24 season8 Episode02Dad, I don't know what to say. I'm so happy.
24 season8 Episode02I'd be happy to except Maggie and me have a meeting with Sean's teacher.
24 season8 Episode04- So happy to hear you were okay, though.
24 season8 Episode06She's not going to be happy about that.
24 season8 Episode08I'm sure Farhad can't be happy about that.
24 season8 Episode08You can be a happy person.
24 season8 Episode10This is such a terrible situation. Yet I've never felt so happy.
24 season8 Episode15Hassan isn't happy about Taylor's response to the ultimatum.
24 season8 Episode16Hassan isn't happy about Taylor's response to the ultimatum.
24 season8 Episode17I'll be happy to sit down with you after I've addressed the other delegations.
24 season8 Episode17Well, I'm happy to say that I was wrong about you.
24 season8 Episode18He didn't seem very happy about that.
24 season8 Episode20The White House is unhappy with the way the manhunt for Jack's been handled.
24 season8 Episode22In any case, he's not gonna be happy we tracked him down.
24 season8 Episode23He's not gonna be happy we tracked him down.
24 season8 Episode23and Suvarov will be happy to sweep this under the rug...
24 season4 Episode02I spoke with Omar. He's happy.
24 season4 Episode05You may be happy tapping at a keyboard forever, but I'm not.
24 season4 Episode08She won't be happy when she knows we're using her to find the mole.
24 season4 Episode09and if you can't save my son, I am happy to see the reactors melt down.
24 season4 Episode10If you can't save my son, I am happy to see the reactors melt down.
24 season4 Episode16- I still don't have a speech I'm happy with.
24 season4 Episode18But the president is not going to be happy that his statement can be invalidated.
24 season4 Episode22I would have been happy to skip today.
24 season1 Episode12I don't feel anything except happy he's dead.
24 season2 Episode01She puts on a happy face for everyone, but I know she's hurtin'.
24 season2 Episode01Our pals at the FBI aren't too happy. Goren's the state's only witness against Wald.
24 season2 Episode03And... I just want you to be happy.
24 season2 Episode03Well, then, be happy for me, OK?
24 season2 Episode03That'll make me happy.
24 season2 Episode04If I didn't have to talk to you again I'd be happy.
24 season2 Episode05I have a feeling they're not gonna be happy about the information exchange.
24 season2 Episode06The prime minister may not have been happy about the ambassador's cooperation with us.
24 season2 Episode06That would make you happy, wouldn't it? Isn't that what you wanted all along?
24 season2 Episode08I can imagine you're not happy about all of this.
24 season2 Episode08- I don't think he's very happy about it.
24 season2 Episode10I don't know. Are you happy in this job? Hm?
24 season2 Episode10Find something that makes you happy, do it.
24 season2 Episode15Honey, I want you to live your life. I want you to be happy.
24 season2 Episode16- He doesn't look too happy.
24 season2 Episode20Max is very unhappy.
24 season2 Episode20Max can be unhappy. We're all entitled to our feelings.
24 season2 Episode23I don't resent it or anything. I just... want him to be happy.
24 season2 Episode24He's so happy with what we did here today he doesn't know where to start.
24 season5 Episode12I'm happy that you're alive. I am.
24 season5 Episode13I'm happy that you're alive. I am.
24 season5 Episode21None of us is happy about this, but you don't really have a choice.
24 season6 Episode13- You should be happy for my happiness.
24 season6 Episode15I don't think President Suvarov's gonna be too happy to see you.
24 season6 Episode16how very happy I am to have you with us again.
24 season6 Episode16I... I guess just put this down to happy coincidence.
24 season6 Episode17I know you're not happy you were kept in the dark.
24 season6 Episode18Now, I am happy to honour Agent Bauer's service to this country,
24 season6 Episode21I'm really happy you came back.
24 season7 Episode01but I'll be happy to be proven wrong.
24 season7 Episode01Personally, I don't care what makes you happy, so let's just get this over with.
24 season7 Episode10And you'll be happy to know we have liberated the refugee camps in Kasanga Province.
24 season7 Episode15how happy that makes me.
24 season7 Episode17Some of the men weren't happy drawing down on federal agents.
24 season7 Episode19I'll be happy when this is behind us. Have you heard from Almeida?
24 season7 Episode19They're not happy about their homes being searched without a warrant at 2:30 in the morning.
24 season7 Episode22You do not want this man unhappy with you.
24 season3 Episode01My client's not happy that you won't hold him in Florida.
24 season3 Episode01That makes me happy.
24 season3 Episode01You're happy?
24 season3 Episode02Did you ever stop to think that maybe it would make him happy?
24 season3 Episode02been dating Chase and I don't think my dad's too happy about it.
24 season3 Episode02He's not happy with how I live my life.
24 season3 Episode09Nina, I don't think your client's gonna be too happy
24 season3 Episode12I'm not happy about this. Let's hope Chloe holds it together.
24 season3 Episode14Jack, you're about to find something out about me that's not gonna make you happy.
24 season3 Episode14Look, I'm happy that you're OK, but this thing...
24 season3 Episode20Four years ago when I found out he was alive after all that time... I was so happy.
24 season3 Episode24- I'm very happy for you.
00:00:14,573 --> 00:00:17,770Six hours ago a cache of weapons-grade plutonium was found in a warehouse.
00:00:17,853 --> 00:00:21,084We also found this. What do you make of that, guys?
00:00:21,173 --> 00:00:25,610- This is a bill of lading from our company.
00:00:25,693 --> 00:00:29,925I can trackthe shipping order. The database is at the office.
00:00:30,013 --> 00:00:32,208If my father really does work for the government,
00:00:32,293 --> 00:00:36,650wouldn't he have known if Reza was doing something illegal?
