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Season 6, Episode 2
Episode Synopsis: Jack escapes from Abu Fayed and tries to warn CTU that Fayed, not Assad, is behind the bombings, and the strike on Assad should be canceled. Abu Fayed: Adoni Maropis. Walid Al-Rezani: Harry Lennix. Hamri Al-Assad: Alexander Siddig.
Original Air Date: Jan 14, 2007
Guest Cast Raphael Sbarge Alexander Siddig: Hamri Al-Assad Harry Lennix: Walid Al-Rezani Kal Penn: Ahmed Amar Eric Bruskotter Hrach Titizian: Zamil Adoni Maropis: Abu Fayed Steven Schub Patrick Sabongui: Nasir Scott William Winters Julie Quinn: I.A.A. staffer Van Epperson: Ticket Agent Megan Gallagher
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Season 6, Episode 2
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Length: 45:00
Aired: 1/14/2007
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January 15, 2007: 8 am — 9 am, 9 am — 10 am Season 6, Episode 2

Can somebody help me pick my jaw up off the floor? I can't think of anything more chilling than watching a mushroom cloud slowly rise over Los Angeles - but something tells me the brain trust at 24 can, and will, think of something over the next 20 hours. My adrenaline's settled down a little after last night's euphoria over having Jack Bauer back in action. But that certainly doesn't take away from the bounty of shocking developments here in Night Two: Jack goes demolition derby on the suspect he's tailing, and turns mock road rage into a handy setup for rudimentary radio surveillance. Mr. Nice meets his inner caveman when his family's lives are on the line, and beats a middleman to death. Chloe reveals that she and Milo briefly dated. President Palmer pardons the TV equivalent of Osama bin Laden. Jack. Kills. Curtis. I have to say, this show's insistence on taking out people we've grown to know and love makes me increasingly nervous for Chloe - I don't think I could take it if we lost her. But for Jack to make the choice between his honorable friend and a man responsible for the deaths of thousands - and worse yet, put a bullet through that friend's throat - you can see why it was enough to push him completely over the edge. (Outstanding vomit take, by the way.) I'm really hoping that this "broken man" theme isn't just a brief interlude before transitioning back to the Jack of yore, ready to sling on his Jackpack and do away with the bad guys one by one; it'll be far more interesting to see him struggle with his demons as this latest Very Bad Day gets progressively worse. A few other balls to keep in the air until next week: I suspect the Palmer boys had to put up with a lot of "I'm telling Mom" antics from baby sister Sandra growing up; Tom Lennox is not above taking matters into his own hands, which makes for good television; Kumar and Mr. Nice are both dead, so we need some new secondary characters, stat; four more suitcase nukes are out there, and suddenly it's not so implausible that every single one of them could go off. I think I speak for all of us when I say 10:01 can't get here fast enough. And as a side note, let me weigh in on the whole "where do we know jerky blond FBI agent from?" discussion. That's the long-haired Harvard guy from the bar scene in Good Will Hunting who got served by Matt Damon's wicked smarts. As memory serves, he did not, in fact, "like them apples." show less
Can somebody help me pick my jaw up off the floor I cant think of anything more chilling than watching a mushroom cloud slowly rise over Los Angeles but something tells me the brain trust at 24 can and will think of something over the next 20 hours My adrenalines settled down a little after last nights euphoria over having Jack Bauer back in action But that certainly doesnt take away from the bounty of shocking developments here in Night Two Jack goes demolition derby on the suspect hes tailing and turns mock road rage into a handy setup for rudimentary radio surveillance Mr Nice meets his inner caveman when his familys lives are on the line and beats a middleman to death Chloe reveals that she and Milo briefly dated President Palmer pardons the TV equivalent of Osama bin Laden Jack Kills Curtis I have to say this shows insistence on taking out people weve grown to know and love makes me increasingly nervous for Chloe I dont think I could 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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