24: Season 7, Episode 7

Day 7: 2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. (2 Feb. 2009)

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Jack and his patchwork team race to prevent an act of terror against a chemical plant; the President's husband and an African Prime Minister remain in danger.

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Jack and his patchwork team race to prevent an act of terror against a chemical plant; the President's husband and an African Prime Minister remain in danger.

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While in the hospital, the patient has a tracheotomy, a tube in his neck to which the breathing tube is connected. In reality, he would not have this surgically placed airway under these circumstances. Also, as the tube is below the level of the vocal cords, either he would not be depending on the ventilator to breath (thus making Renee's action of cutting of his breathing impossible), or he would not be able to speak (which he is able to do easily), as this would require air to pass through his vocal cords. It is impossible to speak if you have a tube in your neck and you require a ventilator to breathe. See more »

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Back To The Fast Action!
21 December 2010 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

The following is the answer to all my possible complains about the last episode of this season. If the previous episode didn't amazed me like the others due to it was not so nerve cracking or it was mainly transitional (althought i say that it was another great episode to the season and it didn't disappointed me at all), this one is a great back to the fast action, the fast pace and the fast ride of emotions.

Jack, Renee, Bill and Tony storm Dubaku's site in order to find the CIP device. But Dubaku manages to escape. Meanwhile, the attack that he ordered is stopped successfully (although one guest character is sacrificed). But the world is in problems again when Agent Vossler (the other mole in the secret service who collaborated with Brian) kidnaps Henry Taylor. At the very end of the episode Jack, Bill and Renee decide to collaborate with The Madame President due to they can't complete their mission without more help.

This episode is excellent and very entertaining. One of the best of the season yet!. The action sequences are extremely well done and they are so spectacular. The script is almost perfect and it gives the audience all what they were looking for... and more.

Can't wait for the next.

9,6/10.


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