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Day 4: 9:00 a.m.-10:00 a.m. 

Jack trails a suspect while his supervisor has ordered C.T.U. to bring both of them in.

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Brad Turner

Writers:

Joel Surnow (created by), Robert Cochran (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Kiefer Sutherland ... Jack Bauer
Kim Raver ... Audrey Raines
Alberta Watson ... Erin Driscoll
William Devane ... James Heller
Jonathan Ahdout ... Behrooz Araz
Roger Cross ... Curtis Manning
Lukas Haas ... Andrew Paige
Louis Lombardi ... Edgar Stiles
Logan Marshall-Green ... Richard Heller
Lana Parrilla ... Sarah Gavin
Geoff Pierson ... President John Keeler
Mary Lynn Rajskub ... Chloe O'Brian
Nestor Serrano ... Navi Araz
Aisha Tyler ... Marianne Taylor
Tony Plana ... Omar
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Storyline

Jack continues to trail the suspect but Driscoll is against it. She orders everyone at C.T.U. to locate and capture Jack Bauer and the hostile he is tracking. He calls Chloe and asks for satellite coverage due to the fact that they are nearing the canyons. She agrees. The hostile Jack is tracking and two other men torture Andrew Paige, and just before the two men can kill him, Jack intervenes and snipes them. He continues to follow the hostile until he goes into a gas station. Jack urges Chloe to hurry but she says it'll take a little longer. Jack figures he needs to keep the hostile in there. He dons a mask and enters, ordering everyone to put their hands up. He is going to rob it to prevent the hostile from getting back on the road. Written by Alex Watson

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 January 2005 (USA) See more »

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Dolby

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Color

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1.78 : 1
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Goofs

In S04E02 when the blue Lexus drives through the gate at the train station parking lot exit, the car breaks the gate arm which falls down. In S04E03 in the 'Previously on 24' section in the same shot, the piece of arm falls down to a different place, which means different shots were used in the two scenes.

Also in the 'Previously on 24' section, when Jack goes though the same gate, the fallen piece is disappeared. See more »

Quotes

Sarah Gavin: Why are you always so impatient with everybody?
Chloe: Not everybody, just you.
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24 Theme
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Written by Sean Callery
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Things get moving
9 February 2009 | by MaxBorg89See all my reviews

The third hour of Day 4 is an improvement on the beginning of the season because it's more about the suspense and race-against-the-clock nature of the show than making us care about the new characters. Plus, it's an excellent showcase of how incredibly riveting Kiefer Sutherland's performance can get.

More than in previous seasons, Jack proves he can go all Dirty Harry when necessary, insisting that he needs to follow a suspect who might lead him to Andrew Paige, whereas Erin Driscoll prefers interrogating Secretary Heller's son (Logan Marshall-Green) and issues an order for Jack's arrest. His only ally is Chloe, who must come up with a scheme to help him without getting noticed, a task that proves less easy than expected when subordinates like Sarah Gavin (Lana Parilla) turn out to be a real pain in the ass. In addition, a new asset shows up at CTU: a certain Marianne (Aisha Tyler), who has a history with Curtis Manning (Roger Cross) and immediately raises the latter's suspicions.

In theory, one could accuse the writers of creative complacency, since a character like Marianne is bound to be untrustworthy, but given similar people in other seasons - most notably Gael Ortega in Day 3 - turned out to be the opposite of what the audience suspected, chances are something different is in store. The main center of interest, however is the already mentioned revival of a plot element that never becomes boring, namely Jack's justified tendency to go rogue. In particular, this episode's ending suggests that development will be more fun this time than it has ever been before.


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