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Asylum seekers...
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Doctor Who picture resource
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Explore the Doctor Who classic series website
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Infiltrate The Hub of Doctor Who spin-off Torchwood
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Investigate The Sarah Jane Adventures
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Call on Dani’s House
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Intercept the UFO fabsite
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Uncover the secrets of the Dollhouse
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Hell’s belles
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Love Exposure
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Primeval portal
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Charmed, to be sure!
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Take on t.A.T.u.
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Proceed to the Luther website
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DCI Banks is on the case
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On The Grid with Spooks
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Life on Ashes To Ashes
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Claire’s no Exile
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Vexed is back on the beat!
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Medium, both super and natural

Medium, both super and natural
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Who’s that girl? (350-picture Slideshow)

Wednesday, 7 November 2007

Wild Child Claire Bares!


H.R.G. (Jack Coleman) needs to control that adopted daughter (Hayden Panettiere) of his a little better! She looks to be in need of some serious discipline!! I could help out, there, if he gives me a call!!! True, he grounded her a while back and, like all naughty teenage daughters, she got out through her bedroom window with the aid of a ladder and her doting Romeo. In the hair stakes, she seems to be sporting a bit of a Phil Oakey. Perhaps she’s getting down to “Open Your Heart”? She and her Dad certainly did exactly that in a “Railway Children” moment at the conclusion of the most recent chapter of “Heroes”, “Company Man”, in which Ted Sprague (Matthew John Armstrong) held the Bennet family hostage before going nuclear… but didn’t die. Claude (Christopher Eccleston) was shot repeatedly, turned invisible, and fell from a bridge… but, as we all know, because it was in black and white, and because it was a flashback and he is still alive in the present day, he didn’t die! And H.R.G. himself had the Haitian (Jimmy Jean-Louis) shoot him in X-marks-the-spot in order to effect Claire’s escape… and guess what?… Noah Bennet didn’t die either. All that violence without any casualties is more amazing than, say, possessing the superpower of retro-metabolism! Below, the lovely Hayden exposes the true power of self-healing!!

4 comments:

Rol Hirst said...

I felt quite sorry for HRG after last week's episode... but I feel even more sorry for him after seeing that second photo. No wonder he packed Claire off with the Haitian.

Enjoy the blog, btw.

TimeWarden said...

Hi Rol. Many thanks for dropping by and leaving the compliment!

I think I've always wanted H.R.G. to be one of the good guys but nothing is quite what it seems in "Heroes"! That's good 'cos I like ambiguity.

You're right about the photo. By all accounts, Hayden is quite a handful!

Steve said...

I must admit I wasn't impressed with Hayden's character at first but she's gradually won me over.

And you're right HRG's recovery form his gunshot wound was amazing to say the least... but what a poignant episode when he sacrificed all for his daughter. I know she can self heal but that girl needs lots of TLC... or something... ;-)

TimeWarden said...

It was an unusual episode, too, in that it focused entirely on the Bennet family's predicament. So many of the regular characters were missing and there was no voice over from Mohinder topping and tailing this particular chapter.

The really special scene for SF fans was when Hiro's father handed over baby Claire to H.R.G. as it not only included George Takei (Sulu) and Chris Eccleston (ninth Doctor) but also the Master from the Paul McGann "Doctor Who" TV movie, Eric Roberts (estranged brother of Julia).