24 (2001–2010)
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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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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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The actor Tobin Bell (Peter Kingsley) has actually played a Bauer once. He was Perry Bauer on La Femme Nikita (1997) (#1.06). 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 conspiracy deepens
1 July 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Five episodes left, and still no sign of an easy solution to the many problems the main characters of the show are facing. Hell, the previous show ended with Jack Bauer flat-lining while he was being tortured. How's that for unexpected complications?

Predictably, the torturers try to revive Jack. Naturally, he manages to escape and continue his pursuit of the proof President Palmer needs to stop an unjustified war. First, though, he needs to get the memory chip some random people stole from Kate, and he better act quickly, since Palmer is beginning to sense something is wrong and Prescott is doing everything in his power, including locking up Presidential aide Lynne Kresge (Michelle Forbes), to prevent the President from finding out about the conspiracy ahead of time. Things don't go too well at CTU either, with Division chief Ryan Chappelle (Paul Schulze) making an unwelcome return and doing all kinds of things to be perceived as a pain in the ass.

Every season of 24 appears to follow a set structure: Jack is informed of a new threat; threat is avoided; those behind the menace are pursued; some unexpected truth is revealed, and Jack has only a few hours to convince his superiors his way is the right way. As of Episode 20, we have reached that last stage in Season 2: Jack knows American businessmen organized the creation of the Cyprus recording (and the audience knows that as well), and now all that stands between him and avoiding an unnecessary conflict is... well, everything, basically. Man, they just won't leave him alone, will they?


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