24: Season 8, Episode 16

Day 8: 7:00 a.m.-8:00 a.m. (5 Apr. 2010)

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A traitor makes a deal for immunity, while Jack and Renee race uptown to rescue a hostage.

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A traitor makes a deal for immunity, while Jack and Renee race uptown to rescue a hostage.

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While inspecting the Internet video feed of President Omar Hassan being held captive by Samir Mehran, Chloe O'Brian observes the light source in the room is through a window, describing it as true daylight because it is, "5,600 degrees kelvin." Unlike the degree Fahrenheit and degree Celsius, the kelvin is not referred to as a "degree", nor is it typeset with a degree symbol; that is, it is written K and not °K. See more »

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Shocking Ending
6 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The tension leading up to the end was really great, I didn't see the episode ending with Jake not being able to save Hassan but, was I the only one screaming at the TV, "stop the internet broadcast before it showed his death." I have only seen the episode once but I would have to say that because of the "live" internet broadcast, only to find out later it was taped, doesn't seem to fit with the timing of the "real time" nature of 24. Maybe the scenes of Hassan were early in the episode to allow for the taping and then broadcast, but I would have to see it again to pay attention for that. I am curious as to how the rest of the season will play out since Hassan is dead along with all of the terrorists that we have seen so far.


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