Heroes

.07% - S1-E19

Revealing mistake: When Mrs. Petrelli is sitting with the dead Peter, just before she lies down on his chest and starts to cry, you can see the "dead" man tilt his head slightly backwards. (00:21:10)

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Don't Look Back - S1-E2

Revealing mistake: Claire Bennett is accidentally tackled when she and Zach are arguing while watching the football game. Apparently, her neck is badly broken in the fall, even twisted a full 180°. However, if you watch closely as she falls, you can see that she is completely fine, stretching out her arms to take the impact before rolling around. She lands on her front, arms stretched out, all in all well prepared for the landing, and rolls around. In the next shot her neck is twisted in a way that simply wouldn't be possible in such a fall. She would have had to have her head stuck under something before rolling over, which she certainly did not. The guy tackling her did not land on top of her either. (00:19:40)

Better Halves - S1-E6

Revealing mistake: When Niki goes to find the 2 million in a case and open it, you can tell that all the money is fake as all the $100 bills have the same numbers. (00:37:37)

An Invisible Thread - S3-E25

Plot hole: If Noah could be brought back from the dead with Claire's blood why couldn't they bring back Nathan? Was turning Sylar into Nathan really the first thing they could think of?

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Trivia: The artwork created by character Isaac Mendez is actually done by Tim Sales, a comic book artist who is actually color blind. He does all his work in black and white and has other people insert the color.

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Chosen answer: It's not been made 100% clear. It was originally assumed that he actually consumed part of the brain, but this has turned out not to be the case. Sylar has been shown all along to have an instinctive knowledge of how things work and how to fix them - this is his actual original power and the ability that made him an exceptional watchmaker and repairer. It appears that he uses a similar process when acquiring new powers - he exposes the brain of the target, allowing him to examine it and determine how their power functions. He can then apply that knowledge to his own brain, allowing him to replicate the ability in question.

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