Seven Minutes To Midnight

HeroesMohinder Suresh returns to India to scatter his father’s ashes, with no intention of returning to America to continue his research. Despite more tantalizing clues into his father’s work at home, he wants to resume his normal life. Even then, painful revelations surface when Mohinder’s mother reveals that he had a sister with special abilities, who died before Mohinder was born. In L.A., Parkman is once again dragged into FBI work, helping his Bureau contact interrogate Ted Sprague, who is facing charges of possessing radioactive material and a handover to the Department of Homeland Security. Parkman is more interested in Sprague’s story of how he came to have his powers – a story that parallels Parkman’s own experiences with his mind-reading ability – but he’s pulled off the case when the LAPD suspends him for assaulting his former partner (after Parkman overhead a stray thought that revealed his wife was having an affair with his fellow officer). In a diner in a small Texas town, Hiro meets a waitress with an amazing memory and a gift for languages, and grows attached to her – only to find her dead later, Sylar’s latest victim. Hiro decides to transport himself back in time to save her, promising Ando that he’ll only appear to be gone five seconds. When Hiro fails to appear, Ando can only assume that his friend has become the next victim…

Order the DVDswritten by Tim Kring
directed by Paul Edwards
music by Wendy Melvoin and Lisa Coleman / vocals by Shenkar

Guest Cast: Clea Duvall (Audrey Hanson), Nora Zehetner (Eden McCain), James Kyson Lee (Ando Masahashi), Erick Avari (Chandra Suresh), Jayma Mays (Charlie Andrews), Matthew John Armstrong (Ted Sprague), Lisa Lackey (Janice Parkman), Stacy Haiduk (FBI Agent), Shishir Kurup (Nirand), Sakina Jaffrey (Mrs. Suresh), Kavi Ladiner (Mira), Zachary Quinto (Sylar), Karri Turner (Lisa)

LogBook entry by Earl Green