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Day 2: 8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m. 

Retired federal agent Jack Bauer is pulled back into field work after CTU learns of an impending nuclear attack in Los Angeles, while Kim's new job as a nanny takes an unexpected turn for the worse.

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Retired federal agent Jack Bauer is pulled back into field work after CTU learns of an impending nuclear attack in Los Angeles, while Kim's new job as a nanny takes an unexpected turn for the worse.

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29 October 2002 (USA)  »

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Fox executives predicted that the "Hacksaw" line would be removed from the final cut. It obviously stayed, and became one of the series' most memorable quotes. See more »

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When Jack gets out of the car at the auto shop with his "tool bag", the camera drifts down and revels a square, tattered hole in his Levis. On the long shot showing him walking up to the door and into the shop, the hole is magically missing. See more »

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Jack Bauer: I'm gonna need a hacksaw.
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Another awful(ly gripping) day
21 April 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well they sure didn't waste any time unloading a new threat on the U.S.; this premiere opens with just that very discovery, carrying with it a somber tone as the Palmer administration works to sort out the specifics. But in general, this is a more muscular show, boasting improved sets, characters who have their own defined spaces and a story that feels very appropriate for a post-9/11 America. And its hero, still reeling from his wife's murder, doesn't want any part of it. But, true to this newly-established formula, there's no getting out of this. After being dragged back in to CTU, Jack Bauer is freshly-shaven, steely-nerved and ready to go.

And things are about to get dark.

8/10


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