Thursday, January 19, 2006

More, More, More on Twenty-Four

Slate mag has an interview with a chief writer on the show "24," which I first plugged here. The headline reads:

The Worst Day Ever: A 24 writer talks about torture, terrorism, and fudging "real time."

Interesting read.

And speaking of "24," if you're doing something else on Monday nights besides watching the show, you now have my sympathy and pity.

[Of course, if you're feeding the poor, doing an emergency surgery, finishing your novel's deadline, or a whole host of other more important things than watching TV, then can I have your sympathy and pity?]

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