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Tuesday, October 02, 2007

 
Heroes - Who Was That Masked Man?

(Episode: Lizards. Spoilers ahead.)

Hiro does indeed borrow Takezo Kensei's identity (and armor and sword), and fulfills the historic "Battle of Twelve Swords" in which Kensei rescued Yaeko, the daughter of the swordsmith who forged Kensei's sword. Kensei himself turns out to be a "mutant," displaying Claire-like healing powers after an ambush. Hopefully this is just the encouragement he needs to pursue the heroic role of the Kensei of legend.

Mercifully, the amnesiac Peter already has a clue as to his identity. One of the Irish burglars gathered Peter's ID and other personal effects in a box, and offers to trade the box for assistance in a big heist. If Peter exploded last season, who gave him his clothes, ID, and that helix necklace? Those woudl have exploded with him, except for the necklace, which he never owned before.

Mohinder cures The Haitian of the virus with the serum made with his own blood. Don't remember if the Haitian ever had contact with Molly, the only other character to contract the virus. If not, how did he get it?

I have a theory about the twins Maya and Alejandro: the same ability is split between them - she's the on switch, he's the off switch.

I'm doubting my initial suspicion that Claire's classmate West works for anybody. But his rather sudden friendship seems too coincidental...

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