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Season 6 Episode 11

Day 6: 4:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.

4
Aired Monday 9:00 PM Feb 26, 2007 on FOX
8.5
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Lennox tries desperately to escape from Reed as Wayne makes final preparations for his joint speech with Assad. Chloe continues to cover for Morris as Nadia becomes more suspicious. Jack meets with Ex-President Logan and learns that a lead to Gredenko's whereabouts may be located within the Russian consulate.moreless

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  • Da bomb diggity! (I get the feeling I've used that one before)

    8.0
    The stuff of underratedness is coming our way big time! The White House bunker is the place to be, as Wayne and Assad are finally attacked after hours of talk and buildup. The presidential storyline alone scores ten chewed nails out of ten. I believe that it gets more screentime than Jack, but that's fine with me!Oh dear, the writers couldn't avoid throwing in a dumb filler subplot for the CTU gang. But at least Morris' would-be drunkenness isn't as annoying or as long-lasting as certain others I dare not mention. Meanwhile, Fayed gets no onscreen glory and Gredenko's evil plan is revealed to be aerial drones! How…dumb.Jack meets with ex-President Charles Logan, who has apparently turned his back on the Dark Side. As they make plans to pursue the next big lead of the day, Wayne reluctantly grants Logan a furlough from house arrest. Not exciting but certainly interesting, and I'm glad Jack gets some downtime, if only for realism's sake (WHAT?!).Well, in terms of real-time, this is one of the more realistic episodes of the season. And it's nice to have a director (Tim Iacofano) who isn't afraid to use the split screen for more than just phone conversations and act openings. The last ten minutes are the cream of the crop; I am reminded of the final act of "Day One: 7am - 8am," and I am almost tempted to watch the next episode's previews. Seriously, I was, and that hadn't happened in quite a while. Insanity.Hourly Highlight:BOOM! More insanity.moreless
  • Blowing this off...

    8.5
    Ok, we finally get what a many episode has lead - the president punker storyline - Lennox's storyline. I was wondering where it is going and now we know - they tried to blow of president and Assad.



    Ok - Jack.. what he has been doing - trying to get Logan out of house arrest and get to the consulate.. but it has been not the most exciting storyline and to be honest, it was much weaker than all the excitement in White House.. to be honest, this was first episode where that happened.



    And Morris storyline.. oh - how long this is going? Nothing new.. same old thing...moreless
  • An intresting episode.

    10
    Well obviously the key thing that happened in this episode was Wayne Palmers assinating... omg (well failed assination) but what a shock that was. Ans poor Tom! Stuck right in the middle of all of this. I really did not think the bomb was going to go off but it did. So Morris seems to be on the edge also.... wonder where that story will lead. So Charles Logan thinks he can save he day, why do i think not? I still think he is dodgy even if he is a 'changed man'. I really like how this episode ended and i am intrested to see where the story will lead.moreless
  • While Charles Logan is planning a comeback, the plot to kills the president is taking place...

    8.9
    I enjoyed a lot this episode...it shows 2 important events in my opinion: Charles Logan after two years of disgrace, is planning to use the actual evens in his won benefit... the second the plot to kill the president... Although Logan does everything to sound as a worried citizen trying to help to the vanquish of the terrorists, i felt sure he has another agenda...Those verses from the 40th Psalm are revealing...Reed arranges to get the bomb to explode, and he may even succeed ,although Assad find the bob seconds before it explodes...Adventurous and unpredictable episode, filled with a lot of great moments.moreless
  • It was ok, I still don't feel like the show is really picking up speed. I love the stuff with Morris & Chloe though, however, for some reason, I don't really care if this season's president dies....sorry.moreless

    8.1
    Well for the most part this episode was okay, I don't know, I'll just say first and foremost, I like the storyline between Chloe and Morris, its interesting and emotional, and adds some reality to the show that is kind of lacking, although it does seem to be overshadowing some of the CTU drama I'm used to from previous season. I'm not sure I get some of the stuff with the President, they wanna kill the guy because they don't like the decisions he's made? I don't think I buy it. I find myself not really caring whether the President is killed or not, there just doesn't seem to be that urgency see involved as it was with President Palmer #1, although thats probably because everything regarding his assassination is being done in secret, maybe now that an assassination has been attempted the show will pick up a bit more. However even some of the stuff with this season's bad-guys seemed inserted awkwardly in this episode, I get that these guys are bad, I get that they have 3 bombs, what I don't get is why they're just wandering around talking on their phones talking about how they don't like working with each other. As I said before with the whole Chloe Morris seems to overshadow the CTU drama, alot seems to be about them and less about finding these terrorists, I still love it though. Okay episode overall, I'm not sure how it could have been better but it was okay.moreless
Gregory Itzin

Gregory Itzin

Charles Logan

Guest Star

Michael Reilly Burke

Michael Reilly Burke

Carson

Guest Star

Ajay Mehta

Ajay Mehta

Ambassador

Guest Star

Chad Lowe

Chad Lowe

Reed Pollock

Recurring Role

Adoni Maropis

Adoni Maropis

Abu Fayed

Recurring Role

Rade Serbedzija

Rade Serbedzija

Dmitri Gredenko

Recurring Role

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