Wednesday, February 15, 2006
New Yorker Acknowledges Jack Bauer Phenomenon
Once the wittiest, most literate weekly in the history of publishing, the New Yorker is now merely Vanity Fair with words. However, it's still worth noting when it give a bit of space to a red-state cultural phenomenon like 24. Nancy Franklin's review is only mildly condescending and at least makes some effort to display the panache that once characterized the magazine. Fellow Jack Bauer disciples will want to check it out.