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Just seen the latest episode and the whole series 3 has been a bit disappointing mainly because of Robert Sheehans departure. And the whole killing the probation worker is really getting old. I actually liked the asshole probation worker.
To anyone who's never herd of the show, its basically Heroes and Skins combined into one brilliant show. Here is a short and funny clip from Series 1:
I'm vastly disappointed the guy who played Nathan left.
He was the light of the show.
Cyrus you bastard, you have betrayed me! Getting me hooked, only to be crushed this way.
I was a bit disappointed with the last episode of season 3. We all know Simon has to get back to the past and get Alisha to fall in love with him (season 2). That meant Simon had to find a way to get the power to go back in time and the way they got there seemed a bit rushed to me.
The whole Simon had to go back to the past was such an awesome idea and I was hoping that was the main story arc for this season but it really turned out to be pretty much the last episode where they handled it. Ofcourse you see him practicing his freejumping in the early episodes but thats really where it stopped.
And yes no Nathan kind of sucked.
I'm still trying to understand the timeline toward the end because there are plenty moments where it seemed like everyone was going to die only to be saved by the hoodie guy. Does that mean that he altered all of these moments in time to make sure everyone lived? Or would they eventually make it out okay, but the consequences had some effect on where and when Alisha died? Also, does this mean that Alisha ultimately died in some new way that the guy in the hoodie didn't see beforehand?
I always got the impression that the guy in the hoodie had to go through a lot of trial and error to get the timeline he was working for. Which would mean he'd still have that time travel power, right? So does he have two powers? Maybe he swaps over and over again with the powers man. I honestly don't know! D:
What I don't get is why he didn't just wear a bullet proof vest or shoo the guy before getting shot. I just didn't see any good reason for him to die. He could have lived, saved Alisha and they would have both lived happily ever after.
And here is an obvious plot hole I found. In season 2 episode 6 when Simon first finds out he is Superhoody, that future technically never happened seeing as Curtis went back in time and stopped it. So my question is how did Simon still remember that he was Superhoody?
Oh my god man that plot hole bugged the hell out of me. Its not like Simon has a problem with killing people.
Simon's actor confirmed he's not coming back for season 4, as did Alisha's, so I'm not sure what they're going to do about the holes in the group. It definitely seems like there are some internal issues on the set that are dragging this show down.
The problem is that half of what made the show so great is the real character of these kids, and the 'family' they create. In fact the reason I fell in love with this show is the characters reminded me of myself and my friends at that age. When Nathan left it felt odd to just bring in a new guy the new actor was able to at least create a deep human character (albeit one with an idiotic smile on his face all the time).
I haven't seen all of Season 3 (though I know what happens) I'm watching it on hulu which just started airing episodes weekly (last one was the Hitler episode, which was soooo awesome) wow that was alot of writing, sorry bout that
You know... you make a damn good point. What the hell leads him to goin back in time?
And now that Simon's gone, is there any real reason for us to keep watching? They took Nathan and Simon, the two guys with any real character, and threw em out the window.
True, I dont really care much about the characters they got left heading into series 4.
I was really dissappointed with series 3. I think the problem they had with this series was that they REALLY didnt know what to do with the characters or the new powers, so we ended up having all these standalone episodes that varied in quality.
Here's another problem I had with series 3. How is it that so many people die yet no cops around. Its like the 4th probation officer dead yet still no cops.
Good point. How bad is this neighborhood that the cops won't investigate the disappearances of their own
don't forget the cheerleaders to
Season 3 was shit.