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24 (season 2) Dvd Review

Premiering in November 2001, 24 set the television landscape on fire as one of the best new series and cemented its position as a pop culture phenomenon. Making use of an extremely original plot device, each season follows the exploits of a single day in life of hero Jack Bauer, each of the season?s 24 episodes chronicling an hour-long action segment from the day. Kiefer Sutherland plays the part of Jack Bauer, a daring government agent with awesome responsibilities. Each year?s episodes are similar to an action-packed Hollywood blockbuser, but they?re only a glimpse into a normal day in the life of Jack Bauer?

Season 2 supposedly takes place eighteen months after Jack?s big day in Los Angeles. Jack is now dealing with the death of his wife and is estranged from his daughter Kim. As a result, he contemplates retirement. But when President Palmer personally requests his help, Jack agrees to take on a new assignment. In so doing, Jack learns that a Middle-Eastern terrorist group called Second Wave is going to detonate a nuclear device in Los Angeles in the next 24 hours. Yet again the clock is ticking, and yet again, only Jack Bauer stands in the way of an evil conspiracy reaching its final fruition?

The 24 (Season 2) DVD features a number of breathtaking episodes including the season premiere which begins with President Palmer and his son fishing in an Oregon lake when he?s called away for an emergency. Ushered into an underground bunker, he learns of a terrorist plot to set off a nuclear weapon in the Los Angeles area in the next 24 hours. At the CIA?s Counter Terrorism Unit, George Mason is ordered to contact Jack Bauer in respect to the case, but it takes the personal appeal of President Palmer to move Jack into action. Meanwhile Kim, working as a housekeeper/nanny, overhears a domestic dispute between her boss and his wife, and she locks herself and the man?s daughter in a bedroom. As the episode concludes, Jack learns that the key to uncovering the whereabouts of the nuclear device may lie with a domestic terrorist organization he once infiltrated? Other notable episodes from Season 2 include (#31) in which Jack and Nina set up a sting to see if a contact can lead them to the site of the bomb, and (#46) in which Jack stands on the verge of making a break in the case but has his efforts thwarted by the president?s ex-wife, who?s involved in the terrorist conspiracy?

Below is a list of episodes included on the 24 (Season 2) DVD:

Episode 25 (12:00 A.M. ? 1:00 A.M.) Air Date: 10-29-2002

Episode 26 (1:00 A.M. ? 2:00 A.M.) Air Date: 11-05-2002

Episode 27 (2:00 A.M. ? 3:00 A.M.) Air Date: 11-12-2002

Episode 28 (3:00 A.M. ? 4:00 A.M.) Air Date: 11-19-2002

Episode 29 (4:00 A.M. ? 5:00 A.M.) Air Date: 11-26-2002

Episode 30 (5:00 A.M. ? 6:00 A.M.) Air Date: 12-03-2002

Episode 31 (6:00 A.M. ? 7:00 A.M.) Air Date: 12-10-2002

Episode 32 (7:00 A.M. ? 8:00 A.M.) Air Date: 12-17-2002

Episode 33 (8:00 A.M. ? 9:00 A.M.) Air Date: 01-07-2003

Episode 34 (9:00 A.M. ? 10:00 A.M.) Air Date: 01-14-2003

Episode 35 (10:00 A.M. ? 11:00 A.M.) Air Date: 02-04-2003

Episode 36 (11:00 A.M. ? 12:00 P.M.) Air Date: 02-11-2003

Episode 37 (12:00 P.M. ? 1:00 P.M.) Air Date: 02-18-2003

Episode 38 (1:00 P.M. ? 2:00 P.M.) Air Date: 02-25-2003

Episode 39 (2:00 P.M. ? 3:00 P.M.) Air Date: 03-04-2003

Episode 40 (3:00 P.M. ? 4:00 P.M.) Air Date: 03-25-2003

Episode 41 (4:00 P.M. ? 5:00 P.M.) Air Date: 04-01-2003

Episode 42 (5:00 P.M. ? 6:00 P.M.) Air Date: 04-08-2003

Episode 43 (6:00 P.M. ? 7:00 P.M.) Air Date: 04-15-2003

Episode 44 (7:00 P.M. ? 8:00 P.M.) Air Date: 04-22-2003

Episode 45 (8:00 P.M. ? 9:00 P.M.) Air Date: 04-29-2003

Episode 46 (9:00 P.M. ? 10:00 P.M.) Air Date: 05-06-2003

Episode 47 (10:00 P.M. ? 11:00 P.M.) Air Date: 05-13-2003

Episode 48 (11:00 P.M. ? 12:00 A.M.) Air Date: 05-20-2003