Heroes and Villains

I’m a big fan of the NBC show Heroes, and I’m looking forward to the show’s second season which begins on September 24. I’m not a big television watcher. It’s an okay way to wind down, but regular watching is not my cup of tea. Heroes was an exception. I would actually finish watching one episode and be pissed I had to wait a whole week for another. I have a real soft spot for anything dealing with super-heroes. In fact, I have another blog where I act out my inner super-villain.

I like almost all of the cast of Heroes. I think the producers were able to pick up some very talented people and then back it up with some great storytelling. I like Claire, the cheerleader with the ability to heal instantly, played by Hayden Panettiere. I only include this picture because it seemed to me that there must be some level of stardom you must attain in order to wear a shirt with your own photo across the chest. When does that happen? Is there a moment where you are looking for something to wear and say,

Well, I guess I’ll just wear that black t-shirt with my face on it.

I don’t know that I could ever wear something that had my own image across the front. Isn’t that redundant? I need rest, obviously.

2 thoughts on “Heroes and Villains”

  1. I saw the box set of the first season of Heroes at Target the other night and I considered buying it. Now, with that recommendation I will go back and pick it up before the new season begins.
    As for wearing a shirt with your face on it I have a question. If you are wearing the shirt and you look into a mirror shouldn’t it suck you into an alternate universe or something?? There are too many of you looking at you??? Wouldn’t all those reflections an eyes cause the universe to warp?

  2. I really enjoyed the first season. The box set comes with the unaired pilot episode, which would be really confusing if you watched that first. If you do get it, make sure to watch the actual episodes. I think you’ll like it.

    What if you take a picture of yourself wearing a t-shirt with your face on it, while holding a picture of yourself taking a picture of yourself wearing a t-shirt with your face on it?

    You knew the job was dangerous when you took it.

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