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Day 4: 10:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m. 

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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Behrooz Araz
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Curtis Manning
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Sarah Gavin
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Chloe O'Brian
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Navi Araz
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Marianne Taylor
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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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Kalil Hasan: When do you let me go?
Jack Bauer: When I feel like it.
Kalil Hasan: Who are you?
Jack Bauer: What do you mean?
Kalil Hasan: You don't seem like the kind of guy that needs to rob a Mercury Mart.
Jack Bauer: That Mercury Mart was a money drop. There was supposed to be 18 grand in that safe.
Kalil Hasan: How do you know that?
Jack Bauer: We're done sharing. I'm not gonna forget your face and I've got your driver's licence. You talk to the police, it's not gonna be hard to find you, do you understand me?
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Jack the robber
9 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

For pure inventiveness alone, this episode deserves a special place among the finest hours of 24's history. The previous hour's last scene hinted at the possible genius of what was to come, and the fourth episode of Day 4 exceeds those expectations with gusto and grit.

What's happened is Jack was following a suspect on the highway after rescuing Andrew Paige and said suspect stopped at a gas station. In order to keep him there long enough for Chloe to set up a satellite surveillance, something drastic was needed. Hence the brilliant decision of putting on a ski mask, entering the gas station's convenience store with a gun in full sight and staging a robbery. Too bad Driscoll has been tipped off by Sarah and Edgar (Louis Lombardi) regarding Chloe's behavior and is determined to stop Jack once and for all. On the other end of the line, Dina Araz has to resort to extreme measures when Behrooz's girlfriend discovers too much, and Secretary Heller and Audrey try to escape from their captors.

Yes, Driscoll is still the least interesting character introduced on the show so far, but this time her confrontation with Bauer is a truly tense affair, courtesy of the cleverness of the opening set-up and the added tension coming from the connected subplots. If the rest of the season - or at least most of it - stays on track like this, 24 will once again be able to assert its position as the most exciting thriller on television.


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