24: Season 8, Episode 6

Day 8: 9:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. (1 Feb. 2010)

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Jack is set up, Renee makes a sacrifice, and Dana sends her ex into a police warehouse. Meanwhile, an arms trader deals with his sons, and the President buys time.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Sergei Bazhaev (as Juergen Prochnow)


Undercover Agent Renee Walker confronts her painful past when attempting to broker a deal with a ruthless, but very well-connected German arms dealer. When CTU shifts its focus from the perilous circumstances surrounding Jack and Renee, lead analyst Dana Walsh comes up with a plan to quell her situation and Chloe O'Brian puts Arlo Glass in his place. As Jack and Renee's undercover mission takes unexpected turns, the Hassan family turmoil has President Taylor reeling as the peace agreement is jeopardized. Written by FOX Publicity

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sniper | double cross


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For the final act of the hour, the clock lead-in started with the high beep instead of the usual low beep. See more »


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Solid main plot continues to keep afloat what otherwise is a flawed season of "24".
12 April 2010 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

As expected, Jack and Renee's main plot continues to be the most interesting aspect of the season, providing us personal conflicts with the best two characters of the show right now. However, unlike the majority of the seventh season, this season's choice of subplots has been nothing but bad. Although Hassan and Bazhaev's subplots can be endured long enough (even if it seems that the Bazhaevs thing will become totally irrelevant in a few hours), the Dana subplot is still ridiculous and overlong. Knowing in advance the plot twist of Episode 13, it can be considered "partially" necessary, but if the real intention was this all along, at least they've could rewrite the whole subplot or think of another thing.

On the positive side, Annie Wersching and Kiefer Sutherland give convincing performances, as always, and Jack's cover as the German dealer with Harry Potter glasses was kind of hilarious and very unusual for a serious character like Jack Bauer and a show like "24". Several times during the scene, it seemed like Kiefer was on the verge of laughing. (P.S.: This is the first and only time in the whole show in which Jack smoked. Amazing. Kiefer couldn't resist his smoking habit not for one second while he was filming).

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