24: Season 1, Episode 11

10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. (12 Feb. 2002)

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Sherry Palmer (as Penny Johnson Jerald)


Jack takes Ted Cofell hostage after finding his name on the key-card and tries to get whatever info he has about the conspiracy which only amounts to the name of another conspirator, a one Kevin Carroll. Palmer starts to piece together his connection to Jack. Gaines receives orders to kill Teri and Kim from his boss Andre Drazen. Written by Derfel85

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The subtitles for the DVD package of season one are mismatched at certain points of this episode. For example, when Palmer gets Carl on the phone before meeting with him in person, he says Carl's name before broaching the subject. However, the subtitle reads "Paul" instead of "Carl." See more »


Coffell is sitting on the passenger side of the car, (with the door on his right,) but when Jack looks at him in the mirror he is sitting on the driver's side of the car (with the door on his left) this is not how his image would appear in a mirror. See more »


Second Grader: Is it true you played basketball?
Senator David Palmer: Sure did. Georgetown.
Second Grader: My daddy says Georgetown sucks.
Senator David Palmer: I think I need to have a little talk with your daddy.
Second Grader: He also says there will never be a black president in this country, ever.
Senator David Palmer: Would you give your daddy a message for me? Tell him I understand where he's coming from, but he's wrong. And I'm gonna prove it.
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Power Has a Price to Be Paid
27 October 2007 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

On the day of the California Presidential Primary, between 10:00 AM and 11:00 AM, Jack kidnaps Ted Cofell following a lead through an e-mail to Jamey and tries to break his control using information about his profile provided by Nina. They go to a parking area where Ted is supposed to meet Kevin Carroll, Ted speaks in Serbian, has a heart problem and dies. Jack concludes that the situation is not only about David Palmer, but about himself, and he asks Nina to investigate his classified assignment to Belgrade and Kosovo in a mission called Operation Nightfall. Meanwhile, Andre Drazen meets Ira Gaines and gives thirty minutes to find Jack Bauer. Rick gives a gun to Teri, and when Eli comes to the warehouse to kill them, she shoots him twice. David meets Carl to discuss about George Farrigano, and Carl tells that power has a price to be paid. When David says that Carl does not work for him anymore, Carl tells that they have worked for powerful people that have invested lots of money on David. Jack ties Kevin, hits him and he agrees to take Jack to his family.

In the eleventh episode of "24", the naive David Palmer, who probably has never read "The Prince", finally finds that power has a price to be paid. How could a man like David be a senator and candidate to president without the support of groups with strong economical and political interests? Jack finally is able to capture one terrorist alive and apparently he is driving to his family that is in a critical situation after the death of Eli. The loyalty of Nina to Jack Bauer is very special in an agency that does not need external enemies to implode. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "10:00"

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