24: Season 6, Episode 20

Day 6: 1:00 a.m.-2:00 a.m. (30 Apr. 2007)

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A missing computer circuit board: the Russians get wind of Chinese espionage, the White House must find a leak, and CTU interrogates an unlikely witness.



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A missing computer circuit board: the Russians get wind of Chinese espionage, the White House must find a leak, and CTU interrogates an unlikely witness.

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Disappointing failure of a great character
15 January 2013 | by (Texas) – See all my reviews

One of the greatest characters in the 24 universe was SecDef James Heller. He was a real surprise back in season 4: a gritty, patriotic, self-sacrificing, three-dimensional character. Every time if felt as if the character would swerve to this or that stereotype, he proved a pleasant surprise. Nothing stood in the way of his service to his country: not his son's whiny intransigence, not even his own life.

And so here he appears again. He knows that, for his selfless service to his country, Bauer has been imprisoned in China for years, under constant torture. He knows Bauer hasn't spilled a single state secret, when others would have long-since cracked. He knows Bauer's country failed him, leaving him languishing in prison, when it was in their power to get him freed. And he knows Bauer was freed in a callous deal to be sold to death at the hands of a terrorist.

He knows that, through no fault of Jack's, Audrey went to China to find Jack, and got imprisoned.

So now (thanks solely to Jack) Audrey is back. Damaged, but back, physically safe and sound.

And what does Heller do?

Marches into Jack's cell and snarls at him that it's ALL HIS FAULT and that he should LEAVE HIS DAUGHTER ALONE.

Oh good heavens. Who is this guy? How did this bitter, idiotic fool replace the gritty, tough-minded character the writers created in Season 4?

Would have been better for the character if he had drowned in the car in Season 4. Much better end. This is ridiculous.

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