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JackBauer
05-20-2007, 05:55 AM
One of these three endings will be used for the final episode according to 24 insider Czar:

The following are all possible endings to 24's sixth season. Your task is to pick the one the 24 writers went with.


Choice # 1


Jack drops off of the helicopter (on purpose) and Buchanan knows not to go look for Jack and that if he ever wants to be found he will be.


Later, Jack arrives at a house on the beach. The owner of this house is simply James Heller. Jack has Heller at gun point and it's almost as if he wants Heller to apologize for what he said about Jack being cursed and all of the people around him dying. Jack didn't want Audrey to come and look for him and also feels that Heller didn't use any of his political power to try and get Jack out of China. Jack thinks Heller wanted him to rot and die in China because Audrey would have been safer if Jack was dead. Heller can't argue and he knows Jack is right. Jack believes that there is something between him and Audrey and that Heller can't stop them from loving each other. Jack says he will just disappear because he is good at it and if Heller sends people to find him, Jack will kill them because he is pretty good at that too. Heller then takes Jack to Audrey who is in a coma like condition and Jacks speaks to her. Jack tells Audrey that's he's in the crossroads and he doesn't know what to do. Jack knows he needs to let go of Audrey because that's the only way she can be safe. Jack says that it's so difficult because he loves her so much and cares for her but this is something he has to do. Jack tells Audrey that he loves her and that he always will. Audrey never moves and she remains asleep. Jack kisses Audrey on the forehead and says his final goodbye. Jack walks past Heller and outside the house to the edge of a cliff where the house is on. We see Jack looking over the edge, and then we see Jack's face with a look of confusion, and hurt. He doesn't know what to do next and the show ends with Jack on the cliff at the crossroads of his life.


END OF SEASON

Special Note: Internal rumors of a super secret ending to add onto the above scenes which apparently nobody really knows about which likely means it's bogus but nonetheless should be noted.


Choice # 2

As the helicopter nears CTU, Bill's instruments go haywire. The Chinese don't want Cheng to be interrogated because he knows too much and they would rather he die along with Jack. The helicopter is locked onto and Cheng's men hit it with an RPG. The chopper is going down and it appears a crash is imminent. Cheng is actually happy and is pleased he will be killed as he fears what the U.S. interrogators would have done to him. But Cheng will not have his death and Bill knows his stuff and he's able to maneuver the chopper and he makes a crash landing on CTU. The landing is really rough but everyone is alive. Jack gets out and he takes aim at the Chinese agents on the adjacent building but they are long gone. Jack rushes back to the helicopter and helps Josh get out. Bill secures Cheng and escorts him and Josh inside CTU. Jack stays behind and watches as everyone goes inside. He feels that he almost got Josh killed and he takes it hard. Jack walks to the edge of CTU and he looks down and then looks back towards the door but there's nobody there. There's a close-up shot of Jack as he realizes he's at the crossroads of his life. Jack's cell phone rings but he just grabs the phone and tosses it onto the street below. After a few moments, Jack blinks fast a few times and realizes he still has a life to live. Jack turns around and walks back into CTU. Jack walks through the building unnoticed as everybody is doing their own thing. Josh is with Marilyn and she's smiling and kissing Josh on top of the head. Jack looks up and sees Bill in his office bandaging up the wound on his head and talking to Karen on the speakerphone. Jack looks over and sees Morris with Chloe and Morris has his hand on her belly and Jack smiles as if he knows Chloe is pregnant. Jack walks out of CTU and the Counter Terrorist Unit is a closed chapter in Jack's life. Jack is cleared by security and he walks outside of the CTU gate and onto the public street.

There's a quick scene back at CTU but I don't have full details on it and it appears to be filler. It looks like Vice President Daniels calls to speak with Jack but nobody knows where Jack is and Bill tells Chloe that if Jack wants to be found he will be. Heller is also still at CTU and he tells Bill that he would like to speak to the Chinese intelligence officer that they captured. A scene here that was written but never shot was Heller grabbing Cheng by the throat and telling him how much fun he's going to have with him.

Back out on the public street, Jack is still walking. A man on a motorcycle appears and he's driving towards Jack. Jack is cautious and he puts his hand on his gun but nothing happens and Jack realizes that he doesn't have to run anymore, the motorcycle man was nobody. Jack walks into an alleyway and he rests against the wall as he takes the day in and realizes that everything is over.

But everything is far from over.

As Jack turns the corner of the alleyway he's hit in the head and he crashes to the ground in a semi-conscious state. A big black SUV pulls up and a woman gets out and helps the other man put Jack in the back seat. The SUV peels out and Jack is still hurting and in and out of consciousness. His blurry eyes look over to the right and his eyes adjust to reveal a man sitting next to him. Jack's eyes adjust to reveal a smiling President Charles Logan. Logan appears to be favoring his shoulder but he's in pretty good shape. Logan tells Jack that there's a lot he has to tell him and he needs to know that Jack won't try anything stupid after he shows him something. Then Logan tells a brief story about being the head of some energy corporation a while back and talks about Jack in Mexico five years ago and he mentions that Jack ruined his plans there. The woman driver tells Logan that they are not being followed and that nobody is exactly in a hurry to look for Jack. The woman turns around and the look on Jack's face registers as pure shock. IT'S NINA MYERS. Jack is furious and confused but Logan explains this in a way in which I still don't understand. Logan says that Jack killed "one of his girls" as she attempted to break out of CTU but that women wasn't the operative Jack knew as Nina Myers. Logan shows Jack a photo of Logan in his 30's and he's in some sort of overseas village at a house on a cliff over looking the ocean and he's with two young twin sisters who appear to be around seven or eight years old.

