Teri bauer n'est pas morte elle apparaît dans une saison de 24 legacy
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So i wanted to know, when are you guys going to update the episode summaries for 24 legacy and other episodes that I might've missed?
I watched the series but I also enjoy reading the summaries...the problem is that it is not complete :( I would love to see summaries for all episodes of 24 and legacy
I have watched
the series (season 1-9) for at least 4 times now. Its indeed my best tv series ever. But I noticed a mistake (Two actors were used twice having different character). Jibraan Alzarian in season 7 as well as Genaral Juma in season 7 as well. The former as an actor featured in season 4 where he and his brother helped Jack and Paul at a Gun shop while the later featured in season 3 as a detective that came to interrogate Allan Milikan's wife.
Can someone explain this? Is it deliberate of forgetfulness?
There is no mention of Bryce Moore on any seasons except a contact number on Graem's phone which was deleted by his fathe. Any idea who could he be? My guess it was supposed to be Alan Wilson since he is the ultimate bad guy?
I loved Season 8! I thought it was really good(although I preferred Seasons 5 and 7)! Why do people hate it so much? I’d love to know y’all’s thoughts!!
Is Jack being sarcastic when he gives people his "word"? Because he nearly always reneges on it.
To quote Theo Stoller (the German agent in season 5):
"I had your word. Now I know what it's worth."
He said that after he made a deal with Jack for a copy of the "WET list", which conveniently self-destructed when Theo tried to open it, after fulfilling his side of the deal with Jack.
I find it hard to believe that Jack Bauer lacks honour, but it seems to be the case that his word isn't worth much. Even if he swore on Kim's life and Terri's dead soul, I still probably wouldn't believe him.
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I will name my firstborn son "Jack Bauer" in honour of Jack Bauer and the sacrifices he has made to save innocent lives.
For example, his own wife got shot to death by terrorist Nina Myers but Jack didn't go home and be depressed about it - he carried on fighting evil.
Another example is how he never gets to see his daughter or grand daughter because he is always busy fighting international and domestic terrorism.
Finally, for all the sacrifices he has made, the government and President always treat him like rubbish and never give him the benefit of the doubt. I hope Jack Bauer goes on holiday and they all get nuked. Then they might appreciate the important work he does.
These are the reasons I will name my firstborn son "Jack Bauer". God Bless America.
This show should honestly never get taken off. Other shows that are far less entertaining end up going for 20 seasons like Law and Order. I imagine it has something to do with the budget. Either way, it doesn't need to have Bauer but they should reach back to the roots and grab a few plotlines that deal with the President, terror attacks, and the Counter Terrorist Unit. Fill in the blanks with the characters after.
I seem to remember there were several instances of Jack shooting people in the knee during an interrogation. I remember Miriam, and the terrorist who was kneecapped at CTU. I also seem to remember there was another arab terrorist who was shot in the knee during an interrogation outside of CTU in a warehouse. Does anyone else remember this? What was the terrorists name?
I heard one criticism for Season 6 was the seemingly-useless Walid arc. He's sent to work undercover in a prison to see if some of the imprisoned Muslims are affiliated with Fayed, but turns out they're just spectators so it was all for nothing.
Outwardly, this seems like a waste of viewers' time and that it has nothing useful to contribute to the plot, but I think it does have one very useful thing to contribute.
It's mentioned that the Muslims didn't report the information they found coz they were afraid they'd get in more trouble than they already were, and thus this proves that detaining the Muslims and treating them like criminals is the wrong way to go about the Fayed situation, they should be seeking their help instead. It makes Wayne finalize his decision to reject Tom's methods, leading to the part where Reed Pollock and Bruce Carson assassinate him.
It shows beyond all doubt that Wayne is in the right, and Reed and Bruce, though they believe otherwise, are in the wrong.
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Hey there fellow 24-Fans! :)
What do you think happens to Jack after turning himself in to the Russians and taking off in the helicopter at the end of Day 9?
What are the Russians doing with him? Do they torture him like Cheng Zhi did or will they give him a considerabely decent treatment as a prisoner? How would that look like?
And what effect does his experience have on him, how does it change him?
I'm curious about your theories, have fun to discuss! :)
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Why didn't Tony get silent clock (at the end of episode 13 season five)? Did they intend to bring Tony back by that time? In other words, they never intend to kill Tony off on the show.
In EP23 season 7, when jack was held hostage and being transferred to a medical base, He saw those medical equipment and those doctors and bellowed, "What are you going to do?" After being strapped on the operation table, he called Tony twice in a desperate way.
I've never seen Jack like this before. No matter what he is going through, he'll always grit his teeth and watch this down.(Especially in EP1, season six when he was facing Abu Fayed) Is Jack scared this time? And why is he scared?