24 (Spoilers)

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Am I the only one who figured out right away that the bomb wouldn't be on the plane once Marie saw the CTU caravan storm onto the runway? Let's all wave at the van leaving with the bomb, folks. And is the Kim Show getting dumber and dumber by the minute? And yet, it is the best show on television. It's event TV, folks. Too bad it gets overlooked too often.

I''ve been a casual viewer of this show, but watched all the way through last night.

I figured with 10 episodes left there was no way the bomb could be on the plane. However a friend of ours was over and she was so surprised it wasn''t.

The whole Kim thing is dumb, but when she is wearing that white, wet tanktop I don''t mind when they write her into more of the story, even if she is dumb enough to get into that bunker with Kevin Dillon. (that was him right?)

Well, you just never know with 24. Maybe there''d be another bomb, or another type of attack or something. Seems clear though that Sherry really didn''t take the divorce from last season too well.

I sort of felt that the whole ""Kim in a tight tank-top"" scene was her personal, heart-felt apology to me for being so annoying.

"WineGlass" wrote:

I sort of felt that the whole ""Kim in a tight tank-top"" scene was her personal, heart-felt apology to me for being so annoying. :D

Bahhhahahhahahahhahahahahahhah that is rich.

I love that show the first season was just unbelievable... this season is well also unbelievable but in a less good way, still enjoying the heck out of it, they definitely need more unpredictable plot turns. Though I guess we now have another high grade killing machine on the loose with no clear idea of their objectives (the 7th Elite soldier)

Oh god I couldn''t agree with you more. Even when they had the dam box pulled out and were trying to get it to disarm I wasn''t buying it.

Now for me the Kim character is something I struggle with every time I see each episode. On the one hand she is Gorgeous and when they have her in those tight fitted shirts running around I think to myself, oh yeah beautiful! On the other hand her character is unbelievably dumb, what''s even worse is that I don''t think the writers were trying to portray her as dumb but maybe simply young and niave.

By the way I don''t think the actor portraying McRae (the nut in the shack!) is Kevin Dillon. Unfortunatly I didn''t tape the credits to last nights show and for the life of me I can''t get any info off the Fox sight or imdb database about his character and who plays him. I am sure someone will let us know or the sights will finally update themselves to include this info.

I can''t decide yet weather I hate the character Sherry for being such a bitch. Or weather I just hate the character all together. Either way I wish she were the one sitting in the interigation room getting zapped for hours on end.

Having said all this I am still enjoying this season of 24, although at this point I find last season was much better.

[quote=""Gaald""]
By the way I don''t think the actor portraying McRae (the nut in the shack!) is Kevin Dillon. Unfortunatly I didn''t tape the credits to last nights show and for the life of me I can''t get any info off the Fox sight or imdb database about his character and who plays him. I am sure someone will let us know or the sights will finally update themselves to include this info.
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Episode Information
Episode Number 37
First Aired February 18, 2003
Production Code 2AFF13
Writer Maurice Hurley

Director Jon Cassar

Guest Stars: Reiko Aylesworth (as Michelle Dessler) Jude Ciccolella (as Mike Novick) Michelle Forbes (as Lynne Kresge) Laura Harris (as Marie Warner) Kevin Dillon (as Lonnie McRae) Daniel Dae Kim (as Agent Tom Baker) Max Martini (as Agent Steve Goodrich) Val Lauren (as Agent Randy Murdoch) Randle Mell (as Brad Hammond) Dylan Haggerty (as N.E.S.T. Tech #1) Miguel Perez (as Ranger Mike Kramer) Marc Casabani (as Omar) Gary Dewitt Marshall (as N.E.S.T. Tech #2) Harris Yulin (as Roger Stanton [uncredited])

well I''ll be jiggered. It was Kevin Dillon. I have no idea who I thought he was. LOL

thanks Griffon.

"Gaald" wrote:

well I''ll be jiggered. It was Kevin Dillon. I have no idea who I thought he was. LOL

thanks Griffon. :lol:

I actually have no real idea who Kevin Dillon is... though the name does sound somewhat familiar... just thought I settle it for the record, things like the keep me up at night

haha. He was in (i believe) ""Platoon"" as the guy with the shotgun. Can''t think of anything else right now, except 24.

Good episode tonight, but this is a tough show to watch when you know they aren''t going to find the ""real"" bomb until the last episode.

And what was Kim doing wearing that damn jacket over that tight white tank top?

How do you know that the bomb is the main thing going down? Maybe there''s a back-up. Maybe the terrorists counted on the bomb being found to screen something just as sinister.

"Rat Boy" wrote:

How do you know that the bomb is the main thing going down? Maybe there''s a back-up. Maybe the terrorists counted on the bomb being found to screen something just as sinister.

Well it certainly looks like they found the real bomb this time. tick-tock tick-tock on that ol'' invisable clock.

Why the hell would they let Sherry walk out of the command center with all that information.. they better be playing a cat and mouse game with her or I''m going to b irritated.

I''m sure there is a twist. Next episode he has the bomb on the plane so I''m sure there is a bigger surprise. 2 bombs?

"Pulse" wrote:

I''m sure there is a twist. Next episode he has the bomb on the plane so I''m sure there is a bigger surprise. 2 bombs?

Gah! and right there is why I don''t watch next weeks previews :P.

Especially when the main shots of the preview are the last 30 seconds of the episode it previews!

hehe..the title of the thread does say ""spoilers""

"Pulse" wrote:

hehe..the title of the thread does say ""spoilers"" :oops:

Yes it does, but still :(...

Jesus Christ, I guess I''m just a naive viewer. Not only do I find this season much more thrilling and well-written than last season, I didn''t see any of those plot twists coming. Ignorance is bliss though, I feel sorry for those of you who keep watching it, thinking that last season was better.

Wow what an episode. I really liked the way they went with the story, in fact I applaud them. I hate it when everything wraps up nicely into one tight package. I can''t wait to see how this whole thing pans out.

It''s episodes like last night''s that remind us why this is among the greatest shows on television now. These next three weeks are going to be tough.

"Gaald" wrote:

Wow what an episode. I really liked the way they went with the story, in fact I applaud them. I hate it when everything wraps up nicely into one tight package. I can''t wait to see how this whole thing pans out.

Oh man you guys got me all a tingle. I gotta run home and watch this today.

Great episode. I almost posted about it last night, but since I have a tendency to give out the plot in sentence one I decided to wait. I''ll wait until Griffon sees it, or someone mentions something about (spoiler)

the bomb going off.

opps.

Great episode. I almost posted about it last night, but since I have a tendency to give out the plot in sentence one I decided to wait. I''ll wait until Griffon sees it, or someone mentions something about the bomb going off.

opps.