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Day 5: 3:00 a.m.-4:00 a.m. 

When President Logan realizes he is backed into a corner, he resorts to a drastic solution. While Karen becomes an ally in Jack's quest to expose Logan, Miles changes allegiances, and a villain from the past returns.

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When President Logan realizes he is backed into a corner, he resorts to a drastic solution. While Karen becomes an ally in Jack's quest to expose Logan, Miles changes allegiances, and a villain from the past returns.

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Jack Karen, Bill, and Jack wouldn't have been able to call each other over their cell phones when Jack was on the plane because there's no signal at that altitude. See more »

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Christopher Henderson: [to Jack, who is interrogating Christpher Henderson about his involvement in the Sentox nerve gas plot] "What I did was in the interests of the destiny of this country, and I'm not talking about the version you read on the op-ed pages of the New York Times, I'm talking about the politics of survival. The way the world really works."
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You're a world-class actor. I would have expected nothing else.
31 March 2013 | by (China) – See all my reviews

Season 5 has been one great hour after another. The 21st hour, 3:00 A.M. to 4:00 A.M., proved to be not only the season's highlight, but my favorite episode of the entire series. Now, the highest rated episode according to TV.com is an earlier episode where CTU was attacked by terrorists with the Sentox nerve gas. People loved that episode mostly because a friend of Chloe's died. I personally don't care much about that guy, so the episode wasn't significant for me. President Charles Logan, on the other hand, is one of my two favorite characters on the show (only behind Bill Buchanan). This hour is his absolute shining moment.

Basically, in this hour, he prepares to shoot himself in the head. Yes, you read that right, the President of the United States is about to commit suicide. Where else do you get to see such an outrageous story, other than on 24? But this is not why the episode is so brilliant. It's all in the actor's performance. He really, really could act. His facial expressions were amazing, as he sat there in his office, quietly, thinking about everything. What does a man think about when he's about to die in ten minutes? Deep stuff. It's deep, man. And the actor really pulled it off.

Once again, Graem/Graham didn't disappoint. He calmly, but authoritatively, talks to the President over the phone, and basically advises him to kill himself. This man has got some serious balls, and the actor conveyed that very well.


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