When President Taylor put the card into her computer it started the video part way through. It skipped the part where he said that he always started conversations with saying he was sorry.
This episode does not have a "previously on...", it is the only non-premiere episode to do so besides the pilot episode.
When Jack makes his recorded speech, he says "This peace is fraudulent, and I cannot in good conscience allow the people that lost their lives today to go unspoken for. You reminded me of that earlier today. That's who I am." In the closed-captioning it says "Kim, you reminded me of that earlier today."
This is the only episode of 24 to end with a clock counting down to 00:00:00 instead of the hour the episode ends at.
Yuri Suvarov's signature is in Latin alphabet, not Russian one. Likewise, Dalia Hassan signs her name in also Latin, not Arabic despite her country's Middle Eastern background.
Dalia Hassan is confirmed Muslim when she gives President Taylor her husband's pen with Islamic greeting engraved on its box; however, throughout the season she does not adhere to strict Muslim clothing customs.
When Jack walks up to the delivery entrance of the hotel where he is about to ambush Logan's motorcade, there's a big trash bin right behind him at the wall to the right. In the last scene of the episode, when Jack is standing outside Novakovich's hotel, the exact same trash bin with the same graffiti on it can be seen behind Jack, this time loaded with trash bags.
This would be the second time Jack planted a bug on Logan. He bugged him in Season 5 to get him to incriminate himself. And Jack planted the bug after confronting Logan, which is what he did in Season 5.
It can clearly be seen that Charles Logan and one of his guards are not in the limousine when they pull into the tunnel.
The press secretary's speech appears to be a recording, or at least it seems like it.
When Logan turns off the TV for the first time, the secretary utters the words: Mrs Hassan.
And when Logan turns the TV on again, the same words are uttered by the secretary.
When Jack is watching the video of Dana talking to Pavel it has him getting up to get a drink and then all of a sudden she is on screen and they are facing each other. When Ricker is watching the video later, you see her walk on screen.
The loop that Arlo made shows Cole sitting in a corner, however, when the loop ends, Cole is standing at the door of the cell. That would easily reveal the loop.
When Chloe asks Cole about Jack, she mentions that she only has 90 seconds before Arlo's hack is traced. However, Arlo's earlier text reveals that Chloe is safe for only 60 seconds.
Annie Wersching (Renee) appears in this episode but has no lines.
It took Jack over four minutes to go up the elevator and Chloe about 10 seconds.
This would be the first time that Jack Bauer shares a scene with a present or future President in more than one season. He of course met President Taylor in Season 7 and now in this episode.
It's revealed that Charles Logan was pardoned for his crimes by President Noah Daniels, when he was in office.
This is the second week in a row the silent clock has been used. This marks the 11th time in the history of 24 this effect has been used.
We know the video of Hassan's execution is pre-recorded and we are shown when the broadcast both starts and finishes. Since it plays for 1min 15secs after Jack's rescue until it shows the execution, the tape delay must be at least that long. However it cannot be, because 1 min 15 secs before the tape started broadcasting Samir was still torturing Hassan.
The clock at the end of this episode is silent, which often denotes the death of a "good" character in the 24 mythology. It is the tenth silent clock in the series and the first one this season. It is also the first time it commemorates a foreign individual.
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