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Day 5: 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m. 

The First Lady endangers her own life to save others while Jack heads to Omicron International to meet Christopher Henderson, a former colleague from CTU.

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President Logan discovers that his wife, Martha, has joined the Suvarov's in the car. The Terrorists will set off the 19 canisters of nerve gas if Logan stops the motorcade and saves his wife, stopping them from assassinating President Suvarov. Meanwhile, Jack heads to Omicron International to meet Christopher Henderson, a former colleague from CTU. Meanwhile, Lynn McGill loses grip on his command at CTU. Written by Shiro

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27 February 2006 (USA)  »

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In the scene when Audrey draws Henderson's secretary away from her desk, she uses the fake name "Jane Espenson." Espenson was a staff writer on "Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997), Angel (1999), and Firefly (2002), working with fellow writer David Fury, who is a writer and co-exec producer on "24." See more »

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There is a French flag on Suvarov's car at the beginning of the episode. The Russian flag has horizontal stripes, not vertical ones. See more »

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An explosive finish and a memorable guest star smooth over office politics
12 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I vividly remember watching season 5 during its original broadcast, and this episode in particular. We were promised a guest shot from Peter Weller, and I was counting the episodes until he showed up. And to this day, he still walks away with it. It helps that the role had its own mystique (whoa, the guy who recruited Jack!), but he's also a force to be reckoned with, going toe-to-toe with Kiefer in their big scene.

But there's also the attack on Suvarov's motorcade, which serves as the big finish. It's a well-engineered action set piece that delivers on all of the Logan hand-wringing up to this point.

Looking back at these two elements, it's easy to forgive all of the maneuvering and drama going down at CTU, which honestly feels like major wheel-spinning.

8/10


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