-- So first, the U.S. government hands Josh over to a terrorist, and then orders an air strike that they know will get him killed? When this is all over, Josh and his mom are going to be able to file the biggest lawsuit in history.
-- It really takes over twenty minutes to launch an air strike against a target just ten miles off the coast? For our sake, let's hope the show made that up.
-- The biggest question of the season--and one we're not likely to get answered--is why the hell does Phillip even want Josh? He doesn't seem like an especially pleasant kid. I can't imagine why Phillip would want to be around him at all, much less to go through the trouble he has to get him.
-- Wow. That was a really cool explosion. I guess that's where this season's FX budget went to.
-- It looks like they're trying something new this season. The threat ended with about 25 minutes left, which means the rest of the episode is just wrap up. I'm not sure that's a good idea.
-- Oh, no. No. No, no, no, no, no. Come on. Please tell me we're not going to close the season out with a scene between Jack and Audrey.
-- Ugh. Worst. Season. Finale. Ever.
Jack's confirmed kills: 5 (39 for the season)
Jack's Words of Wisdom: "I just watched my father die. And I felt nothing. Do you know why? Yeah, you know why. Because that man was dead to me years ago."
Overall grade: D+