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 --> 00:00:17,292- Tony, got a second?
00:00:17,373 --> 00:00:20,251I think it's time I stepped down. Here you go.
00:00:20,333 --> 00:00:21,322What's this?
00:00:21,413 --> 00:00:26,248Access codes to CTU and Division. You're the new CTU director, Tony.
00:00:26,333 --> 00:00:29,609Let me out of here right now. I knowthe bomb didn't go off.
00:00:29,693 --> 00:00:32,924- I just wanted some company.
00:00:33,013 --> 00:00:35,846- This is where I belong.
00:00:35,933 --> 00:00:39,846Here. Take it. There's cougars out there.
00:00:39,933 --> 00:00:42,845If you see one, fire a shot in the air and it'll take off.
00:00:42,933 --> 00:00:46,448Roger Stanton confesses that he's known about the bomb for weeks.
00:00:46,533 --> 00:00:51,812You have to trust me, David. Your presidency is in jeopardy. Let me help you.
00:00:51,893 --> 00:00:54,202No. You'll leave now.
00:00:54,293 --> 00:00:58,969If you resist in any way, I'll have no choice but to place you under arrest.
00:00:59,053 --> 00:01:02,966- You gotta give me your badge, Kate.
00:01:03,053 --> 00:01:05,613(gunshot)
00:01:05,693 --> 00:01:08,605Where's the bomb, Marie? The real bomb?
00:01:08,693 --> 00:01:12,129You can go to hell, you bastard. I'm not telling you anything.
00:01:12,213 --> 00:01:16,525Why do you want me and my team to leave here so fast? The bomb's still here, isn't it?
00:01:16,613 --> 00:01:20,288Initiate a grid search on every outbuilding at the airport,
00:01:20,373 --> 00:01:22,648starting at the north end, headed south.
00:01:22,733 --> 00:01:25,372The bomb is on site. I repeat: the bomb is on site.
00:01:25,453 --> 00:01:28,525- It's armed.
00:01:28,613 --> 00:01:31,605I can't tell. It could be any second.
00:01:42,453 --> 00:01:45,126Let everyone know we'll be working in hangar 12.
00:01:45,213 --> 00:01:48,603We're on standby here. Anything you need, Agent Bauer.
00:01:48,693 --> 00:01:50,172Copy that.
00:01:50,253 --> 00:01:52,244Right here should be fine.
00:01:57,013 --> 00:01:59,004I need a relay here.
00:02:00,453 --> 00:02:03,525Let me get a look at the circuit panel.
00:02:05,933 --> 00:02:10,370They redirected the circuit. Bypass ready.
00:02:11,413 --> 00:02:15,122- Easy, easy.
00:02:15,213 --> 00:02:17,602Let's check out that timer switch.
00:02:18,533 --> 00:02:21,366Hang on. Adjust the flash cap.
00:02:22,933 --> 00:02:25,606It's a little tight. Almost there.
00:02:26,493 --> 00:02:29,326- Got it. How's that?
00:02:33,853 --> 00:02:35,844Cap it off.
00:02:37,733 --> 00:02:39,530I need the bypass.
00:02:43,733 --> 00:02:46,805- It worked. We're in good shape.
00:02:57,213 --> 00:02:59,283George? What are you doing here?
00:03:00,013 --> 00:03:03,210This is what killed me. I'd like to be here when they lay it to rest.
00:03:03,293 --> 00:03:05,329Got it diffused yet?
00:03:05,413 --> 00:03:08,689- Notyet. They're looking at ten minutes.
00:03:08,773 --> 00:03:12,209- They haven't been able to read it.
00:03:12,293 --> 00:03:14,887George, they've got it under control.
00:03:14,973 --> 00:03:18,124There's gotta be somewhere else you'd rather be.
00:03:18,213 --> 00:03:24,049I promised myself I would see this through to the end. That's what I'm gonna do.
00:03:29,613 --> 00:03:32,764- You all right?
00:03:34,573 --> 00:03:36,052(beeping)
00:03:36,333 --> 00:03:38,130Dammit.
00:03:40,413 --> 00:03:42,608Just give me a minute, OK?
00:03:51,373 --> 00:03:56,049- Is there a problem?
00:03:56,133 --> 00:03:59,250I should've seen it, but it was disguised.
00:04:00,293 --> 00:04:06,289If it's dismantled or disconnected from the main casing, it'll detonate.
00:04:07,653 --> 00:04:11,328Are you telling me that there is no way to disarm this bomb?
00:04:11,413 --> 00:04:13,802That's what I'm telling you.
00:04:15,213 --> 00:04:17,204Goodrich.
00:04:19,893 --> 00:04:22,851They can't diffuse it. We'll have to fly it out.
00:04:22,933 --> 00:04:29,247This airport doesn't accommodate jets, so find me the fastest reliable plane you can.
00:04:29,333 --> 00:04:32,530There's a Cessna Caravan in front of hangar three.
