Writing about the media I consume and create, and also whatever else I want to write about. I'm a documentary and day-time tv editor who has also cut some short films. I work in New York and live in Jersey City.
You still think 24 is about family? If there's one thing I learned last week, it's about the importance of being in the Kool Kids Klub. And also you're likelier to survive being blown up (Tony) than being fat (Edgar.)
absolutely still about family. Lynn's poor handling of his own family relationship is part of how Edgar got offed. Part of me thinks that the family issue is really just a way to add weight to the shootings, but it seems pretty elaborately constructed this season; I just reviewed a bunch of episodes for another post not related to that, and the family issues really struck me as being pretty important.
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