'Don't let your daughters grow up to be terrorists.'
Most shocking episode ever? Could be; we'll see about next week's.
Can a president have such qualms about Jack's actions (unbelievable, in every sense of the word: "I will kill your family unless you tell me where the bomb is right now!") when he himself is overseeing the torture of the man who was one of his closest advisors just a few hours earlier? Just a thought.
I think someone should keep a running count of the number of torture scenes on the show... The season opener (very first scene in fact), Kate and the investigator/h@x0r, etc...
I would have sworn that "N34" meant latitude 34 degrees north. But I was being too clever... It's de plane, boss. Or so they would lead you to believe.
So here we are, halfway through season two. I remember being halfway through last year; I think we all agree that the initial story arc was intended for the first 12 episodes and was expanded when the show was renewed for the full season. (Or maybe we don't agree, and I'm full of it.) My point is, it will be quite interesting to see how the rest of the shows work themselves out, now that we know more or less exactly where the bomb is. posted by Steve
2/11/2003 10:58:00 PM
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