00:04:32,613 --> 00:04:34,649She's rock solid, cruises at 210.
00:04:34,733 --> 00:04:37,042Get it.
00:04:44,453 --> 00:04:45,647Northwest Regional?
00:04:45,733 --> 00:04:51,444This is Jack Bauer. I need to speak with the president. It's urgent. Thank you.
00:04:51,533 --> 00:04:53,763(beeping)
00:04:53,853 --> 00:04:56,651- Did you get a look at the timer?
00:04:56,733 --> 00:05:01,249- How much time have we got?
00:05:45,173 --> 00:05:48,245(# rock over car radio)
00:05:48,333 --> 00:05:50,403Need a ride?
00:05:52,773 --> 00:05:55,970- Where are you going?
00:05:56,053 --> 00:05:59,204- San Jose.
00:05:59,293 --> 00:06:02,842Santa Clara, actually. It's just a few minutes past San Jose.
00:06:08,413 --> 00:06:12,326- Know what? That's OK. I'm fine, thanks.
00:06:13,173 --> 00:06:15,733- I'm not.
00:06:15,813 --> 00:06:19,283- No point wandering around in the night.
00:06:19,373 --> 00:06:21,489One second you need a ride, next you don't.
00:06:21,573 --> 00:06:25,122I'm sorry. It's nice that you pulled over. It's just that...
00:06:25,213 --> 00:06:28,364Get back in the car now.
00:06:32,733 --> 00:06:35,930You don't know how to use that thing.
00:06:36,013 --> 00:06:38,811Get back in the car and keep driving.
00:06:46,613 --> 00:06:48,604Bitch!
00:06:56,773 --> 00:07:00,846- Sir, when will you have a decision?
00:07:00,933 --> 00:07:04,084- Ten minutes.
00:07:04,173 --> 00:07:07,688In the meantime, prepare for the two possibilities we discussed.
00:07:07,773 --> 00:07:10,651- And coordinate with the FAA.
00:07:10,733 --> 00:07:15,249I want maps and charts for both scenarios. Pacific Ocean here, desert here.
00:07:15,333 --> 00:07:19,451We're ready to assemble. I'll get back to you when we have a final decision.
00:07:19,533 --> 00:07:20,602Yes, sir.
00:07:21,573 --> 00:07:24,406I wish I had more faith in the reliability...
00:07:24,493 --> 00:07:26,768- Best you can, Mike.
00:07:26,853 --> 00:07:30,129I'll discuss consequences of detonation in the Pacific Ocean.
00:07:30,213 --> 00:07:32,408Lynne will do the same for the Mojave Desert.
00:07:32,493 --> 00:07:36,372In the time available, the plane can get roughly 80 miles offshore.
00:07:36,453 --> 00:07:40,446If it splashes down just before detonation, the bomb will go off underwater.
00:07:40,533 --> 00:07:43,206The ocean will absorb a large portion of the radiation.
00:07:43,293 --> 00:07:48,048However, prevailing winds would blow a moderate level of fallout
00:07:48,133 --> 00:07:50,647back over the city of Los Angeles.
00:07:50,733 --> 00:07:55,932Over time, there would be a high incidence of cancer and other radiation-related diseases.
00:07:56,013 --> 00:07:59,642- But there'll be no immediate casualty.
00:07:59,733 --> 00:08:03,692The shipping lanes into the port of Los Angeles are extremely busy.
00:08:03,773 --> 00:08:06,048In the 80 square miles off the coast of LA,
00:08:06,133 --> 00:08:10,206the Coast Guard counts two dozen freighters flying flags from around the world,
00:08:10,293 --> 00:08:14,525plus an unknown number of unregistered fishing or pleasure vessels.
00:08:14,613 --> 00:08:18,811It's likely that one or more of them would be sunk or capsized by the blast.
00:08:18,893 --> 00:08:21,088What's the impact on the environment?
00:08:21,173 --> 00:08:25,530The blast will wipe out a substantial pocket of biodiversity.
00:08:25,613 --> 00:08:29,845Keystone species would be exterminated, the food chain would be contaminated,
00:08:29,933 --> 00:08:33,482and the regional ecological infrastructure would collapse.
00:08:33,573 --> 00:08:37,930Marine resources such as offshore drilling, commercial fishing,
00:08:38,013 --> 00:08:44,202even recreational beach usage would become hazardous or impossible for many years.
00:08:44,293 --> 00:08:49,242The ecological and economic effects, Mr President, would be devastating.
00:08:49,333 --> 00:08:53,611- What about the desert?
00:08:53,693 --> 00:08:57,288It's isolated, so inhabited areas won't be immediately affected.
00:08:57,373 --> 00:09:02,731Towns could be evacuated within hours without any serious long-term effects.
00:09:02,813 --> 00:09:06,522We can't rule out the possibility of isolated campers and hikers,
00:09:06,613 --> 00:09:10,003who would be killed or contaminated by the blast.
