24: Season 2, Episode 23

Day 2: 6:00 a.m.-7:00 a.m. (13 May 2003)

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Jack has Sherry contact Peter Kingsley who turns out to be the mastermind behind the tape. Mike Novick realizes that he has made a huge error in judgment in supporting Prescott. Deputy ... See full summary »

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Jack has Sherry contact Peter Kingsley who turns out to be the mastermind behind the tape. Mike Novick realizes that he has made a huge error in judgment in supporting Prescott. Deputy Regional Director Brad Hammond places Tony and Michelle under arrest. Written by Derfel85

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Vicellous Reon Shannon was supposed to appear in the episode, but he was cut from the final print. The deleted scene is available to view on the Season 2 DVD set. See more »

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One of David Palmer's staffers 'mistakenly' refers to him as 'Mr. President' after he is removed by the Cabinet. In actual fact, all Presidents continue to be referred to by this title even after they leave office. See more »

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It's almost over...
9 July 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

24 is smart, dense and detailed, possibly more than any other TV show ever made. Proof? This is the penultimate episode of Day 2, and there's so much going on it could end in a million different ways.

Having ascertained Kingsley's involvement in the creation of the Cyprus tape, Jack decides to bring in Alex Hewitt and Sherry Palmer for questioning. Unfortunately Alex freaks out, runs away and is killed before he can provide any useful information. Meanwhile, back at CTU, Tony and Michelle are placed under arrest for what they did to Ryan Chappelle, while at the same time Mike Novick realizes he might have made the wrong decision supporting Jim Prescott on the war issue.

Everyone betrays everyone, allegiances shift within minutes, and the only person one can trust to always do the right thing is Jack. Even now, despite the fact he flat-lined a few hours earlier, there's no stopping him, and there's no stopping the show either: the end is near, but the season still keeps running at an enviable pace, ensuring every possible resource is employed to give the audience the well deserved thrills they have asked for. And there's only one hour left after this

  • anything can, and probably will, happen.



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