History Headscratchers / HeroesHiroAndAndo

15th Jan '16 10:17:05 AM Anddrix
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****** He did stop time and teleport in, just as the kid was firing. However, considering that [[IdiotHero this is Peter]], I didn't actually have any trouble believing this scene. Also, as for Hiro's options: ''he couldn't use teleportation'' '''''or''''' ''time travel in this episode''. As he told Emma, "lately, time and space have been the master of ''him''". Considering that Samuel made such a big deal of Hiro taking them back to the carnvial, and then Hiro continues to have trouble time-travelling throughout the next episode, and then he refers to his time travel being 'not so good' and him ending up ten minutes ahead of his mark, [[ViewersAreMorons I thought this would have been clear]].
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****** He did stop time and teleport in, just as the kid was firing. However, considering that [[IdiotHero this is Peter]], I didn't actually have any trouble believing this scene. Also, as for Hiro's options: ''he couldn't use teleportation'' '''''or''''' ''time travel in this episode''. As he told Emma, "lately, time and space have been the master of ''him''". Considering that Samuel made such a big deal of Hiro taking them back to the carnvial, and then Hiro continues to have trouble time-travelling throughout the next episode, and then he refers to his time travel being 'not so good' and him ending up ten minutes ahead of his mark, [[ViewersAreMorons I thought this would have been clear]]. clear.

** For the same reason that he used time-stop instead of teleport during his duel with Sylar: during this episode, he couldn't control his teleportation. He ''couldn't'' teleport or time-travel. Considering that Samuel made such a big deal of Hiro taking them back to the carnvial, and then Hiro continues to have trouble time-travelling throughout the next episode, and then he refers to his time travel being 'not so good' and him ending up ten minutes ahead of his mark, [[ViewersAreMorons I thought this would have been clear]].
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** For the same reason that he used time-stop instead of teleport during his duel with Sylar: during this episode, he couldn't control his teleportation. He ''couldn't'' teleport or time-travel. Considering that Samuel made such a big deal of Hiro taking them back to the carnvial, and then Hiro continues to have trouble time-travelling throughout the next episode, and then he refers to his time travel being 'not so good' and him ending up ten minutes ahead of his mark, [[ViewersAreMorons I thought this would have been clear]]. clear.
15th Aug '14 1:38:46 PM Kount
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** To his credit, at the time of the Slushy Incident, Hiro was aware that he was dying, and his relationship with Ando had been rocky at best since he had seen one version of the future (the one where Ando killed him.) So he wanted to do something nice for his friend. Secondly, Hiro expresses a need not just to right the wrongs he has done in the past and return to his roots of using his powers for good, but that maybe he might end up not-dying because of it. In his "courtroom" episode, he argues that he did make alterations in the timeline precisely because he thought he might improve the present. As for the admittedly hilarious Tadashi incident - it wasn't ''just'' that Tadashi was then unemployed, but also shunned by his family and abandoned by his fiancÚ because he loved photocopying his butt. The once-CEO of Nakamura Industries can rehire him, but can't reform his social life without direct intervention. That he went back a total of forty-seven times to prevent Tadashi from making the same mistake is him being too much of a loveable IdiotBall to notice the pattern earlier on.
19th Oct '12 6:47:56 PM mlsmithca
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Did Not Do The Research has been perma-redlinked.
I know it's probably just me, but when I listen to Hiro, Ando, and the others speak in Japanese, I pay at least as much attention to how they're saying the things as the subtitles, and the Eulogy really bothered me for two reasons. First, Japanese Funerals are ridiculously formal, kicking how one speaks to even friends up to at least -masu level, and him speaking in a very, and I mean ''very'' informal way is actually kind of jarring. Second, what he said is ''not'' the kind of thing one says at a funeral. Yeesh, he sounds like Angela's "recently" to Matt meant that she was his mother, instead of "Mama." (It's the only way that IdiotBall could exist.) I think I know the reason for this (DidNotDoTheResearch) but at the same time, there is proof that seems nearly contradictory.
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I know it's probably just me, but when I listen to Hiro, Ando, and the others speak in Japanese, I pay at least as much attention to how they're saying the things as the subtitles, and the Eulogy really bothered me for two reasons. First, Japanese Funerals are ridiculously formal, kicking how one speaks to even friends up to at least -masu level, and him speaking in a very, and I mean ''very'' informal way is actually kind of jarring. Second, what he said is ''not'' the kind of thing one says at a funeral. Yeesh, he sounds like Angela's "recently" to Matt meant that she was his mother, instead of "Mama." (It's the only way that IdiotBall could exist.) I think I know the reason for this (DidNotDoTheResearch) but at the same time, there is proof that seems nearly contradictory.
19th Oct '12 4:54:20 PM Sparkysharps
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Okay, so 2006 Hiro and Ando teleport into the distopian future at the same time as Future Hiro returns. Future Hiro is the one from the timeline where a Future Hiro never told Peter to "save the cheerleader; save the world". Obviously, New York still blew up. So, Future Hiro decided to alter history, built the string map to figure out what event would have the most effect, and then traveled back to tell Peter the message. After Peter got the message, he got a bunch of the heroes together, Claire was saved, and then Hiro and Ando travel in to the future but presumably there would be a timeline in which they wouldn't. A Future Hiro of this second timeline then makes the string map in the loft and leaves to change something (presumably not "save the cheerleader" because in his timeline the first Future Hiro would have already done that), when 2006 Hiro and Ando and the first Future Hiro arrive. What the frak happened to the second Future Hiro?
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Okay, so 2006 Hiro and Ando teleport into the distopian future at the same time as Future Hiro returns. Future Hiro is the one from the timeline where a Future Hiro never told Peter to "save the cheerleader; save the world". Obviously, New York still blew up. So, Future Hiro decided to alter history, built the string map to figure out what event would have the most effect, and then traveled back to tell Peter the message. After Peter got the message, he got a bunch of the heroes together, Claire was saved, and then Hiro and Ando travel in to the future but presumably there would be a timeline in which they wouldn't. A Future Hiro of this second timeline then makes the string map in the loft and leaves to change something (presumably not "save the cheerleader" because in his timeline the first Future Hiro would have already done that), when 2006 Hiro and Ando and the first Future Hiro arrive. What the frak happened to the second Future Hiro?Hiro? [[WMG: If Hiro wants to emulate [[Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure Jotaro Kujo...]]]] ... Why does he quote Dio instead? It's not like Star Platinum can't [[spoiler:stop time]].
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