3.10 “The Eclipse, Part I”

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An eclipse temporarily removes everyone’s abilities. This strands Nathan and Peter in Haiti while they try to find the Haitian, and Matt, Hiro and Ando in Kansas while they try to track down Daphne, the last of whom turns out to need leg braces without her superspeed. Nathan and Peter find the Haitian, but Nathan gets captured by the Haitian’s brother, Baron Samedi. Meanwhile, Angela assigns Noah to protect The Catalyst. Noah brings Claire to Vortex-Stephen’s empty house and trains her to fight, but her prowess doesn’t help when Sylar and Elle show up and Claire ends up getting shot.

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3.09 “It’s Coming”

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Sylar gets locked in a room and fried by Elle before discovering he can acquire abilities without a traditional scalping. Nathan learns of Arthur’s crackpot scheme to bring superpowers to the masses, which is a work in progress because it turns out The Formula needs a catalyst that seems to be Claire. Meanwhile, Matt climbs into Angela’s head, only to be joined by Daphne and Arthur, the last of whom eventually lets everyone wake up. And Hiro becomes a 10 year old, teleports to a bowling alley and plays spitball with a couple of schoolgirls. No, I’m not making that last part up.

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3.08 “Villains”

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While under the influence of Usutu’s magic goop, Hiro witnesses events that led up to the pilot episode: Arthur ordered Nathan’s death, Linderman betrayed Arthur, and Angela tried to kill Arthur to protect her family; Meredith was captured, recruited and released by The Company, inbetween helping her incarcerated idiot brother escape; and it turns out Chandra wasn’t solely responsible for Sylar’s killing spree, because apparently Noah and Elle were under Company orders to trigger and document an instance of Sylar’s serial-killing rampage. In the present, Arthur shows up in the Desert of Clairvoyance, Usutu gets beheaded, and Hiro has reason to say AAAAAAAAARRRGGGHHH!

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