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Behind The Eclipse (by Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer)


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Every week, the writers expand on script developments, debunk some far-out fan theories, and answer reader questions about some of the things that have the audience wondering.

Link: BEHIND THE ECLIPSE: SEASON 2, WEEK 1

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Welcome back for the second season of BEHIND THE ECLIPSE, CBR's weekly Q&A series with "Heroes" writers/producers Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite where you, the viewer, can have direct contact with those shaping the future of the show. Confused about something that happened? Want to know more about a specific character? Joe and Aron are here for you. Drop an e-mail to Jonah Weiland with the subject line "Heroes Question" and we'll consider it for inclusion in a future installment. Remember to get your questions in by 5:00 PM Pacific on Thursday to improve the chances of your question being included the following week.

In the first episode of the second season, "Four Months Later," we see Nathan's let himself go; Suresh hit the lecture circuit; Parkman's got a new job; Mr. Nakamura falls; Maya's on the run; Peter shows up unexpectedly; Hiro's lost in time and his true life hero surprises him; Mr. Bennet takes a new job; and even Mr. Muggles makes an appearance!

There was a lot to take in and you guys had lots of questions. Joe and Aron have tackled them and will hopefully have prepared you for what's to come in the coming weeks, as well as tonight at 9:00 PM on NBC when we get the second episode of the season,

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Wow, what a great interview filled with so many juicy tidbits of information. Thanks, Buxomb!

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And we always assumed Mr. Nakamura had powers, but he seemed awfully easy to kill. Were we mistaken?

Mr. Nakamura had powers, but easy to kill? Maybe you didn't look at the crime scene hard enough.

Do you think this is alluding to something else, or are they just referring to the bloodiness of the scene? :animated_scratchchin:

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Either Mr. Nakamura is not dead (so what, did he change places with his assailant while falling?) or it wasn't the fall that killed him, which means that either he was killed before, during or after the fall, using some other method.

I would go check it out at 9th wonders, but I don't really have the time.

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