Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Heroes 015: Done

I didn't watch last night. It felt good. I'm done until I'm not. Suggestions for what I should be recapping instead?

8 comments:

DuggleBogey said...

It was good.

Julius_Goat said...

Boy, that really seems unlikely.

Mike Maloney said...

This is the saddest day in the history of our sport. :(

Anonymous said...

I only caught the last half hour, and no, you didn't miss anything.

Maybe recap Chuck instead? That's a show that knows how to entertain.

PokerFool said...

I didn't watch it last night either.

I'd also vote for Chuck (lots of cool pop culture stuff all through the show) or 24.

timpramas said...

Dragon Tales.

Kristen said...

I was really looking forward to reading your thoughts on this episode, which was very weak, in my opinion. The show is losing me too. I just don't get it anymore.

I'd love to get your take on "Fringe".

Tervel (pronounced ter-vehl) said...

I just watched it on Hulu. I feel similar to a woman who received a diamond tennis bracelet and a black eye for her anniversary. I know I SHOULD leave, but I'm more than a bit materialistic. It wasn't half bad, which is to say that it wasn't half good, either. The last minute of the episode will make you want to drink lye. They managed to fall into a sinkhole approximately the same size as Isaac Mendez' loft, which apparently holds the most airtight lease in the history of real estate. It always bothered me that people kept doing things there, even though the place has been wired for sound and video since the first season. Everyone's seen the camera feed, but nobody ever goes over there until it's too late? And people still go back there to paint the future in an artsy, bohemian environment? Wow. This is a clusterfuck of continuity errors. I love the Heroes writers as people (when they showed up Daphne's apartment that she never cared to return to again), and we'll always have Paris , but I can't help but feel that they just don't care about my feelings. And if they don't care about mine, I can't care about theirs. I'll begin plotting my Heroes fanfic now.