Monday, February 23, 2009

Overheard: Jack Coleman

Atlanta's J93.3 FM recently did a phoner with Jack Coleman, our own second Steven Carrington of "Dynasty" who's got great new acclaim as Noah Bennet on NBC's "Heroes." Coleman talked about the Super Bowl, commenting on how nice it was to see a Super Bowl where both teams played well, and also joking about his co-star Hayden Panettiere, who was at the game talking with Al Roker. There are three of her, he jibed -- one protesting somewhere overseas, one on set and one at the Super Bowl.

J93.3 asked Coleman what superpower he would have if he could.

"I'm going to give you my stock answer," he said. "I used to think it would be cool to be invisible, but I was invisible through most of the '90s, and it wasn't that great."

The radio host asked what superpower he would rather his kids not have.

"Plausible deniability," he quipped.

Tonight's episode of "Heroes" gives special focus to Noah, hinting that at last we'll have the answer to whether this dad-of-the-invincible-Claire is really a good guy or a bad guy. And indeed, he's been changin' like the wind, much like fellow character Sylar (who's BRBTV's fave, by the way).

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