24: Season 7, Episode 5

Day 7: 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. (19 Jan. 2009)

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Jack helps terrorists kidnap a deposed prime minister while an FBI agent and the President's spouse are in grave danger.

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After they capture the Matobos Jack, Tony, and Emerson take them and Agent Walker to a safe location. Agent Moss has to not only find Walker but also deal with the fallout from her handling of Tanner's interrogation when the Attorney General's office looks into the matter. Henry Taylor goes someplace safe to get the thumb-drive decoded. Written by Derfel85

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When David Emerson closes the back doors of the van holding the Matobos, although he performs a locking motion with the handle, the door swings open slightly right before the cut. See more »

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Renee Walker: I'm sorry I couldn't protect you, sir.
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A fine hour though not as exciting as the previous one's have been this season.
19 January 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m. Jack, Tony and Emmerson have Matoba and his wife trapped in their panic room and try to force them out even making the threat of killing off one of his security guards. Jack suggest some home made gas, and one that can be made and used before the FBI shows up. They use the gas and in the end Matoba has no choice but open the door and let himself be taken. The FBI shows, well Renee actually. Renee is having issues with Malice after he finds out that she used torturing tactics to get Tanner to speak, he wants her to report back to headquarters now but she disagrees and stays on track with her objectives. She is taken by Jack and Tony and put into Emmerson's van where Jack later tells her the truth and they fake her death in front of Emmerson. She is then buried alive. Sean's wife is doing just fine. President Taylor officially agrees to an invasion despite Ethan's second thoughts on the tactic. Taylor also finds out that Matoba has been taken and demands that he is found immediately. Meanwhile her husband Henry is told to go to Samantha's house where he'll find the documents regrading his son's death but is betrayed by his closest security guard, who is responsible for his son's death.

All in all an exciting hour, though I wasn't quite on the edge of my seat as I was with the previous hours, but I guess that all goes to me and my own agendas in real life at the moment.

The story structure is very good and the suspense is well done.

The center theme with this episode is on trust more than about the character relationships.

The acting is superb though I felt Janeane Garofalo was a little stale compared to her last few hours as Janis Gold, and Colm Feore wasn't as engaging as he was within the last two hours.

An enjoyable hour, and a watchable one nonetheless despite some drawbacks.

8/10.


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