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Day 3: 10:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. 

In order to get closer to the virus, Jack tries to make Nina believe he still has feelings for her. Wayne tries to gain the trust of Julia Milliken when Alan Milliken starts making demands.... See full summary »

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In order to get closer to the virus, Jack tries to make Nina believe he still has feelings for her. Wayne tries to gain the trust of Julia Milliken when Alan Milliken starts making demands. Chase convinces Salazar's girlfriend to help him escape. Written by Derfel85

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Towards the end of the episode when Nina's passport is flashed onto the screen and Kim reacts to it you can see that it shows an alias. The name on the passport is Sarah Berkeley, Sarah Clarke's married name now that she is with 24 (2001) alum Xander Berkeley. See more »

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If you freeze the frame on the scene in the CTU conference room where Gael gets the call from Hector Salazar, the mobile displays *RINGER OFF*, although it still makes an audible ring when Hector's call comes in. Also, a time and date can be seen: 7:39P Oct 30 2003. This is obviously the time when this scene was filmed. See more »

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19 August 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

As the drama thickens, more side-changing takes place and new deals are made in order to make (almost) everyone happy, on both sides of the board.

In Mexico, Jack attempts to convince Nina Myers he still has feelings for her, so that she will accept to join him and the Salazars in the acquisition of the virus. Of course, that stunt has slim chances of success, given Nina killed Jack's wife. Back at Hector's hideout, his girlfriend Claudia (Vanessa Ferlito), who has also been involved with Jack, helps Chase escape, although things get tough when her little brother inadvertently rats her out. On the political front, Wayne Plamer tries to stop Alan Milliken by going directly to the source of the problem: the whole mess originated from his having an affair with Julia Milliken (Gina Torres), Alan's wife, and he meets her at dinner hoping she can persuade her husband to back off.

These three plot strands proceed at the usual high speed, leaving little, if any, time to breathe. Most satisfying is the confrontation between Jack and Nina: he had already expressed his wish to kill her during the last season, making it very clear he would let nothing get in the way; now, for the sake of one cover, he must build another one. It's as morally complex and challenging as good prime-time dramas can get, and we're not even halfway through the season.


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