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Season 6, Episode 5
Episode Synopsis: CTU and the Palmer administration are left reeling by the terrorist incident in Valencia, but terrorist Abu Fayed has problems of his own. Walid Al-Rezani: Harry Lennix. Hamri Al-Assad: Alexander Siddig.
Original Air Date: Jan 22, 2007
Guest Cast Adoni Maropis: Abu Fayed Harry Lennix: Walid Al-Rezani Alexander Siddig: Hamri Al-Assad
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Season 6, Episode 5
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Length: 44:00
Aired: 1/22/2007
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February 5, 2007: Day 6: 12 pm — 1 pm Season 6, Episode 5

Wow. About halfway through this hour, I was convinced that Philip Bauer was the kind of father who exacted discipline with the "I'm not angry, I'm disappointed" routine. Can you imagine coming in past curfew to a dogged look from those baleful eyes? You'd voluntarily ground yourself until prom. But as it turns out, Papa Bauer has a slightly more hands-on approach... as in, hands on your face until you asphyxiate following a lethal dose of hyoscine-pentothal. I'm a little disappointed to lose Graem so soon - I was rather enjoying watching Jack barrel through every emotion in the book while interrogating his brother: holding him, kicking him to the floor, apologizing, leveling a gun at his face. It's like watching Sybil torture a man for information. As for Pops, my red flag turned into a full-on certificate of evil authenticity as soon as Philip uttered the line "you deserved a better family, Jack. Not this. Not us." Way to over sell it, old man. On the whole, this hour seemed to show its cards a bit early across the board. Was there ever any doubt that the corrupted image on Morris' screen would turn out to be Morris himself? I'll admit, I bought the fake-out about his little brother falling victim to radiation poisoning. I figured the younger O'Brien was on his way to meet up with Edgar's mom (and Edgar, too, come to think of it) in that great collateral-damage warehouse in the sky, but it was pretty much a foregone conclusion that Morris would be the man charged with arming the rest of those suitcase nukes. I'm just relieved he'll be doing it against his will... or so we think. Even President Palmer's bold move wasn't very surprising; certainly after taking Karen's parting words to heart, he had to follow his gut and keep Tom Lennox at bay. The VP, however, could make things exciting - any time your country's second in command refers to a segment of the national population as "those people," you're looking at fireworks in the making. Line-of-the-night accolades go to Graem's wife, Marilyn, who panicked at the idea of herself and her son being left in Jack's care, and leveled him accordingly with a single sentence: "I've seen what happens when you try to protect people." Low blow, Other Mrs. Bauer - low blow, indeed. And finally, has anyone else noticed Jack's habit of pronouncing it "nuke-you-ler"? Is that a shout out to W? Or maybe it's just a reminder that Jack Bauer can whip anything - even the English language - into submission. show less
Wow About halfway through this hour I was convinced that Philip Bauer was the kind of father who exacted discipline with the Im not angry Im disappointed routine Can you imagine coming in past curfew to a dogged look from those baleful eyes Youd voluntarily ground yourself until prom But as it turns out Papa Bauer has a slightly more hands-on approach as in hands on your face until you asphyxiate following a lethal dose of hyoscine-pentothal Im a little disappointed to lose Graem so soon I was rather enjoying watching Jack barrel through every emotion in the book while interrogating his brother holding him kicking him to the floor apologizing leveling a gun at his face Its like watching Sybil torture a man for information As for Pops my red flag turned into a full-on certificate of evil authenticity as soon as Philip uttered the line you deserved a better family Jack Not this Not us Way to over sell it old manOn the whole this hour seemed to 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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