Heroes: Season 3, Episode 16

Chapter Three 'Building 26' (II) (16 Feb. 2009)

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Imprisoned inside the super-secret 'Building 26' which is Nathan's base of operations to experiment and terminate people with abilities, Tracy struggles to survive various "heat" ... See full summary »

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Imprisoned inside the super-secret 'Building 26' which is Nathan's base of operations to experiment and terminate people with abilities, Tracy struggles to survive various "heat" experiments as well as wait for an opportunity to try to escape. While the ruthless Hunter Davko obsessively continues to track down the heroes with the obsession of killing them all, Nathan deals with the President of the USA who begins to investigate Nathan's activities and tactics to hunt down the "targets". Meanwhile, Syler continues his quest to locate his biological father with both help and inference from Luke Campbell, as well as government agents now after both of them. Hiro, Ando, and Matt travel to India to find a new ally with abilities to help them survive. In California, Claire faces the wrath of her father. Written by Anonymous

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After Claire saves that guy from the comic book store, they drive off in his Volkswagen. As they are fleeing, you can barely see the Volkswagen logo on the front of the car through a fence of some sort, but when they stop the car, the logo is gone. See more »

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Tracy Strauss: We both know what you did.
Nathan Petrelli: What're you talking about?
Tracy Strauss: Broken chain, unlocked door... You wanted me to escape. You know what? Next time I will.
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Sylar really does steal the show
25 April 2009 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

I really like the way they're handling Sylar this time around -- he's showing the perfect balance of just enough humanity to to be keep him interesting and avoid making him a stereotypical villain, and just enough really monstrous behaviour that we never forget what he is. He's definitely one of the most intriguingly complex villains TV has seen in a long time.

And the fact that they're also able to insert the odd bit of humour into his scenes despite the disturbing elements is great -- I laughed out loud at the "*Technically* I'm a serial killer" bit, and the song that came on the radio in the last car scene.

I do like many of the other characters too, but in this episode it didn't really feel like most of them were being used to their full potential. I particular, Hiro and Ando's subplot was kind of lackluster -- they're usually a delight, but this time around, not so much. But I suppose one of the down sides of having a cast as large as Heroes does is that they can't all shine at once...


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