Originally posted by HomerJFongSupposedly, the US audience saw a major spoiler for next week's episode. Simulcasting is a plus for us Canucks on occasion.
I learned my lesson last year and I now must always switch to any channel I can immediately after the clock evens out.
As for your body count, are we forgetting 24 himself? Ha, just kidding. My only question concerns over his actual state of death/non-death. Is he really dead and will be revived or is he pulling that heart stopping trick that the pilot Diane was dating on Cheers used? He was in the plane with Diane and Sam and made his heart stop, from some trick he learned from peoples indigenous to somewhere as a gag on them. I'm sure if such a trick exists, 24 would know it. Or, perhaps with Easter being this weekend, a nuclear bomb just went off, and the US about to go to war with 3 Middle Eastern countries we are actually approaching the apocolypse, and he is Jesus. Of course, that would mean another 3 seasons before he came back, and that's just not acceptable.
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I'm just not as compelled by "Will Jack stop the war?" as I was with "Will Jack stop the bomb?" There's been a major storyline shift at the 11th hour and it's taken the emphasis off the whole "against the clock" theme that's prevailed over the show's history.
Originally posted by SimbaI'm just not as compelled by "Will Jack stop the war?" as I was with "Will Jack stop the bomb?" There's been a major storyline shift at the 11th hour and it's taken the emphasis off the whole "against the clock" theme that's prevailed over the show's history.
Can't say I agree with that. The clock is still on as the planes are on their way to start a war. Will we get the confirmation about the tape before we can't turn back???
---------- And the real wonder of the world is that we don't jump too ----------
Where the wild are strong, and the strong are the darkest ones, you're the Darkest One.
I really enjoyed this episode. I see the Viewer Discretion disclaimer makes its return...twice! The only question is, were they referring to Jack's torture, or Tony and Michelle suddenly making out in the hallway? Yeesh, equally graphic if you ask me!
I guess we knew that it was either Novick or Lynn who was going to turn out to be evil, and now we have our answer. I'm thinking he was with the President initially, but kept disagreeing with him to the point of not wanting him in office anymore, so now he's running off with the Vice President and crew. I'm wondering how Palmer's supposed to get out of this little jam.
I was wondering when Yusef would fall victim to a redneck attack. But how did he not see the guy with the rock coming? Even with Kate screaming her head off and everything?
And you know you're watching a bad-ass show when they kill off the main protagonist well before the season ends with seemingly no hope of reviving him. And really, what better cliffhanger is there than that?
(edited by Dagent913 on 16.4.03 1414) What if your grandfather was a kazoo?
Kornheiser and Wilbon both agreed that this was the best ever rendition of the National Anthem on Monday's PTI, FWIW. Marvin's rendition is absolutely incredibly smooth (like The DEAN~!'s sweet sweet booze reviews).