And the stuff of what Hodges says to the Chair, before he kills him, is instructive indeed. Starkwood, Hodges says, carried out every dirty mission the U.S. government asked it to undertake. When you consider that fictional Starkwood is clearly meant to call forth echoes of Blackwater in our real world, it becomes obvious, once again, that 24 is in no sense an endorser of the right-wing cabal than some zealots on the left imagine it to be. It certainly is not this year. It never was.
But back to the fiction on the screen: Jack's symptoms are getting worse. Turns out there may be some sort of stem cell treatment that could help him - but the donor has to be a close relative. Kim! Actually, I'm looking forward to seeing her again, which we certainly will, even though Jack is resisting.
Other good stuff tonight .... The President's daughter sleeps with the sleazy reporter, and outfoxes him (but I'm not sure Aaron would have allowed to her to go into the closed room, alone). Tony is great in the field. And the vice is now tightened, with Starkwood's missiles armed....
This powerful, wild Day of 24 continues...
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