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Season 6, Episode 10
Episode Synopsis: Chloe covers for another agent; Milo is thrown into unfamiliar duties; and Jack faces a hard compromise. Reed Pollock: Chad Lowe. Marilyn: Rena Sofer.
Original Air Date: Feb 19, 2007
Guest Cast James Cromwell: Phillip Bauer Rade Sherbedgia: Dmitri Gredenko Chad Lowe: Reed Pollock Rena Sofer: Marilyn Bauer
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Season 6, Episode 10
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Length: 44:00
Aired: 2/19/2007
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March 12, 2007: 6 pm — 7 pm Season 6, Episode 10

First off, many thanks to Todd Thatcher for filling in last week - I can't believe I missed Jack cutting a guy's finger off! Remind me next year that vacations are for sissies. And I know that some of you were grumbling about Mr. Bauer's tendency towards creating international incidents inside foreign consulates, but c'mon: Russia and China are two totally different countries. As for this week, where do I even begin? Apparently on the scale of "Hell hath no fury like a whack-job First Lady scorned," arterial stab wound trumps pelting your ex with bits of kiwi. Good to know. And while we're at it, show of hands: who thinks Jean Smart is a complete badass? Somehow I'd actually forgotten how much fun it was to watch Martha Logan oscillate between cogent human, simpering waif and saucy femme fatale. (Her delivery of "I need a drink" flooded me with the glory of Margo Channing, Gilda Farrell and Annie Wilkes all rolled into one.) More importantly, you know how taken I must be with a performance to bury my one-woman hallelujah chorus this deep Aaron Pierce! Great googily moogily, we've missed you! The interminable wait to see what had become of our favorite former Secret Service agent was absolutely worth it, if only to hear him tell Charles Logan, "I no longer have to tolerate your sarcasm." I feel like a kid on Christmas who asked for an Easy-Bake Oven and got the keys to the Dolly Madison Bakery instead. All this and Ricky Schroder, too? Thanks, Santa! And just FYI, I'm printing up a batch of "Powers Boothe '08" bumper stickers if anybody wants in. I have no idea what the man's personal politics are, but I'm sold simply by the idea of watching him school the opposition in a live presidential debate. "I'm still talkin'!" Yes sir, you certainly are. Just please don't blow us to Kingdom Come. show less
First off many thanks to Todd Thatcher for filling in last week I cant believe I missed Jack cutting a guys finger off Remind me next year that vacations are for sissies And I know that some of you were grumbling about Mr Bauers tendency towards creating international incidents inside foreign consulates but cmon Russia and China are two totally different countriesAs for this week where do I even begin Apparently on the scale of Hell hath no fury like a whack-job First Lady scorned arterial stab wound trumps pelting your ex with bits of kiwi Good to know And while were at it show of hands who thinks Jean Smart is a complete badass Somehow Id actually forgotten how much fun it was to watch Martha Logan oscillate between cogent human simpering waif and saucy femme fatale Her delivery of I need a drink flooded me with the glory of Margo Channing Gilda Farrell and Annie Wilkes all rolled into one More importantly you know how taken I must be with a read more

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Premiered: November 06, 2001, on FOX
Rating: TV-14
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Premise: An exciting and edgy real-time action series about U.S. counterterrorist agent Jack Bauer trying to save his country from foreign and domestic enemies in the course of 24 grueling hours (with each hour a separate episode). The series took a great concept and executed it superbly, juggling taut storylines with forceful performances and a stylish, gritty look. Which made it easier to forgive some of the more foolish and implausible subplots, many involving Jack's crisis-magnet daughter, Kim.

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