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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

    I missed last night's episode. Can anyone fill me in? Quick synopsis? Thanks...

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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radiobarry
    I missed last night's episode. Can anyone fill me in? Quick synopsis? Thanks...

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    The official website here has a complete, by-the-minute synopsis of each episode.

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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

    Another great episode of 24. That ending threw me, could Audrey possibly be involved??? Maybe she didn't know what it was intended for.

    It was also nice to see Desmond from Lost getting some more quality work. Something tells me we haven't seen the last of him.


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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

    Yeah, I can't wait for more "Desmond" time!!

    And I needs me some more Ponyboy!! Could he BE a worse actor?? I think not. I looove Attack of the 80's All-Stars Season!! It's been perfect!

    And the VP played by the scariest guy on Twin Peaks (and they all freaked me out!), is the best!!

    All I need now is for Jason Patric to show up and battle with Keifer Sutherland over a Julia Roberts-like woman and I'd be in heaven!! I mentioned that to my husband and he was He didn't remember the early 90's Julia/Keifer/Jason love triangle that was EVERYWHERE and pushed Julia into superstardom.

    We're loving the plot twists...but even I almost cried when Edgar died....then Lyn....then again when Tony died!! Oy. Not expecting that. Very high body count this season....and yet, I'm sure everyone will just bounce right back and finish their jobs....

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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

    All I could muster at the end of this week's episode was, "NO WAY!" This will be one hell of a plot twist!

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    Audrey sure has changed a lot in a year and a half. After watching Jack torture Paul, she could barely look at Jack. Guess she was still adjusting to what Jack used to do rather than what he was doing at the DoD. Now, Jack interrogates the heck out of her (how crushing was Jack's look when Audrey kept insisting that she'd only met Walt Cummings on business occasions?) and slams her against a wall, and she still forgives him. Guess she understands him better now. His treatment of her during the interrogation made a lot more sense knowing that if he treated her lightly, they were going to chemically torture her. Of course, then they tortured her anyway. I actually liked her admission that she was getting through it by thinking of Jack. It shows how much her attitude about him has changed and that she understands him a lot more than she used to. I thought the whole make-up scene was sweet, but yeah a little sappy. Nice that Jack got a 2-minute break in his day though.

    I liked the exploding gas containers at the end when Jack was running away from them, but that seemed much more conventional blow-em-up stuff than they usually do on "24", so that actually didn't ring as true for me as the numerous other action scenes.

    I'm wondering about all these people who are doing what the bad guys are asking them to do, thinking they'll be ok afterward. Figure out a way to open this cannister because we can't or we'll kill you. OK, they've just said they can't do it - how can they then kill you if you don't do it? And you have zero idea what they're having you open or what they're going to do with it. And what happens after he cuts them all open for them? Boom, he's dead. Let us release this we-won't-tell-you-what-it-is gas into your system or we'll kill your friends. Umm, ok, they can't do it without you, and you're not even going to think for a minute what they're releasing into the system? I guess I'm wondering if everyone is really just on a "fend for yourself" mentality without thinking about what the bigger picture is. Did he think they were releasing happy gas into the system? So far, the only day player person to think about the bigger picture is the guard who was unlucky enough to be in the same room as Lynn. Maybe everyone does kick into self-preservation mode first.

    Does anyone else see the amazing resemblance that the head lady from the Department of Homeland Security bears to Helen Mirren?

    I loved Chloe's "protocol" speech to the second-in-command Homeland Security guy, but I especially loved her look when she realized how crazy the new girl is after Bill brushed past her.

    I really liked that in the preview for next week, they didn't show Jack at all. But we know he's not dead.

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    I loved Chloe's "protocol" speech to the second-in-command Homeland Security guy, but I especially loved her look when she realized how crazy the new girl is after Bill brushed past her.
    LOL! I know! Chole just had this look on her face like, "Ooookay... Psycho!"

    Looks like the First Lady's assistant is going to get a whuppin' from Wayne Palmer! WOOT!

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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5


    Kiefer Sutherland: Heart of Darkness

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    Kiefer Sutherland is quite looking forward to the day when the creators of the unnerving Fox TV show 24 do unto his Jack Bauer character what they've done to so many others: kill him off, brutally, but with few tears. "Don't get me wrong," he says. "I love what I do." But he's thirty-nine years old, a little pent-up and a lot tired. All he's had for the past five years, ten months out of each year, are endless fourteen-hour days of working on the show, gun in hand, eyes squinted, voice on ultra-incredibly intense, saving the world with methods that might not be right but are never wrong. He has no girlfriend in his life, no affection or release of that sort. Sometimes he feels trapped, caged, really. And then, as a consequence, he occasionally falls into the scotch bottle and ends up making a messy spectacle of himself.
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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

    April 10, 2006
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    Sutherland boosts pact at 20th TV


    Kiefeer Sutherland

    By Nellie Andreeva

    "24" star Kiefer Sutherland has inked a multifaceted deal with 20th Century Fox Television.

    The rich pact, which is set to begin in June, calls for the actor to continue on the hit Fox drama for three more years and includes a two-year development deal for Sutherland's soon-to-be-launched production banner.

    Details on the deal were sketchy Friday, but sources pegged the acting portion alone at more than $40 million for the three seasons, which could make Sutherland the highest paid actor in drama series.

    While the deal with Sutherland locks him in for three additional years beyond the current fifth season of "24", the 20th TV/Imagine TV-produced show so far has been picked up for one additional season.
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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

    I read that earlier today. WOOT!

    Looks like Logan is gonna get his butt kicked next week!

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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

    "I know what you've done, and I know what you're doing. And I'm here to stop it."

    That probably won't happen until the last couple of minutes of the episode.

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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

    I can't wait for another week. Suspense is killing me!!!

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    I can't wait for another week. Suspense is killing me!!!
    As my father always says "Son of a *****!!"

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    Re: 24: Jack is back for season 5

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