24: Season 2, Episode 7

Day 2: 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. (10 Dec. 2002)

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Jack boards a plane with Nina Meyers and several FBI agents because they have to meet a contact in Visalia,California who has info on the bomb's location. Nina tries to escape after meeting... See full summary »

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Jack boards a plane with Nina Meyers and several FBI agents because they have to meet a contact in Visalia,California who has info on the bomb's location. Nina tries to escape after meeting the contact. President Palmer and Mike Novick try to ascertain NSA Director Stanton's loyalty. Mason tries to make contact with his estranged son. Tony takes Bob Warner and Reza to CTU for further questioning. Written by Derfel85

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President Palmer says he "invok[ed] executive privilege" to bring Sherry in, but executive privilege is a legal doctrine that allows the President and some high-level executive branch officers to refuse to divulge some information related to executive functions. It does not grant the President or anyone else any other authority. See more »

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George Mason: [To his son, John Mason] I hope I didn't mess you up too bad.
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"I'm dying, John"
17 March 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

George Mason: huge pain in the ass. That's how people would describe him in Season One, at least. In this episode, he becomes George Mason: warm, sympathetic human being. And for some twisted reason, the transformation works.

The change of attitude is linked to George's attempt to reconnect with his estranged son, John, before he dies. In the meantime, he still has to coordinate Tony's joint interrogation of Reza (Phillip Rhys) and Bob Warner (John Terry), both of whom have now been taken to CTU for further questioning. Elsewhere, David Palmer and his Chief of Staff Mike Novick (Jude Ciccolella) have reason to doubt Roger Stanton's loyalty, and Jack Bauer finds himself working with Nina Myers, as they head to Visalia to retrieve vital information.

The suspense in this episode is exceptional, particularly in the Visalia section, with Jack and his men preparing to raid a building with Nina's help, a fact that raises the stakes since she is all but reliable. And yet, somehow all of that is overshadowed by two brief scenes featuring Mason and his son. Throughout Day 1, the main pleasure of George's presence derived from his sardonic remarks, especially those about Nina (considering Sarah Clarke and Xander Berkeley are married in real life). Over the course of seven shows of Day 2, he has evolved into a deeper character, to the point that he can break the audience's heart in the touching goodbye scene, something that would have been unheard of previously.

Oh, and for those who thought Kim Bauer couldn't get into more trouble: check out this hour's cliffhanger - contrived, but riveting nonetheless.


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