Arriving next Monday night is the finale of “Heroes” Volume 2 and it’s called Powerless. And if you didn’t know, this was the very last episode shot. So until the writer’s strike gets resolved, this is the last you’ll see of your favorite “Heroes.”
Last night I watched the previous two weeks and once again the show is beyond frustrating to watch. Some episodes kick ass – like two weeks ago – and then you have last nights…which had a ton of the bad writing that I’ve been making fun of all season. Without ruining the episode for those who didn’t see it…when you get to the very end, you’ll see what I’m talking about. Two people that were friends just all of a sudden start to fight.
I’d love an intelligent season of “Heroes.” One that had ideas and situations that made sense all season long. While I’ll definitely admit the show has gotten a lot better the last few weeks, it still has a long way to go to compete with the best show on TV… “Lost.”
HEROES – Episode 11 – Powerless – Volume 2 Finale
IT’S HERO VS. HERO AS THE SERIES’ “VOLUME II: GENERATIONS” COMES TO AN EXPLOSIVE, BLOODY FINISH — Deep below Primatech Paper in Odessa, TX, Peter’s (Milo Ventimiglia) reunion with Nathan (Adrian Pasdar) turns violent when the brothers, Matt (Greg Grunberg) and Hiro (Masi Oka) all clash thanks to Adam (David Anders) and his pursuit of the deadly Shanti Virus. After watching his heroic cousin captured by a street gang, Micah (Noah Gray-Cabey) turns to the one person who can help him save Monica (Dana Davis) — his mom (Ali Larter). Meanwhile, Maya (Dania Ramirez) tragically learns how much of a monster Sylar (Zachary Quinto) really is during his kidnapping of Molly (Adair Tishler) and Suresh (Sendhil Ramamurthy). Meanwhile, Elle (Kristen Bell) decides to play hero to get back into her father’s (Stephen Tobolowsky) good graces.