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Findings never drops the pretense of being a document of real events. In addition to the testimonies, Cerasini, posing as a reporter, provides things like dossiers on key players, magazine articles about Palmer's campaign after the assassination attempt, autopsy reports, and transcripts of commentary from fictitious TV shows.
Some background material appears as "reporter's notes" on stationary "from the desk of Mark Cerasini. Unfortunately, most of that potential is unrealized. It follows the rules of its own universe scrupulously.
24: The House Special Subcommittee's Findings at CTU
Everything must happen in 24 hours, and something must happen every hour. Anyone can be a turncoat.
If that turncoat dies, he will leave one and only one lead for the always desperate Jack Bauer. There are plenty of crazy plans and all of them just might work. Co-workers often pull guns on each other and frequently with reason. This is big fun done right. The format of the show encourages the creators to pull out the most absurd twists without fretting over the ramifications.
We don't worry about how a candidate can divorce his sort of evil wife mid-campaign and still get elected.
That happens later. We don't worry about how a government agent can shoot his own supervisor and one of his colleagues in the same day and still keep his job.
The writers can't resist the temptation of their farthest over the top ideas and it works for me. Findings never comes to life in the same way.
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One of the apparent motives of the book, or perhaps just an inevitable side effect of the format, is to address plot holes and questions lobbed by fans. Cerasini uses the Congressional inquiry to offer answers for those who care about such things. If Jack could review surveillance footage to see that Nina killed Jamey, why didn't they use the security cameras to see who smuggled out the doctored key card in the early episodes?
Since footage more than 48 hours old is compressed, archived and stored in Washington, it would take too long to retrieve, Jack testifies.
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If Nina were a double agent, why did she help Jack in the early episodes? Nov 25, SmarterLilac rated it liked it. It's sad that I read this, it really is, but I'm feeling nostalgic this week so I'm admitting it here. This is actually cute and entertaining, especially for the parts in which Jack Bauer has to justify his job to Congress 'That's when I loaded the tranquilizer gun Sep 21, Amy Leal rated it liked it Recommends it for: 24 fanatics.
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