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February 28, 2005

Useless 24 Blogging

i'm not sure why the writers of 24 felt it necessary to include the whole "Ms. Driscoll's crazy daughter" storyline, but i'm certain it was unnecessary for them to end it in such a predictably tragic way.

Now the law student in me asks why "the clinic" didn't use a stronger sedative when she started acting up, and why they didn't restrain her for her own safety. Come on, don't tell me the CTU clinic didn't have any spare restraints?

There's a wrongful death suit there, but how much is a schizophrenic dependent worth?

Posted by annika, Feb. 28, 2005 |
Rubric: Arts


My dear, they had to humanize driscoll, and ALL fiction requires a certain suspension of disbelief. Besides, with the schizophrenic, it is sadly inevitable.

Posted by: Casca on Feb. 28, 2005

it is all about tony, he becomes the CTU director.

BTW. his the the 24 body count for season 4.


it have average kills per show, and average jack kills per show.

Posted by: cube on Mar. 1, 2005

FUCK!! I was married to a bitch who always had to spoil the plot!!! You're probably right.

Anyone notice how Marwan looks like Zarquawhi?

Posted by: Casca on Mar. 1, 2005