00:00:37,733 --> 00:00:38,768Who are you?
00:00:38,853 --> 00:00:41,890My name is Syed Ali. You were looking in places you do not belong.
00:00:41,973 --> 00:00:44,646- I don't know anything!
00:00:44,733 --> 00:00:45,768No.
00:00:45,973 --> 00:00:50,410We're going down! The pilots don't know what happened. It felt like an explosion.
00:00:50,493 --> 00:00:53,929- They were shot down?
00:00:54,013 --> 00:00:57,164- (Jack) That's not Search and Rescue.
00:00:57,253 --> 00:00:59,562- Are they coming here for you?
00:01:01,893 --> 00:01:02,928Drop it.
00:01:03,013 --> 00:01:08,167I'll tell you where the bomb is in exchange for immunity, for the murder of Jack Bauer.
00:01:08,573 --> 00:01:10,325Someone from CTU is supposed to pick us up.
00:01:10,413 --> 00:01:12,688Captain said it's out of their jurisdiction.
00:01:12,773 --> 00:01:15,924- We told you why we can't go back to LA.
00:01:16,013 --> 00:01:19,244Miss Myers, if the information you provide
00:01:19,333 --> 00:01:22,086culminates in the interception of the nuclear device,
00:01:22,173 --> 00:01:25,370you'll be pardoned in advance for the murder of Jack Bauer.
00:01:25,453 --> 00:01:29,651Mr President, there was only one right choice to make and you made it.
00:01:36,573 --> 00:01:41,203You've been told by a well-respected member of the press, Mr Ron Wieland,
00:01:41,293 --> 00:01:45,764that there is an imminent terrorist threat levelled against this country.
00:01:46,693 --> 00:01:48,763That is true, so far as it goes.
00:01:48,853 --> 00:01:51,731- (journalists ask questions)
00:01:52,613 --> 00:01:56,208The fact is, we get a dozen such threats every day.
00:01:56,293 --> 00:02:01,128And do I know more about them than I publicly reveal? Of course.
00:02:01,213 --> 00:02:05,252What is released to the public and when is a matter of judgement.
00:02:05,333 --> 00:02:07,801You have elected me to exercise that judgement
00:02:07,893 --> 00:02:10,771in the best interests of this country.
00:02:13,053 --> 00:02:18,366That's what I've done since I took office. That's what I'm doing today.
00:02:18,453 --> 00:02:23,891And I can assure you that we have the situation well under control,
00:02:23,973 --> 00:02:25,929and there is no cause for alarm.
00:02:26,013 --> 00:02:28,447- (journalists ask questions)
00:02:31,093 --> 00:02:33,766Not the Gettysburg Address, but it should buy us time.
00:02:33,853 --> 00:02:35,571It was fine.
00:02:35,653 --> 00:02:40,488- What's the situation with Jack Bauer?
00:02:43,093 --> 00:02:47,769It didn't have to be like this, Jack. I never meant for it to be personal.
00:02:48,533 --> 00:02:51,001It felt pretty personal when you killed my wife.
00:02:51,093 --> 00:02:56,611I had to. Teri overheard something that compromised my escape route.
00:02:56,693 --> 00:03:00,322What about bombing CTU? All those people you used to work with?
00:03:00,413 --> 00:03:04,565I didn't bomb CTU. I just sold the plans.
00:03:05,413 --> 00:03:08,769You believe what you have to, but you killed your friends.
00:03:08,853 --> 00:03:11,572Shut up, Jack! Shut up!
00:03:12,293 --> 00:03:14,807Now we are done talking!
00:03:16,333 --> 00:03:21,566We're just gonna wait for Palmer to call and then this'll all be over. You got it?
00:03:25,773 --> 00:03:31,086You know what, Nina? You're right. I don't really wanna just sit here and wait to die.
00:03:31,173 --> 00:03:33,482Don't move, Jack!
00:03:33,573 --> 00:03:35,052I mean it!
00:03:38,333 --> 00:03:43,123You kill me before they verify the information, you'll be in violation of your agreement.
00:03:43,213 --> 00:03:46,603- They'll just slap your ass back in jail.
00:03:47,813 --> 00:03:50,043I'm already dead.
00:03:51,333 --> 00:03:53,688Last warning, Jack.
00:03:53,773 --> 00:03:56,526That's it. One more step and I'll shoot.
00:03:58,533 --> 00:03:59,761Argh!
00:03:59,853 --> 00:04:02,572- (man) Team one, move in! Go!
00:04:02,653 --> 00:04:04,962- (man) Move, move, move!
00:04:06,813 --> 00:04:09,008(man) Secure the weapon.
00:04:09,933 --> 00:04:11,844(man #2) Got it.
00:04:13,053 --> 00:04:15,931- (man) Notify the chopper.
00:04:19,453 --> 00:04:21,683- Let's go.
00:04:21,773 --> 00:04:23,525We've been through this.
00:04:23,613 --> 00:04:26,491- I told you before.
00:04:26,573 --> 00:04:29,531Forget about us. You wanna get blown to pieces?
00:04:29,613 --> 00:04:32,889I told you who my dad was. You think they'd send someone from CTU?
00:04:32,973 --> 00:04:35,248- Get in.
00:04:35,333 --> 00:04:39,008- Miguel!
00:04:39,093 --> 00:04:42,130- I got him.
00:04:44,133 --> 00:04:47,091- Careful.
00:04:50,933 --> 00:04:53,493Yes. Good. Yes, I'll tell him.
00:04:54,693 --> 00:04:56,604It's over.
00:04:57,733 --> 00:05:01,328- Is Jack OK?
00:05:01,413 --> 00:05:04,928- What about her?
