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"Heroes" Chapter Eight 'Into Asylum' (2009)

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Director:
Writers:
Tim Kring (creator)
Joe Pokaski (written by)
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TV Series:
Original Air Date:
30 March 2009 (Season 3, Episode 21)
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Plot:
Denko is approached by Syler with an offer to help him to find an elusive shape-shifting person, despite the fact that they don't trust eachother... See more » | Full synopsis »
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Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Jack Coleman ... Noah Bennet

Hayden Panettiere ... Claire Bennet

Adrian Pasdar ... Nathan Petrelli

Zachary Quinto ... Sylar

Cristine Rose ... Angela Petrelli

Milo Ventimiglia ... Peter Petrelli

Kevin Alejandro ... Agent Jenkins

Jake McLaughlin ... Sligo

Zeljko Ivanek ... Emile Danko

Ramona DuBarry ... Tech
Dan Desmond ... Father Vance (as Daniel Desmond)

Manuel Urrego ... Janitor (as Manuel E. Urrego)

Bonnie Burroughs ... Female Coroner

Rolando Molina ... Motel Clerk (as Rolando Molino)

Frank Pacheco ... Hess

Zack Lively ... Rahul

Garrett Strommen ... Bernie
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Kelley Welte ... Olivia (uncredited)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Jim Chory 
 
Writing credits
Tim Kring (creator)

Joe Pokaski (written by)

Produced by
Jesse Alexander .... co-executive producer
Allan Arkush .... executive producer
Adam Armus .... co-executive producer
Greg Beeman .... executive producer
Jim Chory .... co-executive producer
Aron Eli Coleite .... producer
Nora Kay Foster .... co-executive producer (as Kay Foster)
Rob Fresco .... consulting producer
Bryan Fuller .... consulting producer
Cathy Mickel Gibson .... co-producer
Dennis Hammer .... executive producer
Michael J. Ketelsen .... associate producer (as Mike Ketelsen)
Tim Kring .... executive producer
Jeph Loeb .... co-executive producer
Lori Motyer .... producer
Joe Pokaski .... co-producer
Mark Verheiden .... consulting producer
 
Original Music by
Lisa Coleman 
Wendy Melvoin 
 
Cinematography by
Nathaniel Goodman (director of photography) (as Nate Goodman)
 
Film Editing by
Scott Boyd 
 
Casting by
Natalie Hart 
Jason La Padura 
 
Production Design by
Ruth Ammon 
 
Art Direction by
Sandy Getzler 
Bruce Robert Hill  (as Bruce Hill)
 
Set Decoration by
Ron Franco  (as Ron V. Franco)
 
Costume Design by
Debra McGuire 
 
Makeup Department
Wendi Lynn Allison .... key makeup artist
Lee Ann Brittenham .... key hair stylist
Erin Draney .... special makeup effects artist
Glenn Hetrick .... special makeup effects artist
Lori Madrigal .... key makeup artist
Lori Madrigal .... makeup department head
Richard Maybery .... special makeup effects artist (as Richard Mayberry)
Mark Viniello .... special makeup effects artist
 
Production Management
Cathy Mickel Gibson .... unit production manager
Pearl A. Lucero .... production supervisor (as Pearl Lucero)
Brenda J. Pulos .... production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Diane Calhoun .... second assistant director
Robert Scott .... first assistant director
Mark Ballou .... dga trainee (uncredited)
Terrence B. Zinn .... second second assistant director: simul unit (uncredited)
 
Art Department
Ross Anderson .... property master
Thomas J. Arp .... construction coordinator
Chris Clark .... set dresser
Fredderick Jackson .... set painter
Peter Kang .... set dresser
Trevor Larkin .... on set dresser
Frank Leasure .... propmaker
Tim Sale .... art consultant
Victor Anderson .... general foreman (uncredited)
Victoria Blake .... assistant property master: dayplayer (uncredited)
Dea Jensen .... set decoration buyer (uncredited)
Owen Martin .... art department assistant (uncredited)
Rebecca Rosenthal .... props (uncredited)
Victor M. Shannon .... plaster foreman (uncredited)
Hillel Chaim Smith .... on-set dresser (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
Kenn Fuller .... production sound mixer
Erich Gann .... sound editor
Stephen Grubbs .... adr editor
Stephen Grubbs .... sound supervisor
Ronald Hairston Jr. .... utility sound
Gerry Lentz .... sound re-recording mixer
Randal S. Thomas .... dialogue editor
David Torres .... foley mixer
Rich Weingart .... sound re-recording mixer
Bob Costanza .... sound effects editor (uncredited)
Thomas A. Payne .... boom operator (uncredited)
Chris Quilty .... boom operator: simul unit (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Gary D'Amico .... special effects supervisor
Blair Foord .... special effects foreman
 
Visual Effects by
Jeff Deflorio .... digital compositor
Spence Fuller .... visual effects artist
Eric Grenaudier .... visual effects supervisor
Kristin Johnson .... matte artist
Daniel Kumiega .... visual effects
Christopher D. Martin .... digital compositing supervisor
Megan Omi .... digital compositor
Mark Spatny .... visual effects producer
Brent A. Steinberg .... visual effects artist
Ryan Wieber .... digital compositor
Diego Galtieri .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Jon Rhinehardt .... digital compositor (uncredited)
 
