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Day 3: 1:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m. 

Nina releases a deadly computer virus into CTU's systems after getting captured by Jack and Chase. Sherry runs out of options and decides to directly confront Alan Milliken but things go too far. Chloe and the rest of the tech crew work overtime to combat the virus.

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When she's captured by Jack and Chase, Nina unleashes a self repeating worm in CTU's computer system that cuts off inter-agency connectivity and endangers undercover CTU operatives around the world. Sherry runs out of options and decides to break into Alan Milliken's house and steal his cell phone in order to get incriminating evidence. Written by Derfel85

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Much of the technological computer terminology tossed out during CTU's efforts to stop Nina's computer worm are simply random terms and phrases nonsensically strung together. See more »

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Jack, Chase and Nina head back to L.A. from Mexico in a C-130 Hercules aircraft. It takes approximately the same amount of time that it took to fly down on a personal jet. The Hercules is a prop driven plane and averages about one third the speed of a jet a/c and would have taken three times as long to fly the same distance, even at its top speed. See more »

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Women Are Featured In This One
21 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, here's the deal after the first few minutes. Chase and Jack are coming back to Los Angeles, Jack just having captured Nina. They figure Almador's headed to Los Angeles with the virus but they don't know his intentions. He is an arms dealer, not some biological terrorist.

Meanwhile, Sherry's the ex-wife of President Palmer, is hot on the trail of Alan Milliken, whom she thinks just might have killed a potential foe, someone whose testimony will put an end to Milliken's threats to Palmer.

At the office, Chloe is under watch by security because she brought a baby into the office and won't say whose the kid belongs to, and is acting a little strange.

This episode turns out to be a nasty woman one in which three females all do bad things, led by Nina, who tries to bring down the C.T.U.'s computers, Sherrie and Julia, both of whom stand and watch as Alan Milliken can't get his pills and winds up dead. Well, there's one threat eliminated. However, there is still Amador to catch. He's supposed to meet some guy named Alvers.

Another woman also plays a prominent role in this hour: Chloe, who helps get the computers back in line but her secret about the baby leads to a soap opera finish.


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