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12 05 2014

24Logo3I can think of no more difficult thing than watching an episode of 24 and not post things people would consider spoilers. Let me state that if you have not watched the first two episodes, then do not proceed with this blog post.

In the last episode we learned what the end-game is for Margot (Michelle Fairley)–the killing of an American president on foreign soil by hijacking a drone. Helping her is her daughter Simone (Emily Berrington). Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) and Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) are hot on Simone’s trail. Kate Morgan (Yvonne Strahovski) and Erik Ritter (Gbenga Akinnagbe) are not far behind Jack and Chloe. I’m biting my nails and am hyperventilating at this point. Chloe shares with Jack some news that shocks him and makes me cry. We are now just 14 minutes into the show. Jack and Chloe learn the identities of the players involved, but the plot and mystery thickens. Are allies really allies? Are enemies really enemies? And the there is what I call “creepy cam.” I was cheering for Audrey and for the last minute of the show, I actually held my breath.

All I want to hear now is that Fox Broadcasting orders a pickup for this show! Today is upfronts for Fox Broadcasting.Ā  Come on, Fox. Make my day.Ā  Give it the green light for another season.

Watch tonight, Monday, May 12, on Fox Broadcasting at 9/8 Central.


(Thank you Fox Broadcasting and FOX VIP for the privilege of watching the screener for tonight’s episode)



4 responses

12 05 2014
Karen Ford

Reblogged this on IN THE KNOW and commented:
Need to see the first 2 episodes before you read this post. Great job as usual my friend, šŸ™‚


12 06 2014
Unshakable Hope

Mary and I are addicted to “24.”


14 06 2014

Bill: What do you think of this season so far? People seem to be complaining that it is too predictable–same formula as the previous shows and that it is a tired formula.


15 06 2014
Unshakable Hope

I guess we haven’t really thought about predictability… I am not that deep šŸ™‚ I actually think it’s better than before. I like the way they’ve balanced the political issues; it kind of forces viewers to see both sides.


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