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Spoiler:Jump, Push, Fall

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Jump, Push, Fall
Season: Four
Episode number: 401b
First aired: September 21, 2009
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Written by: Tim Kring
Directed by: Ed Bianchi
Previous spoiler: Orientation
Next spoiler: Ink

This article contains archived spoilers about Jump, Push, Fall. See the main article to see how they panned out. For general spoilers about upcoming episodes, see Spoiler:Heroes.

NBC Blurb

Volume Five: Redemption makes a special two-hour debut with the introduction of a mysterious carnival clan whose intentions are unknown, while familiar faces adjust to new stages of their lives that will challenge their perceptions of the world and their abilities. Robert Knepper joins the cast. Ray Park, Zeljko Ivanek, Madeline Zima, and Dawn Olivieri guest star.

Claire (Hayden Panettiere) struggles with adjusting to her new life in college when a mysterious death thrusts her into the spotlight once again. Elsewhere, Hiro (Masi Oka) and Ando (James Kyson Lee) continue their noble quest to help people by promoting their abilities. Angela (Cristine Rose) fears Nathan (Adrian Pasdar) will soon discover his true identity; while Matt (Greg Grunberg) is haunted by an unexpected visitor seeking something he has lost. Tracy Strauss (Ali Larter) and H.R.G. (Jack Coleman) join forces, looking for the key to unlock the motive behind a horrific crime. Meanwhile, Peter (Milo Ventimiglia) uses his abilities for good, but he is soon called upon to aid an old friend. While the heroes adjust to their new surroundings, a mysterious carnival clan, led by ringleader Samuel (Robert Knepper), sets their sights on familiar faces. James Kyson Lee and Zachary Quinto also star. Rachel Melvin, Jimmy Jean-Louis, Ashley Crow, Lisa Lackey, Assaf Cohen, and Saemi Nakamura also guest star.

Published Spoilers

Fan Theories

  • "Push" refers to Sylar as Nathan and discovery of telekinesis.
  • The title has something to do with the suicide. If they were pushed, if they jumped or if the accidentally fell.
  • The word "Fall" could refer to Danko's fall from grace.
  • The word "Jump" could refer to Hiro's ability.
  • The "Jump, Push, Fall" is referring to the apparent suicide Claire finds herself involved in.
  • There will be a sports competition in this episode.
  • Mohinder will be working on the college campus Claire is going to as a professor. He will be the suicide on campus. There has been no news at all of Mohinder's involvement this season -- perhaps he commits suicide early on and the other Heroes must discover why he would do so.