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"24" Day 3: 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. (2003)

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Original Air Date:
4 November 2003 (Season 3, Episode 2)
After Goss' infected body is dropped at the hospital Jack and Chase begin to trace his last known locations while CTU tries to figure out how the virus is gonna be unleashed to the public at large. Once they figure out it's gonna be spread through cocaine shipments CTU begins to track down drug dealers in East LA. President Palmer considers canceling the debate. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Jon Cassar 
Writing credits
Joel Surnow (created by) &
Robert Cochran (created by)

Joel Surnow (written by) &
Michael Loceff (written by)

Produced by
Jon Cassar .... producer
Chris Cheramie .... associate producer
Robert Cochran .... executive producer
Robert P. Cohen .... co-producer
Paul Gadd .... co-producer
Howard Gordon .... executive producer
Brian Grazer .... executive producer
Tim Iacofano .... producer
Evan Katz .... co-executive producer
Tony Krantz .... executive producer
Stephen Kronish .... consulting producer
Michael Loceff .... supervising producer
Joel Surnow .... executive producer
Kiefer Sutherland .... co-executive producer
Danielle Weinstock .... co-producer
Original Music by
Sean Callery 
Cinematography by
Rodney Charters (director of photography)
Film Editing by
David Latham 
Chris G. Willingham  (as Chris Willingham)
Casting by
Peggy Kennedy 
Debi Manwiller 
Production Design by
Joseph A. Hodges  (as Joseph Hodges)
Set Decoration by
Cloudia Rebar 
Costume Design by
James Lapidus 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nicole Burke .... second assistant director
Mark Rabinowitz .... second second assistant director
Richard Rosser .... first assistant director
Art Department
Jay K. Bedore .... carpenter
Maren Brown .... art department coordinator
Bruce Fuselier .... set dresser
Serge Genitempo .... stand-by painter
Jennie Harris .... assistant set decorator
Bryce Moore .... props
Andrew Murdock .... set designer
Greg Wyszynski .... set dresser
Damon Bowden .... paint supervisor (uncredited)
Sound Department
William Dotson .... supervising sound editor
Craig Huxley .... sound package Enterprise Producer of THX mixing, FX, Foley, ADR
Dan Lipe .... boom operator: second unit
Paul Menichini .... sound effects editor
Todd Overton .... boom operator
Cathie Speakman .... supervising adr editor
Corey Woods .... boom operator
Special Effects by
Stan Blackwell .... special effects supervisor
David Peterson .... special effects crew
Visual Effects by
Richard Alonso .... computer graphics
Steven Lloyd .... Senior Compositor
Gregory J. Barnett .... stunt coordinator
Tony Donno .... stunt performer
Matthew Taylor .... stunt double: Kiefer Sutherland
Dorian Kingi .... stunt driver (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Sandy Bloom .... rigging grip
Billy Craft .... dimmer operator
Chris Eichman .... lighting technician
David Erickson .... second assistant camera
Eric Guerin .... second assistant camera
Jay Herron .... camera operator
Trev Holmes .... best boy electric
Ken Little Jr. .... assistant camera
Gary Molyneux .... dolly grip
David Parker .... grip
Michael Joseph Reyes .... key grip (as Mike Reyes)
Jonathan Sharpe .... first assistant camera: "a" camera (as Jon Sharpe)
Guy Skinner .... camera operator
Ron Veto .... camera operator
Chris Stanman .... electrician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Patricia Homan Davila .... specialty extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Chantal Nightingale .... set costumer (as Chantal Thomas)
Kara Owens .... costumer
Editorial Department
Jim Darby .... title editor
Larry Davenport .... assistant editor
John Dvi-Vardhana .... post-production assistant
Larry Field .... final colorist
Matthew Mullarkey .... on-line editor
Heydar Adel .... on-line editor (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Greg Bronner .... driver
Other crew
Alicia Bien .... assistant to producer
Anne Cofell Saunders .... assistant to producers (as Anne Cofell)
Zachary Mannon .... production assistant
Anne Melville .... script supervisor
Steve M. Miliotti .... key craft service
George Montgomery .... title designer
James Popiden .... post production intern
Nicole Ranadive .... script supervisor
Charles A. Tamburro .... aerial coordinator / helicopter pilot
Amy D'Alessandro .... titles (uncredited)
Guillermo Lecuona .... title designer: main title sequence (uncredited)
Samantha Maze .... stand-in (uncredited)
Ledge Musselman .... production assistant (uncredited)

Series Crew
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Writing credits
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Robert Cochran  created by
Joel Surnow  created by

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Additional Details

45 min
Aspect Ratio:
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Beginning with Season 3, Fox decided to stop airing repeats of each week's episode on its cable outlet, F-X. The decision was made after several local Fox affiliates complained that the repeats were hurting their ratings.See more »
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11 out of 13 people found the following review useful.
Two Episodes And I'm hooked!, 10 May 2007
Author: ccthemovieman-1 from United States

It turns out Jack has a drug habit because he wanted to gain the confidence of main bad-guy Romon Salazar. However, the good news is that he throws away the needle at the last second and is going to try to clean himself up. The bad news is that he picked a bad day to fight that addiction on his own.

It's confirmed that Romon's brother has worked a transaction in which a deadly virus has been transported, through a big bag of cocaine, to Los Angeles. We know who has the bag and is giving it to someone else for cash. In other words, he - "Kyle Singer" (Riley Smith) - was just being the messenger boy. In this episode, Bauer and younger partner Chase Edmuunds (James Badge Dale) find out about Singer and they try to locate him.

We also get a short subplot in which Jack's daughter Kim (Elisha Cuthbert) and Chase tell the boss that they are getting seriously involved, which does not please him. Apparently, he has made it known that no one in their job with the CTU can successfully maintain a marriage and he doesn't want his daughter to suffer. Anyway, that's just another angle to give the viewers a break from the tense terrorist situation.

This is another good episode and now has me hooked. This is my first go-around on this program and I can see why it's successful. The characters are all interesting, including Denis Haysbert as the President. He has since gone on to star in his own TV program ("The Unit"), so I'm curious to what happens to him on this show.

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