TV Detail: Heroes review. Episode 3.2—"One of Us, One of Them"
In the third season of Heroes, everything is changing. Hiro has gone from savior of the world to comically inept. Nathan Petrelli has turned from a womanizing hypocrite to a good-hearted devout believer. The innocent cheerleader Claire is now angry and vengeful. Nikki is dead, but her twin lives. And the psychotic Syler is now Mr. Hornrim's new partner trying to catch the rest of the villains. Only Peter Petrelli is the same mix of naive good guy and annoying ball of angst, but those two mood swings have been split into two people—present Peter and future Peter.
Meanwhile Matt's trapped in Africa and the New Orleans contingent
(Micah and Simone) are trapped without a storyline. Fortunately the
Haitian is back, but unfortunately he's talking. And pulling all the strings is
Angela Petrilli, who reveals another facet of her creepily evil side in
the show's most viscious opening yet. I'm just looking forward to more
of The Speedster, who seems like she was gloriously ripped straight out
of some anime book.
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