24 (2001–2010)
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Day 5: 4:00 a.m.-5:00 a.m. 

Vladimir Bierko manages to escape custody and take control of a submarine, the Natalia, bent on getting his revenge against the US. Jack reluctantly teams up with Henderson in hopes of getting a lead on Bierko, while Martha helps Aaron.

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Jack Bauer
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Audrey Raines
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Chloe O'Brian
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President Charles Logan
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Bill Buchanan
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Curtis Manning
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Martha Logan
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Mike Novick
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Karen Hayes
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Graem Bauer
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Miles Papazian
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Joseph Malina
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Agent Davis (as Eric D. Steinberg)
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Vladimir Bierko manages to escape custody and take control of a submarine, the Natalia, bent on getting his revenge against the US. Jack reluctantly teams up with Henderson in hopes of getting a lead on Bierko, while Martha helps Aaron.

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A major plot point is a critical recording on a portable drive being erased. Chloe O'Brien, of all people, would have made a copy (probably several copies) of the recording before she did anything. See more »

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Russian henchman: We can't do much damage with one canister of nerve gas.
Vladimir Bierko: You're so wrong.
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24 Theme
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Written by Sean Callery
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An unlikely partnership
19 May 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The recording's erased, Bierko's escaped, and all leverage rests with Logan and Henderson. This episode really starts out as a bitter pill, but once it gets moving, it's a scorcher. Bauer and Henderson are reluctant allies in the search for Bierko and the twelve warheads (the guy parlayed his one remaining gas canister into a navy sub).

It's quite the 180 to go from despair back to full sprint, and this does a great job teasing the final two hours. The pressure really mounts.

8/10

Another shoutout to Gregory Itzin, who really plays up the smugness when the evidence is destroyed.


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