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Jack Bauer works with Chloe to retrieve a former member of her group who was selling information. President Heller's situation worsens after an attack and his condition appears to be worsening. Kate Morgan leads the hunt for Jack.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Mark Boudreau
Jordan Reed
Audrey Boudreau
Margot Al-Harazi
General Coburn
Ron Clark
Simone Al-Harazi
Chris Tanner


Kate begins an investigation into Chloe O'Brian, using her informer in the London police. Chloe returns to her hacker friends and is followed by Jack, who's trying to catch Yates, a hacker who's been hacking military drones and plans to murder Heller. The military believe one of their own was responsible for the attack and the death of four soldiers. Jack is getting close to Yates when the CIA intervene. Written by Andreea D

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5 May 2014 (USA)  »

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When Audrey is in the Presidential limousine, in the wide shots, her headrest is up. In close-ups, the headrest is down. See more »


Kate Morgan: Listen, I sent you the SIM number for a mobile phone from a stolen shipment. I need the numbers from every other phone in the same lot.
Det. Inspector Ken: Look, I've told you before, I'm not doing this anymore. It's getting too risky.
Kate Morgan: This is important, Ken.
Det. Inspector Ken: It's always important.
Kate Morgan: What do you think your DCI is gonna think when I tell him that you've been on our payroll for the last three years?
Det. Inspector Ken: You'd be in just as much trouble as I would.
Kate Morgan: You know, I seriously doubt that.
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Mantains The Level And Delivers Mostly Wonderful Entertaining
5 May 2014 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

Second Episode introduces the changes to the old formula (although there is little difference, and no jump forwards yet) and succeeds. It continues to be intense and rushed. If there's weakness in the plot is very well covered. The new characters are introduced deeper and the plot moves forward with class and in spectacular fashion.

Jack is now doing what he does best. He is on a race to stop attacks against President Heller... and then some? The twists won't be so shocking as in the golden days of the show but it's spectacular, it's true to its plot and doesn't have intention to boast an awful subplot or any ludicrous thing. The best thing of this new series (after its transition to the present days and introducing technology and drones as an unthinkable menace) is that are just 12 episodes. So the main plot is always present and always in movement and urgency. There is no transitions. Although there's dialogs and characters development. But in this second episode (very much like the first) is a great amount of action. The suspense never stops.

The actions and the limits that Jack Bauer is crossing to its goal are being very exciting and fairly fresh to the character.

Live Another Day has hooked me. And it will hook everyone who want to enjoy the bumpy ride. I hope that the level will be the same to the rest of episodes and I hope that this will reach an unforgettable and worthy climax to the series. The plot is promising and the execution delivers!

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