00:05:06,013 --> 00:05:08,891They're awaiting orders. Do you want her taken to prison?
00:05:08,973 --> 00:05:12,283No. We'll honour our original deal.
00:05:12,373 --> 00:05:15,922I'll pardon her as soon as we confirm her information.
00:05:16,013 --> 00:05:19,289- In the meantime, where do you want her?
00:05:19,693 --> 00:05:23,208Let her share the fate of everyone she's endangered.
00:05:23,293 --> 00:05:25,329Yes, sir.
00:05:28,213 --> 00:05:32,968That's affirmative. I'll meet the chopper just south of the gully in the field.
00:05:33,093 --> 00:05:35,448- (man over radio) Roger that.
00:05:45,533 --> 00:05:47,524Now... (whispers)
00:06:44,413 --> 00:06:49,089We're here to find transactions you claim Bob Warner had with Syed Ali.
00:06:49,173 --> 00:06:51,971The sooner we do that, the sooner we're out of here.
00:06:52,053 --> 00:06:53,930Have a seat.
00:06:56,773 --> 00:06:59,731- I can't work like this.
00:07:05,533 --> 00:07:08,411How do I open the invoice files?
00:07:13,093 --> 00:07:15,891- What?
00:07:15,973 --> 00:07:19,852- File, open, warehouse.
00:07:19,933 --> 00:07:22,845- Chronologically, I think.
00:07:24,293 --> 00:07:28,730Look, my fianc
00:07:28,813 --> 00:07:33,170And since he's my employer, that pretty much means my whole life's in the toilet.
00:07:33,253 --> 00:07:36,689So why don't you cut me some slack?
00:07:36,773 --> 00:07:39,890There's a nuke somewhere in this city.
00:07:39,973 --> 00:07:44,046And if you don't give me something useful in the next hour,
00:07:44,133 --> 00:07:47,011I'll take you back to CTU and chain you to the roof,
00:07:47,093 --> 00:07:51,450so you'll have a front row seat when the damn thing goes off.
00:08:06,013 --> 00:08:07,969(they speakArabic)
00:08:41,493 --> 00:08:44,291Do you want to suffer as he did?
00:08:44,373 --> 00:08:46,648No, of course not.
00:08:52,213 --> 00:08:57,571Then tell me what you've learned from your father's computer files,
00:08:57,653 --> 00:08:59,530who you told.
00:09:00,253 --> 00:09:04,087I already told you. I don't know anything.
00:09:29,493 --> 00:09:31,404Jack Bauer.
00:09:35,413 --> 00:09:36,687Jack?
00:09:36,773 --> 00:09:41,085Mr President, the soldiers that attacked us at the crash site,
00:09:41,173 --> 00:09:45,007they were Americans, or at least, American trained.
00:09:45,093 --> 00:09:46,651What?
00:09:46,733 --> 00:09:50,851One of the soldiers that was killed had a tattoo of a coral snake on his arm.
00:09:50,933 --> 00:09:53,766That's a signature of a group out of Fort Benning.
00:09:53,853 --> 00:09:57,323- What sort of group?
00:09:57,413 --> 00:09:59,802The only reason I know about the tattoos,
00:09:59,893 --> 00:10:02,771is because early in my career they tried to recruit me.
00:10:02,853 --> 00:10:05,845Their commander is a Colonel Samuels.
00:10:05,933 --> 00:10:09,812- I've never heard of this unit.
00:10:09,893 --> 00:10:13,522They'd be buried pretty heavily in NSA's budget.
00:10:13,613 --> 00:10:14,887NSA.
00:10:16,453 --> 00:10:18,205OK.
00:10:18,293 --> 00:10:23,890Even if NSA originally trained him, isn't it possible he's freelancing now? A mercenary?
00:10:23,973 --> 00:10:26,533If it was just the tattoo, I'd agree with you.
00:10:26,613 --> 00:10:29,969But the men that attacked us had access to our flight plan.
00:10:30,053 --> 00:10:33,762The only way they could have got that information was from on the inside.
00:10:33,853 --> 00:10:38,881Mr President, I know it sounds very far-fetched that we got attacked by Americans,
00:10:38,973 --> 00:10:42,807but that tattoo is very distinctive and very specific.
00:10:42,893 --> 00:10:45,566I appreciate the information. Where are you now?
00:10:45,653 --> 00:10:49,931We're in a chopper. We're on our way to the address that Nina Meyers provided for us.
00:10:50,013 --> 00:10:53,722We should be touching down soon, sir. Our ETA is 15 minutes.
00:10:53,813 --> 00:10:57,169- Keep me posted, Jack.
00:11:05,573 --> 00:11:08,770Jack's on his way to the Syed Ali house. Do you want a feed up here?
00:11:08,853 --> 00:11:12,084No. I assume you have that under control.
00:11:13,093 --> 00:11:15,004Yeah, we do.
00:11:17,453 --> 00:11:20,365(coughs)
00:11:22,293 --> 00:11:24,966Was there something else?
00:11:32,613 --> 00:11:34,251I'm sorry.
00:11:43,013 --> 00:11:45,766So what are you gonna do tomorrow?
00:11:45,853 --> 00:11:48,447- What?
00:11:48,533 --> 00:11:50,444Thought about it?
00:11:51,813 --> 00:11:52,962No.
00:11:53,933 --> 00:11:56,572You'll probably come back to work here?
00:11:57,373 --> 00:11:59,523Of course. Why wouldn't I?
00:11:59,613 --> 00:12:04,050I don't know. Are you happy in this job? Hm?
00:12:05,173 --> 00:12:10,327Believe it or not, I used to want to be a teacher... a long time ago.
00:12:11,013 --> 00:12:13,083You know why I didn't?
