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I've been meaning to post about TV since last Tuesday's House, but now with a backlog of other TV shows and a new House premiering tomorrow I say let's just start fresh! And with work, ongoing apartment projects and a house guest in three days... Eeeeeee!!!....this week will probably be posting-lite as well. However, some really, really, really brief thoughts on tonight's TV.


Now that I have told myself I don't have to love this show, I'm enjoying it a lot more. It also helped that the wacky spy hijinks was toned down...a lot.

Bryce may not be a bad guy. Yay! I'm still bummed he's dead though because he's cute. He actually reminds me a bit of Sean Maher. And he seemed to genuinely be looking out for Chuck. Their first meeting was incredibly sweet.

Why is Stanford the governments spy recruiting center of choice?

Best line of the night: "Leave the quips to me."



I liked Matt standing up to his dad. Other than that, eh.

Peter's storyline still stinks up the joint.

I wasn't even paying attention to the Hiro/Kensai storyline, probably because I called the end result during the season premiere. Right down to Kensai/Adam ending up in the present day.

West continues to be very creepy. Who just shows up first thing in the morning with waffles?

Noah, just leave Claire behind, she's becoming more trouble then she is worth.

And Mohinder? He's become so dumb I can't even find him pretty anymore.
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Noah, just leave Claire behind, she's becoming more trouble then she is worth.

And Mohinder? He's become so dumb I can't even find him pretty anymore.

Yes to both. I swear that poke in the snoot that Mohinder got must have scrambled those two brain cells he has.

I'm at a loss as to how the writers don't see how badly they are writing Mohinder. Or maybe he is the epitome of book smarts and zero common sense.
Bryce may not be a bad guy. Yay! I'm still bummed he's dead though because he's cute. He actually reminds me a bit of Sean Maher. And he seemed to genuinely be looking out for Chuck. Their first meeting was incredibly sweet.

Ha. I thought it was just me who saw the resemblance to Sean. I only caught the last 3 minutes of the show and I almost gave myself whiplash from turning my head so fast and thinking..."Is Sean on this show?!"

And Mohinder? He's become so dumb I can't even find him pretty anymore.

No matter how dumb Mohinder gets, IMO, he'll ALWAYS be beautiful to me AND to Matt. ;-)
Well, if the show were to decide Bryce has a brother we know who they can cast!
Spoiler-free, but I'm pretty damned sure we're going to find out Bryce isn't really dead.
Bryce looked pretty dead in the pilot. And while I would like him to be alive there is something rather poignant in seeing his relationship with Chuck unfold only in flashbacks, knowing what was and what Chuck has lost.
Why is it a Petrelli always has to be dead or waiting to die? Give the boys a break show!

Jessica needs to reappear and decide Mohinder is too stupid to live...soon.
I'm not sure Mohinder would face his own stupidity. He would just see a big empty space and wonder where he is at.
Peter's storyline still stinks up the joint.

Did Angela push him into remembering her? Is that her power? Because I'm really curious about that.

Discovering Noah left fingerprints and is getting sloppy was interesting...unless it's all a master plan to make them THINK he's getting sloppy, and...whatever. I'm thinking he brought a lot of this on himself by not being upfront and of course, by getting involved in the first place. He's obsessed with hiding, and at the same time is pissing off the man who knows where he is. Huh. It's either a plan, or he really is panicking over the pictures.
I didn't think Angela pushed him into remembering, but I could be wrong.

I hope Noah isn't getting sloppy, though given the writing this season that could be the case. :/ I figured he had been playing Mohinder all along knowing how gullible he is. And while he did seem anxious to move, it seemed to be triggered by Claire's stunt and involvement with West more than the paintings.