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"24" Day 3: 5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. (2003)

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Original Air Date:
25 November 2003 (Season 3, Episode 5)
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Plot:
Jack and Ramon are captured by dangerous prison inmates after trying to escape. President Palmer begins his debate with Senator Keeler. At CTU, Chloe O'Brian discovers evidence of Jack's heroin addiction. | Add synopsis »
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24 meets Oz See more (4 total) »

Cast

 (Episode Cast) (in credits order)

Episode Crew
Directed by
Jon Cassar 
 
Writing credits
Joel Surnow (created by) &
Robert Cochran (created by)

Evan Katz (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
 
Original Music by
Sean Callery 
 
Cinematography by
Rodney Charters (director of photography)
 
Film Editing by
David Latham 
 
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 
 
Makeup Department
Ania Harasimiak .... key makeup artist (as Anna Harasimiak)
Susan Kelber .... key hair stylist
Dee Mansano .... key makeup artist
Michael Marcellino .... key hair stylist
Rosanna Montes .... makeup artist (uncredited)
 
Production Management
Robert P. Cohen .... production manager
 
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
Simon Knights .... graphic artist
Dick Kyker .... property master
Bryce Moore .... props
Andrew Murdock .... set designer
Philip Stone .... construction coordinator
Damon Bowden .... paint supervisor (uncredited)
 
Sound Department
William Dotson .... supervising sound editor
William Gocke .... production sound mixer (as Bill Gocke)
Craig Huxley .... sound package Enterprise Producer of THX mixing, FX, Foley, ADR
Ken Kobett .... re-recording mixer (as Kenneth Kobett)
Dan Lipe .... boom operator: second unit
Donald Lyles .... sound recordist
Paul Menichini .... sound effects editor
Mike Olman .... re-recording mixer (as Michael Olman)
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
Steven Lloyd .... Senior Compositor
 
Stunts
Gregory J. Barnett .... stunt coordinator
Jeffrey G. Barnett .... stunts
Tony Donno .... stunt performer
Diana R. Lupo .... stunts
Jalil Jay Lynch .... stunts
Matthew Taylor .... stunt double: Kiefer Sutherland
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sandy Bloom .... rigging grip
Matt Bosson .... playback operator
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
Duane Mieliwocki .... first 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
David St. Onge .... gaffer
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
Jean Rosone .... costume supervisor
 
Editorial Department
Jim Darby .... title editor
John Dvi-Vardhana .... post-production assistant
Larry Field .... final colorist
Andrzej Kozlowski .... post-production coordinator
Matthew Mullarkey .... on-line editor
Ann M. Parish .... assistant editor
Heydar Adel .... on-line editor (uncredited)
 
Location Management
John A. Johnston .... location manager
Jason Savage .... assistant location manager
K.C. Warnke .... assistant location manager
 
Transportation Department
Greg Bronner .... driver
Dennis Milliken .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
Seth Abel .... production assistant
Alicia Bien .... assistant to producer
Anne Cofell Saunders .... assistant to producers (as Anne Cofell)
Jonathan Cohen .... assistant to producers
Jason Gutierrez .... production assistant
Jennifer Kessler .... assistant to producers
Ryan Lamy .... production assistant
Monica Macer .... assistant to producers
Nick Marcou .... production assistant
Mark Marcum .... computer graphics consultant
Anne Melville .... script supervisor
Matt Michnovetz .... assistant to producers
Steve M. Miliotti .... key craft service
George Montgomery .... title designer
Tony Pacheco .... production accountant
James Popiden .... post production intern
Chris Porterfield .... production coordinator
Mike Posey .... production secretary
Nicole Ranadive .... script supervisor
Jennifer Rosenbluth .... assistant production coordinator
Daniel Severson .... production assistant
Barb Siebertz .... script coordinator
Charles A. Tamburro .... aerial coordinator / helicopter pilot
John Tamburro .... helicopter pilot
Sara Woomer .... production secretary
Amy D'Alessandro .... titles (uncredited)
Guillermo Lecuona .... title designer: main title sequence (uncredited)
Samantha Maze .... stand-in (uncredited)
Ledge Musselman .... production assistant (uncredited)
 

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Writing credits
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Robert Cochran  created by
Joel Surnow  created by

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Additional Details

Runtime:
44 min
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
The original FOX broadcast included a couple of viewer discretion warnings for violence, along with a promo at the end of the episode by Kiefer Sutherland for an organization called The Americans For Gun Safety Foundation.See more »
Quotes:
Ramon Salazar:If I die, my brother will find you.See more »
Soundtrack:
24 ThemeSee more »

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8 out of 9 people found the following review useful.
24 meets Oz, 17 August 2008
Author: Max_cinefilo89 from Italy

Moving forward at a breakneck pace, 24 keeps raising the stakes every passing minute, and it just gets better and better.

With the virus threat still not taken care of, President Palmer insists on proceeding with the debate anyway, knowing he has to be careful regarding the potential scandal involving his current girlfriend. Meanwhile, the CTU begins to close in on Kyle Singer, and the situation gets worse when Chloe finds proof of Jack's heroin habit. All of that, however, is child's play compared to what's going on at the prison: having staged a riot to get Ramon out, Jack has to face the side effects when he and his "accomplice" are captured by other inmates and forced to endure all kinds of physical and emotional pain in a desperate battle to survive.

To keep it simple, the main section of the episode is like a softened version of HBO's prison show Oz: the violence is, for obvious reasons, toned down, but the intensity of tone is untouched. The first season of Oz ended with a rather brutal riot, and the 24 rendition of the template serves the purpose of increasing the dramatic tension with surgical precision, promising more surprises in episodes to come. Additionally, in retrospect the break-out scenario may have served as inspiration for Fox's other thriller hit, Prison Break, and THAT can only be a good thing, right?

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