24

Season 1 Episode 4

Day 1: 3:00 A.M. - 4:00 A.M.

14
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Nov 27, 2001 on FOX
9.1
out of 10
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Jack breaks out of a locked down CTU so he can follow a lead from the key card. George Mason puts pressure on Jamey and Nina to learn of Jack's whereabouts. Palmer discovers who the source is that leaked the story about his son. Rick and Dan argue about how to handle Janet, while Teri and Alan run into an obstacle as they try to help their daughters.moreless

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  • Jack finds a link between his daughters kidnapping and the attempt on Palmer's life.

    8.5
    This episode puts the story in a new direction when a lock down forces Jack to escape the building and look at the lead from the key card but things get bad when he finds a man there who knows about his daughter and now knows that the Palmer situation is linked with his daughter With the storyline being 24 episodes long some parts are longer than what thy have to be but the writers do a good job on making each episode good enough and add enough exciting parts to keep you coming back for more.moreless
  • Jack narrowly avoids a lockdown, Teri and Alan continue to look for the girls, Palmer tells Sheri of Maureen Kingsley's story, lots of other stuff. . . .

    9.2
    In this episode, Janet York is laying unconscious in the middle of a street after being hit by a car. Kim pleads with her captors to return and get Janet medical attention. Dan and Rick decide to kill her instead. Also, Jack slips away from CTU to check out an address stored on the key card he got from Walsh. When he gets to the building at the address, what follows is one of my favorite chases so far in the series. Jack and a LA police officer work together to try to catch the guy. Teri and Alan York encounter some trouble when looking for Kim and Janet. This made fore some added suspense as Dan and Rick are making their way back to kill Janet. A fine example of how this show uses many forms of adversity to build suspense. The Palmer story really starts to get interesting about now as well. It's so hard to consider the story of one episode of 24, since so many things go on at once, and it's all part of a bigger picture. It's best to watch a whole season uninterrupted.moreless
  • Run Jack, run

    9.0
    Jack breaks out of a locked down CTU so he can follow a lead from the key card. George Mason puts pressure on Jamie and Nina to learn of Jack's whereabouts.

    Palmer discovers who the source is that leaked the story about his son.

    Rick and Dan argue about how to handle Janet, while Teri and Alan run into an obstacle as they try to help their daughters.

    In this episode Jack runs around a lot, most of his scenes are of him chaseing some dude now this was good but I would have liked to see more development here. The episode was probable the worst one yet but its still a 9 the season is awesome.moreless
  • Not BAd!!!!!!

    7.0
    Again, the writer managed to buy some time, with not much happening.



    Now the formula is understable, one case/task at every episode for Jack. This was the case in this episode for Jack, when he is running, trying to find some evidence, when George Mason is looking for him, making too much pressure in Nina and Jamie.



    This however turns to be good, even with that officer trying to help Jack catching this guy. This serves as a obstacle, since the Police is with the guy arrested for now.



    The final Scene is good, with Jack now fully involvement, make you a little curious what Jack will do to discover where is his Daughter.moreless
  • Much running.. not so much happening

    7.9
    When I loved last episode what really nailed me to the screen, then this one was not so exciting. It had maybe too much playing cat and mouse with bad guys than developing the storyline.



    The most intense was the beginning of the episode where we did not know if the other girl is going to make it - who is going to pick her up first - parents or those bad guys. And it was relief when it was shown that ambulance got there as the girl is onlyone who could help them to get to Kim.



    All the thing with that man who Jack was chasing... and all the CTU thing.. not too appealing but still exciting.moreless
Jose L. Vasquez

Jose L. Vasquez

Janitor

Guest Star

Kathy Byron

Kathy Byron

Woman

Guest Star

Wiley Pickett

Wiley Pickett

Simms

Guest Star

Richard Burgi

Richard Burgi

Alan York

Recurring Role

Carlos Bernard

Carlos Bernard

Tony Almeida

Recurring Role

Penny Johnson Jerald

Penny Johnson Jerald

Sherry Palmer

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (5)

    • When Jack asks Teri if Janet is out of surgery yet she replies "yea, the police are here". Then he says "call me when she gets out". Two things: one she is clearly not out of surgery, and two how does he know that if Teri said she was?

    • The police officer got confirmation that the call about Kim was made "approximately half an hour ago", but the call was made in the previous episode and the time of this scene was shown as 3:44AM, which would make that information false. It was closer to an hour ago.

    • When Palmer told Carl over the phone to leave future messages on his "802" phone, 802 is the area code for Vermont. Why would a Maryland senator have a number in a state he does not represent?

    • Goof: When Allan York got out of the car when pulled over, he closed the door. When he was talking to the officer, the door was open in the background, and when he walked back to the car to get in again, it was closed.

    • Goof: When Alan York and Teri Bauer drive away after being pulled over, their license plate is 4IEH746. Minutes later, when they see the ambulance, it's 4TWO520.

  • QUOTES (7)

    • Jessie Hampton: CTU. What the hell is that?
      Jack: Counter Terrorist Unit. Officer, this guy is not waiting around for me so you better shoot me or help me but decide now.

    • Aaron: I don't think you appreciate the seriousness of this threat.
      Palmer: I get serious threats every morning with my orange juice.

    • Sherry: There's been an assassination threat?
      Palmer: That's what all the fuss is about? And I thought it was something serious.

    • Jack: Keep him down at the exit. I'll try and go around on the other side. Don't hit him.
      Jessie Hampton: I won't.
      Jack: Don't hit me, either.

    • Palmer: What do we know Aaron?
      Agent Pierce: That these are serious people and they want you dead today.

    • Gaines: (to Kim) You're with me now. Be good you'll be back at the mall in a day or two. Be bad and you won't. Understand?

    • Nina: You trust Jamey?
      Jack: Walsh did. I trust you which means the three of us have to work together. From this point forward we have to assume that we can trust no one else.
      Nina: I understand.

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