* Claudia = DEAD! * Chase = shot in the hand! CAUTERIZES HIS OWN WOUND WITH A RED-HOT POKER (not the Rick Scaia kind)! * Chloe has a kid? First Jack takes advantage of Take Your Kid to Work day at CTU, and now Chloe's baby. * Sherry "Lady Macbeth" Palmer is back! Booyah! * Jack and Nina sitting in a church, kay-aye-ess-ess-aye-enn-gee! (urch?)
I love this show...much better than last week's snorefest.
Rob asks Dave and Ric if they want to go backstage to play Hungry Hungry Hippos and Flair and Batista immediately bail. Flair wants to be Green. Man, EVERYBODY wants to be green. Except the girl in the commercials. She wanted to be pink. That either means that the ad agency was sexist or that she was communist. Of course Hungry Hungry Hippos is a rather capitalist game isnít it? No self respecting communist would play Hungry Hungry Hippos. Except Stalin. He LOVED Hungry Hungry Hippos. God, Iíve got no clue what the hell Iím rambling about anymore.-- Matt "Excalibur05" Hocking, Raw Satire writer extraordinaire
You know, I just can't call it the "WWE." I just can't. My body's rejecting it like a bad liver transplant.-- Bill Simmons, espn.com/page2
Man I love Ryan Chapelle now, telling it like it is. First it was "Chloe's a pain in the ass." And tonight it was, "There's no rule because its supposed to be common sense. Get rid of it!" And what the hell is Chloe doing with a baby in CTU headquarters, did she not watch season 2? CTU is no place for a baby to be. What a negligent mother, someone call child services.
"Just a humble bounty hunter, ma'am." -Spike Spiegel
How does Chase's torture stack up to Jack's from last season? I can't remember if I cringed as much during Jack's.
Palmer looks like he's slowly crossing his way to the dark side. How he's handling himself with Milliken is the complete opposite of how he handled himself with Sen. Keeler's playbook.
Comic relief in 24? I'm not too sure about that. When Chapelle saw Chloe's baby, I was waiting for one of those musical notes on the score that tell you it's a "funny moment." You know, like that episode of Family Guy where the guy sputters his trumpet after Cindy Brady says "is Bobby really a doctor?"
Chase is all kinds of badass; I approve thoroughly. They certainly allayed the fears I had coming into the season.
In the beginning, they seemed to be setting Wayne up to turn Palmer to the dark side, but, now, it seems the other way around. Wayne's apparent change of heart and crisis of conscience is in contrast to the new "hardball" President Palmer. Sherry, though, does very little for me. Her brand of villainy is more distasteful than threatening. She doesn't inspire much fear or anticipation in me. Just my two cents. The way it looks now, I imagine either Palmer will simply lose the election (thus writing him out for next season), Wayne will pull him back from the brink, or both.
How will Jack take Claudia's death, now? What happens when Hector finds out, and will he realize his own men shot her? Will it matter?
I'm wondering if Claudia's father is going to lash out at Chase, now (or maybe even Sergio? He does have a keen interest in guns). Claudia's death was definitely a big, though welcome twist.
Chase's badassery was cemented this episdoe, and it really struck me when Hector says "he can take a bullet to the hand and still not say anything!"
When Nina knocked out Jack with the briefcase, I had to wonder just how much head trauma he can take in one day. By the way, anyone else here think we're going to find out what The Whisper from last season was all about?
I'm glad we're going to get Sherry back. Penny Johnson Jerald's killer in that role. She's so distasteful, bottom-feeding, and manipulative....kinda reminds me of my mother, actually.
I think possibly the greatest Mini series of all time is on the History Channel tonight at 8pm ET 7 CT. If you haven't seen it I encourage you to. The first time I saw it I was blown away, it is emotional and really shows what guys in WWII went through.