Recapping a game-changing episode 9 of 24: Live Another Day, Ty,
Badway, and the specter of Drew ponder the Final Boss of the season,
Audrey’s ever-changing Outlook calendar, and Navarro’s likelihood of survival in federal prison. Other topics include: Boudreau’s next
move, Eric Ritter has too many questions, and we try shamelessly to
cram Almeida somewhere/anywhere into these last three episodes.
Coming at you faster than a speeding Chrysler 200, episode 7 of 24:
Live Another Day was all killer, no filler! Ty, Drew, and Badway break
it all down including Margot’s bombing of a hospital, Jack out-running drone missiles, and President Heller’s possible surrender to the enemy. Other topics include the origin of terrorist family henchmen, Kate’s soft touch with child victims, and techie Jordan’s heroic work in the field. They also speculate on the ramifications of Cross’ Quadruple-cross.
We’re at the midway point of 24: Live Another Day, and the guys hit on the show falling on old habits. Between moles, untrustworthy Presidential aides, people ruining Jack’s operation, and a Kim Bauer-esque bus accident, there’s plenty to break down. Ty, Drew, and Badway also score the alpha male showdown between Boudreau and Bauer, go over some internet chatter, and make some predictions on the second half of the season.
In the aftermath of the two hour premiere of 24: Live Another Day, Ty, Drew, and Badway hash out many key points of the two episodes, including President Heller’s early bout with Alzheimer’s, “female Jack” Kate Morgan’s killer instincts, and Chloe and Jack’s daring escape from the CIA with the help of his mysterious Serbian friend and a QVC telescopic ladder. The guys also answer emails and tweets about the premiere, ponder the availability of Heller’s old man sweater, and try to calm Ty down after an epic rant over lax security in our government’s various headquarters. Jack is back.
In the second half or our “March Badness” special, Ty, Drew, and Badway present the Domestic half of the bracket. Listen in as the guys discuss Charles Logan’s ineptitude, whether Christopher Walken could’ve played Phillip Bauer, and Ira Gaines’ secret hangout. Plus, a discussion about Starkwood’s relationship to Haliburton, RoboCop’s Pittsburgh roots, and questionable seeding decisions by Badway. Find out who moves on to face Habib Marwan (Foreign Bracket Champion) in the ultimate 24 “March Badness” Championship round.
In the spirit of March Madness, Ty, Drew and Badway present “March Badness”, the definitive bracket on foreign and domestic villains within 24. Listen in as the guys debate Habib Marwan’s managerial style while posing as “Harris Barnes”, Syed Ali’s cyanide tooth, the stats on the back of Abu Fayed’s baseball card, and whether General Chang Zhi was really a villain at all. Plus, a breakdown of the most recent teaser, a brief walkthrough of Drew’s latest 24-related purchase, and an astounding math discovery with the release date of Live Another Day.
Ty, Drew and Badway find old props from previous seasons of 24 on GoldenCloset.com and come up with a potential strategy for luring Carlos Bernard (Tony Almeida) onto the podcast. Then, the crew runs through the full list of presidents in the series, extolling the real world virtues of David Palmer, questioning alternate careers for Hal Gardner, calling Charles Logan a snake, and wondering how President Heller managed to get elected.