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Driscoll: Edgar, can you enhance this?

Edgar: Hang on.

Kalil: I don’t want any trouble.

Guy #1: Too late, Muhammad.

[A police car pulls up.]

Guy #3: Say nothing, you got it?

Officer: You three, stay right there.

Jack: Dammit, the police gotta stay clear of this. I ordered the cancellation on the APB of the truck. Make sure that that happened.

Driscoll: It did. It may not have gotten out yet to all the local CHP branches.

Jack: If they detain Hassan, this thing is over. He’ll never lead u back to Heller. Put me through to CHP.

Driscoll: Sarah.

Dispatch: Highway patrol.

Sarah: This is CTU. I have a priority call for local dispatch.

Officer: Wanna move this vehicle please?

Guy: Yes, sir.

Officer: Step out of the truck please, sir. What’s going on here?

Guy #1: Just working some things up between him and I, that’s all.

Officer: Is that right?

Guy #1: Yes, sir.

Officer: You three, stand by your car and wait.

Jack: Come on. We’re gonna lose him. Get me CHP now!

Officer: You wanna tell me what’s going on here?

Kalil: There’s really no problem, officer. They’re just upset about what happened this morning.

Officer: I’m sorry about that, sir.

Kalil: May I go now?

Officer: Just bare with me one minute. Why don’t you go ahead and call this in?

Officer #2: Copy that.

Sarah: Jack, I have local CHP dispatch.

Jack: Patch them through.

Officer: CHP, this is Officer Calvin.

Jack: Officer, I canceled an APB on a yellow pickup truck, license plate number 4-Los Angeles-Independent-945 (4LAI945). Did you get that?

Officer: Yeah, I see that the system didn’t get word of the cancellation here, though.

Jack: One of your officers is questioning the driver of that vehicle. It is impaired of that that driver won’t be detained any longer.

Officer: We’ll get you on your way as soon as possible. This is just routine. Don’t let those guys get to you, they’re just punks.

Kalil: Yeah, I understand.

Officer: I think everybody’s been a bit jumpy today with everything that’s going on. Thanks for your patience. We’ll be another minute.

Dispatch: 62-14, come in.

Officer #2: LA-62-14 copy.

Dispatch: 62-14, that’s a 10-22 on the 2-15.

Officer #2: Roger that.

Dispatch: 10-4.

Officer #2: We’re all clear.

Officer: Have a nice day, sir.

Kalil: Thank you, sir.

[Kalil notices he is freed immediately.]

Jack: He’s moving.

Edgar: He’s making another call.

Driscoll: Pipe it through to Jack.

Edgar: Jack, Kalil’s making another call.

[Omar’s phone rings.]

Omar: This is set up? Then let’s do a test. [Answers the phone.] Yes?

Kalil: We may have a problem.

Omar: I’m listening.

Kalil: The police just ran the plates of the vehicle I’m driving.

Omar: And?

Kalil: They let me go.

Driscoll: Jack, are you getting this?

Jack: Yeah.

Omar: So, what is the problem?

Kalil: This is a stolen car.

Omar: Maybe the owner hasn’t reported it yet.

Kalil: Or maybe I’m getting help from people who wanna make sure I get where I’m going.

Omar: Do not jump to conclusions.

Kalil: A police officer was approaching me, his hand on his gun, then he got a call, suddenly there’s no problem. We can’t take any chances.

Jack: I’m moving in. He’s not gonna lead us to the site. The best we can do right now is try and take him alive and break him. All units, move in. I repeat, move in. OK, I’ve got a visual. Set up a roadblock at mile marker 15.

Kalil: It has been an honor working with you, Omar.

Omar: The honor has been mine, Kalil.

Jack: Come on.

Kalil [in Arabic]: Allah who acbar.

Omar [in Arabic]: Allah acbar.

[Jack speeds to catch up with Kalil, but Kalil purposefully drives head-on into an oncoming truck.]

Jack: No!

Edgar: Oh, God, he just drove head-on into another vehicle.

Curtis: He was our only lead.

[The car explodes into a ball of flames.]

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Curtis: Edgar, were you able to trace the call?

[Edgar nodes for “no”.]

Curtis: OK. We’re gonna switch gears since we’ve lost our only lead. Kalil Hassan committed suicide en route to Heller’s location.

