24 (2001–2010)
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Day 2: 12:00 a.m.-1:00 a.m. 

Jack and Kate leave CTU to meet with the lone surviving member of the Coral Snake Commandos who says he has evidence that the tape is fake. President Palmer wants to wait and see what Jack finds out before launching a retaliatory strike.

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Jack and Kate leave CTU to meet with the lone surviving member of the Coral Snake Commandos who says he has evidence that the tape is fake. President Palmer wants to wait and see what Jack finds out before launching a retaliatory strike.

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In the previous episode and in the "previously on" scenes from this episode, it is shown that Tony sprains his right ankle after being punched by Jack. However we now see Tony on crutches and his left ankle is the one hurt and in a walking boot. See more »

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Enter the Vice President
22 June 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

The last batch pf 24 - Day 2 begins now, the last eight episodes of the season being devoted to figuring out who came up with the whole nuclear bomb conspiracy. Needless to say, no one will rest until the mess has been cleared up.

Beginning-wise, it couldn't get better: Jack had to knock Tony unconscious so he could smuggle Kate Warner out of CTU. Why? He received a phone call from a Coral Snake member who needs Kate to leave the country. In return, he will give Jack a chip that proves the infamous Cyprus recording is a forgery. Because of this, President Palmer is postponing the retaliatory strike in the Middle East as much as he can, a decision that doesn't sit that well with the Vice President, the conservative Jim Prescott (Alan Dale).

While the episode is, as usual, dominated by the thriller part (even in the Kim section, as she gets caught up in a convenience store robbery), some juicy personal stuff is thrown in as well, Jack's rogue actions putting a strain on whatever is shaping up between Tony and Michelle. Of course, any regular romance would have been boring, right?

And once again 24 confirms its talent in picking recurring guest stars: a well-known face on American television (The O.C. and Ugly Betty most notably), Dale, though always cast as a manipulative politician or businessman, gets past the stereotype stage and portrays Prescott as a flesh-and-blood character (having starred for years in an Australian soap opera probably helps him avoid the wrong kind of acting). Bravo.


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