Anti-government hackers infiltrated TVGasm.com Headquarters and kept the site from updating for over 24 hours. Luckily, they were thwarted and all critical data was restored. If you missed Part 1 of the ’24′ Season 7 Premiere recap, you can find it here
. Thanks Chloe!
Part 2 follows…after the jump!
10AM finds Madame President in the Oval Office with Chief of Staff Ethan Kanin and Tim Woods from Homeland Security. They are informed that Almeida is being taken to FBI headquarters, but no longer has the CIP module. Joe Stevens comes in and informs them that Almeida was working with Colonel Dubaku, confirming the President’s suspicions that the domestic breach was related to Sangala. Stevens plays a recording from Dubaku claiming responsibility for the JFK incident and demanding a complete withdrawal of American troops from his country. The news just keeps getting worse and worse. There are still 2,500 commercial flights in American airspace (not including the Soul Plane, which re-routed itself to Amsterdam). Also, reprogramming the firewall will take a minimum of 6 days because Chloe no longer works for the government. President Taylor orders an alert, but doesn’t want to cause a national panic. After her team leaves the office, she allows the first signs of worry to creep across her face.
“Calgon…take me away!”
At Bureau HQ, Jack and crew arrive with Almeida. Moss demands an explanation from Walker for lying to him. She informs him of the leak and he seems incredulous. When confronted with the facts (including the sniper at Schector’s office and his ability to escape a full perimeter), Moss comes around and agrees to “tighten the circle” around Almeida and keep any information they obtain from him secret. Moss gets a call from the White House and makes a point of getting in Walker’s face and demanding to be kept in the loop from now on. He also wants to be informed of anything and everything Bauer does. Jack asks Renee if she trusts Larry, and she responds that there is “nobody she trusts more,” which probably means that Larry can’t be trusted.
In the interrogation room, Agent Smurf Janis is wiring Almeida with blood pressure monitors. She must be an alumna of Antioch College, because she looks hilariously uncomfortable touching his man-boobies without permission.
“Can I touch you…here?”
Tony just sits there glaring at her. All those years of training have taught him not to let the ecstasy show on his face. Walker informs Janis that she needs to institute a level 4 security lockdown. Tony stares blankly into the two-way mirror while Jack stares back at him longingly from the other side. Agent Walker offers her condolences to Jack, noting that he didn’t want to believe his boyfriend Tony was capable of this.
So close…and yet so far away
Outside the interrogation room, D-Bag Sean demands to know why he has been locked out of level 4 security information. Janis tells him he has everything he needs to do his job and to please just get back to work. He stomps back over to his cube and glares at her like the little brat he is.
In Dubaku’s underground bunker, Emerson informs one of his cronies that the FBI has Almeida. Emerson’s nameless partner (US government connection?) decides that they will probably need to cut and run on the Tony front. Emerson, like everyone else who has ever lost Almeida, is not pleased at all about losing his “friend.” That Tony must be one amazing piece of ass. Dubaku comes over and wants to know why the American invasion force hasn’t pulled away from the coast of Sangala a mere 5 minutes after President Taylor received his demands. He’s a tough cookie, that Dubaku. He probably decapitates anyone on his kitchen staff that can’t cook minute rice in 5 seconds…all while whistling “Give it to Me Now” from Willy Wonka.
“And after you withdraw…I want a goose that lays golden eggs!”
Back at the interrogation room in FBI HQ, Jack and Renee are informed by Moss that Almeida was working with General Juma and Dubaku. Jack tells them to let him at Almeida and he’ll get the CIP device back. After all, he knows Tony and how he thinks. They “have a history.” Walker takes Jack’s side again and Moss ends up reluctantly letting Bauer do his thing for the oh, about the gazillionth time so far this season. Moss is officially the second biggest doormat in the world.
Jack enters the interrogation room and demands the security guard give him and Tony the room. His first question: “I watched you die in my arms, do you want to explain to me how you are still alive?” Methinks Jack is more upset about being personally deceived than any of that terrorism funny business. Jack confronts Tony with the facts and asks to know where the CIP module is. Tony, of course, refuses and cites his contempt for the government after having his life destroyed. They go back and forth a bit. Jack wants Tony to stop being such an anti-establishment dickhead, and Tony wants Jack to wake up and smell the anarchy, baby! Finally, Tony pushes the wrong button citing Jack’s estrangement from his daughter, his ex-girlfriend Audrey’s psychological destruction, and the death of his first wife Teri. Jack flips his shit and tosses Tony up against a wall. He demands to know where the CIP module is, but Tony is too turned on to say anything. He just grunts and groans…a lot. Finally, at the moment of climax, Tony whimpers “Deep Sky” and collapses in a spent heap on the floor.
Coming soon to Logo, ‘Brokeback 2: Deep Sky’
Jack is given another timeout in a holding room while the Feds tend to Almeida. But wait! Jack has Tony’s phone. He conveniently finds “Deep Sky” in the Top 5 Favorites List and dials the number. We see the chin of some dude dressed up in Baddie Black on the other line. And, get this, the chin is sporting THREE days worth of evil stubble. That’s an entire day more than Almeida! When Jack identifies himself and mentions that Tony told him to call the number, the chin reveals himself as belonging to Bill Buchanan! He tells Jack he’ll call back in 10 minutes on a secure line, or when Gillette comes out with a 7 blade razor…whichever comes first. Bill is in some undisclosed location with a female that nobody will be surprised to discover is Chloe! So the whole oily skin and scar look really WAS a ruse. Tony Almeida is still a good guy, afterall! Yay!
We find ourselves back in the White House 5 minutes later. First Hubby and his lil’ buddy are returning from interrogating Samantha about the $400,000 in her offshore account. Shady Ethan Kanin intercepts them in a foyer and lets First Hubby know that he knows all about their little Hardy Boys act. Kanin informs Mr. Taylor that Roger was about to be investigated by the SEC for insider trading using information he could have come only from his access to the president. Mr. Taylor is shocked and upset, and to make matter worse, Madame President knew all about it and chose to keep her hubby in the dark to protect his memory of their son. Furthermore, Kanin is telling Mr. Taylor this without the knowledge of his boss. It’s official: Kanin is a slimeball.
Slimey is called into the Oval Office and the president informs him they are ready with a plan of withdrawal from Sangala. They discuss the repercussions of pulling out, and Kanin advocates for saving American lives over those of Sangalans. President Taylor is not quite ready to give up. She wants to explore every possible option before deserting the Sangalans.
Back in make-shift CTU headquarters, which is basically a couple of computers on folding tables and stacks of cardboard boxes everywhere, Bill and Chloe call Jack on a secure line. In a twist that will surprise nobody, Buchanan informs Jack that Almeida is working deep cover to infiltrate Emerson’s Baddies and sniff out corrupt, high-level government supporters of the evil General Juma in Sangala. Furthermore, Jack and the FBI have screwed everything up by taking Almeida into custody. The plan had been for Tony to be near the CIP module at all times and “control” it’s use. Buchanan informs Jack that Chloe is working with him, and she pipes in on the line. She tells Jack that ol’ Pansy-Pants Senator Mayer was out of line at the hearings, but that Jack looked really cute in his suit. They tell Jack he needs to get Tony away from the Feds (with their help), and warn him not to trust Agent Walker. He can, however, use her if it’ll help spring Almeida. So now we have a group of four rag-tag ex-special forces types that are being unfairly targeted by their government, but still working together for the common good. It sounds so very, very familiar. Wherever is this sense of Deja Vu coming from?
There’s nothing new under the sun
Agent D-Bag Dillinger is still being all pissy pants about the security lockdown at FBI HQ. Agent Gold(ofalo) is surprised because she figured he would welcome the opportunity to complain about something. Ha. He keeps trying to access secure information and looking around the room like the sketchball he is. The editors clearly want us to think ol’ D-Bag is the leak…which means there is a 99.9% probability that he is NOT.
Mr. Taylor is about to bury the SEC report on his son in his desk and get on with his life, when Samantha calls him on his cell phone. He starts to apologize for getting agro with her earlier and is about to bring up her eyebrow issues, when she cuts him off. Apparently, she has had a change of heart in the last 20 minutes, and wants him to know that he was right all along. Roger was murdered! She tells him that they need to talk…alone. First Hubby, of course, agrees to meet her.
By-the-books Moss is attempting a kinder, gentler, Sally Struthers-inspired interrogation of Almeida. He shows him pictures of dead Sangalans, the handiwork of the people Almeida was working undercover to bring down. Tony is unmoved by what his ten cents a day can do, and tells the Feds they need to advocate for standing down in Sangala, or there’ll be a whole new batch of dead American photos to look at. Agent Walker tells Moss she wants to speak with him. Behind the two-way mirror, she tells him that his weenie interrogation methods will never work and that they really should think about a more “forceful” approach. Moss is all annoyed that Bauer must be in his girlfriend’s head and tells her he won’t do anything illegal and, furthermore, he wants the bad influence removed from FBI HQ all together.