00:09:10,093 --> 00:09:13,608If the wind shifts substantially during the next few hours,
00:09:13,693 --> 00:09:16,207it could blow fallout over Las Vegas.
00:09:16,293 --> 00:09:21,606The best meteorological projections indicate that that is a very, very slight possibility.
00:09:21,693 --> 00:09:23,843Long-term effects?
00:09:23,933 --> 00:09:29,929An area of a few square miles around ground zero would be highly radioactive for decades,
00:09:30,013 --> 00:09:35,246but the truth is we don't get food or any significant resources from the desert anyway.
00:09:35,333 --> 00:09:39,212So the overall health risk is relatively small.
00:09:41,773 --> 00:09:44,082Sounds like the desert's our best option.
00:09:44,173 --> 00:09:49,327Yes, sir, we do agree with that. But there is one more thing.
00:09:49,413 --> 00:09:52,610In the desert, ground zero has to be a precise location.
00:09:52,693 --> 00:09:55,765A depression, below sea level and surrounded by mountains,
00:09:55,853 --> 00:09:58,447so it could hopefully contain the fallout.
00:09:58,533 --> 00:10:01,923Potential target sites are being researched as we speak.
00:10:02,013 --> 00:10:06,529- All right.
00:10:06,613 --> 00:10:11,289It doesn't have any of the equipment needed to deliver a payload accurately.
00:10:11,373 --> 00:10:17,369To ensure the necessary level of precision, a pilot will have to go down with the plane.
00:10:17,453 --> 00:10:22,732- It's a suicide mission.
00:10:22,813 --> 00:10:25,281It's too imprecise, sir.
00:10:25,373 --> 00:10:30,652If the pilot is flying low enough to ensure accuracy, he would be killed by the blast.
00:10:30,733 --> 00:10:37,172One man dies, Mr President, to ensure the safety of millions.
00:10:45,133 --> 00:10:47,203- Jack?
00:10:47,293 --> 00:10:49,329- The desert.
00:10:49,413 --> 00:10:52,291Jack, my people tell me that the pilot has to die.
00:10:52,373 --> 00:10:57,208CTU came to the same conclusion. The bomb has to be put down on specific coordinates.
00:10:57,293 --> 00:10:59,568I'm sorry, but there isn't another way.
00:10:59,653 --> 00:11:01,928Do we know who the pilot will be?
00:11:02,733 --> 00:11:06,282We have a few volunteers, sir. All of them good men.
00:11:06,373 --> 00:11:11,970Whoever it is, tell him he has the undying gratitude of every citizen of this country.
00:11:13,253 --> 00:11:17,769And tell him we will take care of whatever family he leaves behind.
00:11:17,853 --> 00:11:20,845- Yes, sir. I will.
00:11:20,933 --> 00:11:24,562- Call me back when the plane's in the air.
00:11:30,813 --> 00:11:35,364Funny, I don't see any volunteers. When was the last time you flew a plane?
00:11:35,453 --> 00:11:37,921I can get it in the air and put it down, George.
00:11:38,013 --> 00:11:43,645So can I. I'm current, I'm instrument-rated, and I'm gonna be dead by the end of the day.
00:11:43,733 --> 00:11:48,170- Problem is, you could be dead any minute.
00:11:48,253 --> 00:11:52,929If you blacked out and it went down before it got to the desert, a lot of people will die.
00:11:53,013 --> 00:11:56,562- Come on, Jack.
00:11:56,653 --> 00:12:00,612But I gotta say no. Agent Goodrich, this is Bauer. They chose the desert.
00:12:00,693 --> 00:12:04,527I want you to clear air space and start immediate evacuation now.
00:12:04,613 --> 00:12:08,811Gentlemen! Load this bomb. We are a go!
00:12:30,253 --> 00:12:34,451- (woman) It's not rated as a priority.
00:12:34,533 --> 00:12:36,251- Yes, sir.
00:12:36,333 --> 00:12:40,406All right, Mr Auda. Wait here a second. We'll be right with you.
00:12:42,773 --> 00:12:45,685- Agent Graves.
00:12:45,773 --> 00:12:49,527- They told you what's in the case?
00:12:49,613 --> 00:12:51,046Who's he?
00:12:51,133 --> 00:12:55,206His name is Yusuf Auda. His government assigned him as a liaison.
00:12:55,293 --> 00:13:00,321They gave us information that got us in the safe house. We couldn't refuse to bring him.
00:13:00,413 --> 00:13:04,167- Do you trust him?
00:13:04,253 --> 00:13:08,212Yeah. Take the case and bring it into that conference room around the corner.
00:13:08,293 --> 00:13:09,931- OK.
00:13:10,013 --> 00:13:14,006- Tony Almeida, Director of CTU. Welcome.
00:13:14,093 --> 00:13:17,529Must have had some trip. You were 10,000 miles away this morning.
00:13:17,613 --> 00:13:19,524I'm ready to get back to work.
00:13:19,613 --> 00:13:24,641I understand analysis needs to be done on things seized from Syed Ali's apartment.
