is now entering the home stretch. Just three episodes left in the season, which means some major events should be playing out. It's been promised that all the major plots will be resolved, so we still need to find out who killed Kaito, what Isaac Mednez' paintings mean, who released the Shanti Virus, and whether Adam Monroe is on the side of good or evil.
Monday's episode, “Cautionary Tales,” is HRG centric, which is always a good thing. In our interview with Jack Coleman
, he promised that the painting of him bloodied and dead would be resolved in this episode, though as we've seen before, the paintings can be misleading or even wrong. Continue reading to find sneak peek videos of “Cautionary Tales.”
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While last week's flashback centered on Peter (Milo Ventimiglia
), Niki (Ali Larter
) and the Wonder Twins, this week looks to be getting back to the Company. Mohinder (Sendhil Ramamurthy
), the Bennets, Bob (Stephen Tobolowsky) and Elle (Kristen Bell
), and Parkman (Greg Grunberg
) seem to be the major players this week. Bob, of course, wants to kidnap Claire and use her blood as a cure for the Shanti Virus, but HRG isn't so willing to give her up.
NBC has released three video clips of this week's episode of Heroes, and they're all quite interesting. All the stories are coming to a boil, and some interesting questions are raised.
In the first clip, HRG is packing up their things, preparing to move again to avoid Claire's capture. Claire (Hayden Panettiere
), of course, is being a prissy little snot, complaining because her dad abducted her boyfriend. She calls HRG a bad guy. Knowing what we know, this scene is kind of heartbreaking because is so ungrateful. HRG has sacrificed everything to keep Claire safe, and now she's turning on him. Obviously this scene is helping to set a mood for a tragic showdown, when HRG gets bloodied and Claire suddenly regrets her words.
Click Here for Clip #2 – Mohinder, Bob and Elle
Click Here for Clip #3 – Parkman and Molly
-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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