RUSH: Ladies and gentlemen, as a powerful, influential member of the media, I, of course, have access to things that other people do not, and I recently received the first four episodes of the new season, season seven, of ’24,’ which premieres on Sunday, two hours on Sunday, two hours on Monday, a total of four hours. I watched these four episodes. Everybody thought last season kinda slacked off a little bit, and then we had the writer strike, so we went a whole year, a whole TV season without ’24.’ It’s back, and I have to tell you, it is stupendous, it is so good. I’ll just tell you how it opens. It opens with a bunch of pontificating, pompous buffoons of a Senate committee interrogating Jack Bauer, trying to put him in jail for torture, and then all hell breaks loose, and that’s as far as I’m going to go. But it is just tremendous. Some of you who thought that ’24’ kinda lost its focus and direction in the last season, you will say ’24’ is back. And, by the way, there is no CTU. There is a new Chloe, even though Chloe is still in this one. There’s two Chloes. But it opens in Washington. Most of the first action takes place in Washington, not in California. It’s well, well worth your time. I also received, as a special bonus, a Jack Bauer action figure doll in a jail breaking out or some sort of a wire enclosure. I’m going to send it to one of my nieces or nephews and let them tear it up in ten minutes, but, anyway, it’s well worth your time.