“Tell me where Almeida and the CIP module are…Now!”
In the hallway, Janis tells Renee she thinks she sniffed out the security breach, and might be able to pull up a user I.D. name of whoever is trying to circumvent the lockdown. Renee tells her to go check into it, and Janis heads down to a dimly lit room full of servers and sophisticated-looking equipment. Ominous music is playing, which means she must be onto something! Completely unsurprisingly, Sean Dillinger’s name pops up on the monitor. But wait! Sean Dillinger himself pops up right behind Janis in the server room! Ba-Bum! Janice freaks out and starts cowering from him and tries to call for help. Sean seems surprised that she could think he was aiding terrorists. It turns out jerk-face is actually married and his wife is on one of the planes still in the sky. He was just trying to get around the lockdown to monitor her flight. He proves it by puling up a passenger manifest for a flight with ‘Christina Hillinger’ on it. Janis is convinced, but also accidentally lets slip that there is a security leak. She sends him back to his desk and calls him an idiot under her breath. Methinks the real idiot would have to be the D-nozzle that agreed to marry D-bag.
Chloe is in the FBI security systems and ready to go with a series of camera feeds that will help Jack escape with Tony. Agent Walker comes into the holding room to process Bauer out with some paperwork. Jack puts her in a choke hold and tells her not to fight him. Bet she didn’t see that one coming! When she slips off into nappy land, Jack steals her gun and security badge. He does a patented Bauer sideways glance at the door and dramatic pause while we go to commercial break.
Five minutes later, Bill Buchanan is en route to FBI HQ in the old A-Team van, which has been painted blue. Chloe gives Jack the go-ahead to bust Tony out and tells him Bill will be there in 10 minutes, which is just enough time to make it out of the building before the end of the hour. Jack bursts into the interrogation room and pulls a gun on the security guard and Agent Moss. Tony looks at Moss and smirks. He knew his boyfriend would save him all along. Jack demands Agent Moss and the security guard surrender their guns, which they do willingly. But Moss wants to know what Jack did to Renee and won’t shut up about it. Jack gives him the ol’ “Shut yo mouth” pop to the nose, and then the two ex-CTU bad-asses are out the door. They check in with Chloe who tells them she’ll be guiding them out of the building. She tells them to duck in a random room to avoid two agents stepping off an elevator. This gives Tony the chance to apologize for all the awful things he said to Jack earlier, which in turn prompts Jack to apologize for choking the crap out of him. They agree to be BFF again, hug it out, and are quickly on their way. Until they get out of the building, I’m going to refer to them as the single entity ‘Jony’, because I’m too lazy to keep typing both of their names.
I missed you, brah!
Meanwhile, Janis walks up to Sean’s cube to inform him that she has cleaned up the evidence of his snooping. He, in turn, informs her that he detected a “performance hit” on one of their servers and someone is in their systems. Chloe is either at a disadvantage in her shantytown of an office, or is getting bad at covering her tracks. Janis gets to work shutting her out of the system and manages to do it in about 20 seconds. These government hackers work faster than a crack whore late to meet her dealer! When the FBI gets their feeds back, they discover that Jony has escaped and Moss is on the floor of the security room writhing in pain with blood streaming from his nose. Weenie! The entire force is mobilized to track down the CTU bad-asses.
Chloe informs Jony that “someone” is blocking her every move and it’s pissing her off. Chloe, meet Janis. Janis, meet Chloe. I hope these two have a scene together later this season. Bonus points if it results in any hair-pulling. Chloe tells Jack she’s trying to get back into the systems, and should have it under control by the end of the commercial break.
Five minutes and no word from Chloe later, Jony decides to make a run for it alone. They head to the stairwell Chloe mentioned as their escapre route earlier. The entire FBI team is reunited at Janis’s work station. Walker apologizes to her boss for believing Bauer was a good guy. Moss is kind of a dick about it. His body language is all “I told you so.” Janis finds Jony, via security camera, in the stairwell and a bunch of agents are mobilized to get them. Chloe gets back into the system just in time and warns Jony that they are in trouble. They stop descending and break out the nearest window, which conveniently puts them on the top level of the parking garage.
