Kill Count: 14 (+1)
Well, thank God this part of the story is over. Dubaku was never a worthy adversary for Bauer and Co. Now, it’s Candyman time!
- Continuing his trend as dumbest 24 villain ever, Dubaku decides to take Marika with him despite talking to the Feds. I don’t even think “pussy whipped” can describe this man
- Next time you convince your girlfriend to join you in exile, make sure she has her seat belt on.
- If there is one thing that’s been bugging me, it’s the dehumanization of Jack Bauer. Yes, Jack was always willing to make the tough choices (ask Behrooz Araz*) but he wasn’t so cold as to not try and save a woman who’s life he endangered from a burning car. That’s definitely not in the Jack Bauer Playbook
- However, bringing a suspect back to consciousness with epinephrine so Jack can interrogate them until they are as close to death as possible IS in the Jack Bauer Playbook
- I’m glad I was right about Erika being a mole. i was just wrong that she was acting alone
- Sean made two fatal mistakes: he overestimated the skills of his dumb fling and underestimated the skills of Chloe O’Brien. Now he’s in the one place you don’t want to be in 24, an interrogation room.
- Of course, one of the moles is working for Senator Red Forman
- Now that the idiot Dubaku is taken care of and his moles revealed, Tony’s back ad the real fun begins. The previews for next week’s two-hour (!) episode look epic.
- If Agent Freckles really read Jack’s file, she would have known that bringing up what happened to Teri is an instant death sentence.
Bauer Moments To Remember:
Bauer: You ever pull your weapon on me again, you better intend to us it.
Agent Freckles: I did.