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Heroes Episode 17 “Company Man”

Posted by Patrick on 26 Feb 2007


This airs tonight. I’ve just watched a feed of the show, and I will not be giving anything away, but let’s suffice it to say that this is one of the best episodes so far this season. I consider this a must-watch episode, as many key elements are tied together (finally) and it is apparent that the stage gets set for the next few weeks.

update — 3 hours before airtime.
I’ve read the official program description for tonight’s episode, so I can say a few things without giving any of it “away” and dropping a spoiler. This episode starts where Ep 16 left off, with Ted (Mr. Nuke) and Matt (the cop) inside Bennett’s house. It’s the primary focus of this episode, as the episode title implies and the program description reiterates, to delve into Mr. Bennett.

After the first 10 minutes of this show, I was in complete shock. At the end of the show, I was speechless. That is the end of what I’ll say about tonight’s show.

comments welcome. I’ll answer specific questions after the show airs.

update — morning after air. What are your thoughts on what will happen next? Specifically, what do you think Claire and the Haitian are going to do — where are they going to go? What will become of HRG? And… omgwtf… my advance copy didn’t have the teaser at the end — WTF is up with Simone? Is she like Claire?

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5 Responses to “Heroes Episode 17 “Company Man””

  1. Good to hear it holds up…I’m totally psyched! This show is easily one of the best on television right now.

  2. Patrick said

    quite easily the best episode in the whole series thus far, flutieman. If you’re into the Bennett family connection, you’ll be stoked

  3. glad to hear it…seems like I get alot of those every week. Probably why I like the show so much.

  4. toshspice said

    No, what if up with Hiro? Why doesn’t he know about his father. Does his sister knows?

  5. Patrick said

    perhaps Sulu isn’t Hiro’s real father, either — I can see that happening. His sister is older, she probably knows and doesn’t say.

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