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Day 3: 2:00 a.m.-3:00 a.m. 

Regional Director Chappelle forces Jack to undergo a medical evaluation for his heroin addiction. Tony interrogates Nina Meyers. Julia Milliken confronts Sherry after Alan dies while Wayne and President Palmer prepare for the fallout. Nina tries to escape custody after collapsing during the interrogation.

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Regional Director Chappelle forces Jack to undergo a medical evaluation for his heroin addiction. Tony interrogates Nina Meyers. Julia Milliken confronts Sherry after Alan dies while Wayne and President Palmer prepare for the fallout. Nina tries to escape custody after collapsing during the interrogation.

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17 February 2004 (USA)  »

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Jonny Rees stated in an interview that Amador was supposed to get his throat slit in this episode, but the writers liked him and decided to keep him around a while longer, opting to kill off another villain instead. See more »

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At the top of the hour, the air transport lands at what is described as the airbase at Pt. Mugu, which is near Oxnard in Ventura County - at least 45 miles from what would be the downtown LA headquarters of CTU. But Jack and Nina arrive at CTU as the clock ticks up to 2:09 AM. No way that truck made the transfer in 8 minutes or so. See more »

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Tony Almeida: [Asking about Marcus Alvers] All we've been able to dig up on him are a few random medical records under one of his known aliases. He had an MRI on one of his knees, there's a prescription for antibiotics, treated for HIV ...
Dalton Furrelle: [From other room] Her pulse is spiking. Someone hasn't been using protection with Marcus Alvers.
Michelle Dessler: [From other room] She's probably had sex with him.
Tony Almeida: See, Nina, my colleagues in the next room tell me that something in those medical records concerns you. I'm guessing it's not ...
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The Interrogation Hour
21 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the second week in a row that things were pretty quiet, action-wise, but I'm not complaining. These shows are never boring.

"Interrogation" seems to be the theme of this show: Nina, being interrogated by Tony, for what she knows about this Alvers character that seems to be friends with Amador. (Those two meet, with Amador bringing the virus.) Jack is given a medical exam and is interrogated for his heroin habit. He explains the hows and whys he got addicted (to gain the trust of the Salazaar family, drug lords that were in, I am assuming, from the previous year.

In the meantime, there is a baby issue and Chase explains why he is the father of that baby in the office that Chole has been helping out with, and we see a very small bit in which the President is lied to by his ex-wife, who seems to be an expert in that department.

You can see the ending to this episode coming as Jack warned everyone; keep an eye on Nina. I have to say Sarah Clarke as Nina Myers is one of the most interesting villains I've ever seen.


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