24: 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

This was a pretty decent episode.  There were a few silly things that could have made it dumb, but then it ended well, so that made it all better.   Basically, Jack and Cole must rescue Dana and then force her to tell them where the evidence is located.  Easy, right?  Actually for Jack, this is an easy one.

-When someone gets knocked out by Jack, are they automatically out for ten minutes?  He knocked the guy out on the roof and just left him there.  What if the dude just got up like two minutes later and went behind them and shot them both?  At least tie him down…

-Jack shooting the torturer holding Dana was great.  The fact that he tries to reason with Jack by saying that the shot is too risky.  HA, guess he never read Jack’s file.  I love how there was no hesitation.  The sentence barely ends and Jack “pops a hydroshock in his melon.”  To steal a line from Training Day.

So that is water-boarding?  Not what I pictured, nor does it really seem all that bad.  Usually how I start my morning…

Now Jack’s method for information extraction was much more effective:  stick a gun to Dana’s chest and demand the information by the count of three…

-Who the hell has a flash-bomb in a safety deposit box?  Along with a gun and a silencer?  Talk about being prepared.  Will we learn that Dana is really some highly trained super spy?

-When Jack finally catches up with her and he forces her to give up the evidence, we get the feeling that Jack might let her go (which would have really sucked), and then at the last moment he puts two bullets in her without any remorse.  Good for Jack.  Although, Dana might be the ultimate manipulator.  I guarantee when Cole sees that she is dead he will want to take Jack down.  He is going to get beat down in a heartbeat.

-At what point will Chloe start helping Jack because she does not like the guy from Logan’s camp?  I say next episode…