24: Season 4, Episode 7

Day 4: 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. (31 Jan. 2005)

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Jack takes Audrey into the field in order to ID a suspect she recognizes from the compound, but the terrorists learn where they are and pin them down. Jack calls on an old friend to escape. Dina tries to get to Behrooz before Navi does. Edgar Stiles works overtime to get back control of 87 to 98 nuclear plants by taking their systems off-line before the Override gets to them. Written by Derfel85

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This episode was followed by the first Season 4 web cast of '24Inside', with special guests Shohreh Aghdashloo ("Dina Araz") and co-executive producer and writer Peter M. Lenkov. See more »

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At 12:54 p.m. Audrey is shown in her original outfit of burgundy skirt suit with a white top underneath using a computer at C.T.U. At 1:00 p.m., she is still at the computer but in a completely different outfit - a pink sweater, pants, and a suede jacket. See more »

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Guess who's coming back...
11 February 2009 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

By adhering to the show's race-against-the-clock formula 90% of the time, the seventh hour of Day 4 manages to be riveting despite the return of the soapy subplot involving Driscoll's daughter (for Pete's sake, it's 24, not The Bold and the Beautiful, okay?).

The tense mood is guaranteed by two separate plot strands: firstly, Jack takes Audrey with him right in the middle of the action because she can identify a suspect, but it just so happens the terrorists know about it as well (meaning CTU is compromised once again) and start pursuing them; secondly, now that the real threat has been exposed, Edgar has to make sure several nuclear meltdowns can be avoided. Oh, and Dina Araz tries to keep her son safe from her husband since the kid's officially been targeted.

The main news of the episode is we get to see the face of the season's major villain, Habib Marwan - he's played by Arnold Vosloo, aka Imhotep from the Mummy franchise, and the first impression is he doesn't disappoint. On a more negative side, the plot is partially weakened by the aforementioned Driscoll subplot, and there's no satisfactory explanation for why Lana Parilla's credit is suddenly upgraded from guest star to regular cast member. She's not bad or anything, it just doesn't make that much sense.

Thankfully, the episode remains impressively good despite these occasional flaws, and it's almost entirely a consequence of a familiar, albeit uncredited, face returning to the show. Not that it's too hard to guess who it is: how many people would Jack describe as "the only person I can trust right now"?

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