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

Jack, Kate, and Yousef try to get Wallace to a hospital after he gets shot by unknown assailants. President Palmer tries to deal with civil unrest as Muslim communities across the country are targeted.

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Jack, Kate, and Yousef try to get Wallace to a hospital after he gets shot by unknown assailants. President Palmer tries to deal with civil unrest as Muslim communities across the country are targeted.

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At the gunfight in the middle of the episode a cameraman is visible behind Jack Bauer. See more »

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Nurse: [Jack Bauer barges into room, trying to get Wallace medical attention] Sir, I will call the police!
Jack Bauer: [points his gun at her] Lady, I *am* the police! Now open this door!
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Tick, tock...
22 June 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Day 2, Hour 18 (1.00 a.m. - 2.00 a.m.): following the warehouse shootout, Jack, Kate and agent Yusuf Auda take the wounded Coral Snake Command member Wallace to the hospital and try to keep him alive in order to stop an unjustified war. Preventing the conflict, however, may be harder than expected, considering anti-Arab riots are ensuing in Georgia and most probably expanding to other states, leaving Palmer in an increasingly deteriorating situation.

The end is near, and still no sign of the show slowing down: the real-time format is by itself a natural pulse-quickener, and with its decision not to reveal too much when there are still six episodes to go (most other serials would have told pretty much everything by now, saving just one really big shocker for the final hour) 24 stays ahead of all mainstream dramas of the 21st century (well, maybe not Lost).

The pace is unrelenting, the secrets keep piling up and the closing cliffhanger suggests things will get quite rough in the next few hours. Way to go, Jack...


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