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02.05 | Carlos Bernard interviewed
Carlos Bernard talks about being Tony Almeida:
“Maybe the Tony character might be more relatable. He’s not so sure about everything. He has questions about things, whereas I think the Jack character has a real strong resolve about every decision he makes. I think Tony’s the opposite. I think that’s why they’re an interesting contrast. Tony lets the emotions come in more and, as a result, he’s probably not as good at his job. He’s not the machine that Jack is.”
Though hopefully that '10th longest day of his life' won't happen.
I'd seriously doubt that 24 will run to ten seasons. Having said that, the show is still entertaining me and keeping me tuning in each week and as long as that remains true i'll keep watching, regardless of how long that is.
I do think it is a hell of a lot more likely that if 24 is alive in any way in five years time it will most certainly be in the form of a spinoff and not in the realtime format.
Posted by: MacLeod at February 5, 2006 02:16 PM | #
I don't doubt that at all really. It could happen, since it's already been signed on for a 6th. It just depends on what else they can squeeze out of all the characters. I'd love to see more of Tony in the field though. He's unkillable.
Posted by: Kif at February 6, 2006 01:09 AM | #
I still seem to think that Tony is being groomed to take over from Jack. Now they have both lost their wives, and Tony must deal with revenge Vs interests of millions.
Out of curiosity, I saw this on Ebay, pretty cool!:
I want it!
Posted by: go4it at February 15, 2006 09:56 PM | #
I live at 26782 Commonwealth in Seattle. Been up here before?
Posted by: Mike Flacklestein at June 14, 2006 08:39 PM | #
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