24 (2001–2010)
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Day 5: 2:00 a.m.-3:00 a.m. 

Jack's search for the recording takes him to an airport in the Valley. Bill Buchanan helps covertly.

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Karen Hayes
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Graem Bauer
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Miles Papazian
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George Avila
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Stan Cotter
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Hans Meyer
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Scott Evans
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Sue
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Storyline

Jack gets Henderson, but finds that the recording has been handed off. He tracks down the recording to a diplomatic flight. Jack gets on board, takes out the Marshal, and tries to discover who has the recording. Bill Buchanan is taken into custody, but is working covertly with Karen Hayes to help Jack. Jack eventually discovers who has the recording: the co-pilot. Written by John Lincoln

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1 May 2006 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Goofs

Chloe informs Jack that the co-pilot of the flight, Scott Evans, is working for Henderson. When Jack relays this information to the pilot, he mentions the name of the usual co-pilot, Don Faginson, despite the fact that Chloe never said it to him. See more »

Quotes

Bill Buchanan: You have no idea what you're dealing with you little ass kisser!
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24 Theme
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Written by Sean Callery
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Almost Got 'Im
19 May 2017 | by See all my reviews

An unusually subdued episode, but far from tedious. The president's increasingly being backed into an corner while Jack takes over a plane in search of the recording. Logan's co-conspirators (pretty much the Bluetooth brigade, led by Paul McCrane) are losing faith in him, Martha's losing the battle over repressing her conscience, and the good guys are slowly-but-surely drawing in (against all odds). This is Charles Logan against a wall, and Gregory Itzin wears that desperation well.

8/10


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