub-standard show.

And..... accordingly I was inclined to watch the first installment of the new season.

And..... it was rubbish. Only this time, the cliffhanger involved some of the worst paddy-whackery since Tom Cruise said "Roight ye are boss" and "Top of the mournin' to ye" in "Far and Away". For God's sake, there are so many Irish actors out there, even those have been born in the UK or the US that can at least provide some level of authenticity, what is the point in this shameful parody? After all, they made such an effort with the Japanese aspects throughout the series! I'll have to sulk now for a while...

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