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21 September 2007 @ 08:28 am

Wow, that would be a really cool power to have... [a minute later] and there's Sylar, oh crap =P

You know, i would have added something along the lines of "and if i _do_ die it's not your fault for helping me."

"do you have any idea what this means to me?" "you'll survive" ha!

Now if anyone can take Sylar down Peter can, but only if he can learn how to use Sylar's powers quickly enough. Which is especially ironic if Sylar's been stealing his powers as well. So what do you want to bet that Peter _does_ die, but then gets regenerated by absorbing cheerleader girl's powers, ala Rogue and Wolverine in X-Men?

Either that or everything goes pear-shaped and next episode we get to see how Hiro comes back from the past and fixes it.

And now Peter is going to get arrested, great. Although in this case Sylar actually put his hands on his victim (isn't that breaking his modus operandi a bit?) so hopefully there will be forensic evidence to indicate it wasn't Peter. Plus if they analyze the blood he's soaked in they're going to find out it's his own blood, and won't _that_ lead to quite a few questions... Of course Claire could come forward and clear him as well, though i'm not sure if her dad is going to let her have that opportunity.

Cute girl is a bene gesserit! And i can't tell if they actually killed Sylar or not. That would probably be wrapping things up a bit quickly. The stereotypical stupid thing for an agency to do would be to try and keep him prisoner and either analyze or control him. Good luck with that.

Huh, there's a lot of solar eclipse like things reflected in the window at the hospital.

That's dumb. She had a fatal disease so it's supposed to be okay that she died, right? =P And it really sucks that Sylar got her power. Bad enough that he had almost unstoppable physical powers, but now he's a genius too? Unless of course it turns out her power is to give yourself brain aneurysms that turn you into a genius for a few months before you die :) Still, not as bad as if he'd gotten the regeneration power.

So Sylar's ability to steal powers is tied up in an ability to tell if something is "broken"? So he pulls out the brains and just looks at them and intuits how they work and then can duplicate it? Or does he just eat the brains or something? I wonder if he got a job as a brain surgeon and could get at people under operating room conditions if he could learn people's powers without killing them.

So what powers did that little girl from the crime scene have? Sylar wouldn't have come back for her if she didn't have something good.

And we've had Mr. Pryde (CL? JL? JD?) getting shot as one of the cliffhangers for two episodes now.
Current Mood: geekygeeky
Sister Atom Bomb of Courteous Debateakiko on September 21st, 2007 04:35 pm (UTC)
Half of that I have no idea what you're talking about.

I think Sylar analyzes the brains. But I have no idea where they go afterward, so maybe he does eat them. Eew.

The little girl is important around episode 20.

DonAithnendonaithnen on September 21st, 2007 07:49 pm (UTC)
really cool power = girl with super-smart/memory power.

Peter's not quite girlfriend deciding to tell him about the wrecked painting and show him the picture after his brother destroyed it because it seemed to show Peter dying. She would probably have felt pretty bad if he _had_ gone there and (permanently) died exactly like it showed in the painting.

"do you have any idea what this means to me?" "you'll survive": Conversation between er, cheerleader girl whose name i forgot again and her father about him grounding her so she couldn't go to homecoming.

I assume you remember the bit about Peter getting arrested after Sylar kills the cheerleader's friend and fails to kill her? (And almost kills Peter in the process, but he borrows some regeneration like i predicted :)

Cute girl = the one inside the agency who can make people do what she says.

The solar eclipse comment _was_ very random. It was just a random scene where i happened to notice circles of light with a disk of black in the center, just like an eclipse, being reflected in a window. Presumably they were some kind of shaded light behind him, but it was kind of cool.

That's dumb = the super-smart girl. Just before Hiro tried to kiss her and accidentally teleported away she said she had been diagnosed with a clot in her brain that was going to kill her at some point soon. She said that she'd given up on life because of it until Hiro showed up and made her feel alive again, or something like that. Presumably this was to make us feel better about the fact that Hiro wasn't going to be able to keep her from getting killed.
Sister Atom Bomb of Courteous Debateakiko on September 21st, 2007 08:09 pm (UTC)
Yeah, I don't remember things that well. I should definitely watch them with Ben :)
DonAithnendonaithnen on September 21st, 2007 08:12 pm (UTC)
Neither do i, i just happened to have Semagic open while i was watching episodes 9 and 10, so... :)

Why yes, i _am_ a dork! Why do you ask? :)