24: Day 3: 4:00 am - 5:00 am
for one i have not been waiting anxiously for the returning, although it is a good one. hopefully the story will get tighter for this 9-episode home stretch. hopefully the seat belt i had attached to the couch will come in handy for the couple of months.
how weird is it to think that the season is actually ending? very weird for me. of course when you think back on it the story swerved into all kinds of directions. this is the messiest one yet. but. there is a plan. there must be. and think -- in 9 weeks we'll have a brand-new cliffhanger to hold on to and be amazed by :)
keep the faith, i say.
as always, i look forward to reading your thoughts and comments. post 'em here.
my thoughts :: well. this was a good one. the script and characters were more in tune with the previous seasons, thankfully. first thing i noticed was the music. great job by Sean once again. Michelle was actually the lead in this one and what a lead she made. holding her own against a roomful of panicked guests. and that last scene with her was intense! and the Palmer story actually also held itself quite well. but i would've loved it if Palmer had told Sherry hadn't been with him. but he did let her loose at the end and that's that. good one. i love how the "bad guy" took control of the country there at the end but i would've loved to have had a little taste of what his demands will be. but i think we're back on track. and, if i'm not mistaken, they introduced a new director to the series. a great job he did.
Posted by Sam | 8:26 PM