Jack is captured by a group of men working for an oil magnate named Peter Kingsley who's looking to capitalize on the coming war. Lynne Kresge discovers that Vice-President Prescott is planning on seizing the presidency by way of the 25th Amendment. President Palmer deals with some increasingly impatient Joint Chiefs of Staff. Kate and Yusef are attacked by angry American citizens when they try to get the chip behind the Ali recording back to CTU.
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This episode received minor controversy (mostly due to Jack's torture scene) from the Parents Television Council (an anti-violence/sex/language organization), being named the least family-friendly program on television that week. See more
By locking Lynne in a room, it's legally considered kidnapping and Mike wouldn't have been able to get away with it. Furthermore by guarding the door, Isberg would be charged as an accessory. See more
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Written by Sean Callery See more