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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy View Post
    I'm thinking maybe that Ali Larter's character is Sylar - the alter ego
    The first few weeks of Heroes reminds me very much of the first season of Lost - It is amazing and a lot of fun to not only speculate what is going on, but to see the others do the same. And, it will be interesting to see how we change our perceptions and how right or wrong we are in the future.

    That said, the scene with the two Nikkies in bed with her ex...best moment in television history.
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    Yeah, actually I don't think Nikki/Alter ego is Sylar (although maybe - she seems to have left her child with that woman a lot with no explanations). Plus, it seems her husband is the "good guy" in all this and she might be the evil one.

    Really, I like Zombie's theory best - but I refuse to admit that cause Zombie has a big enough ego without me complimenting him.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy View Post
    Yeah, actually I don't think Nikki/Alter ego is Sylar (although maybe - she seems to have left her child with that woman a lot with no explanations). Plus, it seems her husband is the "good guy" in all this and she might be the evil one.

    Really, I like Zombie's theory best - but I refuse to admit that cause Zombie has a big enough ego without me complimenting him.
    Unless imdb.com is throwing us a curveball (go look at the cast list), Sylar isn't Nikki/Jessica (what her alter ego is called by the writers) or Peter. He's a different character altogether.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by SteelSD View Post
    Unless imdb.com is throwing us a curveball (go look at the cast list), Sylar isn't Nikki/Jessica (what her alter ego is called by the writers) or Peter. He's a different character altogether.
    I've heard that Sylar is very Sharpe.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Yachtzee View Post
    I've heard that Sylar is very Sharpe.
    Cool beans that they got a solid actor to play Sylar. The character is obviously after the cheerleader to steal her Achilles-like invulnerability and tends to be tempted by objects of power so obviously they needed a real talented fellow to play someone so complex. If they keep up casting like this, the show could soon turn into a prime time national treasure. What I'm still wondering is how they're going to get the whole hero council together in an effort to destroy the "one" and how they're going to get everyone from Vegas and Texas to the north country of NYC.

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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by RFS62 View Post
    After reading all these great reviews, I watched it last night for the first time. I agree, it's a pretty cool show.

    I went to their website, and they only have last nights show available for replay. Does anyone know if you can see the first 5 shows from anywhere online?
    You can try heroeswire.com, but they are spotty. I am not able to watch the show on Mondays, so I catch them when I can (just watched this week's episode). I have copies of each of the episodes so far. If you send me a PM, I might be able to get them to you.
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    I watched Monday's episode last night. Wow. This show is like a rush of adrenaline. I think after every episode I have turned to my wife and just said "holy sh**" That sums it up pretty much every week.

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    Just catching up to this thread, but I have seen the series from the beginning.

    freaking awesome.

    My wife, she who hates comics and comic book movies, loves the show. All my kids watch it, 2 girls and a boy ages 8, 14, 17.

    It's so much better than X-Men III, that I was really disappointed in that movie. (Actually, I would have been disappointed had I never seen Heroes. That movie was an incredible pile of crap. But I digress.)

    One of my favorite aspects of the show is that some episodes we don't see certain characters. No cop, no Nathan this week.

    Hiro is awesome, but Claire is the best character. On some level, every character is relishing their powers. Even Nathan and Nikki. Claire sees them the way a teenage cheerleader would. She sees herself as a freak, but her moral center says she will try to do the right thing. She doesn't have the life experience yet to know what the right thing is, so she makes mistakes, like ramming a car into a brick wall.

    Right now, Heroes and House are pretty much it for me. Can't wait for Eureka and Psyche to return.
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    I just called my cable company and upgraded to digital cable so I could get a DVR - all because 24 and Heroes will be up against one another in January.

    And if they needed it I would be happy to hide the cheerleader in my room to save her. Disappoint her as well, but dammit she'll be safe!
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy View Post
    I just called my cable company and upgraded to digital cable so I could get a DVR - all because 24 and Heroes will be up against one another in January.

    And if they needed it I would be happy to hide the cheerleader in my room to save her. Disappoint her as well, but dammit she'll be safe!
    Puffy, you will never go back to "non-DVR" T.V. again. DVR freakin rules, I just got it myself a couple of months ago. Be prepared to put on about ten pounds, just warning you.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy View Post
    I just called my cable company and upgraded to digital cable so I could get a DVR - all because 24 and Heroes will be up against one another in January.

    And if they needed it I would be happy to hide the cheerleader in my room to save her. Disappoint her as well, but dammit she'll be safe!
    Easy there, big guy. You've got two more years before she'll be legal.

    I'd also like to give a shout out to DVR. It rules. Wouldn't know what I'd do without it.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader View Post
    Easy there, big guy. You've got two more years before she'll be legal.

    I'd also like to give a shout out to DVR. It rules. Wouldn't know what I'd do without it.
    Na - she's 17. Thats legal in Florida.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Puffy View Post
    Na - she's 17. Thats legal in Florida.
    ok... ew.

    I mean my daughter is seventeen and also a cheerleader.

    hmm.

    I wonder, if i set her on fire...

    nah.
    Suck it up cupcake.

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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by Red Leader View Post
    I'd also like to give a shout out to DVR. It rules. Wouldn't know what I'd do without it.
    Say bye-bye to commercials - it's freakin' great. DVR is one of those things I didn't know I needed until I got it. I love it in an almost unnatural way.
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    Re: Heroes- Season One (NBC)

    Quote Originally Posted by TRF View Post
    ok... ew.

    I mean my daughter is seventeen and also a cheerleader.

    hmm.

    I wonder, if i set her on fire...

    nah.
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