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Day 3: 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. 

Jack and Tony clash as they wait for the time of hostage exchange with Saunders. Senator Keeler confronts President Palmer about the Milliken cover-up while Wayne initiates a secret operation against Sherry.

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Jack and Tony clash as they wait for the time of hostage exchange with Saunders. Senator Keeler confronts President Palmer about the Milliken cover-up while Wayne initiates a secret operation against Sherry.

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Kiefer Sutherland filmed this episode with a broken toe. See more »

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Adam directs Jack to the intersection of Hill & Vine to intercept Tony - Hill and Vine run parallel in L.A. See more »

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The final showdown is a-coming
10 September 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Only three hours left: three hours of suspense, tragedy and endless scheming. That's the beauty of 24.

Picking up from the closing minutes of the last hour, Episode 22 sees Jack, Chloe and Adam working together to locate Tony, who's about to give up Jane Saunders in exchange for his wife. Meantime, Senator Keeler confronts David Palmer with the evidence supplied by Sherry regarding the Alan Milliken cover-up, and Wayne Palmer initiates a covert operation to silence his former sister-in-law for good.

As well as bringing the season's main plot thread - the virus - towards its conclusion, this episode also elevates the status of the Keeler character, who was basically an extra in the first hours of Day 3 and has now become an important player in determining the outcome of the show's politics storyline. His part isn't big enough to justify a regular cast promotion (he's also too sleazy for that to happen), but his brief presence is every bit as valuable as Kiefer Sutherland's series-long commitment, especially since the end of the season is right behind the corner.


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