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Day 7: 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 

Bauer decides to trust two former CTU colleagues, and he helps a third escape from the FBI.

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Bauer decides to trust two former CTU colleagues, and he helps a third escape from the FBI.

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The law firm Tanner calls for is Gage Whitney Pace, the same law firm Sam Seaborn worked for in The West Wing before joining White House staff. See more »

Quotes

Chloe: I'm glad you're with us.
Jack Bauer: I'm not with anybody until someone starts answering questions.
[turns to Tony]
Jack Bauer: Might as well start with you. Why are you not dead?
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Great turn of the events
19 December 2010 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

I love the way Season 7 is taken. If it follows that line with the same excellence, it will become easily the best season of the whole show.

This episode is quite important. Many questions are answered, and much more events happens quickly.

After the great escape from the Federal Building, Jack is taken by Tony and Bill to an improvised CTU and all the details: Tony faked his own death with help and is working undercover with another dangerous man named Emmerson. Jack manages to get introduce into Emmerson's band, whose next imminent target is The Prime Minister Matobo. While all this explosive events are happening, Renne Walker questions badly a man who knows what is the next target of the day and Henry Taylor faces an ultimate proof that shows that his son was truly murdered under the watching of his guardian from Secret Service.

This episode is not as good as the previous installment, but despite this fact it's a superb development of the events. Action and drama are well combined and Emmerson character is well presented and well suited.

But the best of the episode is it's ending, with Jack, Emmerson and Tony storming Matobo's house and Matobo and his wife hiding in a safety room, leaving the Emmerson team with nothing to do. Or yes?.

9,4/10.


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