I thought this episode might either be a springboard for sudden action, or for a more slowly evolving plotline. It turned out to be the latter. Tony has assumed the power vaccuum left by George Mason and he looks desperate for a wink of sleep. Has Tony been infiltrated, or has he just gotten a lot grumpier?
More embarrassing Kim adventures this week. She's just a trouble magnet. Her exploits are getting so absurdly crisis-laden that I'm now actively hoping for the death of her character, despite the many assets Elisha Cuthbert brings to the show. I mean it, I don't know if I could stand one more season of her tomfooleries. I think CTU should give her an internship- that way, she's still be in trouble, but not without cell phone in hand.
I like the behind doors politicking by the President, the moral issues he's considering, and the fact that Sherri isn't anywhere to be found. Hurrah. And the "coral snake" guy (Col. Samuels?) is right creepy. Hope Jack knows what he's doing.
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