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Breaking news: Mr. Taylor Goes to Ground-Click for details





Oh, and as promised, a new character icon!

If you look closely, you can see the light blue twinkle in her eye.
What can I say, the girl's growing on me.


So! This week:
SPOILER ALERT!

Okay, so Dubaku's girl sold him out, Henry's in surgery, Janis is worried about job security, and we found who the mole is... but let's get to the really important issue:


LOOK WHO'S BACK!

Woo hoo! I was wondering where the O'Brian Clan was shacking up. Maybe they're just on vacation fighting terrorism. Then again, Chloe was originally stationed at D.C.'s CTU Branch back in Day 2.5 (which again was 24: The Game), so she definitely has old roots there. And a big AWWWW to Little O'Brian, looking around 2, maybe 3 years old.

But, even better was the longest-running character other than Jack in the history of 24: AARON PIERCE! This now makes his seventh consecutive appearance, and I couldn't be more thrilled.
Maybe perhaps we'll learn through him if he's still with former first Lady Martha Logan, and even more importantly if Charles Logan survived that ambulance ride. If this week's comic is any indication, he probably didn't and rolled down a California hillside embankment.

I wonder if Mike Novick might still make an appearance somehow...

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yaboiksar
Feb. 17th, 2009 01:08 pm (UTC)
BWhhahahaha at the comic. Great one as usual.

I loved seeing Aaron and Morris. Their kid is a cutie.

I wasn't really surprised at all about the mole. Thought that part was kinda lame. And again, no Tony. He's doing something nefarious, I know it!
24thecomicstrip
Feb. 17th, 2009 08:40 pm (UTC)
Actually, I have to say that I found it amazingly clever that he is the mole-- I mean think about it: every time they would normally give us a mole in previous seasons, you could never tell who it was until basically they full-on tipped their hand who they really were until they called Mr. Terrorist and said "We have a problem-- my mole skills are under pressure".

Sean was just wormy from the start, and they tried to trick long-time fans into thinking he was the mole from moment one, then threw red herrings at us by trying to get his wife's plane on the ground first and backdooring protocols to begrudgingly help Janis. They made you think he was a slimeball with a heart, and in a sense he still kind of is.

I think it was a winning ruse, and it certainly worked on me.

By the way, is that Reiko in your icon? Holy moly, where's that from?

And thanks for laughing!
yaboiksar
Feb. 17th, 2009 08:53 pm (UTC)
It is Reiko and you are the second person to ask me that, heh.

I didn't make the icon so I have no idea where they got that pic. I want it too! I'm going to contact them and see if they can tell me where or maybe even send it my way. If I find out or I get it, I'd be glad to send the info/pic your way.
teknodave
Feb. 18th, 2009 07:18 am (UTC)
It must not have clicked when I saw the opening credits, I squeed when I saw Morris. I actually IM'd Morris!! to a friend I was talking to while viewing it on Hulu...he thought I was high. LOL

But yeah, I saw Glen's name, I clapped. Same 'ol Aaron, that was tight. They cast a good likeness to play the president's daughter too! Very spitting image.

But hey, after all those incidents poor Henry had dealt with, it appears his red tie fared well...
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