24: Season 2, Episode 5

Day 2: 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. (26 Nov. 2002)

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Mason and Jack make preparations to interrogate an old enemy who gave the terrorists access to CTU. Tony goes to the Warner household to check up on Reza's possible connection to Syed Ali.

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Mason and Jack prepare to interrogate Nina Meyers when they learn she gave Wald access to CTU. Tony goes to the Warner household to check up on Reza's possible connection to Syed Ali. President Palmer and NSA Director Stanton meet with an Middle Eastern ambassador who may support Ali and Second Wave. Written by Derfel85

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Harris Yulin is uncredited because he wanted to have his name credited alone like those in the lead cast and the producers said no. Supporting cast have to share with at least another supporting cast member. See more »

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After extracting the encryption information from an injured Paula, the paramedics begin to transfer her to the ambulance. En route, they state that she has gone into "V-Tach". They begin the process of revival, which is a standard algorithm developed by the American Heart Association. The medic states, "full-charge, 360, clear." When there is no change, he states, "charge to 300, clear." This is incorrect. Once you begin the defibrillation process, you always charge up. In his dialogue, he went down. 360 Joules is the highest charge available on all portable, manual defibrillators, so he should have stayed at 360. Since is it a standard practice, even by physicians, he would/should not have been able to deviate from it. See more »

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A slow burn episode with tremendous atmosphere and acting
18 February 2008 | by (England) – See all my reviews

Hour five of Bauer's second day of torture and nail-biting suspense is a classic. A slow paced, gripping episode of the series, it re-introduces us to a familiar threat.

Kiefer Sutherland is excellent as always, his ability to capture the gritty essence of every moment cannot be overestimated.

The script is fantastic but strangely believable, helped by the convincing performances of all involved and the polished production values.

The finale is a quiet, but extremely effective, cliffhanger.

9 out of 10.


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