00:12:13,173 --> 00:12:17,007Cos DOD offered me more money. That's how I made my decision.
00:12:19,253 --> 00:12:21,767So I made myself miserable,
00:12:21,853 --> 00:12:27,928and I made everybody else around me miserable for an extra $5,000 a year.
00:12:28,693 --> 00:12:30,888That was my price.
00:12:30,973 --> 00:12:32,088Sorry.
00:12:38,213 --> 00:12:41,649You know, Michelle, I'm not a big advice giver,
00:12:41,733 --> 00:12:44,486but under the circumstances...
00:12:45,653 --> 00:12:48,486Don't wait around for your life to happen to you.
00:12:48,573 --> 00:12:51,451Find something that makes you happy, do it.
00:12:53,813 --> 00:12:58,125Because everything else is all just background noise.
00:13:13,253 --> 00:13:15,164- Roger.
00:13:17,853 --> 00:13:22,608Tell me everything you know about Colonel Ron Samuels from Fort Benning.
00:13:22,693 --> 00:13:24,809I don't know anything about Samuels.
00:13:24,893 --> 00:13:29,648What about a special ops units from down there called Coral Snake?
00:13:29,733 --> 00:13:31,530No, sir. Nothing.
00:13:31,613 --> 00:13:35,492How could NSA be funding a paramilitary group and you not know about it?
00:13:35,573 --> 00:13:38,610Without knowing specifics, I really can't say for sure.
00:13:40,213 --> 00:13:43,046My guess is that the Department of Defense
00:13:43,133 --> 00:13:46,091has used some of their discretionary resources,
00:13:46,173 --> 00:13:50,564attached our name for budgetary purposes. It happens all the time.
00:13:50,653 --> 00:13:55,488That's absurd. NSA is information gathering only. They have no military mandate.
00:13:55,573 --> 00:13:59,725I'd assume that this Coral Snake group,
00:13:59,813 --> 00:14:02,566like many others that we see,
00:14:02,653 --> 00:14:07,090falls under somebody's pet project, gets funded on the sly.
00:14:07,173 --> 00:14:11,803How would you know that, Roger? A minute ago you told me you'd never heard of them.
00:14:11,893 --> 00:14:16,045I'm just conjecturing from past experience, Mr President.
00:14:17,493 --> 00:14:21,645I have no concrete information. Let me look into it.
00:14:22,493 --> 00:14:24,643You do that.
00:14:44,973 --> 00:14:50,047Jack Bauer's plane was shot down by an American military unit.
00:14:50,133 --> 00:14:54,923Jack told me himself. I won't go into details, except to say that I believe him.
00:14:55,013 --> 00:14:57,402American military? Why?
00:14:57,493 --> 00:14:59,723I just spoke to Roger Stanton.
00:14:59,813 --> 00:15:03,362I think he's hiding something from me. I'm going to arrest him.
00:15:05,653 --> 00:15:07,530Arrest the head of NSA?
00:15:08,973 --> 00:15:13,922Bauer said the unit that attacked his plane is connected to a Colonel Samuels.
00:15:14,653 --> 00:15:16,803Samuels is funded by NSA.
00:15:18,053 --> 00:15:21,887With all due respect, David, that's pretty thin.
00:15:21,973 --> 00:15:23,691By itself, yes.
00:15:23,773 --> 00:15:26,082But the ambassador's chopper crash,
00:15:26,173 --> 00:15:29,404the evacuation of military personnel out of LA,
00:15:29,493 --> 00:15:34,487Ron Wieland's escape from custody, those things happened after Stanton arrived.
00:15:35,133 --> 00:15:39,649Firing Stanton will cause chaos. All the agencies report through him.
00:15:39,733 --> 00:15:42,691He's running the search for the bomb, for crying out loud.
00:15:42,773 --> 00:15:46,129If the president's right, he's not running it, he's impeding it.
00:15:46,213 --> 00:15:49,205- Why would he do such a thing?
00:15:49,293 --> 00:15:53,684But if he is, we have a better chance of finding the bomb if we get rid of him.
00:15:54,173 --> 00:15:55,731David...
00:15:55,813 --> 00:15:58,373you can't do this on a hunch.
00:15:58,453 --> 00:16:01,729If Stanton turns out to be innocent and that bomb goes off,
00:16:01,813 --> 00:16:04,281you'll be blamed for the death of millions.
00:16:04,373 --> 00:16:08,252If you do nothing and he is guilty of something, you'll be blamed anyway.
00:16:08,333 --> 00:16:13,885No, no, no. At the very least, we need to get some kind of proof, some evidence.
00:16:13,973 --> 00:16:18,012You cannot just arrest the head of NSA, David.
00:16:18,093 --> 00:16:20,607Sherry's right, Mike. We need proof.
00:16:22,813 --> 00:16:28,171Find me a connection between Stanton and this Colonel Samuels. And find it quickly.
00:16:37,933 --> 00:16:40,925(dispatcher) LA County 470, go ahead.
00:16:41,013 --> 00:16:45,370This is Officer Brown with Valley. I'm trying to reach Detective Bill Gucoff.
00:16:45,453 --> 00:16:49,446Brown. You're transporting two suspects down to Central?
00:16:49,533 --> 00:16:53,412- Mm-hm, that's right.
00:16:53,493 --> 00:16:55,643- Gucoff here.
00:16:55,733 --> 00:16:59,009- Yeah?
00:16:59,733 --> 00:17:03,885- All right. You got everything under control?
00:17:03,973 --> 00:17:07,283- What?
00:17:08,253 --> 00:17:10,289- Why?
00:17:10,373 --> 00:17:12,523What? You're crazy.
00:17:12,613 --> 00:17:15,923He'll have to pull over and stop the car.
