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Day 7: 1:00 p.m.-2:00 p.m. 

The President defies murderous demands, while Jack and his CTU colleagues unearth an FBI Agent and plant a wire on a deposed Prime Minister. Who's in the conspiracy?

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The President defies murderous demands, while Jack and his CTU colleagues unearth an FBI Agent and plant a wire on a deposed Prime Minister. Who's in the conspiracy?

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This is the first episode of "24" that was originally aired when George W. Bush was not the President of the United States of America (Barack Obama was inaugurated 1/20/09). During that span there were six fictional U.S. Presidents on the show: David Palmer, John Keeler, Charles Logan, Wayne Palmer, Noah Daniels and Allison Taylor. In addition, there was a seventh, off-screen, President, Hal Gardner, who presumably took office when Charles Logan was taken into custody. See more »

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The position of Samantha's legs keep changing when she lies dead in her apartment. See more »

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Chloe O'Brian: [Attempting to insert a miniature tracking device behind his teeth] Open your mouth please sir
Ule Matobo: What is that?
Chloe O'Brian: a tracking device, so we can know where you are.
Ule Matobo: Are you with the FBI?
Chloe O'Brian: No, I'm a stay at home mom.
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Not As Good As The Previuos, But Saved By Its Suspense
19 December 2010 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

This episode is less strong than all the previous of the season, but stills being in a meaningfully way in the events of the day.

Tony kills Emmerson to save Jack and they explain the true plan to the Matobos. Bill and Chloe manage to save Renee and even introduce her to their crusade against the corrupted government and to save the country from the threats of Dubaku. Henry Taylor, who is paralyzed, is witness of the murder of Samantha (the woman who was his son's girlfriend and also who alert him about that body of lies about the dead of Roger) killed by Brian, the secret service agent (who also has another partner in the conspiracy: agent Vossler). After that, Brian tries to kill Henry like if the First Gentelman kills himself. But Henry is suddenly no longer paralyzed and he is finally able to kill Brian. Also, in the end, Jack, Tony, Bill, Chloe and now Renee get closer on in Dubaku trace and they go to his hideout. In the last minute of the hour, Dubaku orders a deadly attack.

My main problem with this episode maybe could be the non so fast pace that it has. It's not as explosive as the previous and it's not as fast as previous. But the events that take place here are as necessary and as interesting as the latest. And the best part of this one was Henry's plot. It was truly suspenseful.

8,5/10.


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