24: Season 7, Episode 18

Day 7: 1:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m. (13 Apr. 2009)

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The President meets with Jonas Hodges while Jack battles toxins in his body and works with someone inside the Starkwood compound: can they destroy the bio-weapons before rockets rain death on U.S. cities?

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The President meets with Jonas Hodges while Jack battles toxins in his body and works with someone inside the Starkwood compound: can they destroy the bio-weapons before rockets rain death on U.S. cities?

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24 reminds me of a roller coaster ride!
17 April 2009 | by (Chicago) – See all my reviews

24 reminds me of a roller coaster ride; there are your your ups and downs, twists and turns and just when you think the ride is over it just takes you for another spin.

I know I stretched this one a bit, but you know what I mean.

Imagine Hodges boldly confronting the President, bragging on about protecting the same country he threatened to destroy...

I laughed at his rantings, trying to justify the prosecution of people; kill one to save thousands. In other words kill thousands just so that he could have a conversation at the white house, probably get the President to agree to his terms and maybe he might become President one day... really?

The President officially owed Jack a big one and seeing as she can't really give him the cure, I guess asking someone to give her updates on Jack's health would do... could she really help Jack? She may owe Tony a big one as well after all he did risk his life to save his country... or did he?

I found it strange when one of the guards began acting suspiciously, making second rounds? Did you smell a rat there, because coincidentally Tony was able to apprehend him just at the same time he 'went out for rounds' walking him out with a gun to his head ordering the other guard to surrender his weapon.

In fact there were many things done just to easily:

--Tony blowing up the missiles--

--The FBI rushing in to save the day--

--The army men not putting up a struggle--

--Kim's surprise visit to save her father-- (Although the bit where she was trying to see him all day was believable)

...and finally

--Hodges giving the typical 24 cliché liner "You think this ends with me?"-- (Of course it doesn't) :)

When Larry raided in on Hodges parade and began praising Tony for his patriotism and giving what seemed like a pat on the back by taking his handcuffs off... for some strange reason I wondered about Tony. Hodges was in custody and the coast was clear, everything was back to normal, I somehow wondered how cool it would be for Tony to go bad right there as soon as Larry took off those cuffs. Interestingly enough I imagined Tony overthrowing the guards after Larry gave him the 'you now have to face your crimes' speech and Tony just blatantly nodding in agreement.

It was still a surprising turn of events in the end (no pun intended), when Tony really was the 'bad guy'.

It was sad to see Larry go, an essential main character, to watch Tony stifle him to death (there is no coming back from that I guess), when ironically before he was trying to save him, applying pressure to the bullet wound.

That guy waited too long to pull that gun on Tony, then I knew Tony was bad for sure.

Do we need a moment to mourn Larry's death? .... .... .... ....

Okay, We must commend Kiefer Sutherland for his portrayal of Jack Bauer here. Jack's condition is depreciating as he lashes out at Renee for going behind his back and realizing that Kim wanted to see him all along.

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**Jack is usually the center point in each season, this time he has to stick it out because of his condition. Before I'm sure you thought nothing could keep Jack from doing what he does best (catching the bad guys-going off book). Maybe he's me t his match.

**Tony still asked if Jack had a small chance of living because of Kim. Does that mean that Tony has a soft spot for Jack and there friendship actually means something to him?

**What would Jack have done if he was on that plane with Tony? Would Tony have easily killed Jack? Maybe it was easier Jack was out of the way...

**It looked like Renee and Larry finally saw eye-to-eye. The finally admitted their history to the viewers and succumbed to the hectic day they've had since they've known each other. It just felt as though the writers were trying to give them closure.

**How would the writers explain Tony's covert operation with Bill and Chloe, was that a sham too? Was Tony bad all along?

**There was a lot of emotion between Jack and his daughter, made Jack seem more human. That reminded me of the first time watching Jack cry. Jack has lost everything in his life, including himself.

**The same guard Tony knocked out, was the same guy he teamed up with in the end. My suspicions were right after all there was something fishy there. Now what are they going to do with that missile?

**Did that worker ordered to fire the missile suddenly develop a conscience. "Let's confirm it, maybe it was a false alarm"- a little to late buddy!

**Why didn't that officer cuff the guy who killed his colleague instead of pointing the gun at him? It takes up less energy and takes the element of surprise out of the picture... no cuffs maybe? Then it was very foolish of him to take his eyes off of him, ended up with a bullet in the back.

**Olivia was absent in this hour, still I really didn't miss her.

Interesting turn in events, but 24 seems to be getting a bit predictable. Love watching the action, but would love a bit more suspense as well.

Lexa

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