I thought the first two episodes were a bit of a yawner, but the second set really delivered. Now that the characters have been defined, it's nice to see them develop.
Some random comments:
1. The Bill/Chloe/Tony plan reminds me a little of Walt Cummings' in Season 5. Hey, let's use the terrorists! This couldn't backfire at all! This one didn't fall apart as badly as Cummings' did (which was immediate), but they're really playing with fire.
2. The FBI techies are pretty good. I don't know what's the deal with that Sean guy. They've done disgruntled employees before, but he's different somehow. There's this extra passive-aggressive vibe he has. Janis is good too, but she seems like too much of a Chloe clone sometimes. She's still entertaining, though.
3. Everything the President does has been pretty boring so far. Her husband's plot is kinda intriguing, but there's not much stuff for the President herself. Maybe six seasons of "24" has tired me of "The President weighs an impossible choice" moments.
4. It's funny how much Jack has rubbed off on that head FBI agent, whatever her name is.
5. Who's the mole in the FBI? Well it's probably not Whatshername, who ran around with Jack. I'm doubtful that it's Janis either. The producers were really pushing Sean, who's still a possibility. I'm kinda leaning toward the director guy. Just a gut feeling, though.
Pooky is the Mole.