Watch Heroes Episode 3.5 "Angels and Monsters"
Arthur Petrelli is the leader of the villains. If you didn’t want to be spoiled about that fact before watching tonight’s episode of Heroes
, neither did I. But NBC, in an effort to ruin television, ran promos announcing this very fact. I understand that ratings are down and Robert Forster is what passes for a big-name guest star on a show that has never regained the heat it had in the beginning, but revealing a huge spoiler about the entire premise and history of Heroes
in a commercial during Knight Rider
is truly reprehensible.
Nathan Petrelli has trouble sleeping because he can’t tell the difference between angels and monsters. Maybe that’s because the opposite of angels is actually demons, but Dan Brown must hold the copyright to that title. Nathan still thinks his powers are a gift from God, but Tracy knows that her powers came from Dr. Zimmerman. In the epic battle of science vs. religion, science wins this round.
Nathan gets an even bigger kick in the pants when Angela lets him know his power of flight is was also grown in a test tube. Angela requests their assistance in tracking down the Formula so experiments like the ones done on them will never happen again.
Peter, still frazzled from his future journey where he took Sylar’s power, snaps Sylar’s neck because he can’t accept their fraternal connection. Angela refuses to answer the now insane Peter, he starts slicing open her head to get to the gooey secrets inside. Sylar, now invincible, recovers from a snapped neck and knocks Peter out before he kills their mother. Angela takes care of her newly demented son while her formerly demented son goes out with HRG for some villain-hunting. It’s hard to believe that someone who talks to ghosts is the normal one in the family.
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