00:17:16,013 --> 00:17:18,811- And then he'll put it out. Then what?
00:17:18,893 --> 00:17:23,967Maybe it'll do enough damage and we'll have to go back to the station. It'll buy us time.
00:17:24,053 --> 00:17:25,930That is just crazy.
00:17:26,013 --> 00:17:30,529Crazier than going to Los Angeles where a nuclear bomb might go off any minute?
00:17:30,613 --> 00:17:33,286Hey, listen, this may sound a little crazy,
00:17:33,373 --> 00:17:37,605but did you happen to hear anything about some kind of a bomb threat today?
00:17:37,693 --> 00:17:39,172What?
00:17:39,253 --> 00:17:42,165I can't do this. You gotta do it.
00:17:42,253 --> 00:17:45,245- No.
00:17:46,573 --> 00:17:48,291No, I haven't heard anything.
00:17:48,373 --> 00:17:50,364- Come on.
00:17:56,093 --> 00:17:59,802Why? Somebody tell you there was a bomb or something?
00:17:59,893 --> 00:18:04,489What's going on? You know something that I don't? What's up?
00:18:04,573 --> 00:18:08,168(Brown) I don't know. It may be nothing, but one of the kids here,
00:18:08,253 --> 00:18:10,323apparently her father works for CTU.
00:18:10,413 --> 00:18:12,688(lighter clicks)
00:18:12,773 --> 00:18:15,446He gave her some kind of information about a bomb.
00:18:15,533 --> 00:18:19,287Just check it out for me. Like I said, it's probably nothing, but...
00:18:19,933 --> 00:18:21,969No problem.
00:18:22,053 --> 00:18:24,931OK, Gucoff. Thanks. I owe you one.
00:19:22,133 --> 00:19:24,806- Kim.
00:19:34,853 --> 00:19:38,926- Hello. Can anyone hear me?
00:19:39,013 --> 00:19:41,607Kim. Kim. Don't.
00:19:42,613 --> 00:19:48,245We're on San Fernando, the 118. There's been an accident. We need an ambulance.
00:19:48,333 --> 00:19:51,643- How's the offiicer?
00:19:51,733 --> 00:19:54,088- Two injured?
00:19:54,173 --> 00:19:57,529- Stay there. We're sending someone now.
00:19:57,613 --> 00:20:01,162All units. All units proceed to San Fernando at the 118.
00:20:01,253 --> 00:20:04,051MVA. Offiicer down. Offiicer down.
00:20:26,973 --> 00:20:31,046I'm gonna ask you just once more, huh?
00:20:31,973 --> 00:20:34,168Who did you tell?
00:20:34,253 --> 00:20:36,289No one.
00:20:40,333 --> 00:20:42,927Here's an infrared of the house. Two people in this room.
00:20:43,013 --> 00:20:46,403We assume one is Ali, but we'll need to take 'em both alive.
00:20:46,493 --> 00:20:48,529- Your men in position?
00:20:48,613 --> 00:20:50,012- Good.
00:20:50,093 --> 00:20:51,970- George, it's me.
00:20:52,053 --> 00:20:55,682I'm on site. Syed Ali's in the house. We're gonna move in a minute.
00:20:55,773 --> 00:21:00,289We need auxiliary teams ready to move as soon as we find out the location of this bomb.
00:21:00,373 --> 00:21:05,163- We're already working on it.
00:21:06,493 --> 00:21:10,088Agent Baker? Let me know when your teams are ready.
00:21:14,053 --> 00:21:15,884This is Bob Warner's access code.
00:21:15,973 --> 00:21:19,682As you can see, he logged on roughly twice as often as I did.
00:21:20,653 --> 00:21:24,532- (woman) This is a restricted area.
00:21:24,613 --> 00:21:26,922I'm afraid I can't do that.
00:21:27,013 --> 00:21:30,164- Just a minute. It's our wedding day.
00:21:30,253 --> 00:21:34,644- We're in the middle of an investigation.
00:21:36,093 --> 00:21:39,847- Can I talk to Reza for a minute?
00:21:39,933 --> 00:21:42,572- Make it fast.
00:21:46,813 --> 00:21:49,168Marie?
00:21:53,333 --> 00:21:56,405Hey, what I said before, I didn't mean it.
00:21:57,093 --> 00:21:59,607I'm so sorry. This has been such a shock.
00:21:59,693 --> 00:22:01,684No, no, no. It's all right.
00:22:01,773 --> 00:22:04,003You are the man I'm going to marry.
00:22:04,093 --> 00:22:08,962I know, whatever you're doing, you have to do it. I love you. Whatever happens, happens.
00:22:09,053 --> 00:22:11,362(Reza) My angel.
00:22:11,453 --> 00:22:16,243We have to get back to work. You can wait in the next room if you'd like.
00:22:16,333 --> 00:22:18,244Thank you.
00:22:41,213 --> 00:22:45,206It was barely a nick, not nearly as bad as it feels.
00:22:53,933 --> 00:22:56,811(Kate) You don't have to kill me.
00:22:57,733 --> 00:23:00,566Just leave me here.
00:23:00,653 --> 00:23:03,929By the time someone finds me, you'll be 100 miles away.
00:23:08,293 --> 00:23:12,206Something's going to happen, very soon.
00:23:14,373 --> 00:23:19,242Something terrible, which will cause much suffering.
00:23:20,333 --> 00:23:22,483This will be easier.
00:23:23,933 --> 00:23:25,491(footstep)
00:23:26,893 --> 00:23:28,849(man) Take cover!
00:23:32,173 --> 00:23:34,243Fall back. Fall back.
00:23:34,333 --> 00:23:37,928I have here a woman! If you come any closer, I'll kill the woman!
