A regular on FOX's 'Glee', Jayma Mays pays homage to the show that helped her securing more prominent roles on television.
Jayma Mays is making a comeback to "Heroes", thanks to Hiro's ability to time-travel. Her character Charlie Andrews who was introduced in the eighth episode of the first season and died immediately is brought back to life when Hiro travels three years into the past.
Charlie, a waitress in a Texan diner where Hiro stopped by, has the ability to memorize things quickly and recall them accurately. She was murdered by Sylar in the storeroom with her head split open. In an attempt to save her, Hiro once traveled back to the past but was teleported to Japan before he could warn her.
In "Once Upon A Time in Texas" which airs Monday, November 2, Hiro is dwelling on a second chance to save Charlie from the hands of Sylar. However, Samuel's presence serves to complicate Hiro's mission even further. Elsewhere, H.R.G.'s past with his Primatech partner (guest star Elizabeth Rohm) is revealed.
The Hiro-Charlie saga was adapted into "Heroes: Saving Charlie", the first novel of the "Heroes" series.