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22 August 2007 @ 11:16 am
O HAI FANDOM  
Why, yes, I remember my real favorite show. While craving my Christopher Eccleston fix, where do I turn? Not Doctor Who, but the "Company Man" episode of Heroes. Which reminds me...

Claude/Bennet OTP. I want them to have a spin-off of their mad-cap misadventures working for the Company together. If just because Christopher Eccleston and Jack Coleman are two of the most awesome guys ever. It would be a spin-off of pure, unconcentrated, made from all fresh-squeezed awesome.

*Checks how much he's posted in the past few days*

Wow, I've been really taking a hiatus from teh Internetz, haven't I? And the thing is, any other time, I'd never post in ElJay. Ever.
 
 
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lallyloolallyloo on August 22nd, 2007 04:21 pm (UTC)
Claude/Bennet OTP. I want them to have a spin-off of their mad-cap misadventures working for the Company together. If just because Christopher Eccleston and Jack Coleman are two of the most awesome guys ever. It would be a spin-off of pure, unconcentrated, made from all fresh-squeezed awesome.

that would be AMAZING.
starlightmoonlastarlightmoonla on August 23rd, 2007 12:06 am (UTC)
I'd definitely like to see that little spin off! I've heard that CE would consider doing more episodes in the future. His storyline, at least for me, is not over.

It's all up to the writers at this point. :)
A Guy Named Goo: Heroes Peter/Claude Pretzel by zuppitaguynamedgoo on August 23rd, 2007 12:11 am (UTC)
According to Heroes Wiki, both Christopher Eccleston and the writers have said that they would love to bring Claude back this season, and Tim Kring confirmed recently that Claude will be returning this season with some more details about his past, including who he was protecting when he betrayed the Company. The comic arc before last was about Claude, so that seems like a positive sign, too (although the comic itself sucked and that disappointed me a lot).
starlightmoonlastarlightmoonla on August 23rd, 2007 12:20 am (UTC)
YAY! Thanks for the news. I was really hoping he'd be back especially since they have this whole Heroes: Origins (semi spin off) coming up this year!

Who Claude was protecting is one of those unanswered questions that I wanted to learn more about. Needless to say I'm very happy that it'll be discussed!

I haven't looked at the comic art but might have to give it a try some day.
A Guy Named Goo: Claude/Bennet Bitter by law_anddevotionaguynamedgoo on August 23rd, 2007 12:27 am (UTC)
I'd originally heard that one of the Heroes: Origins segments was going to be given to Claude, and that both intrigued and upset me because on the one hand, you get Claude's backstory, but on the other hand, his future on the series would depend on the same voting public that got Sanjaya into the top six. I guess they scrapped that idea in favor of their original plan, which was six original stories, and are keeping Claude in the main series, which is A-okay with me. (I really want him to reunite with Bennet. More to the point, I want it to be revealed that the whole shooting incident was staged. Notice Bennet shot Claude in the same places that the Haitian shot him, places he knows are non-fatal.)

Also, Kevin Smith is writing/directing one of the Heroes: Origins segments, which should rock.
starlightmoonlastarlightmoonla on August 23rd, 2007 12:38 am (UTC)
but on the other hand, his future on the series would depend on the same voting public that got Sanjaya into the top six.

LOL Yeah I wasn't too pleased with that and seriously considered demanding that there'd be an age limit for the voting public. But it wasn't just the public, AI producers I'm sure were helping Sanjaya along sometimes and not by extra help or anything but by using that angle with the media.

So yes, have to agree that keeping Claude as a regular is far better because we're guaranteed he'll back in some way.

More to the point, I want it to be revealed that the whole shooting incident was staged. Notice Bennet shot Claude in the same places that the Haitian shot him, places he knows are non-fatal.)

YEP! It's too much of a coincidence for it to be coincidence and the story itself is filled with little foreshadowing bits, along the way, that it's difficult to really discount anything.

*eagerly awaits Sep 24*