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Virginia feels all alone.
At times, certain characters experience loneliness.
- Isaac orders Simone out of his apartment, and sits alone as he realizes another painting has come true.
- During his speech, Nathan, while explaining Peter's mental health to the press, states that "no-one should suffer alone".
- At a Los Angeles bar, Matt hears the thoughts of a woman who wonders if anyone would notice if she just disappeared.
- Mohinder tells Nirand that everyone in America seems lonely.
- Ando sits on his own when Hiro does not return.
- Chandra cannot convince his friends nor family about his research.
- Chandra quotes Darwin to Mohinder, saying that a scientific man ought to have a "heart of stone"—a choice to be alone to protect his son.
- Charlie reveals to Hiro that she does not let people get close to her due to the blood clot in her brain.
- Claire tells Peter that she used to feel alone due to her ability.
- Claire sits alone in her home when she is found by the Haitian.
- Claude has spent years in solitary, only taking care of his pigeons.
- Zane sits alone while waiting for Mohinder.
- Hope believes she is on her own when talking on the phone.
- Hiro is locked in a closet, but is rescued by Steve.
- Gustavson tells Hiro that he works alone, as partners "screw you over".
- Claude, aware that The Company has found him, goes back into hiding rather than helping Peter.
- Hiro orders Ando to go home, as he must travel alone.
- Isaac is alone after Peter leaves his loft after Simone is shot.
- Sylar notes to Mohinder that he used to feel alone, and now he has hope.
- Hiro and Nathan discuss doing their adventures alone in order to prevent people from being hurt.
- Mr. Linderman reveals to Nathan a painting entitled The President Stands Alone.
- Sylar later paints a twisted rendition of the same painting.
- Future Matt is estranged from his wife.
- Future Mr. Bennet, too, is estranged from his wife.
- Future Hiro tries to change the past, in order to allow Ando Masahashi to live.
- Nathan feels as if he is the only one feeling sorrow for Peter's disappearance.
- Claire is upset after her first day at her new high school, because she has to hide who she really is.
- Sylar becomes his late mother, stating that she was the only woman who ever really loved him.
- Sylar taunts Micah with the fact that his family is dead.
- Matt Parkman realizes he wants to be with Janice again.
- Noah tells Peter that "it's not healthy to live alone", suggesting himself as an example.
- Hiro tells Sylar that he will eventually die alone.
- Lydia determines that Sylar, haunted by Hiro's prediction of the future, is searching for companionship.
Graphic Novel Recurrences
- Ted wants to be with his wife. (How Do You Stop an Exploding Man?, Part 1)
- Future Niki tells Future Peter that she does not have a family. (Walls, Part 2)
- West says that he would rather be alone than be surrounded by "robots". (Flying Blind)
- Evan and his clones fight Adam, asking him if their lesson has sunk in, and if he realizes the futility of his pursuit of fighting alone. Later, after one of the Evans pushes Adam off a cliff, Adam finally realizes that he was alone, while gods should have disciples. (Revolutionary War, Part 2)
- Adam Monroe, buried alive at Aoyama Cemetery, laments that he is alone. (The Ten Brides of Takezo Kensei)
- Matt Neuenberg has no friends in school, noting that his classmates only to talk him not for who he is, but what he can do. Later, when Matt sits in his Company cell, he says that it is not that different from school because he is tortured in the morning and then left alone the rest of the day. (The Man with Too Much Brains)
- Sean Fallon feels disconsolate and isolated after many morally ambiguous missions with the Company, until he meets Candice, who helps him forget the pain of his job. After her death in a shack, he remarks that he is back to where he was, and he later comments that Silver River, where he is assigned, "wouldn't be such a bad place to die". (The Kill Squad, Part 1)
Character connections • Child vs. parent • Death • Faith and religion • Family • Fate vs. free will • Heroism • Irony • Logic vs. emotion • Loneliness • Loyalty vs. treachery • Moral ambiguity • One punch knockout • Pressure of responsibility • Revenge • Sacrifice • Secrets and deception • Special • Women in Refrigerators
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