00:13:24,733 --> 00:13:28,885Yeah. Our lab needs to do some preliminary work first.
00:13:28,973 --> 00:13:33,888I'll have somebody get you coffee. I'll be with you in a moment, OK? Thank you.
00:13:39,133 --> 00:13:41,124The lab is ready for decryption.
00:13:41,213 --> 00:13:46,128Good. Look, I might need somebody to do a little handholding here.
00:13:46,213 --> 00:13:48,488That man's name over there is Yusuf Auda.
00:13:48,573 --> 00:13:52,964Officially, he's a visiting intelligence agent entitled to full cooperation.
00:13:53,053 --> 00:13:57,126Unofficially, I don't want him to see anything he doesn't need to see.
00:13:57,213 --> 00:13:59,602Make sure anybody you assign understands.
00:13:59,693 --> 00:14:02,127- Sure.
00:14:03,213 --> 00:14:08,492I'm gonna deal with this Mr Auda myself. If you need any help, call Jacobs.
00:14:08,573 --> 00:14:12,725- Tony told you to assign someone to Auda.
00:14:12,813 --> 00:14:16,203You're still not comfortable working with me, are you?
00:14:16,293 --> 00:14:19,046Just do your job, Carrie.
00:14:26,573 --> 00:14:30,691- So, what have we got?
00:14:30,773 --> 00:14:35,085This was well-concealed. Obviously it was of great importance to Ali.
00:14:35,173 --> 00:14:39,769We tried to read it, but it's encrypted. We don't have that technology in the field.
00:14:39,853 --> 00:14:44,051OK. I'll get our people on it right away, see what they can find.
00:14:44,133 --> 00:14:46,124- OK.
00:14:46,213 --> 00:14:48,807Sure.
00:14:54,173 --> 00:14:56,733- Almeida.
00:14:56,813 --> 00:15:00,283- No. We're still working on it.
00:15:00,373 --> 00:15:04,810I understand, but we got our hands full. If you could wait until the plane takes off...
00:15:04,893 --> 00:15:07,965- Tony, I'm flying it.
00:15:08,053 --> 00:15:11,170I'd like to speak with my daughter while I still got time.
00:15:11,253 --> 00:15:13,528There's gotta be somebody else to fly it.
00:15:13,613 --> 00:15:16,525Somebody that doesn't have a family or at least no kids.
00:15:16,613 --> 00:15:20,083I didn't have time to take a census. I can't order anyone to do this.
00:15:20,173 --> 00:15:22,482Please, Tony, you've gotta find her.
00:15:26,373 --> 00:15:28,762- I'll find her.
00:15:28,853 --> 00:15:30,332Yeah?
00:15:31,213 --> 00:15:33,363In my apartment, there's a safe.
00:15:33,453 --> 00:15:38,049Inside is my will and a letter I wrote to Kim in case something ever happened to me.
00:15:38,133 --> 00:15:40,124I'll make sure she gets it, Jack.
00:15:41,453 --> 00:15:45,162- Thanks.
00:16:10,613 --> 00:16:14,367- You all right, honey?
00:16:14,453 --> 00:16:17,331What are you doing way out here?
00:16:18,533 --> 00:16:24,449I was on a date and we parked. He got a little out of hand, so I got out.
00:16:25,693 --> 00:16:27,684Hop in.
00:16:40,373 --> 00:16:43,524Thank you. I really appreciate this.
00:16:43,613 --> 00:16:46,047Where would you like to go?
00:16:46,133 --> 00:16:49,011I have an aunt in San Jose.
00:16:49,093 --> 00:16:54,486You were on a date, it didn't work out, so you're going to your aunt's in San Jose.
00:16:54,573 --> 00:16:58,282Honey, your business is your business, but I'm not an idiot, OK?
00:16:58,373 --> 00:17:05,609I know. It's just been crazy, and it's a long story, and I'm kind of in a little bit of trouble.
00:17:05,693 --> 00:17:09,163If you have a cellphone, I actually really need to make a call.
00:17:09,253 --> 00:17:12,165- To whom?
00:17:20,413 --> 00:17:24,042We synchronised this with the timer on the bomb.
00:17:24,133 --> 00:17:26,169Thank you.
00:17:42,653 --> 00:17:44,769Good luck.
00:17:50,173 --> 00:17:53,006So the plane has some automatic pilot thing?
00:17:53,093 --> 00:17:57,132Actually, no. It'll have to be flown out to a very precise location.
00:17:57,213 --> 00:17:59,727So the pilot...
00:18:01,533 --> 00:18:04,684Oh, my God. Who's it gonna be?
00:18:04,773 --> 00:18:07,003Jack Bauer.
00:18:16,373 --> 00:18:18,364Jack!
00:18:19,093 --> 00:18:22,290I'm sorry, Miss Warner, but you're gonna have to stay here.
00:18:49,613 --> 00:18:52,571Cessna 47 Fox requesting immediate takeoff.
