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Season 6, Episode 8
Episode Synopsis: Darren McCarthy runs into some trouble trying to deliver a specialist to Fayed, and those dissatisfied with President Palmer's handling of the crisis begin to align. Darren McCarthy: David Hunt. Rita: Missy Crider. Reed Pollock: Chad Lowe.
Original Air Date: Feb 12, 2007
Guest Cast David Hunt: Darren McCarthy Missy Crider: Rita Alexander Siddig: Hamri Al-Assad Rena Sofer: Marilyn Adoni Maropis: Abu Fayed Chad Lowe: Reed Pollock
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Season 6, Episode 8
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Length: 45:00
Aired: 2/12/2007
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February 26, 2007: 4 pm — 5 pm Season 6, Episode 8

"We're not cold-blooded murderers. We're just trying to save our country." It's a tough week for doctrine of all kinds: AA more or less ditches the "anonymous" part, Logan's been getting up close and personal with Bible verses that meet his ends, and the radicals behind eliminating the president put their money where their collective mouth is. I didn't have Weasel No. 2 pegged as a believer up until now - I figured he was selling the "save our country" angle just to get Lennox on board. But, sweating like a whore in church and looking ready to heave-ho at any second, that smooth-operating bastard went through with it! I'm pretty sure his display of mercy towards his mentor/hostage will be his undoing, whether or not the president survives. I'm putting my money on Palmer the Younger pulling through this one, but I hope he's learned a valuable lesson - this is what happens without Aaron Pierce on your Secret Service detail. Meanwhile, Jack's having a heyday in the meaningful-stare department. More awkward face-touching with Marilyn! Bitter contempt for the former President Logan! The chance to don a suit and tie! I wouldn't want to be that Russian consulate - nothing says "back in business and ready to torture" like a smart pair of cuff links. I also got a kick out of Jack telling Buchanan by phone that he'd debrief him later, and then promptly proceeded to debrief him then and there. Mostly, I just enjoyed the hell out of watching Jack and Logan take turns chewing the scenery - if there's one thing this week served to remind me of it, it's this: Gregory Itzin was robbed of an Emmy this year. Episode fun facts: - Morris' former AA sponsor is Bart Simpson! Good for you, Nancy Cartwright - way to make Kiefer & Co. scratch your back for getting them on your season finale come May. - I couldn't help but dial Chloe's cell-phone number, since it wasn't a lame "555" fakeroo... unfortunately all I got was a recorded message en espaƱol, with the words "Nextel phone for 24" sprinkled in for good measure. If anybody got something different, I'd love to hear the gory details; I was hoping for a snippy voicemail greeting from Ms. O'Brian herself. - Did you notice the code Reed used to detonate the bomb? 624 - as in, 24 Season 6. Clever. show less
Were not cold-blooded murderers Were just trying to save our country Its a tough week for doctrine of all kinds AA more or less ditches the anonymous part Logans been getting up close and personal with Bible verses that meet his ends and the radicals behind eliminating the president put their money where their collective mouth is I didnt have Weasel No 2 pegged as a believer up until now I figured he was selling the save our country angle just to get Lennox on board But sweating like a whore in church and looking ready to heave-ho at any second that smooth-operating bastard went through with it Im pretty sure his display of mercy towards his mentorhostage will be his undoing whether or not the president survives Im putting my money on Palmer the Younger pulling through this one but I hope hes learned a valuable lesson this is what happens without Aaron Pierce on your Secret Service detailMeanwhile Jacks having a heyday in the meaningfu 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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