Heroes.

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  1. GeneralNemesis
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    The damn show exists just to punish me week in and week out. It is frustrating as hell to watch sometimes.

    Some of you may disagree, but you're probably wrong.
     
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    Erock will know what I'm talking about by this show being a damn train wreck every week.
     
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    Family man Sylar still gives me a hard on.
     
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    Yea, so much for that.

    Definately tons of twists and turns on that show.
     
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    You killed my daddy!
     
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    There's a plot twist every episode, pretty much. The show has me on the edge of my seat, just craving for more. I feel depressed after the show ends, because I have to wait another 7 days to see what happens next. :(
     
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    Watching heroes is like trying to have sex with a speeding train; you'll never keep up.
     
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    I think it would be better if the storyline was more like Super Natural or the Sarah Conner Chronicles where they finish a small storyline each epiosode or so, but there is still an over all story they are working towards.

    I like Heroes but it pisses me off almost every week.
     
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    i cant see heros each weeks is like some one is joking with me what i usualy do is i let the season to end. and then i grab the DVD, or some other media >.O, and i watch it non stop fro a weekend or so!

    and each hour im man this is awesome and i cant stop watching.


    but i feelt that way with LOST. man it was a pain!
     
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    I fucking love this show, but fell off the train a while back because I just didn't feel like watching it online anymore, but I'm gonna catch up with myself again.
     
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    I stopped watching after episode 03.
     
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    Nice, maybe I'll start watching again =o
     
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    Finally finished Season 3, wow, what a way to end it. Fugitives is gonna be interesting.

    When Hiro saw his mother again, I actually cried. That was a really touching moment, the acting was really well

    I'm glad to see Bryan Fuller come back to the writing staff. I liked the higher action and the use of their powers coming more into play with the new season, but I'd like to see things come back to the characters and their daily lives, and keep it more towards comic book/graphic novel style of writing. I loved the first season because it had a very Spider-Man-ish feel, more personal, more real, and since its drifted from that.

    I still love the show, but wasn't a big fan of this seasons writing, hope that Bryan Fuller can bring it back around.
     

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