On the day of the California Presidential Primary, between 6:00 AM and 7:00 AM, David Palmer decides to tell the family side of the story to the press, explaining that it was actually an accident, and he tries to convince Sherry and Keith to support him. However, Sherry suggests David to find some dirty in the past of Maureen and blackmail her to bury the truth and preserve their family. Kim gets out from Kevin, dominates him and calls Jamey asking for help. However, the agents do not arrive but Gaines's men instead. Meanwhile Gaines forces Jack Bauer to switch the key card. When Milo notes the replacement of card, he tells Nina and she presses Jack; he points his gun and forces Nina to leave CTU with him. Rick helps Kim to escape, but when she sees that her mother was also abducted, she decides to return to her imprisonment. Gaines orders Jack to shoot Nina. Tony retrieves the images in Jack's office and does not understand why he dressed Nina with a bulletproof vest. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Did You Know?
Not only does Ira Gaines have remote access to his contact's computer inside the CTU, but apparently several "24" staff members as well: Michael Loceff
- writer, Virgil Williams
- writer, Nicole Burke
- Second assistant director, Todd Wasserman
- Production Assistant, Tony Pacheco
- Production Accountant, Jason Savage
- Assistant Location Manager. Also, none of the IP addresses actually exist. In every listing at least one octet is greater than 255 (IP octets range from 0-255). This ensures people looking for trivia don't actually try to remotely connect to existing IPs. See more
The sun is just rising above the horizon in the beginning of the episode. However when Jack stops at the traffic lights all shadows show the sun standing high in the sky, revealing that the episode was filmed in broad daylight and that the dark look has been accomplished by post processing. See more
If Alan York is dead, who is the man with my wife?
He's not an accountant from the valley, that's for sure.
Written by Sean Callery See more