00:18:52,653 --> 00:18:58,250- (man) 47 Fox, you're clear on runway three.
00:19:39,213 --> 00:19:42,444Here's your preliminary draft for your statement tomorrow.
00:19:42,533 --> 00:19:46,731- Yes. Right. Thank you.
00:19:46,813 --> 00:19:50,123- It's at 3,000 feet and climbing.
00:19:50,213 --> 00:19:56,209It's too soon for that, but they'll clear the main population centres in ten minutes.
00:19:56,293 --> 00:19:59,012This is a good start, but I want to go over it again.
00:19:59,093 --> 00:20:04,326Call Davis. I want him to get Air Force One ready as soon as possible.
00:20:04,413 --> 00:20:07,086Sir?
00:20:07,173 --> 00:20:11,007- Do you mind if I ask where you're going?
00:20:12,013 --> 00:20:18,691Mr President, if I may speak frankly, I'm not sure that's a good idea.
00:20:18,773 --> 00:20:22,482It may be a little too "hands-on", for lack of a better term.
00:20:22,573 --> 00:20:27,010The people want to feel that you're managing events, not caught up in them.
00:20:27,093 --> 00:20:31,769And, in any case, I doubt if the Secret Service will even hear of it.
00:20:31,853 --> 00:20:34,845Secret Service works for me. I don't work for them.
00:20:34,933 --> 00:20:37,322Mr President.
00:20:39,533 --> 00:20:41,967Sir, I do agree with Mike.
00:20:42,053 --> 00:20:47,127Once word gets out that this bomb has gone off, there's bound to be civil unrest.
00:20:47,213 --> 00:20:49,807I don't think you should be associated with that.
00:20:49,893 --> 00:20:52,805The whole country will be traumatised by this bomb,
00:20:52,893 --> 00:20:55,088especially the people in Los Angeles.
00:20:55,173 --> 00:20:58,961I'm gonna reassure them that everything is under control. Understood?
00:20:59,053 --> 00:21:01,772Yes, sir. I'll call Davis immediately.
00:21:01,853 --> 00:21:05,448Thank you. We'll leave for the airport now.
00:21:06,213 --> 00:21:10,047Mike, who ended up flying the plane? Did you get a name?
00:21:11,453 --> 00:21:14,331Yes, sir.
00:21:14,413 --> 00:21:16,404Jack Bauer.
00:21:17,853 --> 00:21:22,688I'd have told you sooner, but I figured you had enough on your mind already.
00:21:36,293 --> 00:21:40,047(man) Cessna 47 Fox, climb to 10,000 feet, 0-8-niner.
00:21:40,133 --> 00:21:43,045Roger. 0-8-niner. 10,000 feet.
00:21:43,133 --> 00:21:45,488Expect final vectors in five minutes.
00:21:45,573 --> 00:21:47,245I copy.
00:21:50,413 --> 00:21:55,726Agent Bauer, I've got Tony Almeida. I'm patching him through. Hold on one second.
00:21:55,813 --> 00:21:58,691- Jack, can you hear me?
00:21:58,773 --> 00:22:01,810We found Kim. She's on the other line.
00:22:01,893 --> 00:22:05,010Thank you, Tony. Good work. Have you told her anything?
00:22:05,093 --> 00:22:08,051No. I didn't know if you'd want me to.
00:22:09,093 --> 00:22:11,482OK.
00:22:11,573 --> 00:22:15,009- Put her through, will ya?
00:22:15,653 --> 00:22:19,441- Kim?
00:22:19,533 --> 00:22:23,606- I'm OK, sweetheart. Are you all right?
00:22:23,693 --> 00:22:26,685Thank God. You've had a hell of a day, haven't you?
00:22:26,773 --> 00:22:31,927- Yeah. What's that noise? Where are you?
00:22:32,013 --> 00:22:34,481A plane? Why?
00:22:34,573 --> 00:22:40,967There's something I've gotta tell you. It'll be hard to hear, so I need you to stick with me.
00:22:41,613 --> 00:22:47,245We found the bomb. It was wired in a way that made it impossible to diffuse it.
00:22:47,333 --> 00:22:52,691We needed someone to fly it over the desert, so when it exploded nobody would get killed.
00:22:52,773 --> 00:22:55,241That someone turned out to be me.
00:23:00,333 --> 00:23:03,211How are you getting off the plane?
00:23:07,733 --> 00:23:10,008I'm not, sweetheart.
00:23:10,093 --> 00:23:14,325The bomb has to be dropped in a very specifiic area. There was no other choice.
00:23:14,413 --> 00:23:16,529I'm sorry.
00:23:18,933 --> 00:23:21,447But... Dad?
00:23:24,653 --> 00:23:28,441- Dad, no! No, you can't do this to me!
00:23:28,533 --> 00:23:32,492- There has to be somebody else!
00:23:32,573 --> 00:23:36,691- Kim, I need you to listen to me.
