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  • Season 6 Episode 5: Day 6: 10:00 A.M. - 11:00...

  • On 3:55 - 4:00 we see a mistake by the camera and actor DB Woodside. It shows him walking to the bunker on a split screen. However, one split screen shows DB walking with no hands in his pockets, yet the left-hand split screen shows him walking with his right hand in his pocket.

  • In the contacts list Morris compiled regarding Gredenko (in which Jack's father Phillip appears), all the other names are production crew members of 24, starting of course with Jon Cassar as an obvious hint.

  • President Palmer is seen delivering his speech in front of the camera near the end of the episode. However, if you watch the TV behind Jack and his brother the news is still showing coverage of the explosion instead of the speech.

  • In two shots during the first scene, the scrolling news feed at the bottom of the president's television screen starts on the exact same word.

  • At the beginning of the episode, Karen tells President Palmer that she just got off the phone with Bill at CTU, and he told her about the other four nuclear bombs. Then, a few minutes later, she rings Bill and asks how he is making it sound as if it was the first time she spoke to him since the bomb went off in the last episode, but she says that she has already spoken to him.

  • Season 6 Episode 4: Day 6: 9:00 A.M. - 10:00 ...

  • If it is almost 10am, why is the sun so low in the sky and the shadows quite long around the 37'44" mark?

  • Season 6 Episode 3: Day 6: 8:00 A.M. - 9:00 A.M.

  • A silhouette can be seen behind Curtis's seat when he and Jack are talking about Assad in the car.

  • When Masheer switched on his turn signal to make his right turn, the next shot shows Jack ready to ram him, and the signal is no longer blinking.

  • One of the storage units that got caught up in the explosion was unit number 24.

  • The terrorist trapped in the storage locker exploded a grenade in front of at least 12 cases of C-4 marked as 23.90kg. That's 286 kg or 630 pounds. C4 is 1.34 times more explosive than TNT so that is 844 pounds. For reference, 8- 10 pounds is used to demolish a 8 inch square steel beam.

  • Season 6 Episode 2: Day 6: 7:00 A.M. - 8:00 A.M.

  • When Jack is keying in the longitude and latitude into the GPS program on the cell phone, a prompt comes up "Send to" which would pull up when a user is typing a text message.

  • When Jack takes off his shirt you can see the many scars on his back. However you can also see that he is still pretty muscular. After 20 months in a Chinese prison you would have thought he'd be much skinnier. He also wouldn't be running around and fighting people like he does here.

  • When Jack broke the back window of the car with the paint can, there were still pieces of window in the left corner. When Jack got into the car, the glass was completely gone.

  • Season 6 Episode 1: Day 6: 6:00 A.M. - 7:00 A.M.

  • KRLH, the TV station the Wallaces are watching, are actually call letters for a religious radio station in southern California. It is the same channel the Araz family was watching after the train derailment on Day 4.

  • Stephen Merchant, long time writing partner of Ricky Gervais and co-star of the British comedy Extras, makes a guest appearance as an office worker at CTU early in the episode.

  • Season 5 Episode 24: Day 5: 6:00 A.M. - 7:00 A.M.

  • The container ship's name has two Chinese characters, one meaning light and the other meaning color. Together, they form the word Brilliance. Underneath, it reads Shanghai, which is probably the port of registry of the ship.

  • One minute before the end of the previous episode, President Logan and Martha were preparing to "get romantic". Logan had just called to delay the helicopter and the episode ended one minute later (at 6:00am). The next episode began at roughly 6:03am, and in the opening scene, the President and First Lady were through with their romantic interlude and had redressed.

  • Season 5 Episode 23: Day 5: 5:00 A.M. - 6:00 A.M.

  • When Bauer was waiting to kill the terrorist at the missile controls, he was 5 feet away when he took out his switch knife and opened it. The click should have been very audible to the terrorist but yet he didn't show any apparent notice.

  • At the end of the last episode, when Bauer and Manning's team apprehended Molina, they had a whole tactical team with them. At the start of this episode when they were trying to stop Bierko on the Russian sub, they had just three men including Bauer and Henderson and the other teams were apparently too far away to make it to them in the 20 minutes time frame. That if true, is just horrible logistics on the part of the support team at CTU.

  • When Jack asks Petty Officer Rooney, "Which way's the Control Room?" Rooney points to the left and answers, "It's down the hall."
    Rooney is a Petty Officer 3rd Class (displayed on the sleeve of his shirt) and therefore has been in the Navy long enough to know that there are no halls or hallways on a submarine.
    Even in the midst of what was going on a sailor of his rank would have replied, "It's down the passageway," or "passage." If he was truly flustered by the events he might just point and say, "Aft."
    By the time they achieve PO3 rank a sailor will find it almost impossible to use the words "hall", "floor", "wall" or "ceiling," instead they will use the words "passage", "deck", "bulkhead" and "deckhead" without a second thought.

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