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telekinesis?

How did Doyle shut the door at the very end without touching it? It didn't look like he made Kyle shut it behind him, and his power isn't supposed to work on wooden doors. So how did he manage that?--Piemanmoo 00:15, 12 May 2009 (EDT)

  • Possibly from his puppet master stuff? It does work on objects. --TrueBlueBrooklynite 03:55, 12 May 2009 (EDT)
    • No.. it doesnt..? --Action Figure 04:14, 12 May 2009 (EDT)
      • Evidently...it...does? --Radicell 04:44, 12 May 2009 (EDT)
        • Well maybe Eric's Puppet mastery evolved, so he can control objects (but only their main purpose, on/off and open/close?) -- Mike the Man-child!
          • I remember someone e-mailed the actor who plays eric doyle and the actor gave a description of his power being "intricate physical manipulation of people and objects". so it's been known by the actor for a while that it does more than just control people.
            • Obviously it was Sylar! Sylar was shapeshifted as Doyle and telekinetically closed the door - thus the smirk at the end. If you remember, Sylar caught Doyle and brought him in; this is probably giving the details behind it.
              • If you read the Graphic Novels, then you should know that Rachel Mills has rescued Eric Doyle after that, thus leading him into freedom. --Smouvy
              • While I think it might be Sylar (did the music sound like Sylar's?) - Sylar didn't have shapeshifting until after he caught Doyle, so either Doyle can move objects, or Sylar came back afterwards to tie up the loose ends, or the writers overlooked it?
                • It was me who was emailed by David Lawrence, it's on the Puppet Master discussion page under "David Lawrence Thoughts" (the last one). I put it up to see if it would help to give a proper name to it, but others decided not. --Mc hammark 15:15, 12 May 2009 (EDT)
                • I think he can only move objects in the way they can be used, like the door closing, or a drawer opening, but not like Telekinesis where Sylar could hold the objects in the air or break them apart. --Mc hammark 15:17, 12 May 2009 (EDT)

F13th Reference

Black and White

When he says that he can see things aren't just black and white, do you think he was talking about Morally Gray? --mc_hammark 14:49, 24 August 2009 (EDT)