00:23:36,773 --> 00:23:41,972- Sweetheart, what are you sorry for?
00:23:42,053 --> 00:23:46,012I've been so mean and so bad to you.
00:23:46,093 --> 00:23:52,089Honey, anything that ever happened between us... it was never your fault.
00:23:53,413 --> 00:23:58,328I love you just the way you are. I don't ever want you to change, you understand that?
00:23:58,413 --> 00:24:01,450I love you more than anything in the world.
00:24:05,893 --> 00:24:08,043Kim, can you still hear me?
00:24:08,133 --> 00:24:10,363Yes.
00:24:11,493 --> 00:24:15,088Honey, I want you to live your life. I want you to be happy.
00:24:15,173 --> 00:24:18,085That's all I've ever wanted for you.
00:24:19,453 --> 00:24:22,047I want you to try and grow up and be the kind of person
00:24:22,133 --> 00:24:26,968that would have made your mom proud, OK?
00:24:27,053 --> 00:24:29,169Oh, God.
00:24:30,333 --> 00:24:32,563Promise me that.
00:24:33,813 --> 00:24:36,407I promise.
00:24:41,693 --> 00:24:47,211Honey, I've gotta start focusing on what I'm doing up here. I'm running out of time.
00:24:47,293 --> 00:24:49,887I'm gonna have to say goodbye.
00:24:51,453 --> 00:24:55,446I love you more than anything in the world and I will always be with you, OK?
00:24:55,533 --> 00:24:57,524Remember that.
00:24:59,413 --> 00:25:04,885I'm proud of you... and I love you.
00:25:09,173 --> 00:25:12,563- I love you, too, sweetheart.
00:25:13,573 --> 00:25:15,962Goodbye.
00:25:41,413 --> 00:25:44,962I'm sorry, honey. What do you want to do?
00:25:46,693 --> 00:25:49,287- I gotta get out of here.
00:25:49,373 --> 00:25:52,524I was supposed to get out of LA, but it doesn't matter any more.
00:25:52,613 --> 00:25:56,686No, wait a minute. This is crazy. Wait. Just wait. Call someone else.
00:25:56,773 --> 00:25:59,287I can't. I'm OK. I need to be alone.
00:26:12,253 --> 00:26:14,244You OK?
00:26:16,453 --> 00:26:18,444We found Kim.
00:26:18,533 --> 00:26:22,492- Jack get a chance to say goodbye?
00:26:22,573 --> 00:26:24,564So what'd you find?
00:26:24,653 --> 00:26:27,008We decrypted Ali's hard drive.
00:26:27,093 --> 00:26:31,132It's a recording of conversation that took place four months ago.
00:26:31,213 --> 00:26:33,681Conversation between who?
00:26:33,773 --> 00:26:40,246Syed Ali and high-ranking government officials from these three countries.
00:26:47,253 --> 00:26:51,132What we're saying is that these three countries not only knew about the bomb,
00:26:51,213 --> 00:26:53,932but they bought it and supplied it to Syed Ali?
00:26:54,013 --> 00:26:58,768- Yeah. That's what it looks like.
00:26:58,853 --> 00:27:05,042We were rushed, it needs to be refined, but the substance of it is accurate.
00:27:06,733 --> 00:27:10,203We'll need voice authentication on all four of these men.
00:27:10,293 --> 00:27:15,162- I've already got people working on it.
00:27:20,173 --> 00:27:23,210- (woman) Northwest Regional?
00:27:23,293 --> 00:27:26,603I need to speak to the president about today's terrorist attack.
00:27:26,693 --> 00:27:28,684I'll transfer you.
00:27:37,053 --> 00:27:38,532What is it, Mr Almeida?
00:27:38,613 --> 00:27:42,447We have a recording of Syed Ali collaborating with high-ranking officials
00:27:42,533 --> 00:27:46,651from three Middle Eastern countries in preparation for today's attack.
00:27:46,733 --> 00:27:50,885- When did this come to our attention?
00:27:50,973 --> 00:27:54,249- Who else knows?
00:27:54,333 --> 00:27:57,848They have ties to the other agencies, which means everybody knows.
00:27:57,933 --> 00:28:00,845I tagged it with a section-four security, sir.
00:28:00,933 --> 00:28:06,132But I did think it was important to get going on the authentication process quickly.
00:28:06,213 --> 00:28:09,569- How long will that be?
00:28:09,653 --> 00:28:13,089Let me ask you another question, Mr Almeida.
00:28:13,173 --> 00:28:16,802Why would Syed Ali record a conversation like this in the first place?
00:28:16,893 --> 00:28:21,205Half the time these people don't trust each other any more than they trust us.
00:28:21,293 --> 00:28:24,569My guess is Ali wanted some ammunition to protect himself,
00:28:24,653 --> 00:28:28,407in case any of these three countries ever turned against him.
00:28:28,493 --> 00:28:29,243All right.
00:28:29,333 --> 00:28:33,849Thank you, Mr Almeida. I'll let you get back to work. Good job.
