WASHINGTON, June 16, 2014 – Without a doubt Jack Bauer (Keiffer Sutherland) has his audience once again in his grasp, all believing that he is the Number One Greatest Action Hero of all time.
And we have really been enjoying the episodes and the live chats from this mini season, and we hope you will join us at 9:00pm EDT while we watch and chat tonight’s episode.
Tonight continues with Day 9: 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM.
Some quick highlights are that Last week President Heller (William Devane) made the decision to turn himself over to Margo Al-Harazi (Michelle Fairley), the terrorist threatening to destroy London using missile laden drones. Last week she sent a drone after her daughter Simone, who was in a London hospital following being hit by a double-decker.
She actually sent a drone missile into the hospital, and a few more after the car they were in.
While interrogating Simone in the hospital, Jack gave her raw finger, what is left of it after momma chopped it off, a bit of a squeeze to get her to respond. Jack is back!
Last week we learned that Chloe’s (Mary Lynn Rajskub) boyfriend, Adrian Cross (Michael Wincott) is actually working with head of the CIA task force Steve Navarro (Benjamin Brat), and that is them, not the accused husband of Kate Morgan (Yvonne Strahovski) that has been selling secrets to the Chinese.
A fun side story is Mark Boudreau (Tate Donovan), Heller’s Chief of Staff and husband to Jack’s true love Audrey Boudreau (Kim Raver), is meeting wit the Soviet Minister who realizes Mark forged the President’s signature on a document, alerting the Soviets that they had Jack – who is in trouble with the Russians for attempting to kill their president.
We left President standing alone in Wembley Stadium and Jack on the hunt for Margot.
Promises to be edge of seat exciting once again!
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