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24 - Season 8

The eighth season of the American drama television series 24, also known as Day 8, premiered in the United States on Fox on January 17, 2010.[1] The eighth season was announced as the final season of 24 and its series finale aired on May 24, 2010.[2][3] However, the series returned with a ninth season as 24: Live Another Day, which aired in 2014. The season's storyline begins and ends at 4:00 p.m.

24 - Season 8


Set 18 months after season 7, the story arc involves Jack Bauer contending with assassination threats made during a peace conference between President of the United States Allison Taylor and President Omar Hassan of the fictional Islamic Republic of Kamistan (IRK).[4] The season is set in New York City, with CTU's New York City Office having been re-activated,[5] but while there were originally no plans for filming in New York due to budget constraints,[6] some scenes were shot on-location.[7]

Starting with episode 18, Chip Johannessen was promoted to executive producer by the production company Imagine Television.[29] An interview with Kiefer Sutherland seemed to indicate that season eight would take place within very close proximity to the closing events of season seven, but ultimately the story picked up more than a year after the events of the previous season. The show got permission to shoot in the UN building in New York City but Kiefer Sutherland said that they would "probably use that primarily for exteriors".[30]

In October 2009, the debut trailer for Season 8 aired on Fox. It was titled "Survive" and hinted that the eighth season would be the last with the line "All Jack Bauer has to do is survive one more day." The trailer shows Jack relaxing with his family and being warned about the impending threat to President Hassan's life. On November 26, 2009[31] a second trailer was released which featured the song "Run This Town" by Jay-Z.

On the review aggregator website Metacritic, the eighth season scored 67 out of 100, based on 19 reviews, indicating "Generally favorable reviews".[32] On Rotten Tomatoes, the season has an approval rating of 75% with an average score of 7.4 out of 10 based on 40 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "It often feels like the same ol', same ol', but as Jack Bauer, Kiefer Sutherland continues to deliver in 24's final day(s)."[33]

On March 26, 2010, it was announced that Season 8 would be the show's final season. However, this later was rendered null with the release of the 24: Live Another Day mini-series that followed.

Day 8 begins 18 months after Day 7 at 4:00pm ET, the latest in the day of any season. This is the second season to use Eastern Time as opposed to Pacific Time. According to the date on Pavel Tokarev's phone, the day takes place on February 27-28, contrary to Operation Hero stating it takes place in late May. Day 8 takes place about 14 years and 6 months after Day 1.

In Day 8 of 24, Jack Bauer is brought into the New York branch of CTU in order to uncover the terrorist elements who threaten to derail a peace conference between the United States and the (fictional) Islamic Republic of Kamistan. This would be the final full 24-episode season of the series and Jack Bauer would not return to television until 2014's 24: Live Another Day.

TRIVIA: There were only two H&K USP Compacts used by Kiefer Sutherland throughout the entire run of the series. This was because Kiefer is a method actor and did not like to change props. He only wore 3 real kevlar bullet proof vests through out all 8 seasons. (IMFDB thanks The Golden Closet for providing the documentation on this gun.)

In Episode 2 "5:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M." Davros (Doug Hutchison) uses a suppressed Smith & Wesson SW99. Dana Walsh (Katee Sackhoff) uses a Smith & Wesson SW99 throughout this season. In Episode 16 "7:00 A.M. - 8:00 A.M." Jack Bauer recovers a Smith & Wesson SW99 from a dead terrorist after shooting him during the rescue of President Hassan.

The Heckler & Koch G36C is another weapon that is seen in New York CTU's armory. In the middle of episode 7 "10:00 P.M. - 11:00 P.M." one of Bazhaev's men is seen armed with an HK G36C while guarding the nuclear rods. It is the main assault rifle used by terrorists in this season.

Free Family Portrait StudioSeason8Episode24Production Code8024AirdateMay 10, 2012Written byB.J. NovakDirected byB.J. NovakEpisodes timelineTurf WarFree Family Portrait StudioNew Guys"Free Family Portrait Studio" is the 24th and final episode of the 8th season, and the 176th episode overall. It was written and directed by B.J. Novak. In the episode, Andy stages a coup to win his job back with the help of David Wallace. It is the final episode to feature Gabe Lewis as a regular character, and Robert California as a whole.

Well it's finally here: The 24 finale. Not only the season finale, but the series finale. It's the end of the road for Jack Bauer - and based on what Fox has allowed to be done to his character this season all I can say is "Rest in Peace."

Whoever took over the series and the character played by Keifer Sutherland from the original creators of 24 seems to have had a different vision of who Jack Bauer really is... apparantly a vengeful psychopath that has just been barely held in check for 7 seasons. This season he's crossed a line he never actually contemplated crossing before: Cold blooded murder of unarmed people for revenge - and torture so vile that it would make Al Qaeda proud.

In case it's not clear, I've not been happy about this final season (#8) of 24 - frankly, I wish they'd retired it about three years ago while it was still great - and with what they've done with the show this season I just don't see the prospect of a theatrical version of 24 doing that well at the box office.

The culmination of the season sees Jack determined to go all the way up to the top of the chain of terrorist events of the past 24 hours and expose Russian President Suvarov, who was the ultimate power behind the day's events. Jack has killed everyone up the chain up to that point and is making headway in getting to Suvarov. They do at least show a bit of humanity in Jack when he tells ex-President Logan's aide that they took away the option of a justice system for him when they tried to bury the events of the day - making him judge and jury. He spares the life of the aide instead of murdering him.

After the incredible suspense of some previous seasons, this final episode felt lacking. Maybe it's from having gone through this so many times, but there was never really a sense that the plan wouldn't succeed or that the news wouldn't somehow get out. I guess they can only dangle you out over the edge of the precipice so many times until you learn they're always going to bring you back in to safety.

And here's a major issue: The final episode of every season has always revolved around some critical danger that Jack has to stop. In this episode the big issue was "will he assassinate the Russian President?"

The one thing that was in doubt was whether they would actually kill Jack at the end of the episode since this was the end of the series - but no, they left him alive and on the run. There was too much similarity to the same thing that happened a few seasons back when Jack had to go on the run from the U.S. government. Frankly after 8 "days" I was ready to see Jack finally have some peace in his life, as they hinted at 24 episodes ago in the season opener... the chance to finally retire and enjoy life with his daughter and grandchild.

12:38After killing Josef, Farhad has the rods but nowhere to put them. His friend Samir comes up with an idea: use them to make a dirty bomb.Of course! A bomb! We knew there was something missing from this season of 24.

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Victoria FullerNameVictoria Lynn FullerBornOctober 7, 1993 (1993-10-07) (age 29)HometownVirginia Beach, VirginiaOccupationMedical sales representativeSocial mediaInstagramSeason(s)The Bachelor:Season 24Bachelor in Paradise:Season 8Victoria Lynn Fuller was a contestant on the 24th season of The Bachelor.

Victoria met Johnny DePhillipo on the 8th season of Bachelor in Paradise, where they got engaged at the end of the show. At the reunion, it was revealed that Johnny and Victoria had since ended their engagement due to Victoria's relationship with Greg Grippo.

This episode, Something New, was absolutely phenomenal throughout. From start until 20 seconds to finish, every character had a quality story, with excellent, heartfelt moments, and so many doors opened for the future. But then, the mother was revealed, and it left a horrible taste going into season 9. Before you get angry about my distaste for the style of their reveal, hear me out.

Despite my lack of excitement about the way the mother was revealed, this really was an extremely good episode. So much from the season came together in very effective ways, and there was little to complain about with this episode. A stark contrast from the majority of season 8, but it serves as a great way for the season to end. 041b061a72


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