00:28:33,933 --> 00:28:36,686Please pass on my appreciation to your staff.
00:28:36,773 --> 00:28:39,571- Thank you, Mr President.
00:28:42,213 --> 00:28:45,842Three governments in the Middle East may be behind this bomb.
00:28:45,933 --> 00:28:48,003Yes, sir. I gathered that.
00:28:56,693 --> 00:28:59,127We could be at war soon, Mike.
00:29:01,133 --> 00:29:08,164And once it begins... there's no guarantee it'll be limited to these three countries.
00:29:12,933 --> 00:29:17,802I've been thinking all day about something Lincoln said during the Civil War.
00:29:17,893 --> 00:29:20,851"I don't claim to have controlled events
00:29:20,933 --> 00:29:25,404but confess plainly that events have controlled me."
00:29:27,853 --> 00:29:31,402It's bad enough that someone tried to smuggle a nuclear weapon in here.
00:29:31,493 --> 00:29:33,643Worse that they succeeded.
00:29:33,733 --> 00:29:40,332But once this bomb actually goes off, my options will narrow very, very quickly.
00:29:52,733 --> 00:29:56,692This is Cessna 47 Fox. I have just crossed over to the low desert.
00:29:56,773 --> 00:29:59,685I'm on final line to target. Any change in my coordinates?
00:29:59,773 --> 00:30:05,450- (man) Negative. They're confirmed as given.
00:30:05,533 --> 00:30:10,049- Coordinates are now locked.
00:30:15,093 --> 00:30:18,085(rustling)
00:30:26,293 --> 00:30:28,284- Don't move!
00:30:28,373 --> 00:30:31,683The service is bad enough. You don't have to shoot me.
00:30:31,773 --> 00:30:35,243- What the hell are you doing here?
00:30:35,333 --> 00:30:37,608Howthe hell did you get on this plane?
00:30:37,693 --> 00:30:40,969Wasn't that hard. To them, I'm still head of CTU.
00:30:42,093 --> 00:30:44,926Son of a bitch.
00:30:46,453 --> 00:30:48,842Brought something for ya.
00:30:50,773 --> 00:30:52,172It's a parachute.
00:30:52,253 --> 00:30:57,452I can see what is it, George. I already told you, I'm taking this plane in.
00:30:57,533 --> 00:31:00,172That might have made sense back on the ground,
00:31:00,253 --> 00:31:02,813but let's face it, Jack, the hard part's over.
00:31:02,893 --> 00:31:05,453You took off, cleared the city.
00:31:05,533 --> 00:31:10,653What's left but flying straight and level and taking it into a dive?
00:31:10,733 --> 00:31:13,122Am I right?
00:31:14,653 --> 00:31:17,565Unless of course maybe you wanna die.
00:31:19,733 --> 00:31:24,932- What are you talking about?
00:31:25,013 --> 00:31:27,732The way things have been going for you the past year,
00:31:27,813 --> 00:31:31,010this probably doesn't look like such a bad idea.
00:31:31,093 --> 00:31:36,247You get to go out in a blaze of glory, one of the greatest heroes of all time.
00:31:36,333 --> 00:31:38,972Leave your troubles behind.
00:31:40,493 --> 00:31:45,772This could be the easy way out, huh? (coughs)
00:31:47,773 --> 00:31:52,403You still got a life, Jack. You wanna be a real hero, here's what you do.
00:31:52,493 --> 00:31:56,406You get back down there and you put the pieces together.
00:31:56,493 --> 00:32:00,202Find a way to forgive yourself for what happened to your wife,
00:32:00,293 --> 00:32:05,845you make things right with your daughter, and you go on serving your country.
00:32:05,933 --> 00:32:08,288That'd take some real guts.
00:32:17,773 --> 00:32:21,163Go on, Jack. You got 12 minutes.
00:32:21,253 --> 00:32:25,212What's it gonna be? You wanna live or not?
00:32:34,333 --> 00:32:38,042- You really think you can do this?
00:32:38,773 --> 00:32:42,322You are absolutely sure you can do this?
00:32:43,293 --> 00:32:46,410Jack, I'm supposed to do this.
00:32:55,693 --> 00:32:59,163You need to maintain this heading and this airspeed.
00:32:59,253 --> 00:33:04,247The second the LAD reads a minute and a half, you initiate a dive at a 30-degree angle.
00:33:08,413 --> 00:33:11,132- Won't that get me in early?
00:33:11,213 --> 00:33:17,049You have to be certain that the bomb is already in the depression before it goes off.
00:33:17,133 --> 00:33:19,124I got it.
00:33:28,813 --> 00:33:31,008Thank you, George.
00:33:33,533 --> 00:33:35,524Thank you.
00:33:55,613 --> 00:33:58,446Get your chute on and get the hell outta here.
00:33:58,533 --> 00:34:02,811- I'm staying with you as long as possible.