Stunts
Clay Cullen .... stunts
Danny Epper .... stunt player
Tim Gilbert .... stunt coordinator
Henry Kingi Jr. .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Gavin Alcott .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Harry C. Box .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Harry Box)
Charles Crivier .... key grip (as Chuck Crivier)
Christopher Crivier .... grip
Damon Doherty .... rigging grip
Jeff Levy .... chief lighting technician
Jon Lindsay .... second assistant camera
Patriq Luo .... electrician
Mark Marcum .... video playback supervisor
Peter Mercurio .... camera operator: "a" camera
Robert A. Preston .... key grip simul unit
Bruce Sharp .... rigging gaffer
David J. White II .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as David White)
Ramian E. Williams .... rigging electrician (uncredited)
 
Casting Department
Keri Owens .... casting associate (as Keri Owens Luna)
Skip Robins .... casting assistant
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Matt Chase .... set costumer
Nancy Gould .... costume supervisor
Lisa Halperin .... set costumer
Nancy Jarzynko .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Dantonio Alvarez .... post-production coordinator
David Augsburger .... assistant editor
Megan Kukla .... post office coordinator
Bruce Motyer .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Jennifer Barak .... music editor
Michael Perfitt .... music engineer
Michael Perfitt .... music mixer
Michael Perfitt .... music recordist
Michael Perfitt .... score mixer
Alicen Catron Schneider .... music supervisor
Shenkar .... vocalist
 
Transportation Department
Michael Coady .... transportation co-captain
Frank Porras .... transportation co-captain
Brian Steagall .... transportation coordinator
Mark Webb .... transportation
 
Other crew
Carmen Chan .... assistant production office coordinator
Michelle Delgado .... assistant to executive producer
Erin M. Fitzgerald .... assistant to executive producer (as Erin Fitzgerald)
Dianne Ketchum Friedgen .... location manager (as Dianne Friedgen)
Steven F. Hasson .... location manager (as Steve Hasson)
Bill Hooper .... script coordinator
Timm Keppler .... assistant to executive producer
Chuck Kim .... executive story editor
Jim Martin .... assistant to executive producer
Stephen Foz McDermott .... assistant to co-executive producers (as Foz McDermott)
Valerie E. Norman .... script supervisor (as Valerie Norman)
Lawrence Pacheco .... stage manager
Liz Salinas .... production secretary
Jason Savage .... location manager
Margaret Scarpello .... production accountant
Nathan A. Aronson .... accounting clerk (uncredited)
Jamira Bryant .... accounting assistant (uncredited)
Meg Cassidy .... production assistant (uncredited)
Ron J. DeGuzman .... production assistant (uncredited)
James D. Dever .... technical advisor: military (uncredited)
Amil Fuentes Jr. .... production assistant: locations department (uncredited)
Tom Holzhauer .... production assistant (uncredited)
Jeremy Jacobs .... stage manager (uncredited)
Lauren Marie Peña .... photo double: Hayden Panettiere (uncredited)
Michael Shanahan .... assistant location manager (uncredited)
Aviv Surkin .... key assistant location manager (uncredited)
Harrison Wilcox .... clearance coordinator (uncredited)
Brett Young-Fountain .... accounting clerk (uncredited)
 

Series Crew
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Art Department
Karl J. Martin .... set designer
 
Sound Department
Javier M. Hernández .... boom operator
 
Visual Effects by
Marie Victoria Denoga .... compositor
Sid Jayakar .... digital compositor
Frank Lawas .... visual effects I/O supervisor
Patrick Thompson .... digital compositor
 
Other crew
Matthew Balzer .... production assistant
John Hinterlong .... key craft service
 
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The names of the 3 soldiers killed at the beginning of the episode is revealed to be Price, Whitman, and Holiday. The same names used in the film The Running Man (1987) for the previous seasons "winners".See more »
Goofs:
Revealing mistakes: In the very last shot, where Sylar and Danko drive away in their car, there are tire marks on the ground that partly lead directly under a street lantern which otherwise looks like it has been standing there for years. The lamp and the adjacent hedge look like movie props.See more »
Quotes:
[last lines]
Emile Danko:So how did that feel? Zipping up that body bag?
Sylar:Cathartic. Poetic. And tactically fortunate. It'll be a lot easier for us to operate... if everybody thinks I'm dead.
Emile Danko:If we do this - if we succeed - you'd be the only one left.
Sylar:Funny how that works.
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Soundtrack:
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3 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
Loved it!, 2 April 2009
Author: cuban_ze from Yugoslavia

*** This review may contain spoilers ***

I remember when I first started watching heroes, it was a day similar to this. Spring was starting and the day was lazy. I pressed play and expected absolutely nothing from Heroes, since I thought it was just another super hero show that will not be worthy of my attention, luckily I was wrong. The show was lifting and from that moment I just couldn't stop watching it. I patiently waited for the 3rd season and the Villains, which started strong but got to twirled up in its own twist. Then I lost my interest again and switched to Battlestar Galactica which kept me amused for a while, but then the last three episodes turned the new page for Heroes, I am once again the follower. Into the Asylum is one of the better episodes I watched and the highlight of the show is of course the ending that is simply brilliant. The Animals - We gotta get out of this place is just perfect match. It gives you that 70s vibe that is always good to feel, the vibe of something that is going to happen and that is going to be great. Although there is no cliff hanger at the end of the show I cannot wait for the next one, because they have finally realized that the real energy of the show is in the ordinary in these extraordinary people and that they don't need the big drama that surrounded every single sentence of our heroes, they just need to be down to earth as they were in the first season. They need not be idolized, the characters, for us to feel drown to them, they just need to get their human form again. And that is what the ending is giving to us, a simpler times and with that a much higher quality of the show. I loved it!

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