I just finished watching the mid-season finale of Heroes. I'm not sure if it was better because it was a good episode or if it was better because the season finale of season one was so bad.
I did like Hiro's solution to the Adam Monroe problem and I am glad to see Sylar back as a villain. Other than that... Well... The show was pretty much crap.
I was hoping
The one hero I really wanted to see eaten by Sylar died in a fire. Is that meant to be symbolic or something? Don't Internet geeks always say that when something is real bad it should "die in a fire"? I liked her character and I wanted to see how Sylar would deal with split personalities.
Sylar: "Why am I stuck in this mirror?"
Niki: "Where did my hot body go? Oh shit, I'm a dorky looking guy with bad hair!!!"
What was the deal with Peter destroying the vault door? Why did he not just walk right through it? When the three of them were in the vault (being monitored by cameras) did you not notice how they were planning to repeat the sins of their parents? Even going so far as to use Parkman to alter the minds of those around them so that they would believe?
With a little bit of luck Sylar will consume some more heroes in season 2.2 and kick the show back into gear. Speaking of Sylar. When Elle said he got away why did no one turn to Molly and say, "quick, find Sylar before he heals himself!!!"
Anyone know when Lost starts back up again? I'm looking forward to how they took took two seasons worth of episodes (48) and broke it into three seasons (of 16 episodes each). I'm super curious as to how they plan to insert finales where finales should not be.