Seriously, that was one of the slower episodes this season, but the end made it totally worth it. That was freaking insane with Logan. I totally thought he was way to stupid to pull much of anything off. Jack should kill Logan at teh end of the season and become president for next season... ok, its not going ot happen, but its a thought.
I think I was ready for everything but it being Logan who was behind the plot. I kept waiting for Audrey to pull a gun on Chloe, I was waiting for Secretary Heller to be talking to Robocop... Hell, I half expected Nina or Sherry Palmer to have risen from the dead. But not Logan. Yeah, we should have seen it coming because it was the least likely person, but it all makes sense when you think about it (I'm assuming he's doing it to cement his legacy as President).
I don't know where they go from here though... I mean, how do you take down a president? And couldn't Logan just call the Chinese government on Jack?
I'm loving the Wayne/Jack tag team though, also as much as I was loving the Curtis/Jack team. Speaking of Curtis, is he finished now that Homeland Security took over?
Well, I had a hunch that Robocop was going to be the one to save everyone in the end... and I'm now even more confident I'm going to be right. (Seriously, who would you rather take down - a rogue CTU agent or a corrupt President? Just watch for the swerve, kids.)
I was nervous for a while that they were gonna kill Wayne off, but the right decision is for him to survive the day.
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Wayne should definitely be kept around for a future season or seasons. He's a good character to have around. Especially now that David Palmer is dead.
That really would be interesting if Robocop redeems himself at the end, saves everyone else, and kills President Logan. But I really just can't forgive him for killing Tony and so many other people this season.
We haven't seen much of Mike in a while either. And he was becoming this season's Lynn Kreskge.
I like the plot twist, but is it plausible? I can't figure out how it would be. Maybe Henderson was the middleman between Logan and Cummings to shield the President from getting his hands too dirty? The best I can figure is that Logan (with the help of Henderson and a few high ranking gov't officials) used the terrorism threat to drum up upport for a war and a more aggressive foreign policy as was alluded to when Cummings confessed. Any other ideas?
Wayne Palmer is pretty awesome. Between him, Curtis, and Aaron Pierce, we're in a golden age for non-Kiefer asskickers.
Even though the end of the season almost as to have a showdown between Jack and Henderson, I'd kind of like to see Henderson get out of this alive and come back next season in the Nina Myers recurring bad guy role. Jack really needs an arch enemy.
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Logan? I don't get it with. But I have enough faith in the show to wait and see. Maybe he has been going the Kaiser Soze route of letting everyone think he is a spineless jellyfish, but is really the mastermind all along. Maybe it will come out he had something to do with the dead President's plane crash last season?
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Originally posted by kentishLogan? I don't get it with. But I have enough faith in the show to wait and see. Maybe he has been going the Kaiser Soze route of letting everyone think he is a spineless jellyfish, but is really the mastermind all along. Maybe it will come out he had something to do with the dead President's plane crash last season?
I've been hoping since the week Air Force One was shot down that Heller was responsible, as part of some attempted takeover of the US Government. Had been waiting for them to bring him back this season to pick up with that plot. Instead, we get Logan. I don't know, I don't buy it yet. I mean, Logan pretending to be a pussy makes about as much sense as heels on RAW plotting in front of a cameraman that they don't notice. Why is Logan going to "stay in character" and pretend to be a pussy 24/7, even when nobody else is around?
I thought this was a really good one. Mainly because I'm a Pam fan (a "Pam Miner"? No, er, no. Won't say that again. So sorry) and thus I got into her crazy plan to promote herself to Office Administrator and successfully bluffing Gabe.