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'd like to talk to you about some ideas. I'd like your input, your - advice.
Peter Petrelli: Advice? What advice could I possibly give you besides 'Kiss my ass', Nathan?
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References Clear and Present Danger (1994) See more »

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The Worst episode of Heroes so far...
4 February 2009 | by (Istanbul, Turkey) – See all my reviews

Heroes... A TV show that completed three perfect volumes. Those 3 volumes includes every emotion and action. While some episodes contain mini-love stories, some do highly graphical action scenes. Anyway, it was pleasure to watch it. Thus, no other thing or person can stop me watch the first episode of the fourth volume. I watched it, and only idea what i get from this episode is waste of time. Yes I wasted my 45 minutes for this mixed up episode. The episode is really confusing, dozens of new stories added to the general story and it is hard to decide the characters which side they belong to. Mystery is always attracting but when it is overdosed -i mean excessive- it pushes people hard to get the stuff. Thus, Tim Kring must define the meaning of "creativity". Because adding too much story is not always meaning "to be creative".


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