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08-18-2003, 05:01 AM
I've just finished watching season two of this fab tv programme. I bought the complete series on dvd last week and it has been really great watching them altogether.
When I got to the last episode I was so excited that everything would be tied up and for the most part it was.
Does anybody happen to know if President Palmer dies or is he is Season Three?
08-18-2003, 05:13 AM
... before you reply, your post will probably need a spoiler warning if you reveal any of the plot :) !
We have missed all the 24 series and have heard only good things about it, so we'll be renting it out on video.
08-18-2003, 05:45 AM
Nope don't know a thing that's going to happen. Last year we were able to see the 1st programme of Season 2 in October while we were in Florida.
I was hoping to do the same this year but we leave on the 24th and it starts on FOX on the 28th October:( Looks like you will be able to catch it if you want Florence.
08-18-2003, 06:28 AM
That is wonderful news.
Did you not find it really annoying when the baddies announced that Plan B would have to come into action which involved poisoning the president via a handshake? Why on earth did they go through the whole nuclear bomb, fake arab leader conspiracy fiasco if they could achieve their aims so simply? I found it really disappointing.
08-19-2003, 10:05 AM
I know what you mean. I hate watching a tv programme and the last episode is just yet another cliffhanger. I knoew when I heard the words Plan B that there was going to be a sequel so I should have been prepared.
When I was watching the bonus dvd that I got in the pack they did say that President Palmer was assassinated in the final episode but with it being 24 you just never know.
Kaylee told me that the new series begins in October, so I will be able to see the opening episode. I much prefer to watch it all in one go, that is what I did with both series. I look myself away for a weekend and have a 24athon.
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