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Day 2: 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. 

Jack and Nina try to get more information out of her contact on the way back to LA. Tony learns of Bob Warner's status as a CIA contractor. Stanton expresses concerns about Sherry's presence as she tries to make a deal with a detained reporter.



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Jack and Nina try to get more info about the bomb from her Visalia contact on the way back to LA. Tony learns of Bob Warner's status as a CIA contractor. Stanton expresses his concerns about Sherry's presence while Sherry tries to make a deal with the detained reporter. Written by Derfel85

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17 December 2002 (USA)  »

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Murder, betrayal and secret identities
17 March 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Poor Kimberly Bauer. No matter what she does, there is no way she will ever get any peace: multiple kidnappings, dead mother, abusive employer... you name it, she's been through it. Nothing, however, seemed to indicate she would be charged with murder one day.

4.00 p.m.: Kim and her boyfriend Miguel are pulled over for speeding (they're trying to leave L.A. after she was told of the bomb by her father). Trouble is about to start over the fact that they're using someone else's car (the rightful owner is the aforementioned violent employer), and things get worse when a corpse is discovered in the trunk: apparently, the abusive guy killed his wife, but since no one can prove it, Kim and Miguel are arrested and taken back to Los Angeles. On top of that, no help can be expected from Jack, as he's still on a plane trying to get more data from Nina's contact. The situation isn't much better at CTU, where Bob Warner surprises Tony by revealing he is a consultant for the CIA. Also surprising is Sherry Palmer's sudden will to help the President with the problem of a detained reporter who could expose the nuclear threat to the public, and Stanton expresses his concern about her involvement, though not before the reporter is out of custody talking on national television...

Once again, trust becomes a key issue in the series, as does the fact that some people may not be who they seem: a businessman might work for the government, and a loving woman might be plotting against her ex-husband (okay, so that one isn't much of a shock). And, judging from the final minutes of the show, there could be dirtier secrets than imagined behind the rogue bomb - the suspense increases every passing minute.

Tick, tock, tick, tock...

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