Another week, another article in Patrol Magazine. This week, I wrote a response to my article two weeks ago, “Jack Bauer Must Die“. The response was needed because, as the title of my current article implies, the series finale of 24 happened and Jack did not indeed die. Here’s the link:
“Okay, So Jack Bauer Didn’t Die”-Patrol Mag
Once again, just as the last article, this article isn’t even so much about the show itself as it is about what this show, and it’s ending says about our culture and what is profitable. Please comment freely here and on Patrol. I’d love your thoughts. You can view all of my past articles for Patrol Magazine here. [p.s.-starting next week, I’m changing my blogging philosophy, which will result in a very different feel for this site. More to come.]
My original title for my article this week for Patrol Magazine (before the editorial chopping block) was I’m Calling It: Jack Bauer Will Die (On Morality & “24”). The article concerns the television series 24 and it’s upcoming series-ending finale. My theory? They’re going to kill Jack Bauer, the show’s iconic main character. Read the article to find out my reasons why:
“Jack Bauer Must Die” – Patrol Magazine
It’s far more philosophical than “televisional”, so don’t worry. I did not intend to bog people down with plot minutiae and spoilers. Speaking of, as far as spoilers go, there are only a couple concerning very recent episodes of the current season, and even though are fairly nebulous. Besides, how the story is told is just as exciting (if not more) as what the story is.