Sarah: Have we uncovered anything on him that might help identify where Heller is?

Curtis: That’s too soon to tell. They’re still putting out the fire from the crash.

Driscoll: How much time do we have before this trial begins to broadcast?

Sarah: Sometime in the next 10, 15 minutes.

[The Phone at Sarah’s workstation rings.]

Sarah: Sarah Gavin.

Jack: It’s me.

Sarah: It’s Jack.

Driscoll: Put him on speaker.

Sarah: Go ahead, Jack, you’re on speaker.

Jack: I’m sifting through the records now, but there’s not much intact. Hassan said he was 30 minutes from his destination 20 minutes before he stopped. Do we have a maximum perimeter?

Driscoll: Edgar?

Edgar: We’re looking at a radius of 60 miles.

Curtis: We’re dispatching choppers and fixing crafts to survey the area.

Jack: No, that’s gonna take too long. Use the satellite. Get back to thermal scan.

Edgar: That won’t work.

Driscoll: Why?

Edgar: That area has a high concentration of electric power transmitters. The satellite won’t be able to distinguish between them and the servers.

Jack: Those transmitters have been in place for years. If we take a scan, we can lay it against the previous grid pattern. That way we can identify any new thermal activity.

Curtis: We can start the scan immediately.

Driscoll: Do it. Jack, we’re using the satellite to check the thermals. Keep the line open.

Jack: Hurry.

Agent: Ms. Driscoll, the clinic wanted me to tell you that your daughter has arrived.

Driscoll: Thank you.

Curtis: All right. Everyone reset your systems. Let’s get back on track.

Driscoll: I have to take care of something for a few minutes. Check in with Division. They’re expecting an update.

Curtis: Yeah. Everything all right?

Driscoll: Yeah, just a little problem with my daughter Maya. I had to bring her down to the clinic.

Curtis: Is she OK?

Driscoll: She’s fine. Call Division.

[Driscoll heads towards the clinic.]

Curtis: What are you working on?

Marianne: Personnel allocation tables and tactical generals for the assault teams.

Curtis: I notice every time I look over you’re talking to Edgar. What’s that all about?

Marianne: Just trying to learn the ropes, Curtis.

Curtis: Today is not the day to make career moves on people, Marianne. The only thing you should be thinking about is how to help us stop Heller from being publicly executed.

Marianne: Come on, Curtis, give me some credit.

Curtis: Save it. I know how you think. Just leave everybody alone and help us get through today.

Driscoll: Mark, thank you so much for helping me out. They said Maya’s arrived.

Mark: She’s in the exam area. We’re about to do a workup.

Driscoll: She’s been on Thorazine. She stopped taking it.

Mark: How long ago?

Driscoll: Based on what happened this morning, at least a few days.

Mark: What happened?

Driscoll: She was fixating one of my neighbor’s kids.

Mark: What did she do?

Driscoll: She walks into their yard, gets verbally abusive.

Mark: We’ll take good care of her.

Driscoll: Thank you.

Mark: Sure.

Driscoll: Maya.

Maya: Mom, I’m so happy to see you. I was going crazy at home.

Driscoll: What happened with Evan? Why did you go over there?

Maya: I know you said not to, but he was throwing things against the fence.

Driscoll: Maya, he plays with the ball. He’s 7 years old, sweetheart.

Maya: I don’t care how old he is. He should know better. Are you gonna talk to his dad about this?

Driscoll: Come here. Look at me. You’re not thinking clearly, honey. You gotta put it out of your mind. Dr. Kale is gonna help, and you’re gonna feel better very soon.

Maya: Why don’t we go home right now?

Driscoll: We can’t, honey.

Maya: Why not?

Driscoll: There’s a little trouble here in LA, and I have to take care of it.

Maya: Are you gonna be OK?

Driscoll: Yes, I’m gonna be OK, and you’re gonna be OK.

Maya: I love you so much.

Driscoll: I love you too, honey.

Maya: I love you.

Driscoll: It’s gonna be OK. It’s OK. It’s OK.

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Navi: Yes?

Omar: Kalil is dead.

Navi: Dead? How?

Omar: He was being followed here. He martyred himself.

Navi: What about the servers? Have they been re-conformed for the broadcast?

Omar: Douman is doing his best. I think we’ll be all right.

Navi: If you need help, I can come.

