Heroes (2006–2010)
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Chapter Thirteen 'Dual' 

Noah, Claire, Angela, and Meredith find themselves trapped at the Primatech by Sylar who locks them in the building and subjects them all to various mind games. Meanwhile, Matt, Daphne, and... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Noah Bennet
Ando Masahashi (as James Kyson Lee)
Meredith Gordon
Flint Gordon


Noah, Claire, Angela, and Meredith find themselves trapped at the Primatech by Sylar who locks them in the building and subjects them all to various mind games. Meanwhile, Matt, Daphne, and Ando seek refuge at the Mendez loft where Daphne plans to steal a sample of the power-giving formula to give to Ando who wants to rescue the powerless Hiro still trapped 16 years in the past, who continues to struggle to find his true origins with his younger self. Back in the present, Peter faces off against Nathan, Tracy and the security detail at Pinehurst to stop Mohinder from reproducing the formula, and finds allies in the form of Knox as well as Flint who also want to stop the production of the formula, leading to a fiery showdown for all. Written by Anonymous

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15 December 2008 (USA)  »

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Sylar has the opening dialogue in this episode. He is the third character as per this episode to narrate after Mohinder and Nathan. See more »


Matt explains how moving faster than the speed of light will allow someone to move back into time, but this is incorrect. According to the Special Theory of Relativity when moving faster than the speed of light, the time dilation will become a complex number instead of a negative number. See more »


Young Hiro Nakamura: My mother would say, if you can fix it today, you won't have to worry about it tomorrow.
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References The Wizard of Oz (1939) See more »


Heroes Theme
Written by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
Performed by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
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Everybody is a hero
19 January 2009 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

I never liked show's like this, with all the hero/superpower stuff in it, so I didn't look at heroes at all until some day I was bored and decided to watch the first season and I think it was great.

But now, coming in to the third season, this show isn't getting anywhere. At the beginning of the show there were only some people with superhero powers, only a few guys were special, now it starts to look like there are more people with superpowers than people without and that kills the show.

You can compare it to the Matrix, in the first Matrix there was agent Smith, a guy with powers who scared the crap out of every viewer. In reloaded, there were like 1000 agent smith's which took away the scare factor, you couldn't take it serious anymore, the same thing is happening to Heroes.

At first, Peter was the guy with all the power so it was great seeing him in action. Now there are like 3 or 4 people that have his power or even beyond that and that sucks. Peter has now become a regular guy just like the others.

A movie about superhero's can be great, but in my opinion there should be always one superhero that can beat everybody else, no matter how much power they have and they should've given that role to Peter. It would make the show so much more exciting.

Although season 3 becomes a little bit better, this show will die if they don't start to fix things right now.

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