Paula hates the new 'Idol' judge, too.
Can there be any doubt that tonight's clear highlight was Hugh Jackman's opening number? We say no!
Jeremiah Wright, obviously. But there are a couple of other stealth spotlight-stealers...
It might seem strange to remember now, but there really was a time when 'Heroes' seemed exciting, new, even revelatory.
You might think this is the start to a metaphor about creationism and evolution. You’d be wrong.
After all the drama, everyone's powers have returned. But the characters continue to be killed off — and also brought back to life.
Sylar flips his hand. Hiro squints real hard. Nathan tries to fly and just falls in the river.
When fewer people are watching your show and grumps like us can’t stop ripping on it, this is probably not the worst idea.
It's been controlled by a character who was just introduced.
The show, finally, is starting to kill people off.
Forster has had about two minutes of screen time, and already this feels like a different show.
Of all the preposterous, half-wit moments in 'Heroes' history, a five-second scene in last night’s episode might have truly taken the taco.
Plus: Sci-Fi Network shows aren't just for kids trapped in their parents' basement, and Britney's feeling "inspired."
With all the different permutations 'Heroes' has gone through, the one thing it has never been is a buddy-cop movie. Well, check that off the list.
“That’s all behind me now,” Sylar tells Claire, “like a long night after a bad taco.” That's right: Season two was like a bad taco.
It has to be better than last season, right?
Which coming attractions helped their own cause, and which buried themselves?
Beadie in 'The Office'! Prez on Broadway! And Michael in Beverly Hills!