24: Season 2, Episode 13

Day 2: 8:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. (18 Feb. 2003)

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Jack discovers the bodies of six additional Coral Snake Commandos as a Tactical Team gets closer to the bomb's location. Division sends in Brad Hammond to look into CTU LA's situation. ... See full summary »



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Sherry Palmer (as Penny Johnson Jerald)
Steve Goodrich (as Maximilian Martini)


Jack discovers the bodies of six additional Coral Snake Commandos as a Tactical Team gets closer to the bomb's location. Division sends in Brad Hammond to look into CTU LA's situation. Stanton finally reveals that he has known about the bomb all along and allowed it be smuggled into the country. Written by Derfel85

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Dirty politics again
26 March 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Much like Day 1's assassination was a lot more, Day 2's nuclear threat seems to involve more than just Islamic extremists trying to wipe out "infidels". It might even be that these terrorists aren't the real masterminds behind the mess.

Said theory springs from a revelation the tortured Roger Stanton makes to David Palmer: the NSA knew about the bomb, in fact he was responsible for smuggling it inside the United States. Even more shocking, though, is his answer when the President demands more details: "Ask Sherry". Simultaneously, Jack and his men get closer to the bomb's location, while Kim seeks refuge in McCrae's cabin after he tells her the explosion has already taken place.

Actually, it was quite obvious Sherry had some kind of agenda when she showed up in Episode 6, but her actions in the previous series weren't cruel enough (well, at least until the last few hours) to suggest she could be one of the real villains. Sure, Stanton's team never intended for the nuke to detonate, but that doesn't justify their actions. Still, said twist is a clever build-up to the second half of Day 2: similarly to Season One, once the original threat is out of the way, it will be about time Jack starts to track down those who planned it.

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