24: Season 3, Episode 18

Day 3: 6:00 a.m.-7:00 a.m. (18 Apr. 2004)

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Jack has to comply with another one of Saunders' demands: the death of Regional Director Ryan Chappelle. Michelle discovers that one of the infected hotel patrons got out before the quarantine was enforced.

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Jack has to comply with another one of Saunders' demands: the death of Regional Director Ryan Chappelle. Michelle discovers that one of the infected hotel patrons got out before the quarantine was enforced.

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Racing Against The Clock, With A Shocker At The End
24 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Well, Ryan Chappelle was informed by Jack of the President's call. He isn't too happy. Can you blame him? The race is on to find Saunders by 7 o'clock or Jack may have to kill his boss! Wow, this is getting a bit too strange. Both men also are trying to figure out what Ryan knows that would make this terrorist want to kill him. Paul Schulze, by the way, does an outstanding job as Chappelle in this episode.

Meanwhile, Gael has died and hotel patrons are sick and dying. A pill is going to be offered them, if they want it, to kill themselves before their certain death becomes too painful. Michelle has not yet had the visible symptoms which indicate death is certain.

I've had very, very few complaints about this compelling drama but I have to ask why several members of this cast, most notably Carlos Bernard as "Tony" always speak in a whisper? Do you know anyone who talks in a whisper to you all the time? I don't. Sutherland does it have the time, too. Is this some of sort of acting thing that is supposed to make the actor sound more dramatic? It's very annoying and unrealistic. Another annoying thing is how many people at C.T.U. have to be told "Just do it," because they balk at first at half the things they are asked to do. Chloe is the worst offender. People in these extreme high-priority positions would do as they are told the first time, or else would be replaced after a couple of instances of this insubordination.

Anyway, back to the show.....it appears one nameless guy, who came into the hotel on a one- night stand with this woman, might have slipped out of the hotel, which would be a potential disaster. Another disaster is that they if don't find Saunders by 7, Jack has to kill his boss. Well, I doubt that will happen but I don't see them finding the villain yet, either.

The ending of this show is one of those that leave you with your jaw dropping, as if you can't believe what you just saw! I know I was stunned. I've never a show end like this.


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