Episode Recap: "Eris Quod Sum"

This episode took a step back from the "let's divide the camp of heroes" arc and dealt primarily with the messy Petrelli family and its tale of three sons. Arthur Petrelli has already proven to be quite a baddie, but tonight, his game got mental, pitting his sons against one another and their mother. Papa Petrelli also brought Mohinder into the fold while Daphne was sent on a disturbing mission, Claire found comfort from an unexpected acquaintance and Hiro and Ando chose their path ... or had a path chosen for them.


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Oct 28, 2008 11:11AM EDT

this is my first ever comment on this thing so il try and not sound too stupid lol!!
i love heroes imensly, buh i think the writers kinda suck. i mean am i the only one whos head is still spinning at the fact that sylar is angelia's son. i mean the writers must've been sitting at a table and one said "i know lets make slyar part of the petrelli's, no one will see that coming" yeah thats cuz its stupid. how can we go two seasons without any reference at all to that fact, i think there just trying to hard now to come up with twists. peter losing his abilty's, hes the only interesting one on the show, apart from slyar, who by the way is definitly not entirely convinced by arther, i think he wants to go along with arthur to see what he has to say, buh in the end, will turn on him to save peter and angelia. hes a mummys boy lol!! peter will get his powers, thats defintie, im just interested in seeing how the writers will do it. im not sure if he will get the same powers or something else. i think he will inject himself, as a last resort feeling he has to, to save the world or something. he will either get the same powers (maybe because theres something in the hero world that means each person is destined a certain power), but if thats the case he may have to start of from scratch with powers, orrrr he may a totaly new power that will most likely be amazing because its peter!! the writers taking away peters abilitys may be because they either want to get rid of that bit of crazyness he got from slyar, or they wana give him a whole new persona.

to purpleprincess i think ur idea of the eclipse is totaly spot on, i mean theres a 2 part episode called the eclipse coming up, and this is the first two part episode ever so its obviousli massive :D, ur probably right and that stuff i said about peter injecting himself is totaly wrong :) lol!!

someone comment me back :D:D

j'adore heroes

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Oct 28, 2008 3:35PM EDT

I feel like a need a score card after this episode to keep track of who is in league with whom. So <a href= alliances were formed, broken and double crossed</a> in this episode that I’m not sure who is on whose side anymore.The best line of the whole night was when Mohinder asks Arthur how he could put his son through his fake death. Arthur replies “Have you met their mother?”The episode title Eris Quod Sum means “I am what you will be” and I understand that it’s a motto often used on gravestones. Does that mean there will be more deaths?I loved when Lyle doused Elle with water – apparently it not only put a damper on her power, but her chronic bad mood. Unfortunately, I’m not impressed with Elle’s latest storyline.

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