Jack Bauer's Unborn Son Thwarts Attempted Abortion
Los Angeles (AP) - Infanticide was given a new name today when Jack Bauer's illegitimate fetus killed an abortionist attempting to terminate the pregnancy. The fetus, sensing he was in "flank two" position, grabbed a pair of scissors from the doctor and jabbed them into his neck. The fetus killed four other hospital employees by forcing them to watch a clip of Chloe O'Brian's acting.
Bauer's ex-girlfriend, Department of Defense employee Audrey Raines, decided to terminate her pregnancy when she believed Bauer was dead for 18 months. As Grandma always used to say when tucking me into bed, "a dead child is better than an unwanted child." While he was presumed dead, Bauer hid out where he knew nobody would see him: by starring in Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo.
The cause of death for the abortionist was listed as "Fetus playing by its own rules, practicing its own vigilante brand of gestation." The fetus' willingess to fight back has inspired thousands of embryos to grow up to be just like him. In fact, a recent fertility clinic had to be closed down when it was discovered that the sperm were sneaking grenades into the donation rooms.
Before the attempted abortion, the Counter Terrorist Unit (CTU) downloaded the blueprints for the entire clinic to the fetus' cell phone, which apparently never runs out of batteries. The fetus was tipped off to the abortion attempt by former President David Palmer, who intercepted some chatter on the set of his latest Allstate Insurance commercial. CTU was especially busy that day, as every crazy relative of each employee decided to show up at the office on that exact day.
Upon hearing the news, President Charles Logan sent the fetus to the Middle East to hunt down Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi. Before making the decision, Logan consulted his closest advisors, all of whom apparently work for Al-Qaeda. It took the fetus about 45 seconds to get to Iraq, which is about the time it apparently takes to get from one side of Los Angeles to the other.
Next season, Bauer will take on his greatest challenge yet by attempting to write a plausible script for the popular FOX show "24."
Fight back, fetuses! Viva la insemination!