24 (2001–2010)
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Day 3: 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. 

Jack and Chase try to track down the location of vials containing the virus. Wayne breaks into Sherry's house to get incriminating evidence as a paranoid Julia Milliken confronts Sherry.


Jon Cassar


Joel Surnow (created by), Robert Cochran (created by) | 4 more credits »




Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kiefer Sutherland ... Jack Bauer
Elisha Cuthbert ... Kim Bauer
Carlos Bernard ... Tony Almeida
Reiko Aylesworth ... Michelle Dessler
James Badge Dale ... Chase Edmunds
Dennis Haysbert ... President David Palmer
Penny Johnson Jerald ... Sherry Palmer
Paul Blackthorne ... Stephen Saunders
D.B. Woodside ... Wayne Palmer (as DB Woodside)
Zachary Quinto ... Adam Kaufman
Mary Lynn Rajskub ... Chloe O'Brian
Randle Mell Randle Mell ... Brad Hammond
Gina Torres ... Julia Milliken
Alexandra Lydon ... Jane Saunders
Glenn Morshower ... Aaron Pierce


Jack and Chase try to track down the location of vials containing the virus. Wayne breaks into Sherry's house to get incriminating evidence as a paranoid Julia Milliken confronts Sherry.

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This episode was followed by another webcast of 24Inside, with special guests Mary Lynn Rajskub ("Chloe O'Brian") and director Jon Cassar. See more »


When we see Jack and Saunders arrive at the hotel, there's a helicopter lifting off in the background. Then Jack calls Chase to tell him to bring Jane in, and the same helicopter lands and Chase and Jane step out. See more »


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Major Disappointments
27 May 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

Two major things happen in here with really disappoint me and are inconsistent from what I have seen in the first 22 episodes. The first - and most important - is the main villain "Steven Saunders" willing to forget about his plan the unleash the 11 vials of the virus to see his daughter spared, and the second is Sherrie leaving her house with her key evidence inside, just to have a short meaningless talk with the President.

These things wouldn't and shouldn't have happened. Saunders would not jeopardize all he worked years to achieve nor would he be in the mental state that allow him to be this sentimental in the end. Sherrie, the ultimate schemer, wouldn't jeopardize her position either.

Ås I said, two very disappointing turn of events in this show, a real cop-outs. If that's not enough, Jack also claims "Tony should get a medal" and wants him back on the case instead of charged as a criminal. Excuse me? The lets helps a mass murderer (Saunders) escape, perhaps sacrificing the lives of literally millions of Americans for one person....and he's a hero????

Man, this outstanding season is blowing it in the end. It actually has me rooting for the supposed good guys to lose which, of course, won't happen.

To make matters worse, it looks like the President is going to get off the hook, too, which is not justice in this instance.


(Hey - like many of you folks, I've invested a lot of time and emotion watching this season. I want everything to go my way, too!)

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18 May 2004 (USA) See more »

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