I can’t wait!
Huh. Sylar gets to do the introductory voice-over.
Ooh, Peter! Good one!
Yay! After all the foreshadowing,
I’m glad we’ve finally gotten to the scene.
Although I’m not crazy about the horror-flick setup. (Then again, I hate horror movies.)
Oh Hiro! Woobie.
Knox and Peter, huh? Strange bedfellows.
<blockquote class=”right”>”Back in a Flash!” says Daphne before she runs off — very very quickly.</blockquote>
Yay Hiro, you saved yourself! And then you save yourself again!
Huh. If you really want to trash a lab, trash the computers and the big equipment. Reagents can be replaced.
Huh. So a horse-shot full of adrenaline will make someone with powers loose control of them? Well, okay. What else will adrenaline do?
“Everybody always roots for Peter, but he always ends up losing.” Oh really, Nathan?
Hiro, come on! We’re not going to have any superpowerless characters left., if HRG remains unpowered. Although figuring out Ando’s new superpower is a bit of fun.
Okay HRG, good plan with the glass! Bulletproof glass is usually glass layered with polymers (like polycarbonate). And the glass and polymer don’t expand at the same rate, which means that heating it causes internal stress.
Oh! Ando is a repeater! An amplifier.
Yes, yes, yes! “If you can travel faster than the speed of light, you can theoretically travel back in time” Thank you Matt!
Oh Daphne, you get all the best lines in this episode!
That doesn’t seem very Nathan-like. Although power appears to have corrupted him quite thoroughly.
Although Peter getting his powers back rocks!
Ooh, the hints for the next volume (“Fugitives”) look good! (Also look a lot like some X-Men story lines. “God Loves, Man Kills” anyone?)