Mr. Bennet has a pair of horn-rimmed glasses.
|Owned by:||Noah Bennet|
|Current status:||In Malina's possession|
Noah Bennet, also known as "HRG", wears horn-rimmed glasses.
- 1 About
- 1.1 Genesis
- 1.2 One Giant Leap
- 1.3 Hiros
- 1.4 Better Halves
- 1.5 Nothing to Hide
- 1.6 Seven Minutes to Midnight
- 1.7 Six Months Ago
- 1.8 Company Man
- 1.9 Five Years Gone
- 1.10 Graphic Novel:The Death of Hana Gitelman, Part 1
- 1.11 Graphic Novel:The Death of Hana Gitelman, Part 2
- 1.12 Graphic Novel:It Takes a Village, Part 1
- 1.13 Kindred
- 1.14 The Line
- 1.15 Out of Time
- 1.16 Cautionary Tales
- 1.17 Truth & Consequences
- 1.18 Powerless
- 1.19 Graphic Novel:Special
- 1.20 Graphic Novel:Blindsided
- 1.21 The Eclipse, Part 2
- 1.22 Orientation
- 1.23 Jump, Push, Fall
- 1.24 Brave New World
- 1.25 Odessa
- 1.26 Under the Mask
- 1.27 June 13th, Part One
- 1.28 11:53 to Odessa
- 1.29 Send in the Clones
- 1.30 Project Reborn
- 2 Memorable Quotes
- 3 Notes
- 4 Trivia
- 5 Gallery
- 6 See Also
- 7 External Links
In his late father's apartment in Chennai, India, Mohinder discovers Mr. Bennet's horn-rimmed glasses sitting on a table. While Bennet is in Mohinder's taxi, his face is cloaked in shadow, but his glasses are very clear.
While talking to Isaac Mendez, Noah briefly takes off his glasses before speaking more frankly to Isaac and puts them back on as he starts to explain about a tragedy 14 years before that led to him getting Claire as his daughter.
In 2003, Mr. Bennet needs glasses. With Claire's advice, he rejects a pair of "grandpa" glasses and "grandma" glasses. Claire finally chooses a pair of horn-rimmed glasses for her father. When he asks how he looks in the new pair, she tells him he looks like "my dad".
In her flashback, Hana refers to Mr. Bennet as "the man in the horn-rimmed glasses".
In the introduction of the graphic novel, Noah Bennet is referred to as "the man in the horn-rimmed glasses".
Mohinder sends Noah a photograph of the last painting in the series of eight. The painting depicts Noah's death by a bullet wound which breaks the left lens of his horn-rimmed glasses.
Claire asks West if his mark hurts and he tells her no, that its just a reminder of his abduction by the man in the horn-rimmed glasses. Claire nearly tells West the truth that the man is her father, but changes her mind at the last moment. As Claire gets them popsicles, West spots Noah entering the house and his distinctive glasses and realizes that its the same man who abducted him. As West tries to drag Claire away, believing Noah to be after them, Claire finally tells him that the man with the horn-rimmed glasses is her father. Disgusted and believing that Claire set him up, West flies away.
After finding the series of eight, Noah tries to make sense of the ones leading up to his death and later stares at a picture of the one with his dead body and broken glasses.
Noah is shot through the left eye by Mohinder Suresh and killed. The shot shatters his glasses lens and splatters it with blood. When Noah is later resurrected, he no longer has his shattered glasses.
As Ted Barnes, Noah no longer possesses his glasses. When he meets with Rene, Rene returns his glasses to him and states that Noah had left the glasses with him the last time they had met. Noah puts his glasses back on and comments he didn't know what he was missing before Rene starts strangling him.
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At the Odessa Unity Summit, the Noah of 2014 loses his glasses when Erica Kravid has him restrained by guards. Putting Noah's glasses back on, Erica promises to tell Claire that Noah has "been detained" when she sees her.
As a massive storm blows a car towards him, Noah suddenly disappears. All Malina finds afterwards are his cracked glasses lying on the ground.
Malina examines Noah's glasses as she wonders about his disappearance.
"I love your glasses, Mr. Bennet."
"The man with the horn-rimmed glasses. He chased me around the world."
"The one who did all the talking had these horn-rimmed glasses."
"Try these on."
"How do I look?"
"Like my dad."
"Last thing I remember is this man stepping out of the bushes calling my name."
"What are you talking about? What man?"
"I don't know who he was. But I remember the way he looked at me. Like I was an animal he wanted to trap. I try to put him out of my head. But sometimes I can see his face -- that guy with the horn-rimmed glasses."
"Great. Glasses himself."
"I didn't know what I was missing."
- When asked if there is any real significance to Mr. Bennet's glasses, Tim Kring responded, "Because his character had very few lines in the pilot, and needed to be recognizable, we gave him a distinct pair of glasses. I also liked that they had a distinct early days of the CIA look to them. Very 'Company Man'."
- Mr. Bennet's glasses are Demi-Amber/Gold Universal Univis Country Squire 2 glasses. The model of glasses is clearly visible along the inside of the earpiece in the Heroes prop display at San Diego Comic-Con 2007.
- According to Greg Beeman's blog, the over-the-shoulder point-of-view shots through Mr. Bennet's glasses started as "just a fun shot that occurred in the pilot and we try to have fun within the episodes. The directors try to out 'HRG' each other."
- According to the NBC Auction page, the glasses are a "Universal brand glasses". Its model is a Country Squire and is "tortoise shell with gold accents".
Before the horn rims, Mr. Bennet modeled a pair of "grandma" glasses.
Mr. Bennet wears horn-rimmed glasses for the first time.
Mr. Bennet's first introduction is through his glasses.
Mr. Bennet puts his glasses back on.
Mr. Bennet is wearing horn-rimmed glasses as he looks at the front door.
...and he takes them off to clean them...
(Six Months Ago)
Mr. Bennet's glasses are very reflective.
(Fathers & Daughters)
Mr. Bennet looks commanding in his glasses.
(Wireless, Part 1)
Mr. Bennet looks at the family computer.
Mr. Bennet looks at Claire after she spits out a bullet.
Hana punches Mr. Bennet right in his glasses...
...and breaks them in half.
(The Death of Hana Gitelman, Part 1)
Mr. Bennet, with his glasses, has a very "Company Man" look.
(How to Stop an Exploding Man)
Isaac paints a painting of Noah's death. Noah is shot in the eye, the left lens broken.
Noah and his glasses look at Claire.
Fire reflects off of Noah's glasses.
(Out of Time)
Noah looks forward with glasses.
(Out of Time)
A painting of Noah's broken glasses is reflected off Noah's glasses.
Mohinder looks at Noah from behind, seeing the back of his head and the side of his glasses.
Noah looks at Elle with his glasses.
Noah's glasses stare at Bob.
Bob has a very "Company Man" look when he threatens Noah.
Noah looks at Claire as she stands next to a vent.
Claire helps Mr. Bennet pick out his first pair of glasses.
Noah is deprived of his glasses while under interrogation.
Noah almost gets his glasses knocked off.
(Jump, Push, Fall)
Noah looks at Gretchen with his glasses.
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