Discussion in 'Visual Arts' started by Chris R, Oct 28, 2008.
Actually, I think this season is better than perhaps the last two seasons.
This season is better than last season. I say that having quit about halfway through last season, so I don't know how it ended. But even though the last few episodes have been good, its still all been done before.
Better than Season 6 for sure but not better than Season 5, IMO - that one was a nail-biter every night!
So we'll be seeing Jack's daughter, Kim, next week?
I'm guessing CTU will be re-established with Jack running it and Renee as Field Agent.
Good theory. I was wondering over the past 2 episodes if Jack was going to try and persuade Renee to bust him out so they could go help Larry Moss and Tony. Faking a collapse could work.
But him giving himself injections implies that he's not faking it.
CTU will in fact be back next season...
all implications point to something that kim has that will cure jack.
I resemble that remark.
Oh, boy! Kim's coming back!
I hope they also bring back the cougar that was menacing her in Season 2.
By now Kim is a Cougar!
Thirteen minutes in and we've got a nailbiter of an epsiode.
[spoiler]Oh no! Tony! [/spoiler]
O M G!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Well, I guess tonight's episode removes the likelihood of this happening.
Great episode tonight.
You double ....., triple ......, quadruple ...... crossing [censored]!
[spoiler]So who hired Tony to do this? His former bosses boss? Hodges?
Hodges said this “wasn’t over” to the Prez, but it wouldn’t make sense faking out Tony previously.
Some remorse on his face, but Tony killing Larry Moss with his bare hands when he was downed certainly puts him out of contention for any redemption (unless of course, Moss actually lives). And in the preview for next week, he asks if his partner has a problem killing a bunch of FBI agents.
No, I don’t see Tony running the show next year. [/spoiler]I like the emoticon showing up in the spolier.
something weird about that Tony scene, highlight below, this spoiler thing is new to me...
[spoiler]there's no way Tony could have planned to be where he was, and uncuffed to boot at that confrontation, remember, Seaton did indeed fool Tony into sending the FBI on a wild goose chase, until Tony turned around, I believe that guy was prepared to shoot Tony and Larry. I think Tony was shocked to see who had that canister, as that guy was to see Tony, I think they knew each other/worked together in the past and seeing each other was a 'fortunate accident' for both of them. The guy with the canister may have alterior non-starkwood motives.[/spoiler]
They better find a miracle cure for Jack or it's curtains for this show.
did you see the previews for next week?
^ I did, but I've already forgotten what was in the preview.
Tony's actions in this episode don't seem logical to me. We still don't know who is the leak either (I was hoping it was Garafolo's character), so things are starting to fall apart.
I agree, though that this was an exciting episode.
Exciting episode, but I agree about Tony. It seems a twist just for the sake of a twist.
What happened that we are sure there is still a leak at FBI? I thought it was just the one dark haired moody guy who killed his mistress and tried to frame her?
I was thinking the same thing, There were too many variables for that to have been a planned outcome. It reminded me of what Jack had to do in Season 2? 3? (can't remember) to another agent.
Your method of making a spoiler with white text doesn't work very well for users that have a dark background. The text is not hidden.
Use the [noparse] [SPOILER] and [/SPOILER] [/noparse] tags at the beginning and end of your text to put it in a box..
I fixed your original post.
Separate names with a comma.