"Heroes" Spoilers: #1.19 ".07%" (April 23, Including Images NBC Deleted)
The final chapter of the first season of NBC's smash hit drama "Heroes" begins on Monday, April 23 at 9pm picking up the story that ended with a cliff hanger of Sylar (Zachary Quinto) attacking Peter Petrelli (Milo Ventimiglia). NBC removed from their media website some of the highly spoilerish images they originally posted, perhaps in error. Take a look after the jump.
According to an official synopsys, after "helping" Suresh search for more people with special abilities, Sylar's rampage continues with two "heroes" being confronted by the stronger-powered serial killer.
Nathan (Adrian Pasdar) must factor what he's learned from Linderman (guest star Malcolm McDowell) into difficult decisions that will shape the future - for him, his family, New York City and the world.
As Thompson (guest star Eric Roberts) uses every tool at his disposal to find Claire (Hayden Panettiere), Linderman drafts Jessica (Ali Larter) into his far-reaching plans.
Meanwhile, Hiro's (Masi Oka) resolve to "save the world" strengthens in the face of a grim reality.
In an interview with TV Guide, the show star Greg Grunberg (Matt Parkman) revealed: "In the next episode airing April 23, with the help of Mr. Bennet/HRG, we're all going to break out."
"It's a really exciting episode and it sets us on this mission to stop Sylar and find the tracking system, because without the tracking system they can't get to Claire, and they can't get to me."
"The key to the whole thing is getting that computer and wiping it out."
Speaking at the Paley festival on March 10, creator Tim Kring revealed a scene from the episode featuring McDowell's Linderman speaking with Adrian Pasdar's Nathan Petrelli.
The viewers learn that Linderman has super powers of his own, that he was once a member of a group of heroes, that the members of the group eventually used their powers for personal gain—and that he is behind the plot to blow up New York as a way to spread fear, which he believes will bring the nation together in hope.
Linderman also reveals a prophecy that Nathan will eventually wind up in the White House.
Finally, at least one hero will die in the episode and sources claim he will be gone for good. According to those images it seems Peter may survive, but Isaac won't fare too well.
Also, there are reports that Sylar himself could be kicking the bucket in this episode, although that would conflict earlier news that Zachary Quinto will become a series regular in the second season.
Then again anything is possible in the time-bending universe of "Heroes".
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