The feds find them. Gun fight! Tony does a flying leap out of the garage while Jack breaks into a car and uses it to barrel out of the side of the garage, but not before grumbling that “this is going to hurt” and emphasizing that point with a nicely placed “Aaaargh!” Bill arrives in the nick of time and the A team loads into the back of the van before speeding off. Moss is informed of the escape and gives us an “Aaaargh!” of his own. In the van, Jack wants to know WTF is up and Bill tells him he’ll explain everything at the top of the next hour.
11AM finds us back at Janis’s workstation, where the whole G-man squad is gathered to try and track the A-Team van. They get wise to Chloe’s machinations, realizing that traffic cameras and other surveillance systems are jammed to keep them in the dark. Renee apologizes, yet again, to her father-figure boyfriend boss for believing Bauer. She’s so adorable that he pats her on the head and tells her not to worry. All she needs to do is find the A-Team and recover the CIP module and all will be forgiven. No sweat! A Federal agent named Erika informs Moss the White House is waiting for an update. Since we’ve never seen her before, and they are referring to her by her first name, she’ll most likely be dead in about 2 episodes.
Special Agent Erika Deadmeat
Janis discovers the name of Schector’s sniper (a.k.a. Human Shield Dude from the boat raid). His name is Alan Tanner, and he’s another disgruntled paramilitary type with anti-government tendencies.
Agent Moss informs President Taylor and Slimeball Kanin that they lost Almeida and Bauer. The White House team is surprised because, as far as they knew, Bauer was testifying on Capitol Hill at the moment. Way to keep them updated Larry! President Taylor and Kanin let him have it and tell him to go get the A-team, pronto. After hanging up, Taylor and Kanin get into their 8 billionth “Americans vs. Sangalans” debate and I’m reminded why watching these episodes back-to-back can sometimes be an exercise in masochism. Kanin is firmly on Team America (F*ck, yeah!) and wants to get the hell out of Sangala. President Taylor still wants to believe there is some way to save both countries and kill all the baddies. <Cough> JACK BAUER! <Cough> During the course of this debate, we learn that approximately 1,000 aircraft are still waiting to be grounded.
At the makeshift CTU A-Team HQ, Jack and Chloe see each other for the first time since the end of Season 6. Chloe has lost all of the baby weight and he doesn’t even notice. What a narcissist! He wants to get right down to the “Why the hell is Tony alive…and how come they are all working together…and what in sweet-jeebus’s name is it going to take to get Bill to shave this week?!” business.
The answers to his questions are:
1) David Emerson is responsible for the phony ‘hit’ on Tony at the end of Season 6. Emerson goes around collecting disgruntled paramilitary types and using them for pricey illegal hijinks and capers. He’s basically the Danny Ocean of terrorism.
2) Tony was sufficiently disgruntled to go along with it for a while, until the whole CIP/Sangala job came up and he grew a conscience (and re-grew his balls). That’s when he reached out to Bill and Chloe for help.
3) Ain’t gonna happen. The ladies dig the ‘Flavor Saver’, man!
The old CTU A-Team reiterates what they already told us an hour ago: There is a high level government conspiracy to help Colonel Dubaku and General Juma. They need Jack’s help to get to the bottom of it all. He agrees and Tony calls in to Emerson, who is meeting with his thug Morgan to fill in their personnel holes. Tony offers up Jack, and Emerson seems to go along with it, but first he needs a five minute power nap.
Back at the White House, First Hubby is maneuvering to sneak out and meet Samantha again. He’s writing a note first, which will probably come in handy later on when he winds up off the grid. His lil’ Secret Service buddy shows up and agrees to sneak him out after a little sweet talking. We find out Agent Gedge’s first name is Brian during this conversation, which is a totally awesome name if you ask me, which you didn’t.
The President and First Hubby share a tender moment before he leaves and we discover her father was a US Senator. Nepotism rocks! We also learn that First Hubby is the President’s #1 fan, and the whole thing is kind of gooey and sweet. Aww…he’s almost certainly going to wind up in mortal danger now!
Back at FBI HQ, Agent D-Bag gets a phone call from his wifey, who is still circling in the air and waiting to land. She’s all nervous because the passengers have gotten word about the JFK crisis and don’t know what is going on. He assures her all will be OK, and she seems to calm down a little. I’m fighting the writers’ efforts to humanize D-Bag with every fiber of my being, but find my cold little heart growing just a bit. Damn you, writers! I need someone to despise! The minute Dillinger hangs up, Agent Erika Deadmeat comes over and gets all up in his business like Mrs. Kravitz. (Note to writers: Nevermind…Luv Ya!)
