Heroes Interactive:Four Months Ago...
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- This week's journey starts in Honduras, but soon you'll be traveling to other "Heroes" locations including Haiti, New York, Japan and Ireland by interacting and accumulating points.
- Welcome to the "Heroes" Interactive Experience.
- Don't forget to check out the CHARACTER MAP to see how all of our "Heroes" connect and answer trivia questions and surveys about the show.
- The burning of Nathan's face was a visual effect. Using digital photography in full make-up, the visual effects department made it appear that Nathan's face was gradually burning.
- Alejandro's wedding was shot on the Universal backlot.
- To make Peter disappear and reappear, an additional take of the hallway was shot without the actor. The visual effects department then took the outline of Peter and applied a glass-like distortion to create this effect.
- Bob's full character name is Robert Bishop.
- Jimmy Jean-Louis, the actor who plays the Haitian, originally auditioned for the role of D.L. Hawkins.
- Nathan's make-up for his face and body took about four hours to put on and two hours to take off.
- Adrian Pasdar, the actor who plays Nathan Petrelli, studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute in New York.
- Stephen Tobolowsky has appeared in over 175 film and TV projects.
- The 9th Wonders cake is the same issue (#10) that Micah showed Monica in the episode "Fight or Flight".
- What does the "D" in D.L. stand for?
- Do you think Niki should be taking her pills?
- Yes (28%)
- No (72%)
- If you were Nathan's wife, Heidi, who would you trust, given the circumstances?
- A green screen was used to create the effect of Niki talking to Gina. The footage used for the shot was taken from a second camera placed where the mirror would be located.
- Would you keep your powers a secret or expose them to the public?
- Keep it secret (89%)
- Expose them (11%)
- In what episode did Maya and Alejandro first appear?
- The bouncer at the Los Angeles club is actually an assistant to one of the "Heroes" executive producers.
- Jimmy Jean-Louis is fluent in English, French, Spanish, Italian and Creole.
- Thanks for joining the "Heroes" interactive experience. For cast commentary, original graphic novels, secrets, sneaks, and more, go to NBC.com/Heroes after tonight's broadcast.
- As with those for the previous episodes of Season Two, The Heroes Interactive for Four Months Ago... was accompanied by a character map, which was essentially a portal of photos and season one histories for each of the characters.