William Devane, too.
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Dammit, Chloe, we hope it's you.
There's more 24 in store for hordes of fans.
Plus: Channing Tatum naked-crashed Marlon Wayans's
chess house party, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
Looks like it won't shoot this year, if at all.
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And it's more "psychological" than 24.
Can he be looking for a mole? He was always good at finding moles.
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Howard Gordon may work with Killen on the 'Inception'-ish 'REM.'
After winning last year, the actress bows out.
Jack wanders into the sunset, to kill again on the big screen.
The more Terminator-like he became, the better the show.
Jack is definitely the baddest bitch.
Small intestines, meet blowtorch.
With Jack vacillating between justice and vigilantism, the Absurd-o-Meter is at its breaking point.
Time Warp to 1992: Hey, everybody, it’s D.B. Sweeney and Michael Madsen!
Jack's allies turn on him.
This doesn't turn out well.
A two-hour episode provides plenty of time for a surprise death, the trapping of a mole, and plenty of absurd twists.
The movie is still on and a spinoff is still possible.
CTU can see no terrorists, hear no terrorists, and is unable to make or receive phone calls regarding terrorists.
"These are the final episodes, so if some of your name people would like to do something on the show, this is the time for them to do it."
Plus: Miranda Cosgrove is a very, very rich teenager.