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Day 3: 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. 

Jack and Ramon try evade military helicopters when they make a run for a plane scheduled to leave for Mexico. Palmer cancels the debate. Kyle Singer learns that he is not infected with the ... See full summary »

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Jack and Ramon try evade military helicopters when they make a run for a plane scheduled to leave for Mexico. Palmer cancels the debate. Kyle Singer learns that he is not infected with the virus. Kim discovers that Gael Ortega might be working with the Salazars. Written by Derfel85

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When Ryan Chappelle calls Wayne Palmer, the antenna on Wanye's cell phone is fully extended. The very next shot shows the antenna lowered to the default position. See more »

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Ramon Salazar: So tell me, Jack. Tell me. What's your pain? What is it that makes the needle go in?
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Tons Of Suspense!
14 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This episode was good in that it calmed things down, action-wise, but yet had tremendous suspense, making it an excellent hour. The suspense involves one thing: does the government shoot down the helicopter carrying good-guy "Jack Bauer" (Keifer Sutherland) and terrorist bad-guy "Ramon Salazar" (Joaquim de Almeida)?

I didn't mind a break in the action because the following week was mostly that with the prison break. The strategy of Bauer, the workings of the CTU, the involvement of Jack's friend - The President Of the United States, all make this a riveting episode. The sidebar stories include the President having his nationally-televised and then having to leave it to attend to Bauer's situation; a shocking revelation concerning the health of Kyle Singer and "Gael," the mole at the CTU, walking in on Kim with a gun.

Wow, these shows are intense. This is my first look at this series and I'm worn out.....and I'm only a fourth of the way through the 24 hours!


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