24: Hour#18 6:00am-7:00am
"Day 3: 6:00AM - 7:00AM", Episode #318.
President David Palmer tells Jack that a top CTU agent is to be killed; at the hotel, Michelle offers a peaceful ending to those infected with the virus.
Cast: Kiefer Sutherland, Elisha Cuthbert, Dennis Haysbert, Carlos Bernard, Reiko Aylesworth, James Badge Dale, D.B. Woodside, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Patrick Fabian, Jenni Blong, Andrea Thompson, Paul Blackthorne, Doug Savant, Zachary Quinto, Brigid Brannagh.
Producer(s): Joel Surnow, Robert Cochran, Brian Grazer, Howard Gordon.
Original Airdate: April 13, 2004.
I think this is moved to Sunday because of Bush's little talk tonight...
Yep, it has been moved to Sunday. That's both good and bad. The bad: we have to wait until Sunday to see it. The good: after it airs on Sunday it'll only be a two day wait until the next episode airs on Tuesday at it's regular time.
For those of you wishing to give Fox some feedback on this show. They have a survey going on at their website for 24 that is being done by a school. It has questions both about the show, and about bioterrorism in general.
Let them know how you feel.
FX Gets Encores of '24,' CBS Doubles Up 'Survivor'
(Thursday, April 15 02:49 PM)
LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) - With "24" bumped out of its regular time period this week, FOX is making sure viewers have a couple extra chances to see the show.
As it's done in the past, the network will use its cable sibling FX for additional airings of the episode, which debuts at 9 p.m. ET Sunday (April 18). FOX had to move "24" from its normal home this week to accommodate President Bush's televised press conference Tuesday night, which also bumped "American Idol" back a day.
The episode, "6:00 A.M.-7:00 A.M.," will have some stiff competition on Sunday, airing opposite new episodes of "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" on NBC and "Alias" on ABC, plus "The Sopranos" on HBO.
FX will rebroadcast "24" at 11 p.m. ET Monday and 6 p.m. ET Tuesday, three hours before the show returns to its regular spot on FOX.
FOX employed a similar strategy during the show's first season, scheduling multiple repeats of "24" on FX to allow viewers to keep up with the real-time thriller's plot. Network executives credited the "multiplexing" with helping keep the series on the air as early episodes struggled somewhat in the ratings.
The ripples from Bush's press conference have spread to CBS as well. That network will re-air Thursday's (April 15) episode of "Survivor: All-Stars" -- which is up against the delayed "American Idol" results show -- at 8 p.m. ET Friday. It pre-empts a repeat of "Joan of Arcadia."
This is good news for those of you that don't have Tivo!
Swinging in the hammock
Of course this is the network that only gave Keen Eddie 6 weeks(moved nights after 4 episodes) and Wonderfalls 4 weeks and pulled them both with unaired shows in the can. Now I can say that I don't watch any shows on Fox, or ABC Oh and I am thouroughly enjoying Keen Eddie on Bravo thank you Fox.
Originally Posted by mrpayroll
Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways, chocolate in one hand, martini in the other, body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming "WOO HOO what a ride!" -- Steve Parker
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Great episode tonight, only have to wait 2 days until tuesday
Oh. My. Gosh. I can't believe Jack had to kill Chappelle. Wow. just Wow.
I didn't think Jack would actually go through with killing Chappelle. I was suprised when it happened. Or, did it happen?
I looked at the 24 cast listing IMDB.com this morning and Paul Schulze (Chappelle) it's listed as being on th e show from 2001-2004 yet. I remember when Nina bit the dust, IMDB.com had here show duration updated rather quickly. Maybe that means Chappelle isn't dead just yet. We never did see Jack shoot him. All we saw was Jack pointing the gun at Chappelle. Then a qucik edit where we hear a gun shot and a long shot of Chappelle falling to the ground. Maybe Jack shot off to the side and Chappelle falling was planned to make it look like he's dead. Then when the folks in the black van drive up to pick up the body Jack and Chappelle will hijack them and force the drivers to take Chappelle and he to Saunders.
It sounds like something they would do on 24. I can hope can't I? I liked Chappelle's character.
Oooooh, it never occured to me that he may not be dead!!
Good thinking, Vonner.
Chappelle is pretty high up in CTU, eh? Wouldn't he have a load of valuable info in his head that he should tell someone before he dies? All kinds of intelligence would die with him.
And I actually thought Chloe was funny last night, "He's already mad at me for like 12 things. I'm not gonna add another"
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