24 (2001–2010)
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Day 3: 3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. 

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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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 »

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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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The plot thickens
15 August 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Fifty episodes in, 24 shows no signs of tiredness, despite the fact the real-time format made some people doubt the serial's long-time potential. Of course, continuous conspiracy plots and troubled protagonists help a lot.

Still fighting his addiction, Jack is about to close in on Kyle Singer, not knowing one of Salazar's men is doing the same. He's also shut Chase out of the pursuit, claiming he doesn't want Kim to be heartbroken should things make a wrong turn. Meantime, President Palmer has to face a possible scandal related to his affair with his physician, Dr. Anne Packard, whose ex-husband will implicate her in a past incrimination unless he's paid a neat sum of money.

Be it cover-ups, succession disputes or, in this case, nice old-fashioned blackmail, the political aspects of the series have always proved riveting thanks to intelligent writing and a marvelous performance by Dennis Haysbert, the show's real soul next to Kiefer Sutherland: his character was last seen at the end of Day Two fighting for his life, and now here he is, still recovering but showing no weaknesses whatsoever, standing out as the second best fictional American President ever created (the first is Josiah Bartlet from The West Wing). Then again, that isn't very hard when the biggest competition comes from turkeys like Independence Day and Air Force One, is it?


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