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Day 3: 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. 

Tony works covertly to find a way to get Janes Saunders out of CTU and deliver her to Saunders before Jack and Chase find him. Senator Keeler receives some damaging information on President Palmer from a surprising source.

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Tony works covertly to find a way to get Janes Saunders out of CTU and deliver her to Saunders before Jack and Chase find him. Senator Keeler receives some damaging information on President Palmer from a surprising source.

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The episode ends on the split screen, which usually has been done for the transition to the final scene. It is also a 6-panel screen, instead of the usual 3-panel or 4-panel split. See more »

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The satellite image Tony deletes looks as if it were taken at an angle from a nearby rooftop, rather then directly overhead from a satellite. See more »

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Keep it up, Sherry!
10 September 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

After showing up briefly halfway through the season and then disappearing, Penny Johnson returns one more time, this time playing Sherry Palmer the way we like her: manipulative and ice-cold.

Despite her attempt to help the President in earlier episodes, Sherry seems to have reverted to old habits as she offers Senator John Keeler (Geoff Pierson), Palmer's opponent in the next election, the chance to crush him by revealing what really happened to Alan Milliken. While the political situation escalates in the worst fashion, things don't go too well for the CTU either, since Saunders managed to escape, presumably with help from the inside. In fact, he has captured Michelle and is using her to force Tony to set his daughter free. How that will happen remains to be seen.

The classic blackmail scenario is brought back to the series in two different incarnations: on one side there's Saunders manipulating Tony, which foreshadows serious repercussions by the end of Day 3, on the other there's Sherry and Keeler allied against the Commander in Chief. It's a sign of the writing team's cleverness, the fact that they have managed to give a fresh angle to the traditional "political conspiracy" subplot in every season. Of course, when you've got Penny Johnson playing the conspirator, why not use whatever good ideas one might have?


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