HEROES “Fallout” Cliffhanger


It seems like everybody is talking about last night’s big finale of Heroes. The episode entitled “Fallout” was probably one of the best episodes of Heroes, but I have to say that it wasn’t as big as I expected it to be. I think Lost had a bigger wow factor for its last episode.

Nevertheless, there are a few things that we need to mention about Heroes‘ “Fallout” episode:

First, Peter is the bomb that destroys New York, or is he? I personally believe that it would be too easy for Peter to be the bomb, they are probably leading us in the wrong direction. So who or what really is the bomb? And what makes Peter sick? Is it related to being in contact with Sylar? Or a side effect of being in contact with so many different Heroes. It could be that since Peter’s power is so new that he doesn’t control it fully and it exhausted him.
Although the episode of Heroes ended with Peter collapsing, I feel it is safe to say that Peter will not die, but the question that will keep us coming back is: What made him sick?

Talking about death, Eden is the hero that was killed. I have to say that I am pretty sad that they already decided to kill her off. I thought her power was one of the best ones and I was starting to really like her. I would even go as far as saying that her storyline was more interesting to me than the Nikki/Jessica story (which I’m still not sure I get). Her sacrifice by killing herself before Sylar could get her power was pretty cool though. Can you imagine if Sylar had the power of suggestion as well, he would almost be invincible.
Still, I will miss Eden…

Finally, the best part of the whole episode “Fallout” of Heroes has to be the Haitian guy. I have been wondering what the deal was with him this whole time only to have him finally speak last night. As we all thought Claire was going to have her memory wiped, the Haitian guy finally spoke and told her that he was not going to wiped her memory even though her father (Mr. Horn Rimmed Glasses) ordered him to, because she needs to remember. It seems like everything always goes back to the cheerleader. I can’t wait to find out what the Haitian guy knows about Claire that we do not know. Does it still have to do with “Save the Cheerleader, Save the World”?

I guess in order to get all these answers, we’ll have to tune in on January 22nd 2007 when Heroes finally comes back on NBC.