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Day 5: 18 Months have passed since Jack Bauer stole away across the train tracks after faking his own death. He's now living a quiet life in Bakersfield California, with a new love interest and her teenage son. But when a terrorist sniper's bullet kills one of his dearest friends, Jack Bauer cocks his gun and heads back to Los Angeles, and another day of work as America's most dangerous counter-terrorist agent.
Day 3: 3 years after the 2nd season, Jack Bauer is still working at CTU along with his daughter, Kim, and her boyfriend, Chase. Things begin to heat up as a drug cartel threatens to release a virus if their leader is not released. President Palmer is running for re-election and has to deal with a smear campaign launched by his opponent, and a traitor is operating in CTU.
Jack Bauer(Keifer Sutherland) spends a 24 hour day stopping terrorist acts with help of his crew at CTU(Counter Terrorist Unit).
This is the only show that I watch consistently. I do like a lot of T.V. shows on the air, but this is the only one great enough to watch every single weekend. It is a perfect blend of drama and action to make every second(literally) as exciting as possible. The special effects are just completely superior to any other show on T.V. and the acting is the only "good" acting I have witnessed on T.V. The fact that each episode is one hour in a day is also brilliantly exciting. Overall, this is the only show I have ever seen that his hooked me almost immediately.
I highly recommend this show. (10/10).
This show is unbelievable. Absolutely unbelievable. I'm 33 and have never been gripped by a tv show like this one. Could Kiefer Sutherland be any better?@# And the hot women everywhere?@# Tremendous. Feel bad for anyone that did not jump into this one from the beginning.
For the most part the attacks have been personal vendettas(day 1, day 3, day 5, day 6) against Jack. So ergo where there's Jack, there is a terrorist attack.
Los Angeles is a large populated city with airforce and military bases, major airport, and other international resources in and around the area, along with ideal "deserted" locations. According to the show, there are other CTU offices located around the United States, so we may never know what other threats there have been. And it's overall a better location production-wise.
They have also been some attempted real life terrorist attacks planned for Los Angeles. Two examples would be the December 1999 attempted bombing of LAX and the plan to hijack an airliner and crash it into the Library Tower, as revealed in 2006. After sailing off at the end of season two, Max seemed to have disappeared. The truth is Max was "taken care of" in 24: the Game, which took place roughly 18 months between season 2 and season 3.
In the Game, Max's plot included releasing Ricin into the LA Harbor, an assassination attempt on Acting President Jim Prescott, a phony Sarin gas attack on the subway, kidnapping Kate Warner and Governor James Radford before ultimately conscripting and assassinating the latter, an attack on a U.S. Military base, and smuggling weapons out of the country with the coerced help of Bob Warner.
The Game also followed up on how Chase and Chloe came to work at CTU, as well as delved deeply into Jack's relationship with Kate Warner. The Game also featured a secondary villain from Jack's pre-CTU past named Peter Madsen who targets CTU with an EMP in order to release a prisoner and obtain an important hard drive, kidnaps Kim, and coerces Jack into stealing confidential data from a CIA building.
Alexander Trepkos' wherabouts are unknown at this time.
In episode 3.1 Wayne Palmer reveals it was David Palmer who, in a weakened state, authorized a manhunt for the masterminds behind Day 2's events and arrested the one in charge, meaning that since Max and Peter Kingsley were both killed, and since Trepkos appeared to work beneath Max but above Kingsley, that Trepkos was likely the one arrested. Wayne Palmer suffered an attempt on his life while in office as the President of the USA (Day 6). Although kept in medically induced coma due to his critical condition, he was vital enough to be be resussitated, in order to prevent vice-president Noah Daniels from assuming office and starting a nuclear war.
However, he kept needing repeated shots of adrenaline to stay conscious, which finally caused him to collapse and slip into coma due to brain hemorrhage. His doctors mentioned that he would not be regaining consciousness any time soon and he was not seen anymore for the rest of the series.
His fate was finally revealed in 24: Redemption, although not directly; an on-screen newspaper article on the departing President Noah Daniels makes mention of Daniels' "deceased predecessor", indicating that Wayne finally succumbed to his injuries somewhere during or after Day 6. Wayne's ultimate fate was kept ambiguous on the show due to the policy of Fox Network of not killing-off active Presidents on-screen (President John Keeler in (Day 4) survived the attack on Air Force One for the same reason) . The Special Agent In Charge aka Director of Operations is the person that runs a CTU Field Office. They work primarily inside the building, but is ultimately in charge of all operations and agents. The Special Agent In Charge is the highest-ranking agent in a domestic unit, but is out ranked by agents from Division and District Command.
The Chief of Staff is the second-in-command of a Domestic unit.The Chief of Staff is in charge of all Communications and Logistics personnel in the building. If something should happen to the Special Agent In Charge, then the Chief takes over the Special Agent In Charge's responsibilities.
The Director of Field Operations is the person in charge of all tactical teams at a particular CTU Domestic Unit. The position is below Special Agent in Charge and either equal to or lower than Chief of Staff.
Field offices report to Division which is run by a Divisional Director. Division carries a larger amount of jurisdiction than field offices.
Division reports to District Headquarters which is run by a District Director and handles command over an entire region of CTU field offices. However in season one, it is stated the reverse is true and District reports to Division, so either there must have some restructuring in command between season one and two or it could have been human error failing to correctly remember the complicated command structure.
And finally CTU reports in general to the National Security Council, which the Secretary of Defense is a part of, explaining how Heller had authority over CTU on Day 4.
It should also be noted that the Director of Field Ops position did not exist until season three, so further restructuring must have been done to lessen the responsibilities of the Special Agent in Charge. Originally in season one the chain of command in the Field Offices went Director/SAC, Second in Command, and Third in Command with an Administrative Director overriding all three. In season two, the Administrative Director position appears to have been eliminated with those responsibilities given to the SAC. Before season three CTU must have further clarified the responsibilities of the Second and Third in Commands thus creating the Chief of Staff and Director of Field Ops positions. In the script and during most of the rehearsals the line went: "I will hunt you down for the rest of your life." a5c7b9f00b
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