Heroes

Heroes (2006)

5 continuity mistakes in season 4 - chronological order

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Acceptance - S4-E4

Continuity mistake: The second time Hiro goes to the rooftop and tries to save Tadashi he has ink on his face from stopping the photocopier from working. However when we cut back to him from Tadashi the ink has vanished, then when we do get the next shot of him the ink is back on his face again.

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Brother's Keeper - S4-E10

Continuity mistake: At the beginning of the episode, when Tracy is talking to the waitress and freezes her mug, the position of the mug changes in her hand between consecutive shots.

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The Wall - S4-E18

Continuity mistake: Episode 4.18, "The Wall" - The dried blood on Claire's neck from when she was shot toward the end of the previous episode keeps disappearing and reappearing throughout the scenes at the Carnival. (00:35:00)

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: 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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