John takes drastic measures to try to save Hicks while being confronted with demons from his past. Sammy's lie about the tape weighs heavily on his conscience. Lydia and Ruben track down a ... See full summary »

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John takes drastic measures to try to save Hicks while being confronted with demons from his past. Sammy's lie about the tape weighs heavily on his conscience. Lydia and Ruben track down a John Doe. Ben's relationship with Elena becomes more serious. Written by Anonymous

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Crime | Drama | Thriller

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When Officer John Cooper arrives at his house to check up on his former FTO, they show the residence across the street. In the driveway of the residence across the street you can see the mobile dressing rooms. See more »

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Dell Cooper: If my prayers would've been answered, none of this would've ever happened.
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References Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) See more »

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A shield but no cape
4 February 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

At this point, it's clear that John Cooper is the MVP of this season, and 'Heroes' ably shows the weight saddled by this character. One minute, he's driving into an electrified pond to save a toddler, another he's cuffing his abusive training officer to the radiator to sober up, and the next, he's called to his dying father for a soul-crushing confessional (his retort is muted, and I'd give anything to know what he told that remorseless scumbag). It's a good juxtapostion of the feats he pulls on the job and the pain he endures off the clock. Some amazing acting between Michael Cudlitz and Gerald McRaney; hell of an emotional closing scene.

What's also remarkable about this is Dewey, again humanized by the intro of his daughter on her first day on probation. The difference between broken down old man and steely offspring is incredible, and she's extremely detailed in only a couple of scenes.

9/10


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