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Tensions between Heller and PM Davies boil over, and one of them decides to take matters into his own hands. Jack proposes a plan to locate Margot by using someone unexpected as his bait. Jordan raises suspicions about Kate's husband.

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After the op that was supposed to net Margo fails, Heller decides to let Jack go ahead with his plan. Jack asks for Kate. He plans to go to a man who does business with Margo and tricks him into revealing where she is. But he needs to offer up Kate to the man. After killing Naveed, Margo was about to dispose of his body when they hear his cellphone and hear a voice mail from his sister. Margo sends Simone to find out if she knows anything and if so to deal with her. Heller informs the Prime Minister of Jack trying to find Margo. He is informed of Heller's condition and orders his own people to follow Jack. And the Russians are asking Mark when will they receive Jack and Mark finds himself in a spot because he forged Heller's name on the extradition document. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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Jack uses propofol to make Kate unconscious and there are a number of errors. First, propofol is milky white, not clear. Second, propofol is quick onset and quickly metabolized - one dose would not keep Kate unconscious for long. Third, there is no reversal (the arms dealer subsequently uses a reversal agent on her in the show to wake her up). See more »

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Kate Morgan: I'm having a hard time wrapping my head around you working for someone like Rask.
Jack Bauer: In the last 11 months, two of Rask's clients, significant clients, have been taken down. A human trafficking ring and an international drug cartel. I'm using my position in Rask's organization to make sure people like that can't keep doing business.
Kate Morgan: Why? Who have you been working for?
Jack Bauer: No one. This time I'm doing it for me.
Kate Morgan: And Rask wants to kill you.
Jack Bauer: I disappeared on him when I discovered the threat against ...
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24 builds up the final hours of its special day... And that's cool!
2 June 2014 | by (Spain) – See all my reviews

This episode is another proof of what this series is capable for in terms of entertainment, pace and tension. It stays true to the plot and also pulls the viewer into the thrill ride that the last 6 episodes would be. Don't forget that. With this episode the first half is over. And if I previously wrote that it could be a little less interesting, I have to say that after watching it again it's the best of the miniseries so far!

Jack and Kate working together is the highlight of an episode that works very well in the show terms. It feels rushed but in the best way. And the action, twists (Navarro is the mole game) and builds up for what is to come (terrific climax) is put together in a superb way.

24 can only surprise nowadays by the power of its characters and the power of its dilemmas. Not for its action or its urgency. But this episode is the best transitional (and the best pay off for some) episode ever and builds up the climax of the miniseries in a terrific way. Now there's no going back.

If this is the end of everything (24 should end, please listen to me!) it's gonna be a very big bang!


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