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Day 7: 10:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m. 

While the FBI hunts for Jack, he and another ex-CTU rogue search for biological weapons that Starkwood has smuggled into the U.S.



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Carl Gadsen
Cooper (as Kevin Fry-Bowers)


While the FBI hunts for Jack, he and another ex-CTU rogue search for biological weapons that Starkwood has smuggled into the U.S.

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23 March 2009 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


Connor Trinneer, who portrays port authority officer Carl Gadsen, also plays Charles "Trip" Tucker III on Star Trek: Enterprise -- another show that involves 24 producers/writers Brannon Braga and Manny Coto. "Trip" is a nickname for a tertiary, same-named child ("the third") as opposed to "II", "junior" or "the second." Oddly enough, he is seen/heard talking on his cell phone with his wife about their expected twin girls, and when asked what the doctor said the wife replies, "...i'm lucky it's not *triplets*. Carl also states (while he and his wife were trying to have kids) "it took us *three* years." See more »


In the beginning of the episode, when Jack is briefing Tony on the phone, he mentions the time "10:15 p.m." , however near the end of the previous episode, after a fight, when Jack checks the cellphone, it states "22:30". See more »


Jack Bauer: Damn it.
Tony Almeida: Forget about him, Jack. He was dead the minute he stepped out that door. You and I both know that.
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24 Theme
Written by Sean Callery
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Great Episode With An Incredible Cliffhanger Inside...
5 January 2011 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

This episode of the seventh season of 24 marks an important event in this day that it has never occurred in the show. And that turn of events is the truly best thing of this episode.

Jack and Tony go to the shipyard in order to get the biological weapon. But Tony is finally kidnapped by Starkwood men and the weapon returns to enemies hands despite Jack efforts. But now here is the event: due to there was a leak of gas in the weapon, Jack had to stop it before Starkwood recovered it... and he was exposed to the virus.

This is the main plot of this installment, and its truly original and surprising. For the first time i really believe that Jack is about to die or being injured badly. Also, the other plots of the episode are very entertaining and truly good. There is action in this one, but its drama and its set ups are more remarkably. But that thing is not at all a problem.

So, another superb episode with a really big cliffhanger in the end.


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