When you follow a historic season things seem like they would of been tough. But for 24: Season Two everything came off way too easy and instead the writers wrote an even better season.
For fans of 24, Season 2 will always be the reason George Mason will never leave our minds. Thanks Mason!
The second season is set 18 months after season one. The season’s main plot follows the work of now-U.S. President David Palmer and agent Jack Bauer to stop terrorists from detonating a nuclear bomb in Los Angeles. Introduced into the situation is Kate Warner, a woman who ends up getting vital information related to CTU’s mission.
Ep.1 is here…
Today we talk all things Comic Con
Look at some odd news in this crazy world we live in
and play the game, “Are They Dead Yet?”
One day, we’ll look back at the fact that “Hannibal” is actually very very good despite what book snobs might consider an inferior ending, but do most people know how the book actually ended, and could you believe the uproar! Oh, and btw, Gary Oldman…is well…great…
I’ll even go as far as saying I enjoy this more than “The Silence of the Lambs” but again, the more gore, the better, and “Hannibal” has crimson stuff to spare.
Premiering November 6, 2001 – 24 aired it’s first episode marking the beginning of one of the greatest shows to ever appear on TV. Season one is simply “Historic“.
Counterterrorism agent Jack Bauer fights the bad guys of the world, a day at a time. With each week’s episode unfolding in real time, “24” covers a single day in the life of Bauer each season. Jack deals with assassination attempts, nuclear attacks, bioterrorism, torture, traitors, sleeper cells, other bad guys and the alarming tendency for his romances to end badly — very badly.
It’s July, so that means it’s time for a Summer blowout episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast. We broach many subjects including Star Wars’ big problem, Robocop reboots, Chris Hardwick’s troubles, and the Naked Gun. Yes…that assortment of subjects has never been collectively tackled before.
Also Justin is put on the hot seat for the new segment ‘Questions From The Crowd.’
DJ and Justin go crazy with their love for the television show, ’24.’ And the boys try and figure out films by their last line in the new game, ‘Simplistic Last Lines.’ All that and more on this new episode of the Simplistic Reviews Podcast.
Fast Times Club By Idols
Gold Medal By Sounds Like Sander
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