Noah, I agree they could have done a better job. They tried to explain away the escape by indicating he got down through the buildings' plumbing system or something like that and then through the sewer system -- well, I guess I can live with that. The timing with him already being in a copter, though, didn't quite fit.
The sister-in-law....I suppose that could be overlooked because Jack himself is so guilt-ridden at the moment and perhaps he explains her "strange" behavior away with the emotional trauma of it all.
Morris, I agree, could have stalled a little longer or maybe even have alerted somebody back at the Center electronically -- I agree with you there, too. But, then again, that is all part of what endears us to the series. The flaws make me feel even more a part of the series, actually.
My daughter, Abby, watched 24 the year there was a nuclear explosion in the desert. Remember that? And Kim was lost out somewhere in the wilderness with her boyfriend....remember? She laughed herself silly when the daughter got frightened of cougars. Said the writing was terrible there. Ever since that when she callls on Monday night and I tell her Dad and I are watching 24, she snickers and says, "cougars" in a very silly, high-pitched and highly exagerated manner.
I agree tonight had a little "cougars" in it, but I don't care, it's still the fastest hour or two hours on television and I can never get enough.
I'm curious what part Jack's nephew will play as events unwind.
As far as the President goes. I think they will try to assassinate him with the thought being to blame it on terrorists that oppose the peace process.
Same time, same thread....next week...read ya then. *smiles*....jo