24: Season 5, Episode 1

Day 5: 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. (15 Jan. 2006)

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The Russian and US Presidents are set to sign an anti-terror treaty when assassinations rock Los Angeles, a call from a distressed Chloe forces Jack into action and President Logan's wife believes there may be a conspiracy.

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Russian President Suvarov is set to meet President Logan to sign an arms treaty when David Palmer is assassinated, Tony Almeida and Michelle Dessler are hit by a car bomb and someone starts chasing Chloe O'Brian. The only link between the four of them is that they are the only people who know that former CTU agent Jack Bauer is alive. Written by Shiro

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When Diane and Frank (Jack) are having breakfast we see some shots of Diane's watch. On the watch it's 17.10 while it should be approximately 7.12. See more »

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Charles Logan: What's the matter, Mike? Who was that?
Mike Novick: David Palmer has been assassinated
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An Abrupt Reminder...
12 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I guess the previous poster is awaiting an apology from someone. I'm sorry to say that this episode is an abrupt reminder to all of 24 viewers that no one is safe, save for perhaps Jack himself. It no doubt was hard to lose such longstanding characters, but such is the nature of the show. Rather than mourn the loss of some fictitious characters, you should be happy for the fact that the script isn't so contrived as to save a select few from death.

This show always keeps people on their toes and I appreciate every unexpected moment they throw at me, since there are always (as with every show) certain things you do expect.


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