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The W - Movies & TV - 24: Day 7, 6-8 AM
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 10.00
Huh. For something that clearly looked like it was headed off the rails, it turned out pretty great.

This episode was all about redemption. Not just for the character, but for the actors. It seemed like Elisha Cuthbert agreed on coming back if she could try and make up for every dumb character moment Kim has had, in 90 minutes or less. She knows how to backtrack camera feeds! Meanwhile, Carlos Benard apparently decided that if they were going to bring him back from the dead and link him with this role forever, he was going alllllll out for the Emmy in his last hour (this year.)

The best thing about the presidential plot? If Olivia is in jail and the husband is estranged, maybe there's no presidential plot next year!

This was all good bloody fun, from the simple Janis/Chloe goodbye, to the reaching explanation for Tony's action (I think that might have pulled it off - you just have to allow that Tony is off his rocker), to even leaving the endings uncertain - well, we know what the endings are, because it's a show on television, but we have no idea where they'll leave everyone the next day.

There was plenty of sillyness, but a lot more plots working out better than I thought. I don't know if this turned out to be the best season ever, but it was a lot better than the last few.



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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.21

It kinda wrapped up nicely ... still this season left a lot to be desired.

Maybe they'll pull the ol' Dylan's dad from 90210 really didn't blow up bit and bring Jonas Hodges back. Jon Voight rules.
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.00
"Damn it!" - Kim

Best line of the night. It was a two great hours for me, redemption is the perfect word. Now we shall see next season what suprise they pull up.



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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.64
I was really beginning to wonder how things could be wrapped up as my DVR approached 1 hour 55 minutes, but they pretty much did.

A very good season overall, maybe in the top 3 ever for 24 (after 1 and 5). This show won be back over after a terribly disappointing 6th season. Maybe the year off helped take the bad taste out of my mouth?




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Just like last season, they're just getting better. As long as they keep the kids the A story and Bob can be the B story, I'll be happy. My only nitpick is that the slight change to the theme music will take me a few more episodes to get used to.
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