Originally posted by tomvejada They also said producerd are working on "a very big idea."
I hope the "very big idea" is for them to add a brain and some spunk to the Kim character. That is the only flaw I find with 24, and I pray that everyone she meets is not some sicko or killer. I'm shocked Sherry Palmer won't be in more of the story with what happend to her husband at the end of season 2.
This can only mean one thing... I'm right about the President Palmer Don Knotts robot thing.
If true, I'm surprised Wynter doesn't factor more into next season. I actually liked what they did with her character (stupidity aside) by making her an unconventional love interest. She was basically the "love interest" except they totally avoided any contact between her and Jack whatsoever due to the intense pace of the events going on around them. If they leave their relationship at that, I thought it was pretty original and more realistic.
I'm willing to bet we get Sherry Palmer back in some form next season during a sweeps week.
I wonder if no Sherry Palmer means no Dennis Haysbert. Man, I hate being kept in the dark about that.
EDIT: Very big? How in the hell can you top a nuclear explosion on US soil? Biological warfare is pretty much in the same league, so I wonder if they're doing something else.
(edited by SKLOKAZOID on 19.6.03 1936) "If you're asking if I would ever date a wrestler, certainly I would. However it wouldn't be good business for me to get romantically involved with anyone in any aspect of our business." -Stephanie McMahon (Off the Record, June 3rd, 1999)
"It's going to be about two, two-and-a-half years later," says executive producer Howard Gordon. "Many things may have changed. It's a fair amount of time for old wounds to have healed and new ones to have been inflicted."
It has been previously reported that neither Penny Jerald Johnson, who played Mrs. Sherry Palmer, nor Sarah Wynter, who played Kate, a civilian caught up in Jack's adventures, have been signed as a regular for the coming season. Gordon emphasizes that this doesn't necessarily preclude appearances, citing the example of season-one regular Sarah Clarke, who made guest appearances in season two, reprising her role of turncoat agent Nina.
"Nothing is impossible," Gordon says. "In fact, Kate does make an appearance, but she's not been cast as a regular. The same goes for Penny. This is real fluid. They are characters that live in our universe, and it's entirely possible that they'll be back."
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I do miss Lizz, but here's why Jon Stewart is a TV legend: What five questions? I remember he pared it down to four, but this is the perfect job for him. And no Coke commercials yet that sound smarmy, either!