Heroes: Season 2, Episode 7

Chapter Seven 'Out of Time' (II) (5 Nov. 2007)

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Peter Petrelli finds himself in a future New York City where a virus has devastated the world's population. As he gradually regains him memory, he recognizes his mother who urges him to use his Hiro-like powers to go back in time and stop the virus before it begins. Claire and West's relationship reaches a crisis point when West realizes that her father is the same man who once kidnapped him. Suresh's loyalty to HRG man is starting to wear thin and he finally admits what he has been up to. Nathan learns that brother Peter is alive. Matt Parkman finally confronts his father in an attempt to release Molly from her coma-like state. Having fallen out completely with Takezo Kensei, Hiro attacks White Beard's camp. A new character with a familiar face, Adam Monroe, is revealed as one of the founders of the company. Written by garykmcd

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Caitlin is brought by Peter into an alternate future and is left there. There is no explanation of what happens to her after that time-line ceases to exist. See more »

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When West is showing Claire the newspaper article about the drunk cheerleader incident, the article contents itself is bearing no connection to the heading or the issue. It seems to have been copied from the middle of a legal report. See more »

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Takezo Kensei: You can't stop time with your nose stuck in a dollop of opium.
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In honor of NBC's Green is Universal Week, instead of the eclipse being yellow, it is green. See more »

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Best Season 2 episode yet
6 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is by far the best episode of season 2. While I wanted more of Sylar's storyline, which was not followed in this episode, I got so much more that I never even thought about Sylar the whole episode. Matt Parkman's confrontation with his father was one of the best scenes yet, and Hiro is finally reunited with Ando. Even more importantly, Peter is beginning to regain his memory (I am suspicious of Peter's mother seemingly commanding him to remember, could this possibly be her power?) and yet has accidentally left Caitlin trapped in the future. West and Claire's storyline is progressing nicely, as is HGR's. The paintings sure do look like they are coming true, what with Mohinder's decision towards the end of the episode. By far the best part of the episode is the revelation of Adam's character at the end. Next week will be sure to be a great episode.


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