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Day 4: 1:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m. 

Chloe is sent into the field for the first time to look into the report of a woman who claims her boyfriend is part of the conspiracy. Mike Novick calls in Former President David Palmer to ... See full summary »

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Chloe is sent into the field for the first time to look into the report of a woman who claims her boyfriend is part of the conspiracy. Mike Novick calls in Former President David Palmer to assist President Logan. Jack's methods are questioned. Written by Derfel85

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Ex-president David Palmer's right hand can clearly be seen each time he is on the telephone without any scarring. At the end of the 24 hours (6 - 7 a.m.), the scarring is visible again. See more »

Quotes

Nabilla Al-Jamil: [hiding in the laundry room as hit men shoot at them from the outside the room] God. Don't you have a gun?
Chloe O'Brian: I work with computers.
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Written by Sean Callery
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Daft
17 September 2015 | by (Germany) – See all my reviews

This episode is just daft! Don't get me wrong I really like 24 but please how many times does Jack have to be countermanded and arrested for doing his job. I mean what President in his right mind would care about the rights of a suspect who could give vital information to recover a nuclear bomb? So the sensitivities of this suspect over the lives of millions, please! Then we have the secret service agents wanting to drag Jack out of the delicate situation where he is just about to get the terrorist with the bomb. I mean who writes this stuff, are we really meant to take this seriously? And if I hear the line 'What are you talking about?' once more to a rhetorical question I will scream, is that the only line the writers know? It's in every episode at least once.

I know it's only fiction but come on, this wouldn't happen in real life.


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