President Logan did something very interesting last night. He stuck with his decision to trade-off the lives of the Sukarovs for hundreds of thousands of Americans even though his wife was now part of the sacrifice. I'm not saying he had made the right decision in the first place, however at least he was consistent in his evaluation of the circumstance even though there was a personal cost. If he thought the decision was a sound one before, it should still be a sound one when his wife is in jeopardy.
In the previews for next week Martha Logan is whining that her husband was going to let her die in the attack. He's the president with many lives at stake. Did she really think he should change his mind because of her? Nothing says "I love you" quite like 100,000 dead Americans to save one woman.
And what is the deal with the directors of CTU? Last season and this they have personal meltdowns on the day of the crisis. Seems someone should screen these bureaucrats better.