24: Season 1, Episode 10

9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. (5 Feb. 2002)

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Jack is on the run after escaping custody and rushes to intercept Ted Cofell before he leaves the city. Nina receives a phone call from Teri and tries to trace the call. Palmer still wants to go ahead with the press conference despite objections. Alberta Green temporarily takes over as Director of CTU.

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Jack is on the run after escaping custody. Nina receives a phone call from Teri and tries to trace the call. Palmer still wants to go ahead with the press conference despite objections. Alberta Green temporarily takes over as Director of CTU. Written by Derfel85

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Jack's recap monologue is now different: "There are terrorists planning to assassinate a presidential candidate, my wife and daughter have been kidnapped, and the people that I work with may be involved in both. I'm Federal Agent Jack Bauer. This is the longest day of my life." [The closed captioning still showed his old monologue, however.] See more »

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When Jack hits the fire alarm at Ted Cofell's office building, a minute later he passes a group of people waiting to take the elevator in the same building. Also, the fire alarm can no longer be heard. See more »

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[after Teri and Kim are discovered using Eli's phone]
Eli: Who did you call? Who is this?
Jack Bauer: [On the phone] I'm the last thing you will ever see if anything happens to my wife or my daughter.
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Run, Jack, run!
17 December 2007 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Day 1, 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. : Having escaped federal custody, Jack follows a new lead that might allow him to find his missing wife and daughter. Back at CTU, Tony and Nina have to deal with the tragic death of Jamey Farrell, the woman who supposedly helped the conspirators organize the attempt on David Palmer's life, and the presence of Alberta Green (Tamara Tunie), who has been sent by Division to run the agency for the rest of the day and apprehend Bauer as soon as possible. As for Palmer, things don't seem to be improving, as Sherry makes a phone call to Carl Webb (Zach Grenier) and asks him to solve the family problem.

The tenth episode of Season 1 is one of the darkest, mostly at the start (CTU's attempt to save Jamey's life) and in the middle (Sherry and Carl having one of the show's trademark conspiratorial conversations), though neither scene gets close to the sheer pain inflicted by the off-screen rape of Teri Bauer in the previous hour. Less is more, someone once said, though that doesn't detract from 24's explicit moments of plotting and killing.

On the other hand, this show also continues the "Jack gone rogue storyline" that began in Ep. 9, giving Kiefer Sutherland plenty of opportunities to bring his character to new, edgier levels. The final shot, where he does his best Arnold Schwarzenegger impression (imagine the Terminator poster with Sutherland instead of Arnie and you've got it), is probably the coolest (visually speaking) moment of the season.


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