24: Season 3, Episode 3

Day 3: 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. (11 Nov. 2003)

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Tony and one of Salazar's cronies close in on a young drug trafficker who may be unknowingly carrying the virus. Jack informs Kyle Singer's parents that he may be infected. Wayne becomes ... See full summary »



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Wayne Palmer (as DB Woodside)


Tony and one of Salazar's cronies close in on a young drug trafficker who may be unknowingly carrying the virus. Jack informs Kyle Singer's parents that he may be infected. Wayne becomes concerned over David's latest affair when he learns the woman's ex-husband will perjure himself over sworn testimony he gave years earlier unless the President pays him not to. Written by Derfel85

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In Canada, during the original Global broadcast of this episode, an unscheduled commercial break took place right after Tony was shot and the end split-screens. This behavior continued during the broadcast of "Day 3: 4:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.". After the break appeared in Hour 4, fans disgusted with the extra commercial wrote Global saying, "Taking a break in the middle of this show destroys its real-time concept," and "Why are you tampering with a successful formula?" After these letters were mailed in, Global put a stop to the extra commercial. See more »


When Tony is confronting Kyle Singer, there is nobody standing behind him. In the next shot, there is a man in white behind him, then the man disappears again in the next shot. See more »


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So far not so intriguing.
2 January 2014 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

In my consideration, up to this point Season 3 lacks some of the intrigue and kind of hidden stuff that kept me guessing in the previous seasons. In the first one, for instance, I was very excited to find out who the real mole in CTU was, and whether if Palmer would survive the threat or not, and in the second one, whether if the bomb was going to go off or not, and who were really behind the attack, and why. Here, you know from almost the first minute who wants to spread the virus and who's carrying it, the mole in CTU (seriously, another one?) is revealed in the second episode and he doesn't seem to be much of a deep character, unlike Nina, so things doesn't have much surprise here. Jack becoming a drug addict sure was a shock but I don't know if it's worth a 24-episode storyline anyway. Kim and her daddy issues and boyfriend issues got old already, and Palmer's girlfriend storyline doesn't attract me that much either, and the President's disbelief when someone tries to show him the truth about the women in his life is growing a little tired for me too. A president should be a little more bright than he is, and most of all considering the things he's been through already. It's not bad, but I hope it gets better.

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