“What’s that?! Your Wifey is still in the air?! What’re Ya Gonna Do?!”
Sean tells her to piss off, but she has clearly planted the seed in his head to try and get his wifey’s plane grounded. Meanwhile, Janis(eane) and Renee find out that Tanner woke up post-op and is requesting lawyers. Renee recruits Janis to come with her to the hospital and try and get the scoop on Almeida from him before his representation shows up. The Bauer force strong in this one, it is still.
“Use the Torture, Renee! Use the Torture!”
En route to Emerson’s, Jack asks Tony what they are walking into. Tony describes Emerson in pretty glowing terms. He’s basically a British Jack Bauer. Jack is totally jealous, but stops himself before asking if Emerson was better in bed. In another example of fortuitous ’24′ world timing, they pull up to the Baddie den just as the conversation wraps up. Once inside, Jack is immediately escorted to the basement by Morgan and another thug. Emerson tells Almeida that, on second thought, using Bauer isn’t worth the risk and, by the way, could he please kill him for them?
Chloe, who is listening in, almost shits her pants and Bill is pretty chill about the whole thing. He tells her that Jack knew what he was getting into and can take care of himself. I mean, didn’t she see the first 6 seasons?
Back in the Baddie basement, Jack’s Spidey Sense starts to tingle and he takes out anonymous thug #1 with a few well place blows. He also manages to disarm Morgan and puts a gun to his head just as Emerson and Almeida make it to the basement. Jack gives Emerson the “Please let me be on your team, I hate the government too!” hard sell. Also, Emerson’s current staff is pretty much useless as evident of Jack taking two of them out single-handedly. Emerson is sold, going so far as to shoot worthless Morgan himself and welcomes Jack to the team.
Back at FBI HQ, Sean calls the FAA to get his wife’s flight moved up to first on the landing queue. He tells them his name is Larry Moss and supplies them with Moss’s level 5 access codes. Something smells funky here. On one hand, Sean is pulling the whole ’24′ “anti-hero coloring outside the lines to save loved ones” shtick. On the other, wasn’t he just sneaking around and breaking into servers because he didn’t have level 4 authorization an hour ago? Confusion! Maybe he’s a big ol’ D-Bag afterall?
In the Oval Office, Madame Prez and Kanin are meeting with PM Matobo to let him know about Dubaku’s security threats against American civilians. While he sympathizes with their problems, he’s obviously not a fan of the “cut and run” strategy for the Americans in Sangala. He also brings up a situation in the Kasanga province, where General Juma is closing in on a refuge camp with over 2,000 Sangalan women and children. Slimeball Kanin knew about the situation and decided to keep it to himself because he knew it was fuel for the President’s intervention fire. They get into it again. It’s official: I’m sick of this debate. One of them needs to put up or shut up. I think I’m starting to get grumpy after 4 hours of ’24′ this week!
Down in the Baddie basement, Jack has changed into the all-black uniform befitting an anti-government mercenary. Emerson walks up to him to extend the hand of friendship and they do a little bonding over leadership, the search for meaning in life, world travel, and that cute little whimper Tony always makes in the morning when he’s just waking up. Emerson walks away to take a call and Tony, sensing he might not be the apple of both their eyes anymore, comes over to find out what is going on. Oh, and he also places some kind of small electronic device on something of Jack’s (his gun?). Is Tony bad, after all? The confusion…it burns! Make it stop!
Back In Black
As it turns out, the “new mission” for Team Baddie is to kidnap and deliver PM Matobo to Colonel Dubaku. Chloe whines to Bill that kidnapping is bad and wrong! Bill tells her to STF Up! Going through with the mission is the only way to find those “high level” government insiders that are working with the evil Juma regime. Chloe has a look on her face that tells me she’s just as confused right now as I am. Luckily, we cut to commercial break, giving me a chance to bang my head against the wall a couple times.
