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Date Posted: Monday, June 06, 02:49:41am
Author: EllenM
Subject: Thank you all. A word about the context -- (r)
In reply to: Cyanide 's message, "lol, oh well done." on Sunday, June 05, 05:43:07am

For those who aren't familiar with '24,' Erin Driscoll as well as Madeline were both played by Alberta Watson. (hence the *amazing* resemblance between the two characters)

I was sad to see that, in '24,' that fine actress was given poor dialogue and unbelievable situations (especially as regards the death of her daughter, Maya). Made me wonder what it would have been like if Madeline, instead of Erin, had been the head of CTU.

So, I thought I'd correct as many ills as possible with what I wrote. (shades of Berkoff/Jason.) LOL

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