Heroes: Season 3, Episode 15

Chapter Two 'Trust and Blood' (II) (9 Feb. 2009)

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Following the plane crash, the surviving heroes must team up with one another to try to survive the manhunt. Claire is quickly captured by Noah who takes charge of a "kill squad" to find ... See full summary »



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Ando Masahashi (as James Kyson Lee)


Following the plane crash, the surviving heroes must team up with one another to try to survive the manhunt. Claire is quickly captured by Noah who takes charge of a "kill squad" to find the remaining people with abilities while Nathan deals with the overzealous 'hunter' Emile Danko whom becomes obsessed with tracking down all people with special abilities in his own lethal way. Mohinder and a powerless Hiro must rely on Matt Parkman's spiritual guide to help them. Daphne makes contact with Ando to help her find Matt, unaware of the people now targeting them. In New Jersey, Syler takes refuge in the house of an agent and tortures him to try to get information to what's going on and he forms an unlikely alliance with the agent's son Luke Campbell. Also, Peter teams up with Tracy to look for help, while she begins having second thoughts about running. Written by matt-282

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25 April 2009 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

Well, this was a hell of a hard-hitting episode, with some interesting character development thrown in as well.

The way it was framed, with Nathan's phone call alternating with flashbacks to the events he's discussing, was very effective and at times made for some excellent creepy foreshadowing.

Nathan is so difficult to figure out -- at times he really seems sincere about everything he's doing, and at other times he just seems like a cynical manipulator, and it's impossible to tell when he's actually being real -- or even if "real" has any meaning any more where he's concerned. Sometimes it seems like he may not even be sure himself what his real motivations are. In a way, he's creepier when he does seem sincere. It's kind of reminiscent of that quote that "Human beings are perhaps never more frightening than when they are convinced beyond doubt that they are right." Tracy remains an fascinating, if not entirely likable, character -- it was interesting watching her loyalties and judgment wavering back and forth -- I just wish she'd actually manage to do the right thing once in a while. And Matt showed a harsher side of himself this time around than we've seen before.

And I really like the way Sylar's being handled in this volume, but I'll write more about that in my comment on episode 16, since he really stands out in that one.

All in all, a very intense, and at times gut-wrenching, episode - if volume 4 can keep up this pace, I'll be seriously hooked.

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