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Day 6: 6:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. 

The search for Gredenko finds Jack hunted inside the Russian Consulate and a former President calling on his ex-wife.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jack Bauer
Chloe O'Brian
Bill Buchanan
Tom Lennox
Morris O'Brian
Milo Pressman
Nadia Yassir
Vice President Noah Daniels
Aaron Pierce
President Yuri Suvarov
Abu Fayed
Lisa Miller
Dmitri Gredenko (as Rade Sherbedgia)


Mike Doyle takes over as Head of Field Ops, with his first mission being the rescue of Jack after the Russian Consul issues a lock-down on the Consulate. Charles Logan tries to get Martha to talk to the Russian First Lady and convince the Russian President to sanction the mission. Vice President Daniels threatens the Ambassador with a nuclear retaliation strike against his country if another suitcase nuke is activated on American soil. Written by Derfel85

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12 March 2007 (USA)  »

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Glenn Morshower and Rade Serbedzija both appeared in X-Men: First Class (2011). See more »


The roles are reversed, since Mike Milo is taller in height stature its more convincing for him to be head of field ops. (similar to Cutis), instead of Mike Doyle. See more »


Charles Logan: Martha, I'm sorry. The last thing I wanted to do was upset you.
Martha Logan: You always managed to get to that last thing.
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Featured in The 59th Primetime Emmy Awards (2007) See more »


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What a great episode!
17 August 2015 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

This episode is very underrated, and I will soon get to why.

In this episode, the stakes are at an all-time high. Tom Lennox is being pressured by Noah Daniels, who thinks spreading his islamophobic propaganda is more important than letting the TRUTH behind the assassination attempt out. Will Lennox make the right choice? Charles Logan also insist to talk with Martha who then can talk to Arya who then can talk to Yuri... in order to stop the launch of the 3 nuclear bombs.

Compared to most other 24 episodes, there actually isn't much happening. But that the writers highly compensate with exceptionally well-written dialogue and poignant character development. The conversation between Lennox and Daniels is brilliant. Two different minds who find difficulty in working together. Peter MacNicol is perfect in this scene, as you can pretty much feel his character sweating of pressure and MacNicol delivers his lines in the unique way I love the actor for. Powers Boothe is fantastic too. He has an almost ghastly unlikable character and he speaks every line like the most deranged lunatic you've seen. It's a battle of morals and it's interesting how Lennox is not really sure of which side he stands on.

Of course though, the best part is the return of Martha Logan. One of the best female characters on the show, who is now stronger than ever. Jean Smart wonderfully portrays a woman who's both scared and badass at the same time. I mean, hell, who wouldn't be scared of Charles Logan? He's a psychopath! The scene where she and him has an utmost uncomfortable conversation is not only the highlight of the episode, it's one of my favorite scenes from the show. We see Martha constantly verging on the edge of a breakdown, till she finally can't stand it and stabs Charles with a knife. It's her sweet, sweet revenge which she got at all. She got hit by him and now she's hitting back. I couldn't have asked for anything better. It's a terrible shame this is the last appearance of Martha.

Aaron Pierce also returned in this episode, standing aside as Martha's "bungalow" (as he himself expresses it). Considering how much he has supported her in tough times, I'm not surprised. It's pretty satisfying I've got to say, that he gets to continue liven up her life.

Thankfully, this episode has a minimal use of Gredenko (who by FAR is the WORST villain ever), which only makes this episode even better.

Even if you hate season 6, this one is a MUST-WATCH.

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