Skip to comments.It's All Over: Liberals Officially Take Over "24" (Libs kill the last GOP-friendly show)
Posted on 02/03/2008 7:46:42 PM PST by DesScorp
Liberals make and promote and distribute and champion films about assassinating Bush, sex with animals, and sympathizing with child molesters, but its torture to save American lives which most offends them. How so very revealing
It is over. Conservatives will no longer have even a single show on network television anymore.
Not. Even. One.
In a heartbreaking Wall Street Journal article, the death of 24 as we knew and loved it has arrived in the form of a left-wing reinvention which is obviously determined to remove everything which made the series special: its unabashed patriotism and determination to protect that which is most worth protecting, America and Americans, at any cost.
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Admin Mods, I have no idea why the title ended up like that, but please fix it....it’s supposed to end in “24”.
The fact is nobody watches this show anymore.
This country is in for some hard times ahead — until the electorate finally wakes up to liberalism and its corruption and destructive forces. It won’t happen overnight. Be prepared.
but is Ironman going to take up some of the slack? The trailer shows him toasting jihadists
The end of 24 may upset Conservatives but certainly not Republicans.
I’ve always enjoyed that show. I may have to look elsewhere.
24 jumped the shark last season, big time. By hour 4, I’d lost interest anyway.
You should cite what was done, and by who, that would lead to such a conclusion.
True. But I’m sure CBS would be happy to ruin it. If the show returns after the strike I expect it. Great show. Fantastic cast. I miss it.
I have this gut feeling, that if Hillary Clinton gets elected, Glenn Beck and Lou Dobbs will be history, too.
I liked the show, until I realized that the real enemy was not terrorist, but the U. S. government. And the government was always was portrayed as “consertative”.
it does show a softness when it switches to the families
I’ve never seen ‘The Unit’ but is that President David Palmer in that top photo?
I should have taken a clue when I went to the 24 website and saw all of the global warming crap..........
The Unit is good but they do get a few lib jabs in here and there. On episode I believe was talking about how sorry the medical care was for returning vets.There was also a lib lawyer on there that one of the characters had to do community service with. The young floozy that was on the show is now the good robot on the Terminator show.
The Unit was half good. If only they dumped the “stateside” soap opera part, and concentrated on the action.
If you like Dennis Haysbert as President Palmer, don’t watch the Unit. He’s horrible in that show. I’m not sure if I just never realized that he’s a bad actor, or if he’s just a bad actor in that show. I think it may actually be that the dialogue in The Unit is a bit amateurish.
It didn't jump the shark last season. It rolled up to the shark tank, fell in and was chewed on by the shark for a while. It felt like the show was two seasons of 8 crammed together with some filler added to get to 24.
The worst disaster in American history happens with a city being nuked, and the idiots at CTU still have time for their usual bickering? I would hate to see that place on a day when Jack Bauer isn't saving the world.
Sorry yorkie...I meant to reply to ari_freedom.
Speaking of young floozies - have you watched any of the cable news stations lately?
Better known as the wierd psychic girl, River Tam, in Firefly, a much better show than either 24 or The Unit.
I wish the ratio of blondes to men was similar in real life!!!
This is why I don’t watch network tv anymore. But even the channels I love, Discovery, science, History are turning libby big time. Yes I think we’re going to have to let the liberals tear this country down before we can build it back up again. We can only pray they don’t TOTALY destroy it first. GEAUX G-MEN..
I love it too. When the heck is it coming BACK!?
I have not watched a single episode. I guess I didn’t miss much. Just more hollywood crap.
the History Channel also gives to a voice to every single kook out there.
Do you mean ‘blondes’ or ‘real blondes’?——check ‘em out in the buff
The Unit rocks.
Me, too! But, when a male newscaster wears more mascara than I do - I go for the remote. LOL!
No, that is Sargent Major Jonas Blaine. President Palmer and Sargent Major Blaine are played by the same actor.
NCIS is my favorite, is that a liberal show>
is CSI miami liberal?
What are talking about?
On the hit Fox TV show 24 star Mary Lynn Rajskub plays Chloe OBrian, CTUs technical backup support that field agent Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) needs to get his mission done. In real life the show is presently off the air thanks to the three-month-old writers strike. But if the strike were over tomorrow and new scripts for 24 could be pumped out right away the shows creators would have to make sure to keep Chloe at her desk for the remainder of the season: it turns out that the actress is now pregnant with her first child. Rajskub, 36, broke the good news first to People magazine. The father is her live-in boyfriend, personal trainer Matthew Rolph, and at 27, nine years her junior. The little one is expected to arrive near the end of summer and if mommy knows if it will be a boy or girl she didnt spill it with People. "With the strike going on, I had to keep busy!" Rajskub quipped to the magazine. "We are thrilled and couldn't be more excited." At least there was one good thing made from Hollywoods work stoppage. Now lets run with this scenario: say the writers strike is over sooner rather than later. There are eight episodes of 24s seventh season already done but Fox doesnt want to air them unless it knows that the rest of the season (the remaining 16 hours left in the day) can also be completed without any major delays to their broadcast order. If the writers got back to work next week and 24 resumed production there would still be several months of work left to be done and Mary Lynn would start showing her pregnancy bump somewhere around hour 14 or so. It would only get more noticeable as the day went on until Chloe was wearing maternity dresses and glowing with her imminent motherhood by the time the season was over. Now that would be something worthy of further investigation by Jack, maybe in season eight.
agree...Firefly, was one of the better (scifi) ones.
The last new episode they had Duckie would not do an autopsy on a dead muslim in respect of his beliefs. I was wondering if the writers would give the same respect to a Christian....but we already know that answer.
Big deal, read into any show a conspiracy against any cause.
What a bunsch of crap.
My opinion, exactly. I understand that they are attempting to attract a female audience to what is essentially a “guy thing,” but all they really do is mess up a pretty good action show.
On “Chuck” the last time, the CIA woman was briefing her field agents and she said something about the Russian KGB agents finding themselves out of work in the ‘90s, to which Adam Baldwin (no relation, and a conservative in real life) replied, “Yeah, thanks to President Reagan winning the Cold War.” They do use his love of Reagan to make him kind of over-the-top and gung ho, but it doesn’t feel mean-spirited. It’s essential an apolitical show.
We watch it.That’s a few:)
No one watches the show because it is not on the air!!
Has not been aired in 2008.
Heres show we should fight for, to get on the MSM.
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Stop watching TV
What a load of crap. On any given day, 99% of hollywood is currently looking for its next acting gig. Most of them would sell their family into slavery for even a couple of episodes of work on a prime time show like 24, even if it went against their precious liberal viewpoints.
Wasn’t she River Tam in the movie “Serenity”?