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- Fan Nickname: There are several, but highlights include:
- Mystery Sock for Isaac
- Fryingmon for Nathan (based on Hiro's pronunciation of "Mister I-saac" and "Flying Man")
- Momo, "Moe" (as in the Stooge), or Pretty-But-Stupid for Mohinder and/or Peter.
- Mohindrance and D'ohhinder, for the many, many times Mohinder steals the Idiot Ball.
- Rafiki for Usutu, the man Matt meets in the African plains.
- Pac-Man for Matt (based on Usutu's pronunciation of Parkman).
- HRG for Mr. Bennet (because of the glasses).
- This was a canon nickname at least amongst the cast as Coleman referred to his character as such a couple times
- Senator Bambi for Nathan Petrelli. (It's the eyes.)
- President Worf or Worfbama for the President, because he's played by Michael Dorn and he's kinda sorta an Expy of Obama
- Pasbeard for the infamous, butt-ugly Beard of Sorrow sported by Nathan Petrelli (Adrian Pasdar) in the beginning of Season 2.
- Nuke, for Luke the microwave boy.
- Hiro ando Ando (bilingual pun)
- Sythan for Nathan!Sylar.
- Hey, It's That Guy!: Veronica Mars has lightning powers.
- And Weevil can really scream
- Kairi can now never get hurt.
- Clear Rivers can now evade death thanks to her endless supply of siblings.
- Captain Sheridan appoints Nathan to the Senate.
- Quinn Fabray as a cheerleader
- How often to do you see a show with Franklin and another Franklin
- The Ninth Doctor can now turn invisible.
- Alison DiLaurentis as Lydia's daughter who makes things blow up.
- Andie Star is the tattooed lady, and Darth Maul is the knife-thrower.
- Hey, It's That Voice!: Anakin Skywalker as a quarterback who accidentally kills Claire.
- What Could Have Been: The obvious example is how volume 3 was cut short, with plot threads obvious to be related to the main story ending up going nowhere. A bigger example would be the entire style of the series: The original intent was to have a revolving cast, with most characters not returning in future seasons. What could have been, indeed, if after season 2 we didn't have to deal with most of the extended Petrelli family?
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