In the scene where Jack and Renee are interrogating Schecter about the location of Tony Almeida, there's a line omitted in Renee's speech according to the 24 preview (sneak peak) released in late 2007 to promote the beginning of season 7 in January 2008, which then was moved to January 2009.
When Jack says "It's your call!", Renee answers "Do whatever it takes" and then she says "Torture him if you have to". This last line is the omitted one in the episode.
When Jack is holding a gun to Schecter's head, we can clearly see that there is no clip in it.
When Ethan Kanin (Bob Gunton) enters the briefing room to tell the President that Aldridge is holding off his story, he calls him "Henry Aldridge" instead of "Kevin Aldridge".
Janis: Let me give you some advice. Most people don't like sarcasm. I, myself, have no problem with it, because I'm cheerful; I'm a cheerful person.
Hillinger: You're a cheerful person?
Jack: You want my help? You want my advice? Take it. You don't? Don't. I don't care.
Carlo Rota (Morris), Jayne Atkinson (Karen), Marisol Nichols (Nadia) and Peter MacNicol (Tom) are taken out of the main cast while Annie Wersching (Renee), Bob Gunton (Ethan), Cherry Jones (President Allison Taylor), Colm Feore (Henry), Janeane Garofalo (Janis), Jeffrey Nordling (Larry) and Rhys Coiro (Sean) are added to the main cast. Carlos Bernard is also added to the main cast for the third time.
Original International Air Dates:
Czech Republic: July 22, 2012 on FANDA
This is the second Joel Surnow-created series to feature a character called "Hillinger". Here, Rhys Coiro plays Sean Hillinger, and in La Femme Nikita, a character called Greg Hillinger was portrayed by Kris Lemche, who also featured as Chris Whitley in the prequel film to this season of 24, "Redemption".