24 (2001–2010)
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Day 3: 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. 

Jack and Chase corner Saunders' henchman Arthur Rabens in an active public school. Tony faces losing command of CTU and treason charges for saving Michelle. An emotionally broken President ... See full summary »

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Kim Bauer
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Tony Almeida
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Michelle Dessler
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Chase Edmunds
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President David Palmer
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Stephen Saunders
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Wayne Palmer (as DB Woodside)
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Chloe O'Brian
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Adam Kaufman
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Brad Hammond
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Aaron Pierce
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Theresa Ortega (as Kamala Lopez-Dawson)
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Joseph O'Laughlin
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Arthur Rabens
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Jack and Chase corner Saunders' henchman Arthur Rabens in an active public school. Tony faces losing command of CTU and treason charges for saving Michelle. An emotionally broken President Palmer decides to drop out of the race for reelection. Written by Derfel85

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25 May 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The finale was followed by the final webcast of 24Inside for the season, featuring special guests D.B. Woodside ("Wayne Palmer") and writer/producer Stephen Kronish. See more »

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It is unlikely that a middle school would be open on a day when the President issued a Code Red. See more »

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A fitting end
10 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

As grand a villain as they've made Steven Saunders, the finale takes a hard turn and sweeps him away pretty early on. It's all about chasing down that last courier with the virus in Los Angeles. And even though Kiefer Sutherland carries a great deal of this, the writers give James Badge Dale an opportunity to bring his A-game, both during a brutal fight scene a and defusing a bomb. I didn't like Chase Edmunds when this was originally broadcast, but Dale gets credit for really putting in the effort.

But in the end, it's Jack that shoulders the tremendous burden of today; what he's had to do in Mexico, endangering Jane Saunders, maiming his own partner . . . and still being called back into service to clean up the mess.

It's a fantastic scene, and Kiefer acts his heart out.

9/10


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