Tuesday 24 Wrap Up – 9 PM – 10 PM

Hi. This is 24. A show where we catch terrorists, protect the American Way – and Say No To Drugs.

And how bad are drugs? Well. You just might launch a nuclear attack on the Middle East.

What else? New interpretations of Constitutional Law and how to evade injected radio-isotopes for kids! All after the jump.

Hi. This is 24. A show where we catch terrorists, protect the American Way – and Say No To Drugs.

And how bad are drugs? Well. You just might launch a nuclear attack on the Middle East.

What else? New interpretations of Constitutional Law and how to evade injected radio-isotopes for kids! All after the jump.


Hi. This is 24. A show where we catch terrorists, protect the American Way – and Say No To Drugs.

And how bad are drugs? Well. You just might launch a nuclear attack on the Middle East.

What else? New interpretations of Constitutional Law and how to evade injected radio-isotopes for kids!

First off – I want to point out something, courtesy of Julie – it was mentioned in the comments last week, but I think REALLY came to light this week. Hey – Bill, what the f*$k happened to you?? You used to have opinions – you used to be able to make decisions – you used to act like you had a pair. But now… now it’s all, “What do you think Jack?” and “What do you think Milo?” and “Isn’t it time for bed Ricky Schroeder – you’re up waaayyy past your bedtime.” From now on, Bill, make a goddamn decision on your own. He’s become the embodiment of “red tape”.

I know Justin has been commenting on all the “anti-drug” commercials that show up before Family Guy and 24 – I personally don’t watch them, I’m too busy fast forwarding through the commercials to pay attention. But – is there any better way to say to kids “Don’t take drugs” than to have the President do a “shot” of “adrenaline” and then “nuke” the “Middle East” to “prove” how “tough” he is. He’s clearly high. Next, after approving the nuclear strike, you KNOW he’s going to be asking for some chips or something. You know, something salty. Something tasty. And yeah, something to DRINK – my mouth is dryyyy.

Speaking of something to drink – I think, so far this season, the only one to drink anything was Morris when he was boozing on the clock a few hours ago. Since 6 AM – no one has had a cup of coffee, a cup of water or even like a candy bar. Maybe, perhaps a … granola bar? I mean these people have been running ALL DAY – and no one has had so much as a ginseng tablet! C’mon – do something – even if it’s a peon walking in the background with a cup of fruit. In the 47 minutes it took me to watch the episode, I had a bottle of water and a slice of pizza. And then I ate some more when done watching.

And, now Rule #456,001 of 24:

It is better to be VP than President any day of the week. Especially the day that forces Jack to come out of retirement/death/hiding/drug induced paranoia. You WILL BE President within 24 hours. Guaranteed!

And the other thing I love that is back in FULL EFFECT – the stares across room. The glances that could bore through concrete. The stares that could melt a block of ice with their intensity – the looks that betray “secret” romances.

And where was Chloe? I miss Chloe.

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