Heroes: Season 3, Episode 14

Chapter One 'A Clear and Present Danger' (II) (2 Feb. 2009)

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Two months after the destruction of both the Primatech and Pinehurst, and the death of Arthur Petrelli, the now-villainous Nathan returns with a vengeance by persuading the U.S. President ... See full summary »

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Two months after the destruction of both the Primatech and Pinehurst, and the death of Arthur Petrelli, the now-villainous Nathan returns with a vengeance by persuading the U.S. President and the government to round up all people with abilities for containment and disposal, leading to Claire, Ando, Peter, as well as Tracy to become fugitives from the people who were their former allies. In Japan, a powerless Hiro tries to live through the super-charger Ando as his latest partner. In New York, Peter struggles to find a life for himself as a paramedic, but finds that his cannot hide from his past. Claire learns about Nathan's and Angela's plans for interment of people with abilities and sets out to warn Matt Parkman who learns more about his abilities from the spirit of the African spiritualist Usutu. Elsewhere, Syler travels to Baltimore to locate his long-lost father and ends up being the only one who escapes from a government dragnet led by a mysterious agent known only as 'the ... Written by Anonymous

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On the roof carpark, when Mohinder drives towards the black van, two of the men walk around from behind the van. As he stops the taxi, the same two men emerge from behind the van. See more »

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Nathan Petrelli: I can only imagine how you feel about me after - disowning you the way I did. It was selfish, arrogant, - obsessive.
Peter Petrelli: Those are your better qualities, Nathan.
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References Clear and Present Danger (1994) See more »

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I Don't Want To Set The World On Fire
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Music by Bennie Benjamin and Eddie Durham
Lyrics by Eddie Seiler and Sol Marcus
Performed by The Ink Spots
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A very intense beginning to the new storyline
25 April 2009 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

Well, the new "volume" is certainly starting off with a bang... This storyline feels bleaker and scarier than any of the previous ones, because the enemy isn't just one shadowy corporation, or even two competing ones, but the US government. And given the atmosphere of paranoia in the US since 9/11, that makes it feel disturbingly realistic. The atmosphere is much less comic book this time around and much more dystopian political SF.

It's lost none of its ability to keep me on the edge of my seat, either... the three episodes I've seen so far of the new volume have all been tense, suspenseful and effective. It's hard to see how this all could possibly end well, but it's very gripping seeing just how scary things are going to get before they maybe, somehow get better. And in the meantime, it's almost as effective as political commentary as it is as entertainment.


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