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"24" Day 7: 5:00 a.m.-6:00 a.m. (2009)

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11 May 2009 (Season 7, Episode 22)
Jack and Renee pursue the final canister, which is on the Metro, ready to explode. Chloe and Janis match wits. Kim sits at the airport about to fly home, while a cover up begins at the White House. | Full synopsis »
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Brad Turner 
Writing credits
Joel Surnow (created by) &
Robert Cochran (created by)

Evan Katz (written by)

Produced by
Brannon Braga .... co-executive producer
Jon Cassar .... executive producer
Juan Carlos Coto .... co-executive producer
Manny Coto .... executive producer
David Fury .... executive producer
Paul Gadd .... producer
Alex Gansa .... co-executive producer
Howard Gordon .... executive producer
Brian Grazer .... executive producer
Joseph A. Hodges .... co-producer (as Joseph Hodges)
Chip Johannessen .... consulting producer
Evan Katz .... executive producer
Michael Klick .... producer
Stephen Kronish .... co-executive producer
Kiefer Sutherland .... executive producer
Brad Turner .... co-executive producer
Original Music by
Sean Callery 
Cinematography by
Rodney Charters (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Elisa Cohen 
Casting by
Peggy Kennedy 
Debi Manwiller 
Production Design by
Joseph A. Hodges  (as Joseph Hodges)
Art Direction by
Caroline Foellmer  (as Caro Foellmer)
Set Decoration by
Cloudia Rebar 
Costume Design by
James Lapidus  (as Jim Lapidus)
Makeup Department
Audrey Futterman-Stern .... key hair stylist
Ania Harasimiak .... key makeup artist
Dee Mansano .... key makeup artist
Michael Marcellino .... key hair stylist
Production Management
Michael Klick .... unit production manager
Amanda Mace .... post-production supervisor (as Amanda Howell)
Craig West .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nicole Burke .... first assistant director
Craig Langus .... dga trainee
Rebecca Levinson .... second second assistant director (as Rebecca Gaither)
Aaron Penn .... second second assistant director
Mark Rabinowitz .... second assistant director
Wendy Bledsoe .... second second assistant director day player (uncredited)
Art Department
Randy Gunter .... property master
Jim O'Donnell .... set designer
Philip Stone .... construction coordinator (as Phil Stone)
Damon Bowden .... paint supervisor (uncredited)
Cassandra de Cuir .... set decorating coordinator (uncredited)
Jennie Harris .... assistant set decorator (uncredited)
Matt Sullivan .... art department assistant (uncredited)
Sound Department
William Dotson .... sound supervisor
William Gocke .... production sound mixer (as Bill Gocke)
Ken Kobett .... re-recording mixer (as Kenneth Kobett)
Mike Olman .... re-recording mixer (as Michael Olman)
Todd Overton .... boom operator
Vic Radulich .... dialogue editor (uncredited)
Cathie Speakman .... supervising adr editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Scott Blackwell .... special effects coordinator
Stan Blackwell .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Olivier D. Benamou .... computer graphics (as Olivier Benamou)
Mark Marcum .... computer graphics supervisor
Jeff Cadiente .... stunt coordinator
Richard King .... stunt double: Carlos Bernard (uncredited)
Marc Schaffer .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Bruce DeAragon .... assistant camera operator
Jay Herron .... camera operator
Jonathan Sharpe .... assistant camera operator (as Jon Sharpe)
Guy Skinner .... camera operator
David St. Onge .... gaffer
Anthony Vietro .... key grip
Tim Whittet .... playback operator
Titus Mischke .... best boy grip (uncredited)
Scott Odermann .... grip (uncredited)
Satoshi Yamazaki .... rigging grip (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jean Rosone .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Jessica Bupp .... post-production coordinator
Melanie Goldstein .... assistant editor
Joe Lindquist .... post-production assistant
Jim Darby .... on-line editor (uncredited)
Larry Field .... final colorist (uncredited)
Music Department
Jeff Charbonneau .... music editor
Larold Rebhun .... music mixer
Transportation Department
Hal Lary .... transportation coordinator
Other crew
Geoff Aull .... script coordinator
Kim Barnhart Posly .... production coordinator (as Kimberley Barnhart)
Kelly Boris .... assistant to producer
Drew Bryden .... production secretary
Jose Cabrera .... assistant to producer
Robert Cochran .... executive consultant
Matt Dargert .... production assistant
Adam DaSilva .... assistant to producer
Teodore Dell'Amico .... assistant production coordinator (as Teo Dell'Amico)
Baptiste Derivel .... assistant production coordinator (as Baptiste De Rivel)
Clay Dodder .... assistant location manager
Yoshi Enoki Jr. .... location manager
Leo Fialho .... assistant location manager (as Leo A. Fialho)
Alexandra Gaines .... production assistant
Mariana Galvez .... unit publicist (as Mariana A. Galvez)
Holly Lin Henderson .... production assistant
Shauna McGarry .... script coordinator
Anne Melville .... script supervisor
Christina Northrup .... assistant to producer
Tony Pacheco .... production accountant
Matthew Price .... production assistant
Matthew T. Price .... production assistant
Patrick Priest .... production assistant
Kim Reynolds .... assistant to producer
Joel Surnow .... executive consultant
Amy D'Alessandro .... titles (uncredited)
Stanley Glass .... special technical advisor (uncredited)
Guillermo Lecuona .... title designer: main title sequence (uncredited)
Chris Liang .... second assistant accountant (uncredited)
Charles A. Tamburro .... aerial coordinator / helicopter pilot (uncredited)
Larry Davenport .... in memory of
Crew believed to be complete

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43 min | Germany:42 min
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This has been going on for too long., 2 June 2014
Author: Wim Boeren ( from Belgium

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The first half of the episode is pretty bad. The fact that Jack is still on the field doing his job is ridiculous. Not only is Jack way too emotionally involved, he's also dying, has memory loss and is extremely unstable at this point. I get using him as an adviser and a source of information and to establish tactics. But to actually use him on the field to get to Tony, his only friend who is now responsible for so many deaths and working for terrorists, that's beyond utterly stupid.

24 has always used a lot of technology, technology that doesn't even exist yet. But for me, hacking into the ear piece of Jibraan who's being watched by Tony and his team without them noticing, that's a step too far to be believable. Even the one that was watching Jibraan in the train didn't notice him talking to himself and looking all around him to find a package.

What happened to Jack's memory loss anyway? He was forgetting stuff just a few hours ago and kept repeating himself. Now he's even the guy who takes the bomb and runs it to a safe place. Why him? What if he has some kind of breakdown or attack, falls and causes all around him to die of poisoning. And how could they be so sure it was the bioweapon anyway. It could've been an explosive device too, why not? Yet they didn't even ask anything about it and just assumed it the gas could be isolated.

I'm also getting sick and tired of all the plot twists. It's just too much. The first season(s) of 24 were tailor made for the 24-hour format. The story was made with 24 episodes of 45 minutes in mind. But the longer the series kept on, the later seasons kept pushing and pushing and making more and more forced plot twists to get to those 24 hours. In my opinion the series had to either finish after season 5, or at least had to change the format to something more loose. I haven't started watching the new "24: live another day" series but it has only 12 episodes and that sounds very good to me. It's what the series has needed for a long time and I'm already looking forward to it. They should've changed it to 12 episodes after season 5.

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