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    24 is over in Spain. What's next?

    Yesterday the last 3 episodes another three episodes of the second season of 24 were aired (only three more to go); I haven't seen them yet, I have them taped. I don't know if there's another season in the USA. But, if so, maybe this plot would surely be fit for it
    Kim Bauer is now president of the USA. During a visit to a not particularly friendly African country, she's kidnapped by the natives, who want to boil her until her hairs turns a really ugly shade of brown. She manages to escape by kicking the pot, and runs a lot. Meanwhile, Almeida, who's managed to become vicepresident for no particular reason, assumes responsability, and calls Jack, who's now a derviche monk in Anatolia, to rescue her daughter, to whom he's paid no attention since last season's grand finale.
    Since she's in Africa, he figures out the best strategy is to disembark in Cape Town, and start frisking whoever is at hand until he finds her daughter.
    Lots of torture, slaughter and maiming ensues. In 24 hours, by using several CTU helicopters, zeppelins, suborbital vehicles, and an specially fast motorbyke, he arrives in Rwanda, where her daughter has managed to get herself into more trouble by kicking the alfa male of a gorilla family who was getting too friendly in the butt. Jack Bauer arrests the whole gorilla family, sends them to Guantánamo, and they live happily ever after.

    Update: 24Weblog, a weblog devoted to all things 24, is linking this story. Thanks!
    And the comments are right: still 3 episodes to go.

    2003-11-08 03:18 | 3 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: Alvy Fecha: 2003-11-08 04:18

    Beeeeeep! There are another three remaining for next week (5am to 8am) and then it's really the end.

    De: Ctugha Fecha: 2003-11-08 04:53

    Alvy: I was going to say the same. I hope it didn´t end last night (it would be as cruel as Matrix Reloaded).

    De: JJ Fecha: 2003-11-08 17:00

    Does it? I seemed to remember it started at 6 AM...
    But yes, I saw what was recorded, and it didn't finish.

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