00:23:41,093 --> 00:23:44,847- Bring in the shield now.
00:23:46,893 --> 00:23:50,681They don't negotiate. Yet they do shoot.
00:23:52,733 --> 00:23:55,691It's not you they want alive, it's me.
00:23:56,573 --> 00:23:59,451I'll try and take him out with a beanbag hit.
00:24:23,293 --> 00:24:26,205Suspect is secure.
00:24:26,293 --> 00:24:28,204You're all right. You're all right.
00:24:28,293 --> 00:24:31,842It's all right. It's all right. Just relax. Take a breath.
00:24:31,933 --> 00:24:35,050It's over. It's over. OK?
00:24:35,133 --> 00:24:38,887- Jack, he's going into convulsions.
00:24:38,973 --> 00:24:43,569- Did you see him take anything?
00:24:44,613 --> 00:24:46,808Cyanide. He must have had it in his mouth.
00:24:46,893 --> 00:24:49,646We need a medic in here now! We need a medic now!
00:24:49,733 --> 00:24:52,008(man over radio) Copy that.
00:24:52,893 --> 00:24:54,611Dammit!
00:24:58,653 --> 00:25:02,202I want him photographed, fingerprints. Send it to CTU for analysis.
00:25:02,293 --> 00:25:05,171I want confirmation that that is Syed Ali.
00:25:21,693 --> 00:25:25,003You called them. You should go.
00:25:25,093 --> 00:25:27,527I'll go when they get here.
00:25:27,613 --> 00:25:31,003It'll be too late. They'll see you.
00:25:31,093 --> 00:25:32,811I'll be fine.
00:25:34,253 --> 00:25:36,164(Kim weeps)
00:25:39,733 --> 00:25:44,329Thank you so much... for everything.
00:25:47,173 --> 00:25:52,167As soon as this is all over, I'm gonna find you. OK? I promise.
00:25:52,253 --> 00:25:54,164(distant sirens)
00:25:57,973 --> 00:25:59,884Go.
00:26:07,293 --> 00:26:09,204(sirens get louder)
00:26:32,373 --> 00:26:35,285(medic) Notify Dispatch. 143.
00:26:39,453 --> 00:26:43,241- (Baker) Did you get the area locked down?
00:26:48,453 --> 00:26:50,967You should drink some water.
00:27:05,813 --> 00:27:08,611Kate, my name is Jack Bauer. I'm a federal agent.
00:27:08,693 --> 00:27:13,813You've been through an ordeal, but I have to ask you a few questions. Is that all right?
00:27:14,853 --> 00:27:17,526- How did you get here?
00:27:20,013 --> 00:27:24,370I was... trying to help my sister.
00:27:24,453 --> 00:27:29,163So I hired a private investigator. Those men thought we knew something...
00:27:29,253 --> 00:27:35,089Slow down, slow down. The dead man in the other room was a private investigator?
00:27:36,733 --> 00:27:38,928Paul Koplin.
00:27:39,013 --> 00:27:40,844What they did to him...
00:27:40,933 --> 00:27:44,846They? There was more than one man here? How many men were there?
00:27:44,933 --> 00:27:49,370Two. The other one left before you came.
00:27:49,453 --> 00:27:52,445Did you get his name?
00:27:52,533 --> 00:27:55,001- Syed Ali.
00:27:56,133 --> 00:27:59,125Can you describe him for me?
00:27:59,213 --> 00:28:01,329Tall. Thin.
00:28:01,853 --> 00:28:03,923Do you remember what he was wearing?
00:28:04,013 --> 00:28:08,882A black shirt. With... silver buttons down the front.
00:28:08,973 --> 00:28:10,326Black pants.
00:28:10,413 --> 00:28:14,201Do you remember what kind of a car he got into? Do you know where he was going?
00:28:15,373 --> 00:28:18,012Excuse me for one moment.
00:28:18,093 --> 00:28:20,243Baker, this is Agent Bauer.
00:28:20,333 --> 00:28:25,691Syed Ali is still alive. We are looking for a Middle Eastern man, wearing all black.
00:28:25,773 --> 00:28:28,241I didn't get a make on the car. Send out an APB.
00:28:28,333 --> 00:28:30,722- We need to find him now.
00:28:30,813 --> 00:28:34,408Kate, you said you came here to help your sister. Who is she?
00:28:34,493 --> 00:28:37,007Marie. Marie Warner.
00:28:38,813 --> 00:28:41,691She was supposed to get married today.
00:28:46,253 --> 00:28:48,084Tell Mike what you told me.
00:28:48,173 --> 00:28:53,566There's a back-channel communications network the CIA used to use, called OPCOM.
00:28:53,653 --> 00:28:56,042It's been shut down for over 20 years.
00:28:56,133 --> 00:28:59,887Last month, NSA was given orders to resurrect it.
00:28:59,973 --> 00:29:03,761It was an eyes-only order issued by Roger Stanton.
00:29:09,213 --> 00:29:13,411- I'm not sure that's enough.
00:29:13,493 --> 00:29:17,452Unless Stanton used OPCOM to contact Colonel Samuels in the last few hours.
00:29:17,533 --> 00:29:19,603My source is checking on that now.
00:29:19,693 --> 00:29:25,211Mike, call the Attorney General. Start working on this from the legal side.
00:29:26,413 --> 00:29:31,203If we find this connection, we'll move on it, have Stanton arrested.
00:29:41,773 --> 00:29:46,528I think we got a positive ID. Cross-reference his prints with the name Paul Koplin.
00:29:46,613 --> 00:29:48,922- (woman) CTU?
00:29:49,013 --> 00:29:51,243Hold, please.
00:29:51,333 --> 00:29:53,801- It's Tony. What's up?
