For no reason at all, Steely Dan.
You know, itís been a pretty bad season of 24, it really has. Of course, last season was by far the best one, so maybe it shouldnít come as a surprise. Seems to me the second or 3rd season, I donít remember, was pretty lame too. Itís that kind of show. I mean, you pick a story and you are sort of stuck with it for the whole season, you canít easily try and switch gears when itís not working, without making the whole season sort of stupid.
Which I think is really the problem with this season. Too many plotlines that donít really seem to go any where, and justÖtoo many plotlines in general. I like my Jack, but I wonít say itís the lack of Jack that is the problem, itís more the lack of a tight story. But, like I said, with this kind of format, you sort of screw yourself right out the gate if you donít have the whole season really tight. So I have hope that next season will step up.
Meanwhile, Heroes, a show I was not into at first, really rocks it hard. They have the same kind of format as 24 in that itís a story a season, so they could easily suffer the same problem on inconsistent seasons. But right now, they rock.
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Got places to be, people to do.
Err, something like that.
You go have a day.