what if when you killed someone you gained their best trait
#you think you’re killing someone for their brain and you get their nose instead #you think you’re killing someone for their strength and you get their baking skills instead #you think you’re killing someone for their cunning and you get their ability to parallel park
write a goddam book
#this is the thing that could have saved heroes #imagine sylar merrily killing his way through the seasons#being horribly confused #like WTF I DIDN’T NEED THE ABILITY TO GRAB THE RIGHT SIZE PANTS ON FIRST TRY GDI #I WANT TO BE A NUCLEAR BOMB I DON’T HAVE TO CALCULATE THE ROOT OF 345234 IN MY HEAD #HA! NOW I CAN MAKE PERFECT CUPCAKES SUCK ON THAT PETER #this could have been a totally different show (via exampleofinconsistency)
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on a scale from bryan fuller to steven moffat how well does your show’s producers treat its fandom
Gather near, all, for I will tell you of the Time of the Kring, which began in peace and harmony with hot brothers, awesome cheerleaders, funny comic book geeks, sexy moms and a hot scientist in 2006, added a mysterious serial killer not long after, spun wonderful yarns and got people thinking and talking and then decided that backstories were irrelevant, future AUs were stupid, and the brothers couldn’t kiss each other after thinking the other was dead.
Tim Kring gave me stories, introduced me to characters, and threw it all out for no logical or illogical reason, without any glimmer of consistency or real interpersonal interaction.
I was in Hall H on that day in July of 2009 when we saw the start of Season Three and it was wonderful. Then, he betrayed us, and I will probably never fully trust a showrunner again.
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“ How can people binge watch Heroes when there’s only one season? Don’t argue. Heroes only had one season. It is known. ”