"What is Tony planning to do?... We already know he's lost Jack as a friend"
Carlos Bernard (Tony Almeida) deserves credit for his ability to
convince viewers that he has gone over to the bad side... if he was
ever good at all.
Last week I wondered how they were going to explain Tony's sudden 'bad
boy' turn and I must admit it was believable at that. It even turned
out better than I'd imagined it would. It wasn't a surprise that Tony
shot himself; why would Galvez (The Shooter) kill Larry and leave Tony
alive 'in good condition'!
Despite all the other plots; Hodges, Jack an Kim, I think this episode
really dealt with Larry's death which was rather a graphic appeal when
the camera was placed on his lifeless body, smothered to death (unknown
to the Medics at the time)...
I really missed Larry here, I really didn't like him, but he was
missed. His death was mercilessly committed, like he'd been stabbed in
the back and blinded from one side. It was really Renee that made me
let out a sigh of grief (Thumbs up to Annie Wersching for giving us a
beautiful performance)... Read More
Another person we must give credit to is Kiefer Sutherland's
performance as Jack Bauer. I clapped when Jack took charge again, I
really loved watching him on the field...
Jack - "...that was why I always worked alone"...