Having never missed an episode of 24, I agree with the earlier writer that the normalization of more and more extreme acts of violence is part of the show's legacy. But what really struck me about the show was an outgrowth of a world, created by the 24 writers, where extreme institutional incompetence was the norm.
Friday, May 28, 2010
"24": The Real Legacy
One of Andrew Sullivan's readers just posted the following cogent observation: