08 February, 2007

Carnival of Bauer - Noon-1:00 PM


Hour seven was a little slow, but Jack started to get back on the wagon with a respectable kill. Papa Bauer had two, but come on, we just found out the guy is the man behind the man, he's tougher than we thought. With a two hour double feature next week, hour seven was all the more important to set up the imminent bloodbath. Don't think the Carnival of Bauer contributors didn't notice.

This week's Carnival includes a lot of great entries, so let's jump right in... and don't forget to head over to Blogs4Bauer when you're finished for all the week-long 24 musings you can handle. Note: a few people were generous with their contributions and submitted more than once. Double contributors are linked within the same post.

- Jack handles the recent Boston Crisis
Let's start right off with a mash up video. Space Ghost meets Aqua Teen meets 24. Hilarious. If there's anyone smarter than the CTU servers, it's Frylock.

- Reviews and More - 24 6x07
Checking in for the first time, J.E. of Reviews and More totally called Morris' involvement, and like many of us, wishes for more action scenes. Don't worry, they're coming...

- CTU Interrogator Rick Burke's Online Dating Profile
The Jack Sack did some digging, and look what they uncovered... Creepily enough I'm sure if you looked hard enough on match.com you'd find something like this. And if you're into the whole satire bit, they've also got a hilarious take off on the McLaughlin Group.

- Magic Lamp - 12 pm to 1 pm Synopsis
Steve over at Magic lamp offers such brilliant lines as "Jack and his father are about to sing “Unchained Melody” in the back of a van." Hilarious summary of hour 7.

- Morning Maniac Music
Morning Maniac Dave says 24 is the Best Male Soap Opera Ever. Don't let Jack catch you calling the episodes "my stories."

- Bauer Prediction: No Nuke for You (yet)
Media Shuffle isn't too far off the mark here. Official Pardons don't come that easily on 24 though, right? ::Cough:: Right? Oh, and Edgar Stiles apparently smuggled himself into Vegas. Must have been a big box...

- Hugs, Not Drugs: The Softer Side of Jack...
Ched at Says Simpleton gives us a quick look into Jack's new torture methods. Great aside at the end, too.

- The following takes place...
Gennifer of Where Are We Going And Why Am I In This Handbasket? offers up a few notable quotes and comments. Short and sweet.

- It's only the world's most intricate and flawlessly executed conspiracy ever, ever
Cake or Death's JWookie tidily unwinds the Bauer's and their wacky, unbelievably complex plots to rule the world! Okay, maybe it's not so tidy, but neither is the conspiracy. It's funny though, so go now.

- The Sins of the Father
Doug at Below the Beltway focuses in on the hours events, and gives a quick re-cap of the family goings-on, and follows up with some short commentary on a pro-24 Wall Street Journal article.

- Next week on 24, the Bauers go to therapy
PantryGirl has some fantastic comments about the father son relationship, but it seems what she's most interested in is interrogation specialist Ricky. Check it out for specifics, this here's a PG-13 blog (most of the time).

- Jack Loses It
King Tom still can't figure out if it's Gray, Graham or Graeme, but decides it doesn't matter anymore amongst other random commentary from day 7.

- And Then There Were Two?
If you missed any details from last Monday's hour, Emperor Misha I of Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler has your back. Great read, not only because it's funny but because there's some good insight as well.

- The Rookie: CTU
Jeremy Valdez, playing rookie agent Jason Blaine, seems to channel a young Tony Almeida in the The Rookie mini-series. The resemblance is uncanny, down to helping the lady with her dog. Go watch, they're short.

AND last but certainly not least,

- Rickey Presents: Your Weekly"24" Fix
The Immortal Ricky Henderson, next week's Carnival of Bauer host, tides us over until next Monday at **8 PM with the weekly 24 wrap-up. "Meanwhile, somewhere, after watching Wayne's latest speech on TV and realizing that despite being an evil megalomaniac hellbent on trampling the Constitution, he'd still do a better job than Wayne Palmer, Charles Logan slowly rises from the couch to freshen his drink." Amazing.

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That's all for this week. Some good entries, some great entries, and some entries that seem to have been channeled through some sort of lucidity brain filter. Enjoy!

4 Comments:

Blogger Jack Bauer said...

That's some nice Carnivaling Lou. Feel free to signup for another later in the season.

11:08 AM, February 08, 2007  
Blogger Adam said...

Lou, the clowns! Next to "The Deer Hunter" there is nothing that scares me more than clowns!

Awesome work, thank you for the good press.

1:39 PM, February 08, 2007  
Anonymous Steve said...

Hi Lou,

I've just added New Word Order to the Magic Lamp blogroll!

Thanks for hosting the carnival!

6:42 PM, February 08, 2007  
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