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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by terpfan1980, Jan 23, 2006.
Isn't that just a diversion so they can execute the real plan?
The Cylons have a plan?
These Assassin Training Schools are really dropping the ball...I mean shouldn't they teach you in the first week never to sneak up behind your prey when you are opposite a reflective surface?!
I think the guy that wants to gas Moscow is a Chechnyan wanna-be, but like Mole #3001, he's just a stooge of the REAL bad guys.
How is it, that Walt can take and make calls from this Mystery person and no one intercepts it?? Yet when someone makes a call from the Airport during the Hostage stand off NSA is able to intercept it??
Oh well that's what make the show what it is.
I watched it the week before the premier. It was Walt who made the call. The prez kinda knew it was going to happen but told Walt he wanted to hear nothing about anything bad happening to Bauer. Walt took that as a go ahead, but don't fill the prez in on the details.
I noticed Walt had an extra knobby antenna on his phone. Probably a scrambler.
Thanks! So apparently Walt has been in someone's hip pocket for at least 18 months.
I think that just boils down to nobody is looking for it from the white house. That or (I can't really tell) but I think Walt may have one of the scramblers (the same kind as the ones from last year) on his cell.
Ya, I knew that, but ya if I didn't spoilerize it ( screen name omitted) would of posted a snide remark.
It was in the paper. I'm in Texas, and if she wasn't 83 Years old, I would tell her to go over and take pictures. Paper says it's for episode 16, so im thinking 10Pm?
They shouldn't have named him Walt. As I bounce between 24 and Lost threads, I get confused...
If she's 83, they would probably not even notice her sneaking in
Especially if they set up a hard perimeter.
I had to laugh at that again in this episode. They're watching the surveilance video of "Yellow Tie" as he escapes from the airport. Then they see him go into hangar Double-B. Someone says, "How did he get in there?" and Curtis says, "It was outside the secured perimeter." So this dude just walked out of the terminal, behind some buildings and was suddenly outside the secured perimeter? That explains a lot about why CTU has such a hard time maintaining one.
As for Evelyn not standing up for FLOTUS' story about the paper in her bra, I think she's afraid of Walt and doesn't want to lose her job. Therefore, she stayed quiet.
Just a question: If Walt is the Chief of Staff, what is Mike Novak's position?
I think he's just a high-level advisor without a specific title.
It still kills me that he has a job in any political administration, let alone being not in prison, after his actions in season 2 (3?).
Jude C. is a good enough actor, though, that I'm willing to overlook that (which is probably exactly what the producers were thinking too).
BALD Squirrelly guy.
I love this show. Between this show and Lost time seems to just melt away, until you're bummed that the ep is over.
Not really much to add about last night's ep (I did laugh about the "secured perimter" being breached by walking through an exit door and did wonder about how exactly Walt can talk with his terrorist buddies from the Camp David atrium on his cell, but you guys have handled that stuff fairly well).
Oh, I know. Here's something to discuss. At what point does Jack Bauer take over for Chuck Norris as the Baddest Man Ever? Granted, he still has to work on the roundhouse kick, but he's pretty much there.