posted on May, 21 2007 @ 10:18 PM
*Spoilers of course*
Wasn't Peter's vision of the future, of him getting ready to explode, in the middle of the city with police cars, in broad daylight? Where was the
invisible man Peter also saw in his vision?
Hiro's first visit to Isaac's studio, and police station, was also during daylight, where he witnessed the bomb going off.
The ending was way too flat. I was expecting some huge battle between Peter and Sylar, and Peter barely even fought him. Same with Hiro. He learned
all that martial arts training so he could just appear and stab Sylar?
Total big let down, in my opinion. They better have Sylar take Hiro's brain in the future and come back to that point so we can watch a real battle.
Oh and Parkman was supposed to be dead, right? He layed there, motionless with his eyes open, yet a couple of minutes later, he's on a stretcher in
an ambulance with an oxygen mask.
This episode was too much of a let down. It wasn't worth the wait for the whole season. The ending with Hiro was also predictable. I knew he would be
the samurai his father told him stories about.
And my last gripe; how did "Save the cheerleader, save the world," fit into this? Claire did nothing to help stop Sylar or Peter. Her whole purpose
in the whole season was to remind Nathan that "The future isn't written in stone"?
I'm going back to Lost. I lost my motivation to watch season 2 when it comes out.