On the last episode of Heroes, Nathan's (Adrian Pasdar) plans face was exposed when the President ordered Homeland Security to start an investigation. Meanwhile, Sylar (Zachary Quinto) and new protege Luke embarked on a road trip to find his father, which admittedly became the show's saving grace. In addition, Matt's (Greg Grunberg) prophetic images lead Hiro (Masi Oka) and Ando (James Kyson Lee) to India, where they had to stop a wedding, where he actually said this line, Stop! This woman is marrying him against her will!
The NBC sci-fi series, despite relatively positive reviews from most critics for the first three episodes of Fugitives, have nonetheless continued its downward spiral as far as viewers are concerned. From 12 to 16 million on its debut season and 10 to 14 million on its second, viewership has declined around 7 to 8 million for its third.
The first three episodes of the fourth volume reeled in 8.45, 7.9, and 7.75 million viewers respectively. Aside from the clip show, which was something like a countdown to the premiere aired last September, last Monday's episode saw the lowest ratings for the Heroes ever. The new episode lagged behind one of ABC reality show The Bachelor's last few episodes, a Two and a Half Men repeat, Worst Week, and 24 this week.
On the next episode of Heroes, Noah will be subjected to Matt's so-called unique brand of interrogation while being held hostage, which should reveal how he became part of Nathan's plot to capture them. Elsewhere, Matt discovers something that will bring Peter face-to-face with the Hunter.