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Revenge

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Revenge
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Claire plans her revenge against Brody.

The characters in Heroes face problems, and are hurt. Sometimes, they decide to seek revenge.

Episode Recurrences

One Giant Leap

  • Peter punches his brother Nathan for taking political advantage of Peter's problems.

Collision

Hiros

Nothing to Hide

Homecoming

  • Claire punches Jackie in the face for teasing Zach.
  • Jessica buys a sniper rifle, planning to kill D.L. for taking off with their son.

Six Months Ago

  • Jessica surfaces, beats her abusive father, and tells him to stay away from her family.

Fallout

  • Jessica shoots D.L. in the shoulder in her attempt to kill him for taking off with their son.
  • Eden attempts to execute Sylar for the murder of Chandra Suresh.

Godsend

  • Mr. Bennet expresses his desire to let Sylar die for "what he did to Eden."

Distractions

Run!

Unexpected

Company Man

  • Ted struggles with wanting revenge for his wife's death and wanting the truth.

Parasite

The Line

Out of Time

Cautionary Tales

Truth & Consequences

Powerless

One of Us, One of Them

The Eclipse Part 2

Dual

Trust and Blood

  • Luke Campbell tells his mother that he got into a fight because somebody was calling her names.

Building 26

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Cold Wars

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Exposed

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Shades of Gray

Turn and Face the Strange

Graphic Novel Recurrences


Recurring Themes edit

Character connectionsChild vs. parentDeathFaith and religionFamilyFate vs. free willHeroismIronyLogic vs. emotionLonelinessLoyalty vs. treacheryMoral ambiguityOne punch knockoutPressure of responsibilityRevengeSacrificeSecrets and deceptionSpecialWomen in Refrigerators

See Also: References