The final episode didnÂ´t disappoint. Jack running seemed pure filler, but at least, he had a very interesting conversation with Tony and now we know what this is all about. It surprise me that Alan was behind what happened in season 5, even in Palmer murderer. But when Tony finally had the opportunity that he waited for years, this was very emotional. This episode had action and little suspense but focused more on drama, since Jack was dying, Kim wanted to save her dead, Renee has a choice to make, Tony reveal why he did all and President Taylor had a very strong drama. Speaking of her, it is impossible not to feel sorry for her, her emotional material was one of the best things in this episode.
Season 1 and two ended with two deaths to make the audience want to see more, season 3 and 4 didnÂ´t do anything special, season 5 put Jack in the Chinese hands, so he make the audience wanting to see more. Season 6 ended in reflection, but this season 7 ended with continuation, Jack sick and being saved by his daughter, Renee preparing to do tortureâ€¦.
Complication Phase - Â» (10/10), Climax Phase - Â» (10/10)*, Ending - Â» (8/10), Time and Scene Management - Â» (10/10), Plot Details/Holes- Â» (10/10), Surprises/Shocks/Twists - Â» (8/10), Suspense/Tension - Â» (9/10), Drama - Â» (10/10)*2.
The last episode was predictable but did a great job in almost all scenes, in an episode focused in drama.