24 (2001–2010)
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Day 5: 6:00 a.m.-7:00 a.m. 

Jack Bauer works with Martha Logan to get a confession out of President Logan and an old antagonist returns to settle a score with Jack.

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Jack Bauer works with Martha Logan to get a confession out of President Logan and an old antagonist returns to settle a score with Jack.

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Trivia

When Jack enters the chopper, he says to the pilot that his name is Franklin. At the beginning of the season, when he was pretending to be dead, we know that Jack's new name is Frank. See more »

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Jack refers to the navy helicopter pilot as a captain, when he is a commander. See more »

Quotes

Cheng Zhi: [Holding Jack hostage] You surely must be aware, Mr. Bauer, that China has a long memory. Only eighteen months ago, you invaded our territory and killed our consul.
[Leaning to Jack]
Cheng Zhi: Did you really think that we would forget? Hmm?
Jack Bauer: [Weakly] I know how this works... I need to make one phone call... Please... just one phone call.
[pause, until Jack spits at Cheng, and Cheng's men are throwing Jack on the floor]
Jack Bauer: Kill me... Just... kill me...
Cheng Zhi: Kill you? You're far too valuable to kill, Mr. Bauer.
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24 Theme
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Written by Sean Callery
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12 November 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Even while well aware it was supposed to be a big hit, I ignored the first couple of seasons of 24 for whatever crazy reason, such as thinking it would be too much like The X Files or something that never really appealed to me. Then one evening I noticed advertising that another "day" was about to get underway and decided to at least take a look at the new episode to see what all the excitement was about. It turned out to be better than expected and I got hooked on following the show regularly ever since. A local TV station (not the Fox affiliate) now plays reruns that I also like to watch in order to catch up on what might have been missed and that part of it is still brand new to me.


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