24: Season 4, Episode 4

Day 4: 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. (10 Jan. 2005)

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Jack creates a faux-hostage crisis in a convenience store trapping Kalil and several innocent bystanders to buy Chloe more time to get the surveillance satellite working properly. Dina ... See full summary »

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Jack creates a faux-hostage crisis in a convenience store trapping Kalil and several innocent bystanders to buy Chloe more time to get the surveillance satellite working properly. Dina murders Behrooz's girlfriend after she becomes suspicious. Audrey and Secretary Heller try to escape. Written by Derfel85

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On FOX, this episode began during the credits of the previous episode (both were shown on the same night) with the 24 title logo and part of the "Previously on 24" segment. See more »

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At 10:00 a.m. Dina Araz is preparing to serve tea to Debbie and Behrooz. She's shown in the kitchen carrying a silver tray holding white china cups, teapot and sugar bowl when Behrooz comes in to talk to her. It takes her another 26 minutes (10:26 a.m.) to reach the living room with this tray, but by that time the tray holds two clear glasses of iced tea instead of the china set. Although Debbie's tea is shown as mostly drunk by the time Behrooz drags her away, the second glass has disappeared from the coffee table. See more »

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Erin Driscoll: Send a team to pick up the hostile.
Jack Bauer: Damn it, Erin! If you do that, everything I've done over the past two hours will mean nothing!
Erin Driscoll: I'm glad you finally figured that out.
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The Intensity Really Steps Up
6 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is my second season of watching this show, having started with Season 3, and it continually amazes me how they like to show the C.T.U. office occupied by such untrustworthy characters. There's no way people of this caliber would be hired at a top- secret, high-security place like this....but it makes for good television drama. It's especially true in this season because you really have no idea who is on the level and who isn't, except for Chloe who seems to be Jack's only reliable friend, even if she is an extremely aggravating person!

Anyway, all this comes into play big-time on this episode and Jack continually needs help to keep his cover as he tracks down a terrorist named "Kalil." In this particular hour, his focus is maintaining his "robber" appearance at the gas station/convenience store, trying to stall for time to enable Chloe to keep cover safe via computer. But Jack has problems, as he always does, and people at the CTU are wising up fast to Chloe so things are tense this entire episode. Hey, that's fine with me; it makes for another interesting hour of entertainment.

I left a lot of things out, too, so suffice to say this 10-11 a.m. time slot is filled with a number of surprises and interesting side stories, one after the other. It wears you out, watching it!


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