Thursday, February 01, 2007

Hour 11 am to 12 pm: Papa, is that you?

ATTENTION: Some spoilers ahead, if you live in a place where season 6 of 24 is not broadcasted this is the wrong post to read.

This episode was quite decent, sort kind of recess from the rushes we have experienced so far.

Sandra's "fiance" got beat up good, and that's for playing the "mole" without knowing the principal rule: "never get caught". It was kind of weird seeing all this operation going on, just to realize they were browsing the internet through a mobile phone's browser, I can visualize Chloe saying: "call me when you need to hack a real server with multiple layers of security, not to download ring tones off a cellphone.. duh!!"

Hayes quitting over such babble about letting Fayed go x numbers of months ago, the REAL big deal is to know who fed or misled CTU into thinking Assad was the culprit of the bombing attacks.

Talking about bombing, did they run out of martyrs?, I mean, they have been blowing up every possible target with explosive loaded men and all of the sudden they stopped?.

On the other hand, we saw this guy with the hot chick looking for somebody to program the trigger of a tactical nuclear weapon, if they come up with a guy on a working visa, I'm gonna flip for sure, think the next to blame would be the H1B visa program.

And finally we got to meet Jack's father, trying to solve the mess created by Graem. Is really funny seeing Graem talking about family support when he is the first one tying up his own father and own brother. We knew how bad Graem was, based on what we saw on season 5, but this is going way to far.

Now the weird thing, why Graem's men didn't overpower Jack, and waited to get the keys for the handcuffs.

What's next

If you saw next week's preview, you saw Jack beating the crap ou of Graem. Did Graem think Jack wouldn't free up himself?, for crying out loud, Jack got a president indicted, untying himself is something he learned in kindergarten.


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