Jack and Greer try to convince their superiors to lead a covert ground assault to capture Suleiman. Jack's double life costs him an important relationship.
Did You Know?
According to Patricia Riggen, director of episodes 103, 105 and 107, working with military advisers on Jack Ryan was "fascinating." The raid from Episode 107 is an example of a scene that contrasts the expected narrative of a 'guns blazing' hostage extraction and targeted killing operation, but, according to Riggen, Delta's slow and noiseless assault is much more realistic than other fictional military raids audiences may have seen. See more
When Dr. Nadler (portrayed by Matt McCoy
) receives the meds he asked for from Suleiman, Suleiman reminds Nadler what he asked for, antibiotics, acetaminophen, iodine, etc. Back in the "dungeon" where the medical personnel are held captive, he shares the medicine with the other team members, and then gets up to give some meds to the previous Arab terrorist cell leader who was usurped by Suleiman, and one of the medical team members asks Nadler what he is giving to the Arab? Nadler's answer is "he has had a fever for three days, his arm is broken, and....an aspirin tablet." This is incorrect, since Nadler neither asked for nor received aspirin (which is the most common trade name for acetylsalicylic acid), he asked for and received acetaminophen, which is the chemical and generic name for the medicine commonly known as Tylenol. Both are pain relievers and fever reducers, and both have chemical names which begin with "acet," but otherwise the two medications are quite different. See more
Jack Ryan (2017)
You know, there's a few other bars in DC where you can get a club soda and lime.
Uh, yeah. But if I went to one of those other bars, I might meet some friendly strangers, get into some conversation, end up having a good time. Only here, at this bar, can I sit next to a morose motherfucker in a J. Crew button-down. and be depressed all night...
Written by Jeffrey James Holstein
Performed by Jeffrey James Holstein See more