24 (2001–2010)
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3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. 

After handing out photos of all the assassins, Jack and Mason discover that one of Palmer's campaign staff is in a romantic relationship with Alexis Drazen. Teri and Kim are attacked in the... See full summary »


Stephen Hopkins


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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kiefer Sutherland ... Jack Bauer
Leslie Hope ... Teri Bauer
Sarah Clarke ... Nina Myers
Elisha Cuthbert ... Kim Bauer
Dennis Haysbert ... Senator David Palmer
Zeljko Ivanek ... Andre Drazen
Vicellous Shannon ... Keith Palmer
Xander Berkeley ... George Mason
Daniel Bess ... Rick Allen
Zach Grenier ... Carl Webb
Misha Collins ... Alexis Drazen
Henri Lubatti ... Jovan Myovic
Megalyn Echikunwoke ... Nicole Palmer
Kara Zediker ... Elizabeth Nash
Kevin Ramsey ... Ted Paulson


After handing out photos of all the assassins, Jack and Mason discover that one of Palmer's campaign staff is in a romantic relationship with Alexis Drazen. Teri and Kim are attacked in the safehouse. Keith confronts Carl Webb about the cover-up. Written by Derfel85

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Release Date:

19 March 2002 (USA) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Did You Know?


New recap monologue: "Right now, terrorists are plotting to assassinate a presidential candidate, my wife and daughter have been targeted, and people that I work with may be involved in both. I'm Federal Agent Jack Bauer, and today is the longest day of my life." See more »


After Agent Paulson escorts Teri and Kimberly into the bedroom and tells them to lock the door and wait there, the closed captioning reads, "Mom, I don't feel safe in here." The line doesn't remain on the soundtrack and was presumably cut pre-filming since Kimberly's lips aren't moving when it pops up. See more »


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Written by Darren Dumas
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Shame about the ending
19 December 2007 | by MaxBorg89See all my reviews

After 15 episodes of televised perfection, 24 hits its first false note. Overall, this sixteenth hour isn't bad, but the final scene is an example of lazy, contrived writing, something that earlier shows were proud not to boast.

And yet it all looked so good: forced to cooperate with George Mason to protect Senator Palmer, Jack shows pictures of potential assassins to Palmer's staff, only to learn one of the aids, Elizabeth Nash, is romantically involved with the prime suspect, Alexis Drazen. Further troubles arise when the safe-house where Teri and Kim are staying is attacked, leaving mother and daughter with no other choice but to run for their lives - again!

No, that's not the contrivance, in fact it helps to keep the suspense high. The real disappointment doesn't show up until the very last minutes, with the introduction of a twist that is typical of this genre and would actually suit the storyline if it involved the right character. Alas, that is not the case, which means it's up to the main plot to keep viewers hooked. It does.


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