00:34:02,893 --> 00:34:07,091This is not negotiable. I'm bailing out four minutes before impact.
00:34:07,173 --> 00:34:09,403That should get me far enough away.
00:34:09,493 --> 00:34:12,166This is Jack Bauer. Patch me through to CTU.
00:34:12,253 --> 00:34:14,926- (man) Yes, sir. Right away.
00:34:15,013 --> 00:34:19,211Tony, this is Jack. I need you to get a helicopter in the air immediately.
00:34:19,293 --> 00:34:23,730We got a change of plans here. I'm bailing out. George is taking the plane down.
00:34:23,813 --> 00:34:25,212What's George doing there?
00:34:25,293 --> 00:34:28,330We need authentication from three sources for each voice.
00:34:28,413 --> 00:34:33,646Division has public speeches from ministers. See if you can get his voice on phone taps.
00:34:33,733 --> 00:34:35,724Michelle.
00:34:37,773 --> 00:34:41,971Send a chopper to trail Jack's plane. Mason got on board. Don't ask how.
00:34:42,053 --> 00:34:46,046He'll take the plane the rest of the way. We need that chopper to pick Jack up.
00:34:46,133 --> 00:34:48,852I'll explain later.
00:34:48,933 --> 00:34:52,243Mr Almeida, may I know what you found on the hard drive?
00:34:52,333 --> 00:34:56,645- You don't have security clearance.
00:34:56,733 --> 00:35:03,081I and my country have shown good faith in helping you to find Syed Ali's safe house.
00:35:03,173 --> 00:35:07,007I'm asking you to do the same by giving me some idea of what's going on.
00:35:07,093 --> 00:35:11,325- I'm sorry, but I can't tell you at this time.
00:35:13,293 --> 00:35:17,002- We Americans what?
00:35:34,413 --> 00:35:36,608Come.
00:35:36,693 --> 00:35:40,402- Sir, General Bowden's here to see you.
00:35:43,413 --> 00:35:45,608- Mr President.
00:35:45,693 --> 00:35:50,130I understand the bomb is over the Mojave. It may detonate without causing loss of life.
00:35:50,213 --> 00:35:53,205- That is our hope.
00:35:53,293 --> 00:35:57,206- Congratulations on your achievement.
00:35:57,293 --> 00:36:01,605Perhaps it's appropriate to begin discussing the matter of retaliation.
00:36:01,693 --> 00:36:03,729- Go on.
00:36:03,813 --> 00:36:09,092The Joint Chiefs have been assuming the bomb was the work of Second Wave.
00:36:09,173 --> 00:36:11,926It appears they had the backing of three governments.
00:36:12,013 --> 00:36:15,722- That's not definite yet, General.
00:36:15,813 --> 00:36:18,771But for planning purposes, we should proceed as if it is.
00:36:18,853 --> 00:36:22,812I request authority to activate plans to invade the countries in question.
00:36:22,893 --> 00:36:26,442Activate? There are plans already in existence?
00:36:26,533 --> 00:36:30,492We have plans for every conceivable contingency, Mr President.
00:36:30,573 --> 00:36:34,691I see. So what exactly do you mean by activate?
00:36:34,773 --> 00:36:39,483Putting the relevant military units on alert, beginning logistical operations,
00:36:39,573 --> 00:36:43,532coordinating sources regarding the probable level of resistance
00:36:43,613 --> 00:36:46,764to an invasion by American forces.
00:36:46,853 --> 00:36:48,809Talk of an invasion is premature.
00:36:48,893 --> 00:36:52,932I agree, Mr President. This is in the planning stages only.
00:36:56,933 --> 00:37:02,246Activate your plan. But take no steps to implement without my direct authorisation.
00:37:02,333 --> 00:37:04,927Of course, Mr President.
00:37:10,653 --> 00:37:13,292Lynne.
00:37:15,013 --> 00:37:18,164We may be talking about World War III.
00:37:33,893 --> 00:37:36,930OK. I'm set.
00:37:37,013 --> 00:37:40,801George, is there anything you want me to take care of?
00:37:41,573 --> 00:37:44,690Oddly enough, I think I got everything squared away.
00:37:44,773 --> 00:37:48,243I even got to spend a little time with my son.
00:37:48,333 --> 00:37:50,722I didn't even know you had one.
00:37:53,093 --> 00:37:56,608- I'm glad you got to see him.
00:37:56,693 --> 00:37:59,491I don't think he was particularly, but...
00:37:59,573 --> 00:38:03,327Actually, I wouldn't mind if you checked in on him.
00:38:04,093 --> 00:38:06,482Of course I will.
00:38:22,813 --> 00:38:26,567- It's time.
00:39:06,933 --> 00:39:10,767- Yeah.
00:39:15,813 --> 00:39:17,804Mr President.
00:39:17,893 --> 00:39:22,648At this altitude, the explosion should be visible on the eastern horizon.
00:39:22,733 --> 00:39:25,805I don't know if you want to take a look.
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