24: Season 1, Episode 20

7:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m. (16 Apr. 2002)

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Jack discovers a top secret detention center houses someone from his past. Tony takes Teri back to CTU as Kim finds herself in jail. Andre Drazen and his soldiers raid the detention center.

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On the day of the California Presidential Primary, between 7:00 PM and 8:00 PM, George Mason returns to interrogate Alexis while Jack decides to stay for further investigation of the location. Jack finds a secret military prison and the surprising identity of the new arrival prisoner. Meanwhile Tony brings Teri with him to CTU. David Palmer finds how ambitious Sherry is and that his marriage is over. Kim is arrested in jail in the precinct. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

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Lou Diamond Phillips made two appearances on the show, as Mark DeSalvo, the security chief where Victor Drazen is being held. Philips and star Kiefer Sutherland are known for having worked together in the two "Young Guns" films. See more »

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When taken to jail, the way Kim is handcuffed to the bench she is sitting on changes between different shots. At first her right arm is pulled over her legs to her left side and handcuffed to the bench, but when Rick is handcuffed and while they talk her right arm is on her right side and appears to be free. As the policeman is unlocking the handcuffs from the bench they are on Kim's left wrist, as she sits up they are back on her right wrist again. See more »

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Andre Drazen: [Andre makes a backup plan] We still need to cut the power.
Karris: But your brother hasn't contacted us yet.
Andre Drazen: He would've called by now... if he were alive. We should assume Alexis is dead. There may be another way, though. The substation for this sector is a half-mile from here. A few ounces of C-5 should be sufficient. To save time, we'll go in through the front.
Karris: The idea is not to attract attention.
Andre Drazen: The idea is to get my father out of prison. This is the best chance we'll ever have.
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"That's impossible!"
20 December 2007 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Over the course of 19 episodes, the first season of 24 came up with some very neat twists (the fake Alan York being the obvious front-runner). Few of those (and plot turns from later years too), however, could beat the twentieth hour's biggest revelation in sheer audacity and brilliance.

It is quite fitting that such a shocker occurs in this show, the most claustrophobic of the season: a large part of it takes place in an underground detention center. This place was found by Jack, who's now interested in uncovering the identity of the only prisoner in the facility, a mysterious man whom Andre Drazen wants to either set free or kill. Back in Los Angeles, Teri, now aware of her identity, is taken to CTU after she was attacked in her own house, Kim fails to convince the DEA she isn't a criminal, and David Palmer realizes his marriage has reached the point of no return.

Given events take place late in the evening, the outside darkness adds to the tense mood, which is increased by the slow disruption of Palmer's affections for his wife: with Haysbert quietly solemn and Johnson furiously determined, their discussion on allegiance and honesty comes close to stealing the limelight from Jack's misadventures; fortunately, that doesn't happen, thanks to Sutherland's sweaty intensity, the startling revelation of the prisoner's identity and a cliffhanger ending ("They're coming.") that's as hair-raising as they come.


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