Wake up Jack, get out of bed, Kimberly hates you, Teri is dead... A terrorist threat or a government plot, last time I paid the price with my wife! Dammit!24: The Musical is a fan-made musical based on the second season of FOX's hit drama 24. The music and lyrics were written by Jon and Al Kaplan and it also features the 24 soundtrack music of Sean Callery. It parodies both the general elements of 24, as well as specifics from the show's second season, such as the hacking off of Marshall Goren's head and the infamous "trapped in a woods with a cougar" sequence. It can be found here. A music video of the Kimberly Bauer song "Bring It On" can be found here.
—Jack Bauer - "Dammit! (The Longest Day of My Life)"
24: The Musical includes many of the familiar tropes of 24, as well as the following:
- Dark Reprise: "Dammit! (The Longest Day of My Life) Reprise and Finale"
- The Eleven O'Clock Number: "Coliseum Fight"
- The End... Or Is It?: "Dammit! (The Longest Day of My Life) Reprise and Finale"
- Grey and Gray Morality: Lamp Shaded, in "Dammit!," Jack Bauer sings that "Sometimes the rules can be gray," in justifying shooting Marshall Goren and then asking for a hacksaw.Jack: Get me a hacksaw, cut off his head!Mason: Are you crazy, Jack?Jack: Come on, George. He's already dead! I know this is drastic, it's all that we've got. Sometimes the rules can be gray!
- Jack Bauer Interrogation Technique: "Torture and killing / They're par for the course / Sometimes there's no other way / You want results / You gotta use force / This is the longest day of my life!"
- He has an entire song "I Will Torture You" about how he tortures Ali.
- Lampshade Hanging: Plenty of it regarding the show's stock-in-trade tropes
- The Musical: Obviously. The creators chose the program's second season for the musical because they felt it was the most entertaining at the time that they made it.
- Precision F-Strike: Jack Bauer, towards the end of "Dammit! (The Longest Day of My Life) Reprise and Finale"
- Rhymes on a Dime: President David Palmer in the "Back Where I Belong" songDavid: Am I skeptical? Very! And there's a reason for it, Sherry!
- Villain Song: "Back Where I Belong"
- You Make Me Sick: David Palmer to Sherry in "Back Where I Belong"Sherry: Back where I belong, isn't that a kick? I'm the mother of your children, after all.David: You make me sick.