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Episode 4.03: Acceptance

Airdate: September/October 2009

  • 07/10 - Pushing Daisies vet Swoosie Kurtz returns to Heroes in the fall as Angela Petrelli's old society friend, Millie, as part of a plot that will introduce Millie's daughter and reveal a long-buried Petrelli family secret. "In the third episode, a decision Angela made twenty years ago comes back to haunt her," hints Christine Rose (Angela) of the flashback scene. Adds Adrian Pasdar (Nathan): "An incident occurred when Nathan was a boy that he has no memory of. He has to go and make amends for the crime he committed and the whole thing ends up very poorly." Source: TV Guide Magazine
  • 06/14 - Deanne Bray (Sue Thomas: F.B.Eye, The L Word) has inked a deal to come on board for multiple episodes. [...] Bray will play a deaf love interest for one of the main Heroes. As I previously reported, the part specifically called for a deaf actress. Source: The Ausiello Files
  • 05/27 - We mentioned a new hearing impaired female character that will play a love interest for one of the male leads, we have just learned according to the official casting call listed the character's name is Emma who will first appear in Episode 4.03 not episode 4 as previously reported. Emma: 25-28. Female, Attractive, smart and sensitive. A love interest for series lead. Hearing impaired actresses only. Recurring guest star. This role will be in several episodes. Source: SpoilerTV
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Courtesy of: SPOILERFIX

Episode 4.04: Acceptance

Airdate: October 5, 2009

  • 09/27 - As Hiro's life continues to hang in the balance, he distracts himself with saving the lives of others. Meanwhile, Angela tries to help the new "Nathan" remember his past, at the risk of his remembering too much. Elsewhere, Tracy is determined to get her old job back, but soon realizes that she needs to make more of an impact. Jack Coleman, James Kyson Lee, Zachary Quinto and Milo Ventimiglia also star. Ashley Crow, Saemi Nakamura and Dawn Olivieri also guest star. Source: NBC
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Heroes Episode Recap: "Acceptance"

Oct 5, 2009 11:31 PM ET by Adam Bryant

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In this episode of Heroes, Nathan struggles to remember his past, but when he finally does, the memories aren't so pleasant. Meanwhile, Hiro continues to work on his bucket list, HRG gets a pep talk from Claire, and Tracy realizes she doesn't necessarily have the same goals as she did before her splashy transformation. Plus: Someone takes two bullets to the chest and another character is reborn. Let's get to it.

Hiro's Groundhog Day

Thanks to Hiro's meddling in the past, Ando's getting married! To cap off the big day, Hiro's sister, Kimiko, asks her brother to give her away. Hiro agrees, but Ando is worried that Hiro won't be alive for the wedding, which is a year away. He tells Hiro to tell Kimiko the truth, but Hiro has bigger things to worry about: While fine-tuning his bucket list, the Dial-a-Hero line rings, and Hiro heads up to the roof to stop a suicidal colleague from jumping off the roof.

Turns out Tadashi has dishonored his family by being fired after making copies of his butt on the company Xerox machine. When Hiro can't talk Tadashi off the ledge, he decides to go back in time and prevent Tadashi from ever embarrassing himself. And he does it 47 times! Hiro ultimately decides that Tadashi was unhappy in his job and was looking for ways to get fired, thus why Hiro could never prevent the suicide. Hiro inspires Tadashi to do what he loves and accept his life for what it is. Tadashi is pleased to have a new friend, and decides to move on with his life.

Hiro follows his own advice and finally tells Kimiko the truth about his powers and the illness they have caused. Their tearful exchange is interrupted, however, when Hiro grabs his head in pain. It passes for a moment, but then Hiro vanishes just like he did in the premiere. It seems the more he uses his power, the more he loses control over it.

"Sometimes you have to remember who you were to figure out what you want to be."

Noah Bennett's life has become an alternating cycle of eating cereal and Japanese takeout, but to make matters worse, Sandra has filed for divorce. Even a visit from Peter inquiring about his mysterious compass tattoo

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