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Day 3: 11:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m. 

Jack and Nina prepare to meet with Amador, the man selling the virus; CTU organizes an ambush. Ramon and Hector have a falling out. President Palmer asks his ex wife Sherry to help with the Milliken situation.

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Jack and Nina prepare to meet with Amador, the man selling the virus; CTU organizes an ambush. Ramon and Hector have a falling out. President Palmer asks his ex wife Sherry to help with the Milliken situation.

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During the conference room scene where Kim finds out Nina is involved, the alias shown on the screen for Nina is "Sarah Berkeley." This is the actresses real name. She's credited as Sarah Clarke, but she's married to Xander Berkeley, the man who played George Mason in 24 seasons one and two. See more »

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Sherry's back
19 August 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

As the third season gets closer to the closure of its first half, another beloved character is brought back to spice up the conspiracy story lines.

The character in question is Sherry Palmer (Penny Johnson Jerald), the President's ex-wife. Despite her attempt to sabotage his administration in the previous season, she is still the best when it comes to political manipulation and extortion, which is why the Commander in Chief asks for her help to bring the Milliken situation to its end. A rather different scheme is concocted in Mexico, where Jack, Nina and the Salazars prepare to meet with Amador while Chase, having escaped relatively unharmed, establishes contact with the CTU and sets up an ambush near the location of the virus deal.

Much like Nina, Sherry is a crucial part of the first three seasons of 24: they're both volatile and extremely unreliable, which is what makes them a pleasure to watch. Sherry, in particular, is always a welcome presence thanks to her plotting expertise and sharp mouth. Unlike Nina, though, she can't really be branded as a "villain", at least not using the standard definition. She's a much more complex individual, and, for that very reason, one of the series' best characters, adding gallons of ambiguity to an already suspenseful tale.


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