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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20 May 2003 (USA)  »

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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 »

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Approximately 12 minutes in, the mesh under Bob Warner's facial hair is visible on the close-ups. See more »

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Michelle Dessler: The new shift is here, they've been brought up to speed. I was thinking I would get my brother and go home.
Tony Almeida: There's a handful of people that made a big diference here today, and you're one of them, you made some tough choices and went against me and I wanted to let you know, you were right.
Michelle Dessler: Thanks.
Tony Almeida: [as she turns around to leave] So, go home and get some rest. I'll see you tomorrow.
Michelle Dessler: [Smilies and nods]
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References Saving Private Ryan (1998) See more »

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24 Theme
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A good ending
22 September 2006 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

The ending of this season is satisfying. It delivers on everything. Some closure to several plot lines. Good drama, great action and a superb cliffhanger. But there is no mention of Nina Meyers. They didn't show us what they did with her. I guess we have to assume she is released. This episode does a good job to lure you for the next season. The craving for 24 gets bigger and bigger. in this episode they manage to surprise you again and again. I did miss a conversation between Palmer and Jack Bauer at the end. And there was no confrontation between Sherry Palmer and Palmer. But maybe they were too far apart for Palmer to reach them, but it would have been nice to see Jack and Palmer hugging each other to mark their special friendship! What can i say more. Great ending to great season! For people who didn't get the hype. Go watch 24 and you will understand! "I'll give you my word"


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