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Twenty Four (24): Day 5, 11:00AM - 12:00PM -- 01/23/06

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Twenty Four (24): Day 5, 11:00AM - 12:00PM -- 01/23/06

Old 01-24-06, 06:45 AM
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Originally Posted by William Wallace
No, I didn't. I only pointed out a possible returning character, which could be so many different ppl.

Mr. King pretty much spouted out the NAME of this character w/ a very MISLEADING spoiler warning. He implied that he was only giving an opinion on the preview for next week's episode, and then all of a sudden he blurts out a HUGE spoiler for the episode after that.

You better not watch the show on TV then, because it will spoil it for you when you buy the DVDs.
Old 01-24-06, 07:06 AM
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Originally Posted by Tommy Ceez
BTW, can someone recap Walt's involvement last year...these plotlines just meld together in my brain, and I can never remember specifics
He was kidnapped by The Others but keeps coming back as a dripping apparition.
Old 01-24-06, 07:49 AM
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And what's up with all that damn black smoke!
Old 01-24-06, 07:51 AM
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Originally Posted by mosquitobite
Saw this on another site. loved it.


WWJBD?
Really? I d/l a wallpaper at the beginning of season three with just the WWJD lettering, which is funnier, IMO.

I'll up it later if anyone wants it.

Excellent episode again. The scissors bit was, wow. I wasn't expecting that extra push. I was disappointed that Tony wasn't awake and cleared though. Expected, but disappointed.

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You know Spenser totally pissed his pants when he saw he was going to be on the receiving end of a Jack Bauer Interrogation™!
Old 01-24-06, 08:26 AM
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I don't think Spencer was a willing participant in any terrorist plot. He simply thought he was hired by the white house to infiltrate CTU and spy on them. Probably thought he was being patriotic. I also think that Jack believes Spenser and that is why he took it easy on him.
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I really thought the president would find his wife hanging in the bathroom. Good to see that she hotfooted away. Where is she going though?

Extra points for some more tasty Jean Smart cleavage.
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I stand corrected, Jack Bauer will resume making Japanese commercials, not MCI/Verizon ones .
Old 01-24-06, 08:53 AM
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Easy week for Carlos Bernard...
Old 01-24-06, 09:05 AM
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Originally Posted by mosquitobite
Saw this on another site. loved it.


WWJBD?
One of my customers sent me that pic in e-mail, but it has a black framing like those stupid motivational posters. Under it, in big letters where the "term" of the motivational poster would be, it just says JACK.

The slogan part says "The only reason you're still conscious is because I don't feel like carrying you."

It's now my desktop wallpaper.
Old 01-24-06, 09:10 AM
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I. Love. This. Show.


I'm betting Jack's ribs will take 2 hours to heal, which is twice as fast as irt will take Tony to recover from getting blown up.
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Originally Posted by Legolas
Seasons one and two are. Season three takes a rather large plunge. Season four hits rock bottom then starts digging for China. Basically, the quality went down with each season.
don't listen to him

all seasons are still the best seasons of any show on television
season 4 was the best
Old 01-24-06, 09:57 AM
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Originally Posted by Legolas
Seasons one and two are. Season three takes a rather large plunge. Season four hits rock bottom then starts digging for China. Basically, the quality went down with each season.
dont listen to him, every season has been fantastic, never had a bad season yet
Old 01-24-06, 09:58 AM
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Originally Posted by MovieExchange
One of my customers sent me that pic in e-mail, but it has a black framing like those stupid motivational posters. Under it, in big letters where the "term" of the motivational poster would be, it just says JACK.

The slogan part says "The only reason you're still conscious is because I don't feel like carrying you."

It's now my desktop wallpaper.
Hook us up! Up it to imagashack!
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Originally Posted by tbird2340
Hook us up! Up it to imageshack!
I was going to say the same thing!
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here's one i just made up...(with a different pic)

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Is it just me, or does Spencer look a bit like Lee Harvey Oswald? For that reason alone, I thought he could have been in on it with the pseudo-Russians.
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the presidents wife......

The presidents wife, the cleavage shot was great.... she certainly is my first lady.. I am now hoping that she will end up running to a cabin in the woods and take a shower..This season is great so far. I am not sure if I am the only one who doesn't know this but does anyone know why they are trying to kill Jack? Is it me, or has Audrey actually become hotter looking?
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Originally Posted by metman86
Is it me, or has Audrey actually become hotter looking?
I was thinking the same thing. She actually looked like an older Sarah Michelle Gellar last night.
Old 01-24-06, 11:25 AM
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Originally Posted by Bandoman

I'm betting Jack's ribs will take 2 hours to heal, which is twice as fast as irt will take Tony to recover from getting blown up.
It's already been 5 hours since Tony got blowed up... The Slacker!

I agree, Spence thought he was serving the president. Not so much a mole as a dimwitted pawn. 0nce he realized the truth he didn't wuss-out but rather admitted he had been had. Bamboozled. Hoodwinked. Played.
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Originally Posted by silentbob007
I kind of figured that Spencer was an unwitting accomplice ... nothing like feeling the feelings of secrecy and power to flip someone.

I'm a bit surprised that Jack killed the assassin like he did considering he orders everyone else not to kill the targets so that they can be interrogated.
Hey but when it's between your life and his death, a man has gotta do what a man's gotta do!
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I love the pace this season, and how they're NOT dragging things out to ridiculous lengths. I felt in some seasons they were wayyyy too slow (there's a mole? who's the mole? let's show you who the mole is for five episodes while everybody runs around wondering who the mole is.) The pace is making this the best season yet, IMHO.
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I thought 24: Season of the Cougar was the worst one, 3 was better, and four still better. This has been the most enjoyable start since the first season, though, IMO.
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I thought it was ridiculous that "the guy with the yellow tie" kept his tie on the whole time he was loading the truck with the canisters. I mean, I understand that it was more for the viewers to identify him than anything, but it was a little silly that he would have kept it on that whole time.

GREAT Episode otherwise!!
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Originally Posted by runner001
I thought it was ridiculous that "the guy with the yellow tie" kept his tie on the whole time he was loading the truck with the canisters. I mean, I understand that it was more for the viewers to identify him than anything, but it was a little silly that he would have kept it on that whole time.

GREAT Episode otherwise!!
He didn't know he was spotted by Jack, so why would he take it off?
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Originally Posted by Tommy Ceez
BTW, can someone recap Walt's involvement last year...these plotlines just meld together in my brain, and I can never remember specifics

Walt pretty much just kind of showed up out of nowhere toward the very end as someone important in Logan's staff. When the secret service guy went to apprehend Jack, Walt ordered him -- behind Logan's back -- to kill Jack.



Originally Posted by Chauzer
all seasons are still the best seasons of any show on television
season 4 was the best

Well, if you believe season four was the best, then naturally you'd also think 24 is the hands-down greatest thing on TV without any flaws whatsoever.

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