Heroes

Heroes (2006)

4 mistakes in One Giant Leap

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One Giant Leap - S1-E3

Continuity mistake: After throwing the laptop, when Mohinder takes the key out of the book, the tape is bunched up and stuck to the key, but in the next shot the tape is fresh and sticking out freely.

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One Giant Leap - S1-E3

Factual error: During Hiro's journey around New York, a Carl's Jr. restaurant is visible in the background. That restaurant isn't called "Carl's Jr." on the East coast; it's called "Hardee's."

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Suggested correction: It's not a dark jacket. It's still his shirt but since he's in the shadows, it just looks darker. You even see when the light swings you can catch a glimpse of the shirt.

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Trivia: There are a number of other Star Trek references in Heroes. In episode 15 (Run!), Hope refers to Hiro as "Sulu." George Takei, who played the original Sulu plays Hiro's father. And at one point (and several other times throughout the show) Hiro gives the Vulcan hand symbol that Spock always used when he would say "live long and prosper." Zachary Quinto, who plays Sylar, would also later play Spock in the 2009 reboot Star Trek.

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Chosen answer: Because he's an idiot. From the story point of view, they needed the vault to actually be physically open so that the release of the virus would be a credible threat. Unfortunately, this required that Peter conveniently forget that he could simply walk through The Wall and use his telekinesis to tear the door open instead. Peter's increasingly large arsenal of abilities, where he ended up having pretty much any ability required for any situation, led to a situation where it became necessary to either have Peter apparently forget that he had a given power, as with the vault door scene, or become naively trusting, as with his refusal to scan Adam's mind to confirm his good intent. This problem, which simply made Peter look increasingly dumb as the show progressed, may well have been a key factor in the decision to severely reduce his ability during season three.

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