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Chapter Nine 'It's Coming' 

Barely escaping from the evil and powerful Arthur Petrelli, Ando forces Hiro to teleport them back to Japan only to discover that Mr. Petrelli has erased most of Hiro's mind and who thinks ... See full summary »



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Ando Masahashi (as James Kyson Lee)


Barely escaping from the evil and powerful Arthur Petrelli, Ando forces Hiro to teleport them back to Japan only to discover that Mr. Petrelli has erased most of Hiro's mind and who thinks he's 10-years-old, and still in school. Ando must try find a way to make Hiro remember his powers. Meanwhile, Sylar tries to reason with the captive Elle to force out her anger and to learn how to take her powers without killing her. Mr. Petrelli sends Knox and Flint out after Claire and Peter who try to find a way to outwit their pursuers. Matt Parkman tries to scan the comatose Angela Petrelli's mind to try to save her and learns that Daphne is a double-agent assigned to watch over him and that Mr. Petrelli has something against her. While Suresh continues to unsuccessfully search for the secret to the formula to give people powers, Nathan and Tracy pay a visit to Pinehurst where they meet with the manipulative Arthur Petrelli who offers Nathan the world in exchange for his loyalties and help. ... Written by Anonymous

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17 November 2008 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


During Ando and Hiro's discussion of super-heroes, Hiro's cross hand gesture is that of Ultraman (1972), the Japanese television series about a superhero who has many high energy, one-on-one battles with monsters on miniature sets. See more »


While Angela Petrelli is in a nonresponsive state the medical professionals who tended to her would have closed her eyes, as she is unable to blink them herself. Left open without blinking the eyes would begin to dehydrate within minutes. See more »


[first lines]
Mohinder Suresh: [voiceover] When the moon passes between the sun and the Earth, strange fascination takes root in the heart. And suddenly, anything is possible. Its power is undeniable; its beauty mesmerizing; its lure biblical; its meaning unknowable. And as quickly as it comes, it disappears, leaving us to dwell on our own insignificance, in the face of God.
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References Star Trek (1966) See more »


Hiro's Theme
Written by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
Performed by Wendy Melvoin & Lisa Coleman
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Not as good as some, but not bad
22 November 2008 | by (Toronto) – See all my reviews

This episode felt like a bit of a letdown after the intensity of its predecessor, "Villains", but still had some fairly compelling parts to it. Actually, it probably wouldn't have felt disappointing at all if the one before it hadn't been so powerful.

Probably the best part of this one is the encounter between Sylar and Elle, which makes a very effective conclusion, or at least continuation, to the arc that began in the past in Villains.

The storyline concerning Matt and Daphne seems like it should have been able to hit the same level, but never quite does - I think because the actress playing Daphne isn't that convincing when it comes to showing extremes of emotion. She'd been effective in the part up to now, but I think some of this episode's events demanded more emotional intensity than she was capable of, and came off as a bit flat as a result.

Still, an enjoyable episode overall, even if not really on the level of some of this season's others.

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