00:29:53,893 --> 00:29:57,602I just questioned the woman that Ali was torturing for information.
00:29:57,693 --> 00:30:00,253Her name is Kate Warner. Run a background check.
00:30:00,333 --> 00:30:02,972- Did you say Kate Warner?
00:30:03,053 --> 00:30:07,331I had her family picked up this morning. I was with her hours ago.
00:30:07,413 --> 00:30:10,211- What's the connection?
00:30:10,293 --> 00:30:13,012her sister's fianc
00:30:13,093 --> 00:30:16,210He's denying it. He says it was the father, Bob Warner.
00:30:16,293 --> 00:30:20,252Richards took Naiyeer to Bob Warner's office to hack into his computer.
00:30:20,333 --> 00:30:23,484I have Warner here with me right now.
00:30:23,573 --> 00:30:28,772Jack, will Kate talk to you? Cos her family's not cooperating.
00:30:28,853 --> 00:30:33,608Yeah. But I gotta give her time. She's been through hell. You should see this place.
00:30:35,293 --> 00:30:37,853Jack, there's one more thing.
00:30:37,933 --> 00:30:38,968What?
00:30:39,053 --> 00:30:42,602The father, Bob Warner, he freelances for the CIA.
00:30:46,653 --> 00:30:51,010We're gonna have to start from the beginning. You'll have to run everything again.
00:30:51,093 --> 00:30:55,405Start connecting the dots. These people are involved. You gotta find out how.
00:30:55,493 --> 00:30:59,327- Get back to me when you've got anything.
00:31:05,613 --> 00:31:09,492Gentlemen, I need you to pack up. I need the room.
00:31:10,613 --> 00:31:12,922- Agent Baker?
00:31:13,013 --> 00:31:15,481- How's Miss Warner doing?
00:31:16,093 --> 00:31:19,449As soon as you think she's ready, bring her down to the bathroom.
00:31:19,533 --> 00:31:21,842Will do. Baker out.
00:31:25,373 --> 00:31:28,206Those three dates and anything the following week. Hold on.
00:31:28,293 --> 00:31:31,683OK. Good. Let me know as soon as you find something out. Thanks.
00:31:31,773 --> 00:31:33,411- Sir?
00:31:33,493 --> 00:31:36,929- I found a way into the OPCOM channels.
00:31:37,013 --> 00:31:40,210The problem is, the files are pass code protected.
00:31:40,293 --> 00:31:43,365We'll need someone internal to open them. It'll take time.
00:31:43,453 --> 00:31:45,250Hold. No, it's not.
00:31:45,333 --> 00:31:50,361I just got the name of a deputy director who's retired, but his code is still active.
00:31:50,453 --> 00:31:52,045We could use that.
00:31:52,133 --> 00:31:55,762Jean, could you hold on for a sec? Uh-huh. Let's see.
00:31:58,573 --> 00:32:02,646- Try this. It should work. I'm back.
00:32:02,733 --> 00:32:05,042- Good.
00:32:05,133 --> 00:32:09,126Jean, I'm gonna cross-reference these, but I need you to stay in the office.
00:32:09,213 --> 00:32:12,250- No problem.
00:32:13,773 --> 00:32:17,402I'm collecting the dates that Samuels' office logged onto OPCOM.
00:32:17,493 --> 00:32:21,168If Mike can trace Stanton's access, we can look for a match.
00:32:21,253 --> 00:32:25,041- That's great.
00:32:25,133 --> 00:32:29,126Stanton has a dozen staff who share his code. How are we gonna pin it on him?
00:32:29,213 --> 00:32:34,526There's a four-digit subcode that only belongs to him. That's the one that'll nail him.
00:32:36,933 --> 00:32:38,844- Sherry?
00:32:38,933 --> 00:32:41,811You're doing an incredible job here today.
00:32:42,813 --> 00:32:44,724Thank you.
00:32:46,053 --> 00:32:50,205I'd forgotten how talented you are at all this stuff.
00:32:50,293 --> 00:32:53,490David, I've worked with you for over 25 years.
00:32:54,613 --> 00:32:57,081It had to rub off on me somehow.
00:32:58,973 --> 00:33:01,362I'm glad you're here.
00:33:05,013 --> 00:33:07,811I have always been here.
00:33:08,893 --> 00:33:10,804You remember that.
00:33:14,173 --> 00:33:15,891Yeah.
00:33:34,693 --> 00:33:36,843All right. Call me if there's anything.
00:33:38,973 --> 00:33:42,045- That was Barbara at the Warner office.
00:33:42,133 --> 00:33:46,570Nothing yet. They're still going through the records. Reza seems to be cooperating.
00:33:46,653 --> 00:33:48,291This is driving me crazy.
00:33:48,373 --> 00:33:52,605It doesn't make sense that Syed Ali has a connection to this white-bread family.
00:33:52,693 --> 00:33:55,127So you believe Bob Warner?
00:33:55,213 --> 00:34:00,333There's nothing in his profile or behaviour that suggests he's involved with terrorists.
00:34:00,413 --> 00:34:03,007I agree. But look at the facts.
00:34:03,093 --> 00:34:06,210There is a paper trail between Warner Investments and Ali.
00:34:06,293 --> 00:34:08,363Kate Warner was abducted for a reason.
00:34:08,453 --> 00:34:10,728I know.
00:34:10,813 --> 00:34:16,285Look, put together a list of all the managers and directors of Bob Warner's company.
00:34:16,373 --> 00:34:19,206- I want to widen the search a notch.
00:34:19,293 --> 00:34:21,124Anything else?
00:34:21,213 --> 00:34:22,885Yeah.
00:34:22,973 --> 00:34:27,012I was talking to Mason before, and...
