Everyone: "Russia planned a nuclear attack on Manhattan"
President: "Who cares, we're about to have peace in Kaseryka-stan"
To be fair, the implication is that the peace treaty would have implications throughout the entire Middle East. Though how that can be true without any Israeli participation is beyond me.
But yeah, Taylor's thought process is stupid. She's in it for the glory (a probable Nobel Peace Prize) than for actual peace (nabbing the Russians who killed the IRK's leader, infiltrated a US agency, and attempted to nuke Manhattan.)
I could be wrong (will go back and watch later) but Logan told his assistant or vice versa "my source at CTU said Dana hasn't cracked." when they were by the elevator. There would be no reason to say "source at CTU" if it isn't something having to do with a mole.
Rewatched, he says "my source told me Walsh hasn't given up anything about Moscow"
That was prolly the best episode this season, despite some of the lol bad things w/ timing and ease of hijack.
The president, who scenes I usually hate, was pretty good/intense in these ones. Her visiting CTU and talking was Jack was a nice reminder/contrast to the season 1 scene where Palmer comes into CTU to talk to Jack.
In rewatching season 1, I now think that I had overrated the first 13 hours, and underrated the last 4. The last 4 hours are really good. The first 13 are OK, but not as good as I had remembered, because the pacing was really slow at times.
Just saw the episode. Really good. Logan back in action was awesome. Cool to see him completely own that bitch of a Russian ambassador. What do y'all suppose Jack is upto now? Will Chloe help him? Don't really see how she can, and usually her help is crucial when Jack goes on these renegade missions.