Corrected entry: Sylar takes over Parkman's body, and has discussions with Parkman, who is a figment and isn't really there. However there are many times when a shadow is cast on Parkman. Most noticeable when they are in the diner in Texas and Sylar threatens to kill Lynette, and Parkman interjects (when Sylar instead takes a straw). You can see Sylar's shadow on Parkman, which isn't possible if he's not really there.jshy7979
Corrected entry: In some episodes Claire voluntarily hurts herself (like when she grabs a pan out of a hot oven or when she sticks her fingers down the sink disposal to grab something). She is obviously badly injured these two times but shows absolutely no signs of pain whatsoever. Later in season 1 when she tries to do the back tuck off the tower she breaks her leg and is in agonizing pain. Also Peter has this power too, and he shows signs of pain a couple of times throughout the season. Do they have pain or not?sportsnumber8
Corrected entry: Even though Peter Petrelli doesn't fully trust Adam, he listens to every word he is saying. Even such a seriously illogical task as taking a long time opening the large, heavy vault door to get to the virus (which Adam wanted to release) instead of just walking through the vault door and destroying the virus inside quickly, without anyone near to harm.
Corrected entry: When Hiro and Ando go to Daphne's apartment in France, they take her medal for 1st Place 100 yard dash in the 12th grade. When the eclipse comes, however, she said she had cerebral palsy up until a year ago when she gained her power at the first eclipse. Either this is an error or Daphne is still a teenager.pagodakicks
Corrected entry: Peter absorbs René "The Haitian"'s abilities (erase memory and neutralize abilities). Later on he fights Sylar and uses René's ability to force Sylar out. Sylar faints and turns into Nathan. If Peter absorbed René's abilities to neutralize abilities, shouldn't Sylar be unable to shape-shift into Nathan's looks?IDFS33140
Corrected entry: Arthur Petrelli steals Adam Monroe's power and he crumbles to dust because his power was all that was keeping him alive. On the same note, when Arthur steals Peter's power, shouldn't Peter regain all the injuries that Claire's ability let him heal from, such as the injuries from throwing himself off the roof with Sylar and having several chunks of glass embedded in his head?cherry_girl
Corrected entry: During the twelfth episode of the fourth season, "The Fifth Stage", Peter absorbs René "The Haitian"'s abilities (erase memory and neutralize abilities). But, shouldn't Peter's ability (to absorb abilities) be neutralized around René, therefore making him unable to absorb his abilitiesIDFS33140
Corrected entry: According to the writers and producers, Claire is 16 in season one. In this episode we go back 14 years to when she is first given to Bennet, but the child Bennet is handed is only a few months old. Claire would have been somewhere between one and two years old at this point.
Corrected entry: In the last episode of the second season ("Powerless") Peter is helping Adam because he doesn't know his real intentions, but he has the power of reading minds and he has used it to get information before. If Peter had read Adam's mind, he would know beforehand that he is the one interested in releasing the virus.
Corrected entry: Peter Petrelli got the power to heal when he saved the cheerleader, as seen when he is stabbed by the glass from Syllar, However in this episode it shows that five years in the future he has a large scar across his face. This would not be possible as any cut he received would have completely healed.Simpsonholic
Corrected entry: In episode 5, "Hiros", Mr Bennet and The Haitian hold Nathan at gun point when Nathan reaches a dead end (the fence) after trying to make an attempt to run away. Nathan then leaps into the air and flies off. However, The Haitian cancels out other people's powers when they are near him, so Nathan should not have been able to fly. This same thing happens again in Episode 16, "Unexpected," on the roof of the Deveaux Building where Mr Bennet and The Haitian attempt to capture Claude and Peter, but Peter flies away, and Claude manages to still be invisible.