24: Season 3, Episode 15

Day 3: 3:00 a.m.-4:00 a.m. (24 Feb. 2004)

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Amador and his people receive orders from their client to release the virus in the Chandler Plaza Hotel. Jack closes in on Amador but it's too late. Michelle and Gael alert the Chandler's Chief of Security to the dangers of the threat.

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Amador and his people receive orders from their client to release the virus in the Chandler Plaza Hotel. Jack closes in on Amador but it's too late. Michelle and Gael alert the Chandler's Chief of Security to the dangers of the threat.

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Tony Todd would later play one of the main villains in Season 7. See more »

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Jack Bauer: [growing really disgusted with Amador's attitude] For the last time...
[picks up some poker chips and throws them]
Jack Bauer: ...where is the virus?
Michael Amador: Go to hell.
Jack Bauer: [pins Amador's arm down to the table and yells] Chase!
Chase: [with one hand he pries Amador's pinned hand open, with the other he uses a knife to slice across Amador's open hand]
[Amador passes out]
Jack Bauer: When he comes to, you do the same thing to his other hand.
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Danger coming ahead
19 August 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Normally it would be hard to live up to the conclusion of an episode such as the previous one, when Jack finally got to make Nina Myers pay for everything she had done to him and his family. But given the structure of this show there is no slowing down: the plot keeps moving forward, offering new twists and shocks all the time.

As such, Jack only receives a quick criticism from Ryan before closing in on Amador. Unfortunately it's too late: his client (Paul Blackthorne) has instructed Marcus Alvers to release the virus at a large hotel in L.A., and the only thing Amador will reveal when tortured is that the man behind this knows Jack. Michelle and Gael head to the hotel and inform one of the staff-members (a pre-Desperate Housewives Doug Savant) about the imminent danger. Finally, the police learn Sherry was at the Milliken mansion when Alan died, and so she has to come up with a way to get out of the mess.

At this point, what was just a possibility has become a very tangible threat, meaning these last ten episodes probably will be harder to watch than usual: we've seen what the virus will do to those exposed to it, and judging from the final scene of the episode the rest of the day will be rather terrible.


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