24

Season 4 Episode 8

Day 4: 2:00 P.M. - 3:00 P.M.

6
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Feb 07, 2005 on FOX
9.0
out of 10
User Rating
346 votes
13

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Episode Summary

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Jack and Audrey hide out with an embittered Tony as Audrey makes a positive identification of the man from the kidnapping.
Marianne successfully diverts suspicion from herself, leading Driscoll to torture the wrong person for information.
 Behrooz takes Dina to a hospital for medical attention, but the doctor becomes suspicious of her gunshot wound and phones the police.moreless

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  • Mostly about Tony

    7.5
    Major sub plot in this episode is when Tony tells what he has been upto all this time and it was Jack and Palmer who got him out of prison, you will know with whom he is living with. Tony appears or pretends to be completely uninterested in what is going on. The other scenes seemed to be created just to buy some more time
  • The Mole Plot is Over!!!!

    7.0
    Compared with the previous episode, this episode is not great , it is a little slower than the previous episode and have some fillers.



    The good news is that the mole inside CTU plot is now over. This all episode is about the mole.



    The Navi situation was a complete filler that hardly serves for anything, only for the writers buy more time until Jack finds them.



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  • Finding the mole, again

    8.8
    Again, we have a mole in CTU. Ok, we knew it. But now they are just trying to catch her and they got the wrong one - Sarah is arrested as Marianne is very good at confusing the ground.



    What else.. we learn what Tony has been doing meanwhile and why he is out of prison and we get some really depressive talks from his side but when Jack is leaving, he goes with him.



    What else happened? Behrooz and Dina go to doctor and they have to run as police is called and they are in quite a big trouble as the father is after them.moreless
  • Domestic comedy

    6.0
    Jack, Audrey, and Tony are treated to a quiet (and boring) storyline at the latter's house. It's a nice attempt at character development on Tony's part, and there are some rather funny lines, but it ultimately leaves me disinterested.

    Based on the events of the previous hour, a mole search is instigated at CTU, leading to a self-contained plot where Sarah Gavin is wrongly accused and tortured. But Edgar proves his worth by confirming Sarah's innocence and implicating Marianne. w00t, I guess.

    For once, the Araz subplot disappoints. Navi and Marwan appear in only one scene, and all they do is exposit for the audience. Dina and Behrooz are trapped in a filler storyline where they go to a hospital and almost get arrested thanks to a suspicious doctor. It sucks all the way.

    Jack finally finds the identity of the white guy at the compound and goes to arrest him, while Audrey is driven back to CTU. But because the writers see no point in bringing Tony back for barely two episodes, he decides to go with Jack and help lessen his chances of getting killed (like Jack really needed his help).

    S4's unoriginality pops up again with the ending, and this whole episode basically lacks the special flare that many others have. No, I'm not talking about the kind of flare in a car explosion (even though there WAS one).



    Hourly Highlight:

    "I can have him killed."moreless
  • Jack takes Audry to a place to see if she r'gnizes they guy from her k'napin Bad guys come, so they have to hide Jack calls Tony The bad guys find them and they run outta gun ammo and when u think no one can save them Tony comes in and kills the bad guysmoreless

    10
    I love this episode! its so cool how they brought tony back into the show, and how he came outta jail. i love it how u think that Jack and Audrey are in trouble when they run outta gun ammo, but Tony saved their lives. This episode also has some funny quotes:



    Tony: What kind of communication do you need?

    Jack: A Wi-fi and a hard line.

    Tony: Alright, we'll go back to my place.

    (Jack nods)

    Jack: Thank you, Tony.

    Tony: Wait till you see it before you thank me. (Jen walks out of room, Jack pulls gun on her)

    Jen: Oh god! Who the hell are you?

    Tony: Jack, it's okay. This is...my friend, Jen.

    Jen: Tell him to play with his guns outside! Jack: I'm sure you're wondering what's going on.

    Tony: Not really, no. Tony: Watch your step, the dog next door likes our yard. Audrey: I've been through a lot today, and I'm sure when this is all over your boss will understand.

    Jen: And if he doesn't?

    Audrey: I can have him killed. i love Carlos Bernard and i REALLLYYYY hope that they somehow bring him back from the dead!!



    TONY HAS MY HEART--- i luv u tony

    xoxomoreless
David Newsom

David Newsom

Scott Borman

Guest Star

Roxanne Day

Roxanne Day

Jen Slater

Guest Star

Michael Hyatt

Michael Hyatt

Marcy

Guest Star

Carlos Bernard

Carlos Bernard

Tony Almeida

Recurring Role

Jonathan Ahdout

Jonathan Ahdout

Behrooz Araz

Recurring Role

Roger R. Cross

Roger R. Cross

Curtis Manning

Recurring Role

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (3)

    • At Tony's house, Tony tells Jack he has software that can help him reading the flash disk, when he gives the disk to Jack, you can clearly see that it is an HP (Hewlett Packard) OEM CD.

    • Jack tells Tony he needs a Wifi and a computer to transmit the video. When he transmits the photos, we hear a modem initialize the connection, yet a wifi-ethernet connection is silent.

    • We can see Tony's house number to be 21048, but on the phone with Heller Jack says it's 21408.

  • QUOTES (7)

  • NOTES (2)

    • Beginning with this episode, Carlos Bernard is credited as Special Guest Star (the same way he was credited for most of Season 1.)

    • During a commercial break in this episode, Kiefer Sutherland broke character to give a public service announcement regarding the portrayal of Muslims and terrorists on the show. He assured the public that 24 is merely fictional and that Muslim-Americans stand firmly against terrorism. The PSA addressed a recent controversy created by the Council on American Islamic Relations, who objected to the depiction of the Araz family on the show.

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