24: Season 4, Episode 8

Day 4: 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. (7 Feb. 2005)

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Jack and Audrey hide out with Tony Almeida after escaping from the terrorists and learn the man they are looking for is an employee for McClennan-Forrester. Behrooz takes Dina to the ... See full summary »

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Jack and Audrey hide out with Tony Almeida after escaping from the terrorists and learn the man they are looking for is an employee for McClennan-Forrester. Behrooz takes Dina to the hospital to get medical attention. President Keeler orders six cities to be evacuated. Secretary Heller tries to flush out the mole in CTU, but the evidence points in the wrong direction. Written by Derfel85

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The soccer match that Tony is watching on his TV is a match from the mid 1980s between the "Chivas" of Guadalajara and the "Aguilas" of America, even though the narration doesn't correspond to that match. See more »

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While Jack is at Tony's house, he calls for backup and gives the address 21408 Kipling in North Hollywood. However, when the Secret Service arrives, the number on the house is 2048. See more »

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Hi, Tony!
2 March 2009 | by (Italy) – See all my reviews

Episode 8 of Day 4 is another strong entry in the 24 canon as it builds on what has to be one of the highlights of the season (an old friend returning) and provides new versions of a few established moments such as the discovery of a traitor and people being chased all over L.A.

Having escaped a terrorist ambush thanks to former CTU boss Tony Almeida (Carlos Bernard), who was last seen facing a very long prison sentence, Jack and Audrey hide at his house and try to find out the identity of a man Audrey recognized while being held captive. Back at CTU, Secretary Heller comes up with a scheme to smoke out the mole inside the agency, while everyone keeps working at a solution to the nuclear problem, which has led President Keeler to order the evacuation of six cities. On the villain side, Navi and Marwan set out to find Dina and Behrooz, who are heading to a hospital.

The mole and manhunt elements have been done to death in previous seasons, but they work in this case too because: a) if 24 abandoned its formula, the fans wouldn't be very happy; b) it's nice to see someone other than Kim Bauer being chased for a change.

The main selling point of the episode, however, is Carlos Bernard's return: 18 months after the events of Day 3, Tony is a changed man, committed to the bottle and abandoned by his wife and friends. It's a compelling development for a character who's had a habit of changing ever since he first appeared in the pilot (in light of the following seasons, the douche-bag seen in the first episodes is almost unrecognizable). Seeing him interact with Sutherland again is a joy, and watching Tony's evolution over the course of Day 4 is guaranteed to be a high point of the season.


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