The season ends with Logan mentioning some sort of anti-terrorist organization and that Jack's father was among the founding members and that now that both Phillip and Graham are dead they will need another Bauer to step up and assume the duties of keeping the world safe. The show ends with Logan telling Jack how much his country needs him and the final shot is of a confused Jack unsure of what to think and unsure of what's to come.

END OF SEASON

Special Note: Internal rumors of a super secret ending to add onto the above scenes which apparently nobody really knows about which likely means it's bogus but nonetheless should be noted.


Choice # 3


Jack drops off of the helicopter (on purpose) and Buchanan knows not to go look for Jack and that if he ever wants to be found he will be.


Jack makes it to the shore and sits and looks off into the ocean. There's complete silence as Jack ponders where his life goes from here, he's at the crossroads of his life. Then out of the silence we hear a faint sound. As the sound grows closer we realize it's a helicopter. Jack looks behind him at a house on a cliff and a piercing white light focuses in on him as the helicopter descends down and lands on the beach. Jack takes out his gun and he thinks it's CTU to come and detain him but it's not. A heavily armed special forces unit pours out and they make Jack drop his gun. Jack complies and the men put a blindfold over Jack's head and take him inside the helicopter. The soldiers place Jack next to their leader who remains unseen as he's talking on a cell phone which obscures his identity. The man on the phone hangs up and we go to complete darkness as we are now watching from Jack's perspective. Then we hear the voice. I'm paraphrasing and it went something like; "I'm going to remove your blindfold Jack, but you need to understand something first. There are people within our government who want change. Two years ago I was part of that change and I payed a steep price for my patriotism... That price {Jack's blindfold is removed} ..... was my wife"... Jack's eyes adjust to reveal Tony Almeida. Jack simply replies with "Tony" as the look on his face registers as pure shock. We are left to believe that Chris Henderson recruited Tony well before day 5 and that Tony's alleged death was nothing more than an elaborate hoax so that he could continue whatever work Henderson's group has plans for. I guess we're supposed to believe that Tony is recruiting Jack and this will lead us into the drastic season 7 change.


END OF SEASON

Special Note: Internal rumors of a super secret ending to add onto the above scenes which apparently nobody really knows about which likely means it's bogus but nonetheless should be noted

Ray G.
05-20-2007, 06:00 AM
Clearly #3.

artimoff
05-20-2007, 06:17 AM
or done of them.

ThisSpaceForRent
05-20-2007, 06:29 AM
#4. Fox blows up CTU, gets rid of the entire shitty cast and starts season 7 with JUST Jack Bauer being the only known character. Then just do Season 1 again, since that was the last time the show didn't go to utter shit by the end of the 'day'.

MIKE D
05-20-2007, 06:49 AM
Clearly #3.

Yes, clearly 3, and also clearly, this is my last season of this show.

JackBauer
05-20-2007, 06:51 AM
Yes, clearly 3, and also clearly, this is my last season of this show.

Why? :(
Don't let Jack alone in such an interesting new direction.

MIKE D
05-20-2007, 06:53 AM
Why? :(

Because of the three options to cap off a boring, lackluster season, the first one is equally boring and lackluster, and the other two are pretty much shark jumpers. I loved this show, but it's run out of steam as a series. They should pull the plug and concentrate on big budget Jack Bauer action films.

JackBauer
05-20-2007, 06:55 AM
Because of the three options to cap off a boring, lackluster season, the first one is equally boring and lackluster, and the other two are pretty much shark jumpers. I loved this show, but it's run out of steam as a series. They should pull the plug and concentrate on big budget Jack Bauer action films.

Wasn't 24 always about shark jumpers? :)
I hope they bring back Nina, I loved the interaction beween her and Jack in season 1-3.

MIKE D
05-20-2007, 06:58 AM
Wasn't 24 always about shark jumpers? :)
I hope they bring back Nina, I loved the interaction beween her and Jack in season 1-3.

True, but this ending scenario is like a shark jumping over Fonzie jumping over a shark. It's extra sharky, and comes at a bad time for this series.

Jerome Gibbons
05-20-2007, 09:16 AM
Holy shit, those last two sound super retarded.

jfp2004
05-20-2007, 11:51 AM
Whatever happens, I really hope it's not number 2. What the hell? Nina was some sort of evil identical twin?
:no:

Matt O'Keefe
05-20-2007, 12:21 PM
I'm going to take a guess without looking...... Jack Bauer saves the day:roll: