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Day 2: 3:00 a.m.-4:00 a.m. 

Jack tries to escape from the Kingsley's men after being tortured. Lynn Kresge tries to warn President Palmer about VP Prescott. Regional Director Ryan Chappelle returns to CTU and exerts his authority. Kate tries to retrieve the stolen computer chip. President Palmer begins to suspect something is wrong when Prescott won't return his phone calls.

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Kate Warner
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Tony Almeida
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President David Palmer
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Michelle Dessler
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Peter Kingsley
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Carrie Turner
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Mike Novick
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Lynne Kresge
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Yusuf Auda
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Vice President Jim Prescott
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Marcus
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Ronnie Stark
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Rouse
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Cole
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Jack tries to escape from Kingsley men. Lynn Kresge tries to warn the President about the conspiracy. Regional Director Chappelle return to CTU. Kate buys herself more time to get the computer chip back from her assailants. President Palmer becomes suspicious when VP Prescott won't return his phone calls. Written by Derfel85

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22 April 2003 (USA)  »

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Eugene Robert Glazer co-starred in La Femme Nikita (1997), another series created by Joel Surnow and Robert Cochran. Tobin Bell also played a recurring role on that series. See more »

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If Lynne set off the smoke alarm, wouldn't the building have to be evacuated? See more »

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The U.S.S. Palmer takes in water
21 April 2017 | by See all my reviews

Most of the real excitement (and unease) in this episode resides in its first half, with Jack being frantically resuscitated and - eventually - making good his escape. It's kind of a bittersweet situation because you want the man to get some decent payback. But the plot must go on and we'll have to make do with mercy killings.

It doesn't live up to the viciousness or the impact of the prior episode . . . but then again, that's probably asking too much. Jack's ordeal is restricted to incremental scenes while most of the dread lies in Palmer's own administration (and the brewing coup inside the government).

It's a fine episode in its own right, and we really came her to see Jack use one of his nine lives and put down some bad guys.

Mission accomplished.

8/10


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