Jack is in trouble with his supervisor, and he's on the trail of a killer.

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Secretary Heller and his daughter Audrey Raines have been kidnapped. Jack believes the only chance of finding them lies in intercepting Andrew Paige before the terrorists do. Behrooz Araz is ordered by his father to deliver a suitcase stolen from the train bombing site to Heller's location. Richard Heller becomes a suspect and is interrogated by Curtis Manning at CTU. Written by Derfel85

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During several commercial breaks throughout the premiere event, loyal 24 fans got a sudden burst of nostalgia when former cast regular Dennis Haysbert (President "David Palmer") appeared on their TV screens. But Haysbert was a long way from his role as Commander-In-Chief, acting instead in his capacity as the official spokesman for Allstate Insurance. Allstate remained as one of the primary sponsors of the show throughout its fourth season. See more »

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When Andrew Paige is in the Subway station and Jack Bauer and the other agents are looking for him, a subway sign overhead has the track times and subway tracks listed - all of them are afternoon times starting from 3:45PM to 4:30PM. See more »

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Andrew Paige: [At gunpoint] Who are you?
Kalil Hasan: I'm the man that's going to kill you if you don't follow my instructions.
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Who Can You Trust?
6 November 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Things intensify as Jack bargains to temporarily reinstate himself with the C.T.U. with hostile boss, "Erin Driscoll" (Alberta Watson). He gets some help from Chloe, who actually is pictured in a positive light, which is rare.

Speaking of women, boy does it look like there are very few likable and trustworthy ones in this show, at least at the beginning here. "Driscoll" seems mean, the terrorist teen boy's girlfriend "Debbie" is a royal pain in the butt and the kid's mother always is making faces so something is up with her. I don't like Jack's girlfriend, either, but maybe that's just me.)

The men aren't exactly feel-good people, either, but not as annoying as these women, except for the Secretary of Defense's son, who is a real piece-of-work. The Secretary. "James Heller," seems pretty solid and it's good to see veteran actor William Devane play him, but outside of he and (Keifer Sutherland as "Jack Bauer," is anyone a nice person, capable and trustworthy? We expect the villains to look bad, but the "good guys" too?


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