Jack Bauer has been tortured almost as often as he has tortured others, which does not justify his actions but rather qualifies them.
Like a captain of a ship, Jack is married to his job and is willing to go down with it if need be.
Jack isn’t happy but realizes its An Inconvenient Truth that they’ll need to trust Logan.
Jack utters quite the incongruous combination of words. “Dad” and “I’m unarmed.”
Will Jack get the full story, not just behind last season, but all the years of torture that he has endured?
Jack soldiers on to fight not for just a cause or the country but more for the concept of why people climb mountains: because it is there.
Jack disarms the bomb. I change my underwear
Here’s the story/of a man named Bauer/who was bringing up two wild and wacky boys?
Burke injects some lovely hyocine-pentothal. This makes Graham get all sweaty, which in my book, is pretty bad.
We have the Shakespearean moment we have been waiting for all throughout the episode: Jack encounters his father.
Security was "porous." Porous? These euphemisms keep getting better and better.
Talk about fraternal conflict! Now we know why Graham set Jack up.
See how many food references you can find in this peach of an episode!
He's back, but he ain't the same Jack.
These opening episodes have shown us a somewhat compromised Jack.
A good deal happens in the first four episodes but it comes down to this: Jack is right and everyone else is not.
24 forces us to think about many moral questions, in addition to providing nonstop, addictive action and entertainment.
Bauer's back, but is 24 headed for a good season?
It could be the best season yet.