Thankfully, the action shifts to First Hubby and lil’ Brian. They arrive at a park across the river from the Jefferson Memorial, and I’m reminded how beautiful DC can be. Mr. Taylor tells Brian to take a hike because he promised Samantha he’d come alone. Brian reluctantly agrees, but mentions he’ll be nearby observing from the bridge. Within seconds, Sam comes running up to Mr. Taylor and she’s understandably freaked out and speaking fast. There’s a lot of information that follows. It boils down to this: Roger was murdered because he caught wind of offshore accounts being used to invest heavily in Juma’s regime by a mysterious “senior official” in the President’s administration. The SEC investigation and $400,000 payoff to the fiancÃ©e were both elaborate efforts of the conspirators to cover up Roger’s findings and subsequent murder. She gives Mr. Taylor a disc with all the account numbers and other information, and then runs off because she’s late for an appointment to get her eyebrows fixed. Lil’ Brian is observing all of this from the bridge with a scowl on his face. I’m seriously going nuts with all these “everybody’s a suspect” diversions that are being thrown at us this hour. I’m no Hercule Poirot! I just wanna watch TV and be entertained!
They’re all terrorists!! Every last one of ‘em!!
At the hospital, Renee and Janis arrive to interrogate Tanner before his lawyers can get to him. Renee offers him a deal for his cooperation, but he laughs at her and invokes his right to attorney. Renee, taking a cue from Jack gets agro with him and starts acting out the “Fiery Redhead” clichÃ©. Janis calls her on it, so Renee kicks her out of the room and tells her to just stall the lawyers. Once she has Tanner alone, Agent Walker goes into Super Bad-ass mode. She blocks the door and digs her weapon into his wounds, demanding he tell her what he knows! And, in what must be a nod to the “new” direction of the show, she cries while doing it. Tanner still gives her nothing, and demands his attorney again. Just as she is about to give up, dumb-ass Tanner starts to laugh at her again. He shouldn’t have done that. He won’t like her when she’s angry! She tries a new tactic and cuts the air on his respirator. A tear runs down her face while she does it.
“Mommy’s only doing this because she loves you…”
When we return from break, Janis is still stalling the laywers. They demand to see their client, and the nurses discover he’s in cardiac arrest! When they finally get the door of the room open, Renee comes waltzing out like everything is fine and orders Janis back to the office. She calls Moss and informs him that Tanner told her about the plot to abduct Matobo. Did you get that, all you pansy-pants liberals out there? Torture does have it’s benefits! The Feds call the State Department to warn them. There’s an evacuation scene with Matobo, his wife, and their security but it is almost entirely in French. They could have been discussing the finer points of ‘Amelie’, for all I know. Emerson’s Baddie crew, including Jack and Tony, arrives and takes out a few security guards. The Prime Minister and his Wife however, are snug as bugs behind the reinforced concrete walls of a safe room that can only be opened from inside. Tony reminds Jack that PM Matobo is their only hope of getting to Dubaku.
And that’s the end of our 4 hour ’24′ premiere week! As a new writer to the ‘Gasm, I almost feel like covering all of this in one week was like a hazing ritual I just made it through. I’m looking forward to the benefits of being in the club and only having to recap 1 hour next week. Before I go off to enjoy a cocktail, let’s start a dialogue, shall we? Pull up your beanbag chairs into the friendship circle, and let’s get started.
What do you guys think of the new season thus far? I really enjoyed ’24: Redemption’ and the first two hours of the new season, but thought these second two were a step backwards. The pre-season hype was all about the new direction and attitude of the show, but it seems to me that all the changes are cosmetic (i.e. moving to DC and dealing with the FBI instead of CTU). Other than that, it seems like more of the same to me. There’s the same mind-bending twists and turns, the same break-neck and sometimes implausible pacing, the same high-level government conspiracy to assist terrorism, and the same Agro-Jack butting heads with more rule-oriented colleagues. And let’s not forget that same damn clock Ba-bumming away every episode and haunting my dreams! In short: The new ’24′ feels exactly like the old ’24′ we all love to watch and make fun of. Agree?
Still the same on the inside…
How about some predictions? Leave yours in the comments.
1) Who’s the Big Baddie in the President’s administration?
My Guess: Slimeball Kanin, of course!
2) Who’s going to die first?
My Guess: Agent Erika Deadmeat
3) Who’s going to be a double-crosser?
My Guess: D-Bag Dillinger
4) Who’s going to be a triple-crosser?
My Guess: Tony Almeida
5) Are Moss and Walker going to do sexy time and/or profess their love for each other?
My Guess: Abso-frickin’-lutely
6) Will Jack save the day?
My Guess: Does a BillBear shit in the woods?