Obviously, no liveblogging tonight's two-part episode. Not really a lot of surprises this time around: Terrorists, blah, blah, bombs, blah, blah, mole, blah, nerve agent. Seen it before. This'll set up the plot for probably the next four or five episodes, then there'll be some new element introduced to take it in another direction.
We did get Sean Astin tonight, at his hobbity finest, but still no Peter Weller or Kim Bauer. I guess Kimmy still needs to escape from the cougar.
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