Day 2: 3:00 A.M.-4:00 A.M. - S2-E20

Corrected entry: When Jack is being tortured he is supposed to be naked. Numerous times in these scenes you can see his black boxers.

Matty W

Correction: Who said Jack was suppose to be naked? It seems to me his tormentors took off his shirt and pants to expose some skin so they can inflict damage to them. Nowhere is there a code of ethics that says a torturer has to strip his victim totally naked.


Day 2: 3:00 A.M.-4:00 A.M. - S2-E20

Corrected entry: In series one, there is a scene where Jack is changing his shirt in his office, there are some very visible Japanese symbol style tattoos on his biceps. In series two, when we next see Jack's bare arms (when he is being tortured) the tattoos are no longer there.


Correction: I haven't seen the episode where you believe that tattoos have disappeared, but I do recall the tattoos. All the tattoos visible on Jack in any episode of 24 are Kiefer Sutherland's actual tattoos so they will be there from one season to the next. Even the tattoo Jack has in season three (identical to Hector's) is an actual tattoo Kiefer has. He had it done for the show because he wanted it to look consistant.

Day 2: 3:00 A.M.-4:00 A.M. - S2-E20

Corrected entry: In the 3am-4am episode (series 2), at about 3:10am the guys pick up Kate and head to her house. They arrive at the house at 3:44am, the same time as Jack leaves Yusaf. However, Jack arrives at Kate's house before the end of the episode, meaning he managed the drive in less than half the time of the other people.

Correction: Jack was probably driving very rashly, even by "Jack standards" (for example, in Season 1, you saw him run a red light after Richard Walsh was killed). And you have to remember that he's racing against the clock, and he needs the chip so that, before the U.S. bombers begin dropping bombs, he can prove to Palmer that the three nations the U.S. is planning to retaliate against are innocent.

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