24: Season 8, Episode 8

Day 8: 11:00 p.m.-12:00 a.m. (15 Feb. 2010)

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While nuclear materials are en route to Kamistanis attempting a coup, Kayla confronts her father, Dana makes a decision, and Jack endures torture.



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Sergei Bazhaev (as Juergen Prochnow)


While nuclear materials are en route to Kamistanis attempting a coup, Kayla confronts her father, Dana makes a decision, and Jack endures torture.

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Near the end of the episode when Cole Ortiz is entering the elevator and after he adjusted a buckle on a team member he presses some buttons on the elevator control panel and a graphic (similar to the turbo lift graphics in Star Trek) indicates elevator movement. Yet when the camera angle switches to outside the elevator we can see there is no movement because the doors are just about to close. See more »


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Jack Gets Tortured The Second Time Around
14 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Bazhaev, upon meeting Jack, has him tortured on suspicions of being a cop and knowing about the nuclear rods. Renee is brought to CTU; she is debriefed by Chloe, who agrees that she acted in self-defense in killing Laitanan. Hastings, knowing of her previous suicide attempt, orders Renee to be held at medical pending a psychological evaluation. Meanwhile, Dana tells Cole she has things about her life that she hasn't told him, but fails to go into any detail; she later heads to a strip club being patronized by Kevin and Nick, planning to kill them. Jack kills his torturer and escapes. He causes a power outage and is ultimately able to capture Bazhaev. Meanwhile, at the U.N., Kayla tries to confront her father about Tarin, but he only becomes overprotective upon learning Tarin is courting her. Jack puts Bazhaev on the phone with Hastings and President Taylor, arranging an immunity deal for himself and his son in exchange for the rods' location. Based on Bazhaev's information, Cole leads a team to the truck holding the rods, only to find the guards at the truck are dead, and the rods missing. The perpetrator left a clear signal: Oleg's crucifix. Josef has the rods and is planning to give them to Farhad, this time at an apartment complex.

In summary,here the events that happened during that hour:

1.Renee Walker stabs and kills Vladimir Laitanan. Jack tells her to maintain that it was self defense, which he will back up if the murder is investigated.

2.Cole Ortiz orders Arlo Glass to tell him what he knows about Dana's absence. Arlo shows him video of her meeting with Kevin Wade, then agrees to help Cole track her down.

3.Dana Walsh realizes that Kevin Wade will not leave her alone as he promised. She watches from across the street as they leave Club Starlight.

4.Sergei Bazhaev interrogates Jack Bauer about who he really works for. Jack escapes and takes Bazhaev into custody.

5.Jack Bauer secures an immunity agreement for Bazhaev in exchange for the location of the fuel rods. However, CTU teams find the truck empty and both guards dead, leading Sergei to realize his son has betrayed him.

6.Josef Bazhaev, now in possession of the nuclear rods, makes plans to meet with Farhad Hassan to make the trade.

This proves my point that it is the violent season of 24.The politics of torture it tries to indirectly "promote" (according to the show's critics) happens once again as Jack gets tortured the second time around in less than 24 hours.He is simply not human as he gets to recover from them right away just like the first one.Indeed,torture is something that Jack can take anytime and many times a day.

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