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'24': The 24 Best Quotes

by Kim Potts, posted May 23rd 2010 5:00PM

Let's be honest: Jack Bauer is a man of action, and because of that, sometimes few words are necessary. Or, if Jack has you in the midst of one of his special brands of Jack torture, even possible. But occasionally, even the man of action, and those around him, know that it's important to use words, so, from eight seasons of '24,' here's 24 of the best quotes:

Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), introducing the action in season 1: "I'm Federal Agent Jack Bauer, and today is the longest day of my life."
Day 1, '12:00AM-1:00AM'

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'24' Cast: Where Are They Now?

by Kim Potts, posted May 3rd 2010 4:05PM
'24 cast
The clock is ticking down, all too quickly, to the May 24 '24' series finale, and while we're still in the thick of action with Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland), Chloe O'Brian (Mary Lynn Rajskub) and President Taylor (Cherry Jones), some of the show's greatest characters, and their portrayers, have come and gone. What have Nina Myers, Michelle Dessler and Tony Almeida -- a.k.a. Sarah Clarke, Reiko Aylesworth and Carlos Bernard -- been up to since their days at CTU? What is President David Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) doing hanging out with that big baddie Habib Marwan (Arnold Vosloo) ? And what new primetime fella does Teri Bauer (Leslie Hope) have her eye on now? Read on for all the scoop ...

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Jack Bauer's Final Paycheck: $1.3 Million a Minute

by Kim Potts, posted Apr 2nd 2010 9:30AM
Advertisers who want to hawk their cell phones, new movie releases or SVUs during the May 24 series finale of '24' should prepare to write a big fat check. According to an Advertising Age report, Fox is charging $650,000 for a 30-second ad during the episode in which Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) rides off into the TV sunset.

Before announcing that the season 8 finale would also be the show's series finale, Fox was looking for a $500,000 payment for a 30-second ad during '24,' AdAge.com reports. But the live, event-viewing aspect of a series finale -- one of the rare times these days in which viewers are likely to be watching TV live -- means a bigger payout.

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