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Episode 3.18: Title Unknown

Airdate: March 2009

  • 11/12 - Reporter: 28 - 36. Male or female. A driven ace reporter who is reporting on a huge story from the field. Male agent: 28 -- 38. An FBI agent taking part in a top-secret military operation. Worker: 30-38. Male. This brilliant computer tech is responsible for monitoring classified information. Young Boy: Age 6 to play age 3 or 4. Please submit boys who have dark hair and brown eyes. Father: 33 - 45. Caucasian. Dark hair / dark eyes. This man has a slightly sinister vibe. Mother: 28 - 40. Caucasian. Dark hair / dark eyes. A woman trying to protect her son. Source: SpoilerTV
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Episode 3.18: Exposed

Airdate: March 2, 2009

  • 02/12 - Summary of spoilers revealed in Behind the Eclipse Q&A #13: Rachel Mills will appear in Episodes 3.18 and 3.19. Source: SpoilerTV
  • 02/08 - After receiving a tip from "Rebel," Matt and Peter race to "Building 26" to rescue Daphne and recover files that will expose the government's plans for those with abilities. Claire finds help from an unlikely source in smuggling Alex (guest star Justin Baldoni) out of the city. As Sylar and Luke (guest star Dan Byrd) continue their road trip, Sylar begins to have memories of his father that lead him to the truth about his mother. Meanwhile, "The Hunter" (guest star Zeljko Ivanek) puts his own agenda into action with an explosive surprise for one of our heroes. Jack Coleman, Adrian Pasdar and Cristine Rose also star. Randall Bentley, Ashley Crow and David Lawrence XVII also guest star. Source: NBC
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Heroes Episode Recap: "Exposed"

Mar 3, 2009 06:40 AM ET by Adam Bryant

This episode's title is perhaps the most fitting one yet in this volume. Claire's attempt to hide Aquaman Alex, Nathan's plot to collect "terrorist" heroes, Matt's vulnerabilities and pieces of Sylar's past are all exposed over the course of the hour. Still, some things remain hidden, including Rebel's identity and where exactly Angela's loyalty lies. So which heroes' exposure led to greener pastures, and whose brought only more problems? Let's find out!

Aquaman goes off the deep end

When Sandra realizes that Claire has been hiding Alex in her closet, she's more than a little upset, but not for the same reasons that most protective mothers would be. (Despite Claire's lie about having sex, Alex quickly lets Sandra know there was no hanky panky involved.) No, Sandra is angry with Claire because she brought the attention of the government program to their house in the form of a pool cleaners van that's been perched outside the house for nearly four hours.

So what's a mom to do? Make a fake ID! Combining Alex's picture with Lyle's driver's license, she provides Alex with a new identity for the trip to Albuquerque that the Bennett gals have planned for him. But before they can ship him out, they have to escape the "pool cleaners." While they form a plan, things get a little steamy between Alex and Claire, who are stopped just short of kissing when agents barge in the house. Thanks to a handy hiding place, the agents find nothing, but they don't give up the stakeout. So, Sandra reaches into her bag of tricks once again, and heads to the movies with Lyle in order to give Claire and Alex a chance to sneak out the back.

Of course, the diversion doesn't work as well as it should, and a foot chase ensues. Claire stumbles down a hill and Alex comes tumbling after, landing on top of Claire. The sexual tension continues to bubble, but there's no time for puppy love...until they dive into a nearby pool to hide. They stay below water to avoid being seen, but Claire's air runs low. Rather than swimming up for air, however, Alex stops her, and uses his ability to give her a little underwater mouth-to-mouth.

Alex escapes, we presume, as we see Claire back at home having a heart-to-heart with Sandra. The two discuss the current situation with Noah, and Sandra says she doesn't know what's next for them, but admits that she's always loved him. Even so, she wouldn't trade her complicated life for anything. Good thing, too, since when Claire runs downstairs for some popcorn, Eric Doyle

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