Heroes: Season 3, Episode 25

Chapter Twelve 'An Invisible Thread' (II) (27 Apr. 2009)

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Nathan and Peter try to find the shape-shifting Sylar before he can make contact with the President and assume his form as well. Clare goes off to try to stop Sylar on her own, only to end up as a captive. Meanwhile, Hiro and Ando make a rash attempt at stopping time so they can break into Building 26. They hope to free those that still survive and have powers, while Danko, framed by Sylar for the murder of an agent, has a talk with Noah Bennett over their views on fighting this war. Elsewhere, Angela meets with Matt to ask for his help to save Nathan, when she has a dream about him being in danger from Sylar. Written by matt-282

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When Nathan Petrelli is standing in the doorway to the bathroom, through the doorway you can see the moulding at the bottom of the counter, and the wall past it. When he steps into the bathroom, it's clear that there are the legs and feet of a body in front of that same moulding. When the camera is distant again, the feet are gone once more. See more »

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Mohinder Suresh: [voice-over] There are nearly seven billion people on this planet. Each one unique, different. What are the chances of that? And why? Is it simply biology, physiology that determines this diversity? A collection of thoughts, memories, experiences that carve out our own special place? Or is it something more than this? Perhaps there's a master plan that drives the randomness of creation, something unknowable that dwells in the soul, and presents each one of us with a unique set of ...
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Stupid ending to the season
5 May 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Alright first thing i'd like to add. I agree with everyone whose comments included Clair's blood never being used. They made a huge deal out of it in season two, portraying the fact that her blood was the 'miracle cure' to any cut, wound, or disease. Then, they dropped it completely, didn't even try to bring the fact that her blood has that effect, and that it could save Nathan. It could have gone so that they couldn't reach him in time to administer the blood from Claire into his bloodstream, or something along the lines of that idea. However, to completely rule it out, is utter laziness on the writers part. I'm almost positive I could have written that episode script with both arms tied behind my back, and have it turn out better then that. Serious disappointment in the way they ended this season. Might be the deal breaker for the end of my Heroes viewing pleasure.


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