Heroes Interactive:Angels and Monsters
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Txt A,B,C,D 2 play today. U'll also be entered into the sweeps.
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- Get ready for fun facts, polls, and more as you watch the show! Starting now!
Reply E or F
- 66% of viewers agreed with you.
- The "Pinehearst" building is actually the Borax Inc. facility in Valencia, CA, known for its "Twenty-Mule Team" soap ads that starred Ronald Reagan.
- Does every Villain have some Hero in him?
Reply G or H
- 70% of viewers agreed with you.
- The actors were suspended by wires to help achieve the effect of a vortex's dimensional pull.
- Right! The cantina scene in Star Wars IV, "A New Hope" is where Luke met Han Solo.
- If you could give your child special abilities at birth, would you?
Reply L or M
- 56% of viewers agreed with you.
- This carousel is located in historic Griffith Park in Los Angeles, CA and was founded by Colonel Griffith in 1896.
Reply N or O
49% of viewers agreed with you.
- Thanks for playing! Tune in next Monday at 9/8c for an all new Heroes.
- According to the Santa Clarita Real Estate blog, the Borax Inc. building was build in 1992 and was significantly damaged by the Northridge earthquake in 1994. The damage forced Borax into relocating its operations temporarily during repairs, and it later vacated the building when operations were relocated to the Denver area.
- Borax Inc. is currently known as Rio Tinto Borax, and now specializes solely in research and operations related to open pit mining. It sold its consumer products division, including the "Twenty-Mule Team" lines, to the Dial Corporation in 1989.
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