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Chapter Ten 'The Eclipse Part 1' 

Having reestablished control over the Company, Angela sends Nathan and Peter to Hatai to find the power-suppressing Hatian to bring him back to the USA to help in their fight against Arthur... See full summary »

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Having reestablished control over the Company, Angela sends Nathan and Peter to Hatai to find the power-suppressing Hatian to bring him back to the USA to help in their fight against Arthur Petrelli and the evil Pinehurst. Hiro and Ando travel to New York to come back into the fold and ask for Parkman's help. Hiro, having lost part of his mind, but not his powers, teleports himself, Ando and Parkman to Kansas to Daphine's home to find out what Mr. Petrelli has on her. Also, Sylar teams up with Elle to try to capture Claire to bring her to Pinehurst to give her to Suresh to experiment on as the missing catalyst to the formula. But everything changes when a prolonged solar eclipse happens, which renders the heroes and villains powerless, stranding Peter and Nathan in Haiti with the Hatian who is trying to capture the powerful Voodoo witchdoctor Baron Samedi. In Kansas, Parkman must find a way into the Millbrook house without his mind-reading powers, and learns what Daphine is without ...

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24 November 2008 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Seth Green and Breckin Meyer appear in this episode as comic book store owners; they own a production company together. See more »

Goofs

A pivotal prop in this episode is the Japanese comic that Hiro uses to follow their actions. They bought the comic in Japan, and it's in kanji, but the pages go left-to-right, western style. Japanese comics page right-to-left - when looking at the cover, the spine is on the right. See more »

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Sylar: We're just humans.
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References Super Friends (1973) See more »

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Hiro's Theme
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Written by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
Performed by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
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