But, call me loyal to a fault, I still am not. Neither is Chloe - called back to the FBI to work the CTU computers that the President has ordered back online at Jack's recommendation. At least, Chloe can't quite believe that Tony is bad.
And Jack is not in the greatest mental shape. In the best scene of the evening, Jack opens up verbally on Janis, who is less than thrilled to see CTU computers pulled out of storage. Jack rages at her to stop whining, and says - twice - that President David Palmer ordered the CTU computers back into the breach. Right order, wrong President.
I also admit that I was even glad to see Tony kiss Cara Bowden (played by Amy Price-Francis of Californication) - he's been hurting every since he lost Michelle (who is now on Lost - actress Reiko Aylesworth, that is). And the coming attractions promise a huge twist - so there's still room in that twist for Tony to redeem himself. What does he really want from the new, executive ring of bad guys who meet like SPECTRE in a webinar.
Meanwhile, the dislikable daughter of the President is taking matters into her own hands about Hodges, and involving Aaron, which should be interesting....
And the clock keeps ticking...
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