00:34:29,453 --> 00:34:31,250And?
00:34:31,333 --> 00:34:34,609This is hardly the time, but I don't know how much time we have,
00:34:34,693 --> 00:34:40,325so... I just wanted you to know that if you wanted to go out sometime...
00:34:40,413 --> 00:34:44,008- Michelle...
00:34:44,093 --> 00:34:46,004No, Michelle...
00:34:48,133 --> 00:34:49,805I feel the same way.
00:34:52,053 --> 00:34:55,329I've just been keeping my distance because...
00:34:56,813 --> 00:35:00,442Because of what happened between you and Nina?
00:35:02,973 --> 00:35:04,292Yeah.
00:35:05,893 --> 00:35:08,691So you think I just want you for your information?
00:35:11,693 --> 00:35:15,811So... what are we saying here, then?
00:35:16,853 --> 00:35:19,162If we save LA from a nuclear bomb,
00:35:19,253 --> 00:35:23,166then you and I can get together for dinner and a movie? Is that it?
00:35:26,933 --> 00:35:30,289- I'll get that list.
00:35:37,133 --> 00:35:43,208Syed Ali left... after he killed Mr Koplin.
00:35:45,733 --> 00:35:48,611They talked for a minute or two.
00:35:49,533 --> 00:35:52,411They looked at me a couple of times.
00:35:55,613 --> 00:35:59,811It was like... like I wasn't important any more.
00:36:03,373 --> 00:36:05,489They embraced, and he left.
00:36:09,493 --> 00:36:13,247Did they say anything to each other when he was leaving?
00:36:13,333 --> 00:36:17,292Yes, but... they spoke so softly.
00:36:17,373 --> 00:36:19,841And mostly in Arabic.
00:36:21,013 --> 00:36:24,210Arabic? How can you be so sure?
00:36:24,293 --> 00:36:28,127My family lived in Saudi Arabia when I was younger.
00:36:28,213 --> 00:36:31,728When my sister got engaged to Reza, I picked it up again.
00:36:31,813 --> 00:36:36,091Can you identify any words that they said? Anything at all?
00:36:39,493 --> 00:36:43,452Salat. They said "salat" several times. It means prayer.
00:36:43,533 --> 00:36:48,049But I couldn't really hear anything. They were so soft.
00:36:48,133 --> 00:36:50,601Baker, this is Jack. Get ahold of CTU.
00:36:50,693 --> 00:36:53,491I want a list of every mosque in a 15-mile radius.
00:36:53,573 --> 00:36:56,883- Mosques?
00:36:56,973 --> 00:36:59,407- The time fits.
00:37:02,333 --> 00:37:05,689- Did that help?
00:37:05,773 --> 00:37:08,492Yes, I think it did.
00:37:08,573 --> 00:37:09,801OK.
00:37:09,893 --> 00:37:15,092Kate, the normal protocol would be to transfer you back to CTU for further debriefing.
00:37:17,373 --> 00:37:21,412But the truth is, I don't know what Syed Ali looks like.
00:37:22,333 --> 00:37:25,211No one does, except for you.
00:37:27,573 --> 00:37:30,167I need you to identify him for me.
00:37:34,173 --> 00:37:36,084(mobile phone rings)
00:37:40,013 --> 00:37:42,402- Stanton.
00:37:43,693 --> 00:37:45,604Excuse me.
00:37:56,253 --> 00:38:00,166- You know better than to call me here.
00:38:00,253 --> 00:38:02,289- How?
00:38:02,373 --> 00:38:04,728- What?!
00:38:04,813 --> 00:38:07,168He was gonna find out one way or another.
00:38:07,253 --> 00:38:10,962This way, I get him trusting me again, little by little.
00:38:11,053 --> 00:38:15,285- What do we do now?
00:38:15,373 --> 00:38:19,366David's having an arrest warrant drawn up as we speak.
00:38:19,453 --> 00:38:23,685Stay the course, Roger. When this is over, you'll have everything you want.
00:38:23,773 --> 00:38:27,402While, in the meantime, it's important that you don't talk.
00:38:27,493 --> 00:38:29,848- Don't talk about you.
00:38:29,933 --> 00:38:32,686It's more important than ever that I stay in place.
00:38:32,773 --> 00:38:35,651- How much time do I have?
00:38:43,133 --> 00:38:45,124Hold on.
00:38:45,213 --> 00:38:48,569Here's the shipping order. It was entered last January.
00:38:48,653 --> 00:38:52,248- Bob and I were both in Europe then.
00:38:52,333 --> 00:38:58,249That's not possible. It's not international. But it didn't originate from this terminal either.
00:39:01,213 --> 00:39:02,692Somebody hacked in.
00:39:05,813 --> 00:39:11,410Hold on. This can't be. I set up this program on my own computer.
00:39:12,373 --> 00:39:16,810- You said you were out of the country.
00:39:16,893 --> 00:39:19,965Who else had access to it?
00:39:20,053 --> 00:39:21,930Nobody.
00:39:25,573 --> 00:39:27,165Except...
00:39:30,093 --> 00:39:31,492Marie?
00:39:32,613 --> 00:39:35,491I didn't expect you to find anything.
00:39:36,813 --> 00:39:38,565I underestimated you.
00:40:08,133 --> 00:40:11,011Well then, the last two years have just been...
00:40:12,213 --> 00:40:15,330It's just been an act, is that it? I mean nothing to you?
00:40:21,413 --> 00:40:23,131Huh?
00:40:23,213 --> 00:40:25,886I don't understand. Say something, Marie!
00:40:26,973 --> 00:40:31,410Reza... you really are very sweet.
00:41:11,733 --> 00:41:14,725Visiontext Subtitles: Yasmin Rammohan
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