Jack poses as Alexis Drazen and goes to meet a contact who has vital information. However, a CTU agent with a grudge against Jack might risk the success of the mission. Dr. Parslow takes Teri back to the Bauer house.

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On the day of the California Presidential Primary, between 5:00 PM and 6:00 PM, Alexis receives a phone call and Jack discovers that the criminal has scheduled a payoff in twenty minutes. Jack poses as Alexis, but his backup is Teddy Hanlin, the former partner of one corrupt agent that Jack sent to prison that has a deep resentment against Jack and jeopardizes the mission. Mason hides from Jack that his family is missing. Teri still has amnesia caused by the deep emotional trauma, and Dr. Phil Parslow drives her home under her request. Kim is trapped in Rick's house by Dan's brother Frank. David Palmer tests his wife with a fake tape in the safe and decides to call the press for a conference. Agent Williams, who is protecting the Bauer's house, is murdered by a terrorist while Dr. Parslow and Teri are arriving. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Rick tells Kimberly that she can catch a taxi at Fourth. The closed captioning reads Forest. Additionally, the person that Jack meets with mentions something that's going to happen at 7:20. The closed captioning reads 7:30, as does the synopsis at FOX's official website. See more »

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Jeopardizing the Mission
28 October 2007 | by (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil) – See all my reviews

On the day of the California Presidential Primary, between 5:00 PM and 6:00 PM, Alexis receives a phone call and Jack discovers that the criminal has scheduled a payoff in twenty minutes. Jack poses as Alexis, but his backup is Teddy Hanlin, the former partner of one corrupt agent that Jack sent to prison that has a deep resentment against Jack and jeopardizes the mission. Mason hides from Jack that his family is missing. Teri still has amnesia caused by the deep emotional trauma, and Dr. Phil Parslow drives her home under her request. Kim is trapped in Rick's house by Dan's brother Frank. David Palmer tests his wife with a fake tape in the safe and decides to call the press for a conference. Agent Williams, who is protecting the Bauer's house, is murdered by a terrorist while Dr. Parslow and Teri are arriving.

In the seventeenth episode of "24", the consequence of the stupid attitude of Kim endangers her integrity again. I do not understand how CTY may properly work in an environment of envy, treachery, competition, grudge and corruption. I am anxious to see Jack's reaction when he becomes aware about the events in the safe-house. The character of Senator David Palmer is magnificent, showing uncommon honesty and personality. My vote is eight.

Title (Brazil): "17:00"


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