4.02 “Jump, Push, Fall”

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  • heroes-402Having officiated a key from Željko’s innards, Noah enlists Peter’s help in retrieving Samuel’s Magik Compass. Edgar intervenes, Peter absorbs his ability, they fight, and Peter fends Edgar off. Then, the moment Peter’s not around, Edgar swipes the Magik Compass and puts Noah in hospital. They probably should have thought that plan through more carefully. Whoops!
  • Samuel visits Present-Hiro on the Night of the Slushy Incident and helps him alter history. The upshot is Ando and Kimiko are now together. Encouraged by his inadvertent success, Hiro decides it’s his mission to rewrite history more extensively.
  • Gretchen is adamant about proving that Annie was murdered, which prompts Claire to recreate Annie’s death by jumping out of a window and unwittingly revealing her ability to Gretchen.
  • Ghost-Sylar taunts Matt into making himself look like a lunatic at a recovery group, then goads him into threatening a suspect during an interrogation and Parkman-whammying Janice’s water delivery boy.
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    4.01 “Orientation”

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  • heroes-401There’s a carnival full of people with abilities. It includes T-Bag, Darth Maul and a woman with magic tattoos. They’re unspeakably evil, as evinced from their decision to kill Željko after he locks up a compass and… eats the key. (Not kidding here.)
  • Tracy’s on a serial-killing rampage to wipe out everyone from Goon Squad Central. Then she meets Noah at a sushi bar and decides to turn over a new leaf. (Not kidding here either.)
  • Hiro and Ando start a business to help the helpless. Their one and only client (before Hiro’s ability goes berserk and sends him back 14 years to the Night of the Slushy Incident) is a kid with a cat stuck on a ledge.
  • Claire starts college, meets an annoying roommate, loses an annoying roommate and tries not to feel unnerved by a friend who appears to be nice but who’s blatantly the roommate’s killer. (Trust me, I’ve thought this one through.)
  • Matt’s Turbo Parkman Whammy starts losing its effect, which leads to Sylathan rediscovering his abilities and briefly morphing back into Sylar. Angela goes on a guilt trip, but Noah’s more concerned about his life as a bachelor and Peter’s too busy being a workaholic to care.
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