In the season finale of the BauerHour Podcast, Ty, Drew and Badway say their farewells to the beloved cast of 24: Live Another Day by grading each character’s performance (spoiler: Erik Ritter did not get an “A”). The guys also speculate future plot points for the inevitable renewal, including Drew’s spectacular piece of Day 10 fan fiction. Furthermore, the gang sifts through the rubble from the shots fired at Kiefer by none other than Cole Ortiz AKA Freddie Prinze Jr. We’ll see you all next season!
In the wake of a terrific episode eleven of 24: Live Another Day, Ty,
Drew, and Badway discuss all of the angles and have all the answers to your burning questions about the upcoming season finale. Will Boudreau redeem himself? Will Audrey and Jack have the opportunity to act on their burgeoning emotions? Will President Heller survive the night? Erik Ritter surely doesn’t have the answers, but Bauer Hour does! The guys also have a spirited discussion regarding Mark Boudreau’s ethos, the impact of Cheng as a recurring super-villain, and the future of the series as a whole.
Ty, Badway, and a rejuvenated Drew break down an action packed episode ten of 24: Live Another Day. Cross gets double-crossed by a new threat, Navarro catches a beating from Jack and Kate, and Boudreau sees his marriage slipping through his treasonous fingers. We also learn that Jimmy Heller chases his medication with whiskey, wars are started over laminated faxes, and Erik Ritter has many questions after being put in charge.
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.
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.
After digesting the emotional fifth episode of 24: Live Another Day, Ty, Drew, and Badway analyze Jack and Audrey’s heartbreaking confrontation, and its impact on the Boudreau marriage. Other topics include: Erik still being a bitch, Navarro’s credentials as a point man in a raid, Naveed’s tragic fate, and the worst hour of Mark Boudreau’s life. The guys also question the technological limitations and inconsistencies in the current 24 world, and praise Ian Al-Harazi’s pilot training success.
Recapping a very eventful episode four of 24: Live Another Day, Ty, Drew, and Badway discuss President Heller’s triumphant speech in front of Parliament, Audrey’s feelings upon hearing her long lost love has returned, as well as Mark Boudreau’s pathetic attempts to acquire companionship. The guys also break down the evil that is brewing within Margot Al-Harazi and wonder how hard it could possibly be to pilot the drones. Badway goes on a tirade regarding “know-it-all” Kate Morgan and the irrelevant Erik Ritter.
With episode three of 24: Live Another Day in the books, Ty, Drew, and Badway consider the parenting style of Margot Al-Harazi, Chloe’s heartbreaking family story, and how Jack really is a good shoulder to cry on. They also ponder Heller’s next step in the wake of Parliament’s outburst towards him, Adrian Cross’ snake-like charm, and Jack’s crafty way of inciting a mob. The guys additionally discuss the current Vegas betting lines for the show and the short-lived career of Ron Fairbanks.
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.
As 5-5-14 approaches, Ty, Drew and Badway discuss Jack Bauer’s moral ambiguity, the various human rights violations of 24, top dead-end plot lines from the series, and debate the mountain lion population of California. The guys also break down FOX’s “Jack Is Back” segments (posted below), why James Heller is the perfect choice for the next 24 President, and whether the Live Another Day “Special Event” will pave the way for more seasons of our favorite show.