History Series / TwentyFour

1st Jul '16 5:49:35 PM darkchiefy
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* Front13Back9: Bauer's wife and daughter rescued and the first assassin killed in the 13th episode, providing some resolution if the back 11note was not ordered. The scene where the second assassin was dispatched could have been cut in that case.
24th Jun '16 9:28:20 AM JMQwilleran
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* TheDeadHaveNames: Second season: In the aftermath of the detonation of a nuclear bomb, the National Guard has quelled unrest in Georgia by firing rubber bullets into a crowd, but accidentally ended up killing a young Middle Eastern boy. When President Palmer's advisors relate this to him, he asks what the boy's name was, and Lynne Kresge admits that they don't know. Palmer's not satisfied with this. "The boy had a name. Find out."
14th Jun '16 10:33:31 AM JMQwilleran
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* DescriptionCut: In "3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M." from Day 1, Jack chews Nina out upon her arriving back at [=CTU=] when had meant for her to stay with Teri and Kim at the safe house to make them feel safe. She assures him, "They are safe, Jack. I settled them in. Paulson and Breeher are taking good care of them and the extra security team is in place." As she's speaking this, the show's trademark splitscreen shows them in a car fleeing for their lives, followed by a slam cut to this scene.

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In "3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M." from Day 1, Jack chews Nina out upon her arriving back at [=CTU=] when had meant for her to stay with Teri and Kim at the safe house to make them feel safe. She assures him, "They are safe, Jack. I settled them in. Paulson and Breeher are taking good care of them and the extra security team is in place." As she's speaking this, the show's trademark splitscreen shows them in a car fleeing for their lives, followed by a slam cut to this scene.scene.
** Similarly, in "10:00 A.M. to 11:00 A.M." from Day 2, Kim Bauer and her charge, the young Megan, are arriving at [=CTU=] after being told to do so by Tony Almeida. "Where are we?" asks Megan to Kim, who assures her, "Don't worry, we're safe here." Splitscreen cut to the counter on the TimeBomb currently place at [=CTU=], which is set to go off in about eight minutes.
9th Jun '16 4:44:56 PM JMQwilleran
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** Also, right from Season 1, [[spoiler:being pregnant didn't keep Teri from being killed by Nina.]]
6th Jun '16 5:22:44 PM JMQwilleran
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* DescriptionCut: In "3:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M." from Day 1, Jack chews Nina out upon her arriving back at [=CTU=] when had meant for her to stay with Teri and Kim at the safe house to make them feel safe. She assures him, "They are safe, Jack. I settled them in. Paulson and Breeher are taking good care of them and the extra security team is in place." As she's speaking this, the show's trademark splitscreen shows them in a car fleeing for their lives, followed by a slam cut to this scene.
28th May '16 12:33:16 AM Doug86
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* InformedAbility: Ronnie Lobell is introduced as the new Director of Field Operations in Season 4, a position normally held by {{badass}}es such as Jack Bauer and Curtis Manning (and in [[AllInTheManual supplemental]] {{prequel}} material, [[spoiler:[[BrokenPedestal Christopher Henderson]]]]). [[MauveShirt He dies after just two episodes.]]

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* InformedAbility: Ronnie Lobell is introduced as the new Director of Field Operations in Season 4, a position normally held by {{badass}}es such as Jack Bauer and Curtis Manning (and in [[AllInTheManual [[AllThereInTheManual supplemental]] {{prequel}} material, [[spoiler:[[BrokenPedestal Christopher Henderson]]]]). [[MauveShirt He dies after just two episodes.]]
23rd May '16 9:54:54 AM haloinsider
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*** In "Live Another Day", Benjamin Bratt is given the "With" credit, while Kim Raver gets the "And" credit.



** In "Live Another Day", Benjamin Bratt is given the "With" credit, while Kim Raver gets the "And" credit.
23rd May '16 9:53:50 AM haloinsider
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** Dennis Haysbert in Seasons 1-3
** William Devane in Season 4.
** Jean Smart in Season 5.
** Regina King in Season 6, though she only appeared in 9 episodes.
** Carlos Bernard gets it in Season 7, with Janeane Garofalo taking the "With" credit.
** Creator/CherryJones gets it in season 8, and Freddie Prinze, Jr. receives the "With" credit.

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** *** Dennis Haysbert in Seasons 1-3
** *** William Devane in Season 4.
** *** Jean Smart in Season 5.
** *** Regina King in Season 6, though she only appeared in 9 episodes.
** *** Carlos Bernard gets it in Season 7, with Janeane Garofalo taking the "With" credit.
** *** Creator/CherryJones gets it in season 8, and Freddie Prinze, Jr. receives the "With" credit.
23rd May '16 9:53:04 AM haloinsider
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** Creator/CherryJones gets it in season 8.
** [[spoiler:Carlos Bernard]] gets it in Season 7.
** Dennis Haysbert in Seasons 1-3, William Devane in Season 4, Jean Smart in Season 5.

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** Creator/CherryJones gets it in season 8.
** [[spoiler:Carlos Bernard]] gets it in Season 7.
For the main cast members:
** Dennis Haysbert in Seasons 1-3, 1-3
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William Devane in Season 4, 4.
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Jean Smart in Season 5.5.



** Additionally, the "With" Credit went to Janeane Garofalo in Season 7, and Freddie Prinze, Jr. in Season 8.
** Guest stars could be subjected to this as well. Examples include:

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** Additionally, Carlos Bernard gets it in Season 7, with Janeane Garofalo taking the "With" Credit went to Janeane Garofalo credit.
** Creator/CherryJones gets it
in Season 7, season 8, and Freddie Prinze, Jr. in Season 8.
receives the "With" credit.
** Guest stars could be subjected to this as well. Examples include:For recurring characters and guest stars:



** In "Live Another Day", Benjamin Bratt is given the "With" credit, while Kim Raver gets the "And" credit. Stephen Fry gets the credit under "Guest Star" status.

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*** For "Live Another Day", it went to Stephen Fry.
** In "Live Another Day", Benjamin Bratt is given the "With" credit, while Kim Raver gets the "And" credit. Stephen Fry gets the credit under "Guest Star" status.
18th Apr '16 5:17:22 AM aye_amber
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** Several of 24's story arcs are highly similar to the British series {{Spooks}}, which also aired throughout the 2000s. They include the counter-terrorism team being locked in their office because of a nerve gas threat, the hero teaming up with AlexanderSiddig as a potentially-untrustworthy Muslim ally, a plot to crash airplanes together in midair, and a hacker breaking into the traffic light network to cause havoc and blackmail the government (before ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard'' as well). There are more similarities, as well, but are just generic enough to be stock [[TheWarOnTerror war on terror]] plots, like a season revolving around UsefulNotes/{{Iran}}'s -- or [[{{Qurac}} "Kamistan's"]] -- nuclear program and a subsequent peace deal derailed by terrorism.

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** Several of 24's story arcs are highly similar to the British series {{Spooks}}, Series/{{Spooks}}, which also aired throughout the 2000s. They include the counter-terrorism team being locked in their office because of a nerve gas threat, the hero teaming up with AlexanderSiddig as a potentially-untrustworthy Muslim ally, a plot to crash airplanes together in midair, and a hacker breaking into the traffic light network to cause havoc and blackmail the government (before ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard'' as well). There are more similarities, as well, but are just generic enough to be stock [[TheWarOnTerror war on terror]] plots, like a season revolving around UsefulNotes/{{Iran}}'s -- or [[{{Qurac}} "Kamistan's"]] -- nuclear program and a subsequent peace deal derailed by terrorism.
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