“Heroes” penned by Bryan Fuller

OK, so this may sound way too geeky for you, but I couldn’t believe it when I read that tonight’s tight episode was written by Bryan Fuller.

You know Bryan, right?

Besides being a fantastic person, he also is the creative genius behind Showtime’s “Dead Like Me” and the too-good-for-Fox series “Wonderfalls.”

Oh, “Wonderfalls,” we hardly got to know you before Fox ripped you from the air. Thank god for DVDs. The truly nerdy will remember Bryan from his time on “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine” and “Star Trek: Voyager.”

Anyway, Bryan’s episode tonight was one of the best yet, filled with ominious overtones and some cool revenge.

And how much did we love Hiro (Masi Oka) popping on board the subway with Peter (Milo Ventimiglia), speaking perfect English and saying that he was from the future?

Did you hear Peter when he finally realized what his power was?

Love it.

“Heroes” just keeps getting better and better.

And we look forward to even more Bryan episodes.

2 Comments

  1. Kim said,

    October 17, 2006 at 10:19 am

    I haven’t watched the new Heroes on DVR yet, but I’m glad to hear it’s getting better. I was starting to give up hope for it, because at times it seems a little too predictable. But I’ll keep watching.

    I was just thinking this morning about shows that are gone that we wish they’d bring back. Tru Calling and Futurama…please!

  2. Will said,

    October 17, 2006 at 11:35 am

    I love heroes and so do my step sons. We make a point to all come together on Monday night to watch the next new episode. Last night Merrick said “man, why can’t they make it a 2 hour show instead of just 1 hour!”

    Anything that brings our family together has serious mass appeal.

    ps. LOST is about to be LOST from the DVR schedule, it is impossible to keep track of these days.