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Kerri in Irvine, Calif.: Any word of cast changes or deaths at Heroes? I’m still hoping a few of the characters will go far, far away!
One of them will die soon, and personally, it’s not who I was hoping for! (This death also puts an end to a new love story as we know it.) However, I’m also hearing that the powers that be may be doing some more thorough house-cleaning among the Heroes cast, thanks to a little Lost-like catastrophe at the end of the current “Villains” volume. Last night at the Christmas Tree Lighting at the Grove (an outdoor shopping mecca here in L.A.), Greg Grunberg spilled to me: “There’s a huge plane crash, and all of us are involved…I’ll tell you this, it’s not Oceanic 815, and I’m not in the pilot seat. It’s a little different.”

More on that big ol’ plane crash: Hunter (Zeljko Ivanek) captures many of our favorite Heroes and loads them onto a transport plane. (Think prisoners heading to Guantánamo Bay.) When the plane goes down, “You don’t know who survives,” says Grunny. When asked if Angela Petrelli would be joining their nondirty “mile-high club,” Cristine Rose tells me, “I’m getting old, I don’t see myself parachuting.” So could that be how some of our Heroes survive? More importantly, did the plane go down because Desmond forgot to key in the numbers in the Hatch?

Will we ever discover Daphne’s secret on Heroes?
Yes we will! Tonight, Daphne (Brea Grant) heads home, and there she finds she has some unexpected guests: Matt, Hiro and Ando. Also, Nathan (Adrian Pasdar) heads to Haiti tonight to solve some more family mysteries, but he better be careful, because he’s going to be kidnapped. Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.10: The Eclipse Part 1 Airdate: November 24, 2008

[Seth Green and Breckin Meyer’s] two-part episode, “The Eclipse”, features Green as the proprietor of Sam’s Comics, a seedy collector’s shop in Lawrence, Kansas. Meyer is Sam’s slacker pal, Frack, the shop’s most loyal customer. In the plot, Hiro and Ando come to Lawrence in search of the supersonic Daphne and walk into the store, causing Sam and Frack to trip out when they recognize them from the prophetic 9th Wonders! comic. Later, when a solar eclipse impacts Hiro with memory loss, they use back issues to help him recall his past. Source: TV Guide

We learn definitively that the Haitian is a Hero (not a Villain). The episode also explores the other big question about the Haitian: Can he restore memories in addition to wiping them out on command? Source: Kristin on E!Online

Episode 3.11: The Eclipse Part 2 Airdate: December 1, 2008

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #7: Sam and Frack will have a theory about the Eclipse being similar to the tides. Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.12: Our Father Airdate: December 8, 2008

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #7: We will see some “memory healing.” Source: SpoilerTV

Episode 3.13: War Airdate: December 15, 2008

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #7: Building will be blown up, some stories and perhaps characters will be “put to rest”, but there will still be no clear winner between the Heroes or Villain. Doyle will return in Episode 13 and will have at least one appearance in Volume 4. Source: SpoilerTV

Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #7: We have not see the last of Usutu. We will learn a little bit more about “The Formula’s” origins in some upcoming episodes. Claire’s future employment with Arthur was “averted or delayed” once Peter fell through the window. Claire will not find out any time soon that her dad HRG was responsible for Sylar’s path to killer. Sylar does not even know HRG was involved just Elle. Most of the Heroes abilities come with side effects like The Hunger, but not as severe. We will eventually learn about Adam’s kids, but not this season. If Arthur dies, all the powers go with him and are not returned to the original person. It will not be that easy for Peter to regain his powers. They would like to explore the story of Elle’s mother but do not know when. Arthur doesn’t use powers on Nathan, because they wanted Linderman to be feared thus he wanted to kill him hoping to send a message to the DA’s office. Source: SpoilerTV

Arthur Petrelli steals abilities, runs creeptastic human-subject experiments and is generally a psycho–this behavior can come to no good. Can he be stopped before he kills, well, everybody he’s ever met? We find out in the upcoming batch of episodes, as Arthur Petrelli’s reign of terror finally comes under attack, leading up to a spectacular but devastating showdown between the Heroes and the Villains in the last episode of this volume. […] One of the Petrelli boys (besides Peter) loses his power. The difference is that when the other brother loses his abilities it happens for a much more mechanical, tangible reason. Oh, and the power loss to which I’m referring has nothing to do with next week’s eclipse. Source: Kristin on E!Online

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