Tonight is the last episode of Heroes. Ever. I have nothing to drink but mint tea. I'm joined by two tea-drinking friends, and my cat Space, who is now out of her TV writing job. Will all the heroes die?
It's hard to argue with a Heroes episode that's about Peter and Sylar beating a giant brick wall for years on end. That's how we all feel, watching this show! I've drunk some scotch and I'm ready for recappage.
It's another night of watching Heroes and blogging at the same time. Can things get any worse than they were last week? No they can't - because I have reefer, port, and chocolate chip cookies. Also, lesbians!!!
In this slightly timeshifted liveblog, you may witness my instant impressions of Heroes' latest episode, Pass/Fail, as it unfolds. Think of it as a tragic record of brain melt occurring in real time! Without the aid of carnie powers!
Whenever Heroes is starting to flail around more than usual, psychic Angela Petrelli has another dream about yet another apocalypse. That's what happened last night, while Parkman riveted us with househusband drama and a carnie made out with a cylon.
On last night's episode of Heroes, "Shadowboxing," all our dreams of lesbianism were lost. To replace them, we got a scene where Parkman became a bratty top. Plus tons of carnie action. Spoilers ahead!
On last night's Heroes, called "Ink," everybody got violent and stabby for one of three reasons: 1. Lesbianism; 2. Daddy Issues; 3. Tattoos. Also, there were rainbow musical interludes. Spoilers ahead!
Heroes' season finale slunk over the airwaves last night, bringing with it mindless platitudes from Suresh, the defeat of one enemy, and Sylar-related plotholes so gigantic they could fight Godzilla and win. Spoilers ahead!
Heroes was perking up last week, but this week there was a slow slide into the melodrama blahs - punctuated by completely random religious moments. Spoilers ahead.
Last week I polled you guys about whether I should keep punishing myself and the world by continuing to watch Heroes. And you voted for punishment. Which is exactly what the episode "Exposed" was.
If there's one thing that Heroes is good at, it's apparently not family drama if last night's episode is anything to go by. Daddy issues for cheerleaders and psychopaths abound, and spoilers await.