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After finding out that Audrey's husband, Paul Raines, may have information about the override, Jack decides it's time for some "shock treatment". The lead that Curtis was following up on at... See full summary »


Jon Cassar


Joel Surnow (created by), Robert Cochran (created by) | 2 more credits »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kiefer Sutherland ... Jack Bauer
Kim Raver ... Audrey Raines
Alberta Watson ... Erin Driscoll
Lana Parrilla ... Sarah Gavin
William Devane ... James Heller
Carlos Bernard ... Tony Almeida
Roger Cross ... Curtis Manning
James Frain ... Paul Raines
Louis Lombardi ... Edgar Stiles
Geoff Pierson ... President John Keeler
Arnold Vosloo ... Habib Marwan
Cameron Bancroft ... Lee Castle
Dariush Kashani Dariush Kashani ... Ali
Angela Goethals ... Maya Driscoll
Richard Marcus ... Forbes


After finding out that Audrey's husband, Paul Raines, may have information about the override, Jack decides it's time for some "shock treatment". The lead that Curtis was following up on at the Rockland Building proves to be vital, just as the remaining 5 nuclear reactors prepare to meltdown. Meanwhile, Tony does some interrogating of his own, and Driscoll deals with devastating news. Written by evakajetaniak

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Release Date:

28 February 2005 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Los Angeles, California, USA

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.82 : 1
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The Tales Of Marwan, Audrey, Jack, Paul & Curtis
10 November 2007 | by ccthemovieman-1See all my reviews

The beginning of this episode is extremely annoying and unrealistic. Jack has to interrogate Audrey's husband, who owns the building the terrorists operated out of. It get unpleasant but instead of demanding she leave the room, he asks her. Of course she's say "no, I'm staying." All the women in this show never do what you ask them. In real life, this is not an option - she leaves the room, period. But, no, she stays and is offended that Jack gets rough and the camera keeps showing her with shocked expressions. Give me a break!!! I wonder if this fickle woman is going to use this as an excuse to all of a sudden dump Jack, that he's not the sweet-and-sensitive type. Puh-leeze. Of course, I could be dead wrong, but I've never like this skinny chick from the first episode and question whether she and Jack are a good thing together. We'll see.

Meanwhile, Curtis does a nice job of getting out of a bad situation - sort of - and it looks like "Marwan," the head of this whole operation, might get caught. Now, everyone in C.T.U. knows he's the head man. They also know where he is, and that he has the "override." There's one big problem: the season is only halfway over! They can't finish. And.....sure enough....."Marwan" escapes.

At least the power plants are all shut down to avert a disaster, but they have to find this lead terrorist, anyway. He may have other things up his sleeve. They find out he worked, unknown to the company, at the McLennan-Forster, the third-biggest defense contractor in the country. One of the key people in their organization convinces the president of the company to not cooperate with the C.T.U. because it would be the end of their business. Nice, huh?

That's nothing: wait until you see what they do! Actually, it's pretty cool.

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