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Day 3: 9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. 

A snag in the sale of the virus leads the Salazars to question Jack's motivations and as a result they put his allegiances to the test. Claudia works to help Chase escape after Jack informs... See full summary »

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A snag in the sale of the virus leads the Salazars to question Jack's motivations and as a result they put his allegiances to the test. Claudia works to help Chase escape after Jack informs her of his real priorities. Tony's ability to run CTU is called into question. Palmer is put into a difficult position regarding his brother. Written by Patrick Gurney

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Wayne states that Alan Milliken has been Palmer's biggest campaign contributer over the years. However, in Season 1, Palmer's biggest contributer was a gentleman named Frank Ames, who actually appeared in the episode "9:00 A.M.-10:00 A.M." See more »

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Ramon Salazar: The man has more lives then a cat.
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Old enemies die hard
19 August 2008 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

As the hours pass, the plot of the third season just keeps getting more dense, with two characters being added to the drama: one a welcome return, the other a new entry.

The new entry is Alan Milliken (Albert Hall), who has been David Palmer's biggest campaign supporter for years. Now he has something else on the agenda: if Wayne isn't fired, he will pull the right strings to make sure some of the President's most important political plans aren't pulled off. Palmer isn't the only one being cornered: Tony finds himself confronted by Kim and Michelle when they suspect his recent injury might prevent him from working efficiently.

Meantime, in Mexico, Jack and the Salazars prepare to meet with Michael Amador (Greg Ellis), the man who's supposed to sell them the virus, only to find out there's another prospective buyer: Nina Myers (Sarah Clarke), blatantly violating the conditions of her deal with the President one season ago.

Of all the villains in the show's history, Nina stands out for being a classic femme fatale in a contemporary thriller context: she dated Jack and Tony, betrayed everyone and even killed Jack's wife. Her return means more psychological conflicts for Jack, as he has to fight his urge to murder her, as well as adding a kind of perverse intrigue to the narrative. Clarke knows this and works to her full strengths, maintaining the unsettling charm she had in the previous two seasons. Alongside Hall and Ellis, she proves the bad guys on this show have more subtlety than most of their big-screen counterparts.


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