I quit watching 24 after the 2nd season. Not sure why; it was a riveting show. Maybe our tv quit getting reception then. We had a tiny little tv that just didn't know what to do with a signal and we used it mainly for watching VHS vids, but a tv is never something I wanted, so I never upgraded. When the new HD craze came, I let it pass me by. Nobody in my family watches tv. We just all grew up doing other things. My kids, too. Sorry... this isn't about me. It's about 24. And seeing that it's going off the air tells me that quality tv programming may be waning, not waxing as I previously thought. Lost is going, too. Now LOST is something I watch without fail. I get it on iTunes, and it looks great on my Cinema Display in HD.
All I can say is enjoy it and record all the episodes. I have every episode of LOST since the first one. And it really DOES look better in HD. OH well. I'm ready to find out what kind of Sci-Fi this show was all about all this time. I've had a pretty good idea since fairly early on, but in an interview someone else had the same idea and asked the directors, but outright denied it. Well, now they're moving pretty much in that direction, so I guess their denial was necessary to keep the show on the air for 6 seasons. Even with the ending pretty well established by the flash-forwards, and the good/evil conflicts pretty well delineated (though they keep trying to confuse us as to whether Jacob or his friend is the good one) it's fun to see how it plays out, and they keep visiting the old sets, so it's nostalgic, even though everything is now in ruins. Maybe they'll have some twists at the end, or worse; leave us hanging with no explanation at all. (Sequel anyone?)
Maybe they'll follow up 24 with 8: Jack Bauer gets a desk job.
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