Heroes (2006)

8 corrected entries in season 1

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Season 1 generally

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?


Correction: They do have pain, at least in the earlier seasons. That being said, the more she does these things, the higher her tolerance for pain becomes. It isn't until Sylar takes her power that she becomes totally numb to pain, with the few exceptions of when her power is dormant.

ctown28 Premium member

Godsend - S1-E12

Corrected entry: The FBI man tells Suresh that Eden died near Sudbury, 100 miles outside Ontario. Ontario is a Canadian Province - not a city - and Sudbury is near the middle. So if Eden died 100 miles from Sudbury she died *in* Ontario, not outside Ontario.

Correction: Eden died in Odessa, TX in the warehouse. The "FBI" man was lying to him.

Company Man - S1-E17

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.

Correction: Statements by the writers and producers are irrelevant - what matters is what's stated in the series itself. If it's stated on-screen that Claire is sixteen, and this is later contradicted by something, then this is a valid continuity error. If, however, Claire's age is not stated or implied in the show itself, then no continuity error exists, as statements by the programme makers do not form part of the show itself.

Tailkinker Premium member

In His Own Image - S1-E1

Corrected entry: When Claire rescues the man in the fire, how come her hair doesn't burn up? While her body is able to regenerate, her hair wouldn't be able to, as it is dead tissue. If her hair was self healing she would never be able to get a hair cut.

Correction: Since it's not known just EXACTLY how Claire's power works it could be something like her body (including her hair) regenerates back to the point PRIOR to sustaining any damage.

Damian Torres

.07% - S1-E19

Corrected entry: In episode 19, titled "0.07%", Peter is hit with a shard of glass much larger than any of the pieces elevated and used by Sylar.

Correction: Actually, Sylar lifts pieces of all shapes and sizes. It is very hard to see, but some shards are quite large.


Five Years Gone - S1-E20

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.


Correction: Without knowing the details of how Peter got the scar, it cannot be stated categorically that Peter would be able to heal it.

Tailkinker Premium member

Hiros - S1-E5

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.

Correction: The Haitian negates other people's powers at will - in "Five Years Gone", Parkman is able to read minds with the Haitian standing next to him. Now remember that the Haitian actually works for Peter and Nathan's mother, and he may be under orders to allow the Petrellis to escape the Company's clutches.

Sierra1 Premium member

Collision - S1-E4

Corrected entry: When Hiro stops time to fix the result of the roulette, he grabs the roulette's ball in mid air. The roulette's ball can't bounce that high and most likely the ball was still spinning around the roulette.

Correction: I am an gambler and avid roulette player, and the ball can definitely jump that high. I have seen the ball "pop" completley over the partition and onto the floor.

wizard_of_gore Premium member

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