24: 1:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m.

This episode started out very lame. Starkwoods big plan was to become the fifth branch of the military? What the hell kind of plan is that? Jack and Kim have a sweet reunion. Tony blows up the gas. Jonas Hodges goes to jail. The end.

But wait a second. Remember that guard who said he would do a perimeter check? Then never came back. Well he shows up at the end of the show to kill some FBI agents and leave with a canister of the bioweapon.

Larry and Tony chase the guy, and Larry takes a shotgun blast to the chest. As he dies, he tries to warn Tony that the guy is behind him. Tony looks at the guy and gives him the “hold on” sign. Larry realizes that Tony and that guy are together. Whoa, big double-double cross by Tony. Larry then dies by Tony’s hand.

I know most people thought this was really awesome, but let me ask this question: what the hell is Tony’s purpose? If he still wants revenge against the government for Michelle’s death, then why not stick with Emerson’s crew? Why not work with Starkwood?

Also, I am sick and tired of the major villain saying “I am just a small cog in a big wheel.” Let me guess, the same organization that is bothering the CIA and MI6 in Quantum of Solace.

I know most people hate Kim, and I was surprised that she did not get kidnapped by some terrorists during her 3 minutes on the show, but she is super hot. As evidenced by this picture.

2 thoughts on “24: 1:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m.

  1. I think this new twist is pretty dumb. I can’t honestly fathom the reasoning behind such a move (and this is after seeing the next episode; you’re a week behind, man). It seems like it was put in just to trick the viewer, logic be damned. There are so many holes in this plot that my brain is throbbing just trying to account for them all.

    But then I think of Elisha, and all is right with the world again…

  2. Obviously I was a week behind. Hence the next post…

    But yes, this whole story has become ridiculous. I think once the season ends I will start watching episodes of Heroes again, and make fun of them each week.

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