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24: How Will the FOX Series End? Well…

24We know that 24, the long-running FOX series, is coming to an end with a two-hour finale on May 24th. What will happen? After last week’s heart-breaking ending (and silent clock), what else could happen?

Well, FOX has released the official (and understandably cryptic) description for the finale…

It’s the end of an era when the groundbreaking and iconic action-packed series comes full circle with the climactic two-hour series finale of ‘Day Eight.’ Emotions run high as the harrowing day climaxes with resolute President Taylor (Cherry Jones) closing in on a world-changing objective and Jack forced to take matters into his own hands for one last and unforgettable job.

As previously reported, Eriq La Salle (ER) will guest star in the final episodes. Gregory Itzin (The Mentalist), as former President Logan, will play an important role in the previous installment.

What do you think? Anything you’d like to see happen in the finale? Perhaps President Logan finally getting his just desserts?

 

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Quinn May 23, 2010 at 7:48 pm

I think Jack will be in a mental hospital and the President will kill herself for all the unethical lines she has crossed.

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DLG May 21, 2010 at 7:56 pm

It was 8 hell of AAA good seasons

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nana sefa May 12, 2010 at 3:15 pm

jak has had enough, i think he should have a rest,he needs to be with kim.

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'bouttime May 8, 2010 at 5:24 am

I have been a faithful fan of 24 from the beginning. The show lost its zip last season and continues the downslide this latest season. The producers trying to be PC and listening to the liberal minded critics is obvious. You lost your edge. Let the show die. Whatever happens to Jack & Co. is of little importance, as it is only a show.

Every season it always amazed me how everyone, including the bad guys, good guys, characters from last season, etc, all seem to be within a few miles of each other. You know: ‘a wonderful day in the neighborhood’? Why not just drop the bomb at CTU and America and the world will have a much better chance at acheiving peace.

How is it that CTU can allow so many agents of evil get through the screening process for employment? And how does CTU allow Chloe to be head of CTU?
She’s a damn good computer geek, but that’s her only qualification. It’s obvious, by way of her personality quirks, that she should not be in a position of leadership. Is CTU void of backup management? Oh yeah, its CTU. Sorry!

BTW, the presidential pardon is used more than a super market coupon. It’s become laughable. Is that our only strategy for eliciting information? Thats right, no more torture. Lets all play nice.

Jack is the only heroic, non-comprimising character? Yet, in real life, he is a foolish drunk who only embarasses himself?

Yep, set off a small bomb in the neighborhood. Only the characters of 24 will be affected. No collateral damage, as there is not enough room for anyone else to live there.

Goodby Jack. Goodby Chloe. Goodby Logan & Taylor. Goodby CTU. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out.

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jw May 7, 2010 at 11:06 am

I think Chloe will put the bullet in Jack’s head. And the last still pic will be on her tormented face. Or, Chloe will try to help save Jack and she will end up going after him and get to him before the Russians do…then all hell will break loose and they will both die in an explosion that will kill the ‘bad guys’ and themselves, and let the President live with a memory that she will take to her grave, all the while knowing that Jack and Chloe saved her and the country…Jack and Chloe will be remembered as martyrs, and we’ll never find out their real story until the movie comes out in 2012…

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kevin d May 6, 2010 at 5:04 pm

jack and chloe will go to california to be with kim……………….they both left their lives for ctu and will end up together……….

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shantye April 22, 2010 at 9:55 am

thank you very much

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Jade April 21, 2010 at 10:17 am

Correction: I’m going to miss Keifer’s character, Jack Bauer. Monday nights will NEVER be the same. I’m addicted to 24 and the only cure is to keep 24 on.

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Jade April 21, 2010 at 10:11 am

I think 24 should not be canceled. There is no other show that has held me captive for so long. True, the saying is all good thing must come to an end. But, the saying is horrible. When the going gets good, keep going. Keep going. I’m going Keifer’s character, Jack Bauer. Shame on the network. Shame!

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PBMom April 20, 2010 at 10:57 am

Jack has to FINALLY be able to be happy. At this point, that would be going to California to be with Kim and his granddaughter. If the series has to end, then it has to end with a twist no one would ever expect — he gets to have a new life and be happy and left to that blissful happiness….until the script comes out for the “24″ movie version.

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Danny April 20, 2010 at 7:29 am

Jack needs to be pardoned and recognized as a hero

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DS April 20, 2010 at 6:13 am

KEEP 24 KEEP 24 There needs to be another season, This series needs to continue on just like those old tyme soap operas on daytime tv. I look forward to Monday Night 24 , I look forward to Jack and his ideals, I look forward to the twists and turns this series takes – It is one of the Few worth the time to watch. Don’t End the Series, Keep Kiefer on as Jack – Keep the action going

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judy bright April 19, 2010 at 7:58 pm

why i dont watch much tv and 24 is a great show we will miss jake and the cast i know you will put some dumm shit on you have a good thing going why f it up sham on you fox

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jp April 19, 2010 at 7:53 pm

i think chloe will die in the finale and i would like to see logan finally pay for his crimes
with his life

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