Heroes is good, but is often just OK. I hope things are better than just OK today.
This show subtitles the names of the main characters when the come on screen at the start of each episode. The cheerleader’s name is Claire. Look at how helpful that was of them!
Niki’s ex stuck his hand through her chest and stopped her heart. Or something. Then he took their son. To be fair, Niki tried to frame him for robbery. And she’s still alive.
Matt. Matt is the name of the cop that can read minds. He has used his powers to save a girl and to save his marriage. Now he just need to save the cheerleader.
Isaac, the future painter, packed up his stuff and left. His stuff being his paintings and his heroin. He has a lust for life. I feel like taking a cruise or gaining financial freedom.
Nathan is a congressman or something that can fly. A bear, maybe. No, he isn’t a Hiro bear. But he can fly. And we just found out that his wife is in a wheelchair. Just like Professor X!
Kyle, Claire’s brother, found and watched the tape of her doing things that would normally kill a person. Superheroes need secret identities. I guess a cheerleader already wears a uniform. Unless they are three wine coolers into their senior prom night. Zing!
Hiro just saved Niki’s ex while he saved someone from a car fire. Their is a lot of saving in this show. Rightfully so. Explosions frozen in time are nifty.
Matt and his not pretty boss got a giant dose of radiation from a room that burnt up or blew up or something. When that giger counter starts to tick, you don’t go to see if it gets louder. You get out of there and wait for people in neat suits to come.
The little kid of Niki and her ex? He can fix phones by touching them. Maybe other things. I like to think it is just phones. Very specific powers would amuse me greatly.
Just an okay episode. Characters didn’t develop much, except for a few more people with super powers.