24 (2001–2010)
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Day 2: 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. 

Jack and Sherry head to LA Coliseum to meet Peter Kingsley. Upon hearing evidence via the live audio feed, President Prescott aborts the air strike. David Palmer is reinstated as President, and speaks to the nation about the nuclear bomb.

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Jack and Sherry head to LA Coliseum to meet Peter Kingsley. Upon hearing evidence via the live audio feed, President Prescott aborts the air strike. David Palmer is reinstated as President, and speaks to the nation about the nuclear bomb.

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Trivia

As an April Fool's joke on the crew, producer/director Jon Cassar revealed this fake ending to this episode. Palmer's press conference ends and he goes down to his limo. He gets in successfully and rides off. After a while, we find out that someone is sitting next to him. That someone is Nina Myers. We realize that Palmer was in on the whole thing. We then shift to a scene in the desert. We close in on a parachute, then pan over to reveal George Mason, who jumped out of the plane before the bomb exploded. The end. See more »

Goofs

At the end of the episode during David Palmer's speech many camerman are visible, being part of the TV crews of the scene. However, one of them can be seen holding a camera with a film magazine attached to it, which was used to shoot closeups of the president. See more »

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Ryan Chappelle: You damn near put me in a coma! That's assault!
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References Saving Private Ryan (1998) See more »

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24 Theme
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Written by Sean Callery
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Why the f#ck some people are voting this episode with 1?? This is going beyond me!
2 November 2013 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

This episode is excellent and is one of the best and most remembered season finale 24 has ever had. But there is a problem. This episode had a weighed mark (9,1 or 9,2 if I don't fail to remember it) but when I made my comeback here, I found myself into the madness and anger when I saw that this one had a SO UNDERRATED AND UNAPPRECIATED MARK OF 8,3!!! WTF??? I understand that some people could not love or like this show. I understand it and all my respect to that people. But when I saw that this thing on every masterful episode of the show (S1 - 12 & 24, S2 - 15, S3 - 18, S4 - 24, S5 - 1-12-24, S6 - 4...) I realized that some group of people or someone with several accounts is making bad and injury to the ratings of this show. I'm not going to believe that episodes that are considered the best of the best and at this time in 2013 were sill being loved to all the viewers are now at so low points even in comparison with other transitional or even weaker ones that have their mark.

Please, a note in a movie or episode or anything could guide people to watch it or not or even to voting it positively or negatively. But, please, don't manipulate people and not to vote 1 just to see a legendary episode fallen.

The only thing you will make is to force people not to trust in web pages like this and to stop having it in consideration to vote a show. And this could be so sad...


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