Omar: No, no, no, no. It is too risky.

Navi: If the servers don’t work correctly, we’re in trouble. This trial is only the beginning.

Omar: I know that a well as you, my friend. But there’s no need to worry. Everything will go as planned. You’ve checked out the briefcase?

Gelfand: It’s fine.

Omar: I was afraid it might be damaged in the train crash.

Gelfand: The case is very strong. There’s no problem.

Omar: Good. Then you can get started. Gas. I smell gas. Heller.

[Omar finds Heller and Audrey passed out in the cell.]

Omar: Take them out now! Come on! Hurry! Let’s go. Take them out! Come on! Put them down. Put them down now. Hurry! Open the door! Now! Come on! Do whatever it takes to revive him. Keep trying.

[The guards revive Audrey and Heller.]

Audrey: I know you.

Gelfand: She recognized me. She has to be killed.

Omar: She will. In good time. Go do your job. Go.

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Driscoll: Jack, it’s Erin.

Jack: Yeah?

Driscoll: They got the results for the thermal scan. One site matches the criteria.

Jack: Where?

Driscoll: An old industrial park around 3 miles from you.

Jack: Give me the exact address.

Edgar: Philfaservator, south of Rock.

Jack: OK, I’ll set up the staging area. Where is the Marine strike force?

Driscoll: 20 minutes away. This trial starts any minute, Jack.

Jack: I know. I’ll get back to you as soon as I’m on site. Meanwhile, have someone download the schematics of the building. Send them over to my screen.

Driscoll: Edgar’s on it.

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Keeler: Take the rest of these up later.

Woman: Yes, Mr. President.

Keeler: What is it, Robert?

Robert: CTU thinks it’s identified the location where the terrorists are holding Secretary Heller and his daughter.

Keeler: Where?

Robert: A compound in the Santa Clarita valley. But there is a problem. The teams dispatched to the site may not get there in time to prevent the broadcast, and even if they do, there is a good chance the Secretary will be killed in any rescue attempt.

Keeler: Well, we have no choice but to hope and pray that you’re wrong.

Robert: We do have a choice. The Secretary’s death would be tragic, but his execution on American soil broadcast to the world would be far worse. It would be a complete and utter humiliation for the country, perhaps the worst in our history.

Keeler: I’m well aware of that, Robert. But unless you have some solution, I’m missing the point of this conversation.

Robert: The solution is we make a preemptive strike. Assuming we locate the site in time, we destroy it.

Keeler: We kill our own Secretary of Defense.

Robert: To prevent our enemies from making a public spectacle of his death. He’s going to be killed anyway.

Keeler: Jim Heller is a good friend. A loyal public servant. You expect me to kill him to save face?

Robert: Not yours, sir, the country’s. If we look impotent in this situation, we’ll only encourage more attacks. And if I may say so, sir, having known Jim Heller many years myself, if he were here he’d be the first to endorse this plan.

Keeler: The public will never accept it.

Robert: All the public will know is the Secretary died during a course of a rescue attempt, which is certainly more palatable than letting him be executed with the whole world watching.

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[Navi and Behrooz start wrapping up Debbie’s body. Navi hears a car door closes outside and looks out the window.]

Navi: It’s a woman. I don’t know her.

Behrooz: Oh, my God.

Navi: Who is she?

Behrooz: It’s Debbie’s mom.

Navi: Go back. Stay there until she leaves.

Behrooz: What are you gonna do?

Navi: Go.

[The doorbell rings. Navi signals Dina to open the door.]

Navi: It’s the girl’s mother.

Dina: What?

[Dina opens the door.]

Karen: Mrs. Araz?

Dina: Yes?

Karen: I’m Karen Pendleton, Debbie’s mother.

Dina: Good to meet you. Call me Dina.

Karen: It’s good to meet you. My husband and I are very fond of Behrooz. He’s one of the few boys who seem to know the meaning of “please” and “thank you”. I’m looking for Debbie.

Dina: This is my husband, Navi. This is Debbie’s mother.

Navi: Oh, she’s a very lovely girl.

Karen: Thank you. We just got a call from our dermatologist’s office. She missed her appointment this morning. Is she here?

Dina: We haven’t seen her since yesterday.

Karen: She left a message saying she was on her way to see Behrooz.

Dina: There must be a misunderstanding.

Navi: Perhaps she stopped off--

Karen: No, she wouldn’t have stopped off anywhere. She knew she had this appointment. It’ll take weeks to reschedule and… is Behrooz here?

Dina: He’s studying.

Karen: Well, maybe he knows where she is?

Dina: I doubt it. He hasn’t left his room all morning. School is very important to him.

[Debbie’s cell phone rings.]

Karen: That’s her phone. I know the ring.

Navi: Many, many phones sound alike, Mrs. Pendleton.

Karen: No, she downloaded that ring specially. It’s one of her favorite songs. No, that’s definitely her phone.

Behrooz: Mrs. Pendleton, it was my phone. Debbie and I downloaded the same ring when we started going out.

Karen: Oh. Do you know where she is?

Behrooz: She said she had a doctor’s appointment to go to this morning, and we’re supposed to go to the movies later.

Karen: I’m sorry about this. I’m just worried. Well, if you do see her, if she calls, will you have her call me?

Dina: Yes, of course.

Navi: Of course.

[Karen leaves.]

Navi: I told you not to interfere.

Behrooz: It was her phone. I shut it off.

Dina: He took care of it, Navi. She went away because she believed him.

Navi: Let’s hope so. Get in the car. Follow her. Make sure she doesn’t go to the police.

Dina: All right.

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Jack: I’m less than two minutes out. Have you worked up the rescue approach?

Curtis: We’re running up scenarios now, based on the schematics.

Jack: What are the probabilities of finding the Secretary and his daughter in the compound?

Curtis: Our analysts looked at everything. The data’s fuzzy but our best guess is that they’re in the west end of the building.

Jack: Together or separate?

Curtis: We don’t know that, Jack.

Jack: OK, we’re gonna have to activate a team split; one for the Secretary, one for his daughter.

Curtis: We discussed that, Jack. But it was rejected.

Jack: What are you talking about?

Curtis: It comes directly from the President. Once we go in strong, there’ll be very little time to secure the hostages. Our only priority is to get Heller.

Jack: Curtis, that doesn’t make sense.

Curtis: I don’t like it any more than you do, Jack, but those are the orders. Jack, they’re about to begin the broadcast.

Jack: I’m almost there.

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Omar: We are about to embark on a process of justice that will forever change the world. Our people will finally be liberated from the tangle of corruption that has been chocking them for centuries. No longer will justice be the propagandas tool of the power elite. It will once again become the instrument of the people, delivered to true believers, whose courage to use the sward has made this day not only possible, but inevitable.

Robert: Mr. President, we have taken the liberty of having a laser-guided missile programmed and prepped. All that remains for you is to give the order.

Keeler: How long between my order and impact?

Robert: The fighters are in the air; need to get in range, no more than 10 minutes.

Keeler: Do it. Let Driscoll know.

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Guy: It’s already been authorized, Ma’am.

Driscoll: Yes, I understand.

Jack: Yeah?

Edgar: Jack, I have Ms. Driscoll for you.

Driscoll: What’s your position?

Jack: Erin, I’m on site.

Driscoll: Jack, stand down.

Jack: What are you talking about?

Driscoll: The Marines won’t get there on time. The President wants to take out the building with a missile strike.

Jack: With the Secretary and his daughter inside?

Driscoll: Yes.

Jack: Let me speak to the President.

Driscoll: Jack, I’ve been trying to get through to him myself. I’m sorry. You’re gonna have to clear the area. Jack, don’t go in the alone. Jack, talk to me. The air strike’s already been ordered. Get out of there.

[Jack ignores Driscoll and makes his way to the warehouse.]

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Previously on 24:

Dina: For God’s sake, pull yourself together.

Behrooz: You didn’t have to kill her.

Dina: Yes, I did, because you didn’t have the courage to kill her yourself.

Behrooz: Courage? To poison a girl who did no harm to you at all?

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Dina: This is my husband, Navi. This is Debbie’s mother.

Karen: Is she here?

Dina: We haven’t seen her since yesterday.

Navi: Get in the car. Follow her. Make sure she doesn’t go to the police.

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Driscoll: Chloe, you’re done here.

Edgar: Chloe!

Chloe: Don’t worry, Edgar. Driscoll doesn’t know you were helping me.

Edgar: She doesn’t?

Chloe: I’m the one who got you into this. I’m not gonna sell you out.

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Curtis: You’ll be here until you tell me what I need to know. Richard, your father was kidnapped by terrorists. Our polygraph analysis tells us you’re hiding something that might help us find him.

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Audrey: There are people on the outside looking for us. You cannot give up.

Heller: I have to do something while I still can. This trial is gonna be a spectacle broadcast all over the world designed to humiliate and degrade this country.

Audrey: There’s a gas pipe.

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Omar: You’ve checked out the briefcase?

Gelfand: It’s fine.

Omar: I was afraid it might be damaged in the train crash.

Gelfand: The case is very strong.

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Omar: Come on! Take them out! Now! Come on! Hurry! Open the door, now!

Audrey: I know you.

Gelfand: She recognized me. She has to be killed.

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Jack: Erin, I’m on site.

Driscoll: Jack, stand down.

Jack: What are you talking about?

Driscoll: The Marines won’t get there on time. The President wants to take out the building with a missile strike.

Jack: With the Secretary and his daughter inside?

Driscoll: Yes. I’m sorry. You’re gonna have to clear the area. Jack, don’t go in the alone. Jack, clear the area. The building is going to be destroyed.

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The following takes place between 12:00 P.M. and 1:00 P.M.

[Omar begins Heller’s trial.]

Omar: James Heller, you have been brought before this court of law to stand trial as a war criminal. You will prove to the people of the world that these crimes against humanity are the direct results of the policies initiated by you and your capacity.

[Jack takes down the guards at the compound as he makes his way inside.]

Omar: Since the true extent of your evil legacy is immeasurable, we have done our best to document those acts which have been witnessed directly by the chosen followers. Under your orders, the death squads of America continued their imperial crusade against the true believers and pure followers.

Keeler: How much longer until the fighters are ready to launch their missile?

Robert: Commanding control is locking on target now.

Woman: Mr. President, I have Erin Driscoll on line 3.

Driscoll: Mr. President, I’m calling to ask you to consider aborting the missile strike.

Keeler: Based on what?

Driscoll: We are attempting a rescue operation.

Keeler: I was told that the Marines strike force was still ten to twenty minute away.

Driscoll: They are, sir. Jack Bauer went in by himself.

Keeler: The terrorists proved they’re just moments away from executing the Secretary of Defense in front of the world, and I cannot allow that to happen.

Driscoll: I understand, sir. But if Jack can affect the rescue before that happens?

Keeler: In that case, I’ll abort the missile strike. But he’s running out of time.

Driscoll: How long does he have, sir?

Keeler: Seven minutes.

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[Jack captures a guard.]

Jack: Try and make a sound, I’ll blow you’re head off.

[Jack takes out his PDA with a map of the complex.]

Jack: This is a map of the complex. Where are they holding the Secretary of Defense? I’m either gonna kill you now, or you’re gonna tell me where they’re staging the trial. Point now. Where’s the Secretary?

[The guard points to the location.]

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Omar: There is no place in the world where your evil has not scoured the sacred land of the true world. Your imperiling legacy has devoured the lives of the innocent.

Driscoll: Jack.

Jack: Yeah?

Driscoll: The President won’t call off the missile strike.

Jack: How much time do I have?

Driscoll: Less than six minutes.

Jack: Did you get a read from the thermal scan on how many hostiles inside?

Driscoll: We estimate sixteen. Jack.

Jack: I’m not turning back, Erin.

Driscoll: Understood. Good luck.

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[Audrey pleads a guard to help her father. Jack hears her screaming.]

Audrey: Stop this, please. Just stop this, please, you’ve gotta stop this. My father hasn’t done anything to hurt you. He’s an innocent man, please! Please, he’s an innocent man… please. Listen to me, please. Please, don’t. No, wait, please, you’ve gotta stop it! Listen!

[Jack finds Audrey in a cell.]

Jack: Audrey. Behind you.

Audrey: Oh, my God. Jack.

Jack: Are you all right? Did they hurt you?

Audrey: I’m OK. You’ve got to stop them.

Jack: I will.

Audrey: Get my father first. Go.

Jack: Take this.

[Jack gives Audrey a knife.]

Jack: Press the button on the handle.

[Audrey presses the button and the knife opens.]

Jack: Use that if you have to. I’ll be back for you, I promise.

Audrey: Jack…

[Audrey cries.]

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