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Chapter Seven 'Cold Snap' 

The identity of "Rebel" is revealed with chilling consequences - Emmy Award-Winner Zeljko Ivanek, Brea Grant and Swoosie Kurtz Guest Star.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ando Masahashi (as James Kyson Lee)
Janice Parkman (as Lisa Lackey)
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The identity of "Rebel" is revealed with chilling consequences - Emmy Award-Winner Zeljko Ivanek, Brea Grant and Swoosie Kurtz Guest Star.

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23 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Hiro and Ando are watching Baby Matt Parkman. Hiro unplugs the TV and we see it is a 3-pronged plug, but when we see lying on the floor, it is a 2-pronged plug. See more »


Hiro Nakamura: [in Japanese] Heroes change the world. Not diapers.
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References Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982) See more »


Heroes Theme
Written by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
Performed by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
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Completely blew me away
27 April 2009 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

This isn't just the standout episode thus far of this volume -- it's one of the standouts of the whole series. Not one but two really stunning, emotionally hard-hitting climaxes to two different story threads, both of which nearly had me in tears.

I'm trying to avoid spoilers here, so I can't get too specific, but there's a major act of heroism from a really unexpected source, and really moving, if ultimately futile, romantic gesture, and both were incredibly well done.

Also, it was cool to see that my guess as to a particular mystery individual's identity turned out to be right.

Honestly, the only flaw in this entire episode is that the opening scene involving Danko and (indirectly) Sylar was a little unconvincing. I can't quite accept that a highly trained special-ops military sociopath walks into his apartment and finds something there that he didn't put there (at the end of last episode) -- and and his response is to go in the washroom and start shaving? Unless there was a time lapse between the two during which he actually searched the place thoroughly... One can only hope.

But really, a slightly weak beginning was more than made up for by the rest of this amazing episode. If they manage to keep up this pace for the rest of the volume, it may even surpass season 1.

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