WASHINGTON, May 26, 2014 – 24: Live another day has now reached the 3pm – 4pm (Episode 5) time period and the tension is through the roof. As only Jack Bauer can do it.
The show is keeping the frenetic pace brisk, and breathless. Jack is now in the embassy where he has not only acquired the flight key from Captain Chris Tanner (John Boyega) whose drone was responsible for the deaths of Military in Afghanistan alerting both the military and CIA’s Kate Morgan (Yvonne Strahovski, again excellent) and Erik Ritter (Gbenga Akinnagbe, growing in confidence), who have been on Jack’s tail for the last two hours, have made contact with him, and they are taking him out of the embassy.
Audrey and Mark are fighting due to Mark not being forthcoming, to shielding Audrey, from the information that Jack is back.
Despite his advancing Alzheimer’s disease, President Heller (William Devane) has eloquently spoken to Parliament, negotiating the time he needs to investigate the drone incident. Along with Prime Minister Davies (Stephen Fry) the countries will continue to develop an agreement that will allow both countries to develop and use drone technology to protect their countries, without collateral damage.
We open this next episode knowing two things. Jack is 100% back and he is all anger and courage, classic Jack. A great ensemble cast that we know, supported by some strong new players, and 24 is every bit as nail biting, edge of your seat, exciting as it always was.
Jack has reached the ninth level really fast. Promising outstanding viewing tonight!
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