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24 - Season 2 Episode 4

The second season of the American drama television series 24, also known as Day 2, was first broadcast from October 29, 2002, to May 20, 2003, on Fox. The season begins and ends at 8:00 a.m. The season premiere originally aired without commercial interruption, and has an extended running time of approximately 51 minutes, as opposed to the standard 43 minutes.

24 - Season 2 Episode 4


The second season is set 18 months after season one. The season's main plot follows the work of now-President of the United States of America David Palmer and Counter Terrorist Unit Agent Jack Bauer to stop terrorists from detonating a nuclear bomb in Los Angeles. Introduced into the situation is Kate Warner, a woman who ends up getting vital information related to CTU's mission.

Like in Season One, Season Two ends with a surprise twist. The nuclear bomb situation is resolved without massive loss of life (besides George Mason, who had radiation poisoning and convinced Jack to let him fly the plane) but President Palmer collapses after giving a speech, having been attacked with a biological weapon by Mandy in an assassination attempt. Viewers were forced to wait until the third season to see whether Palmer survived the attack. The sudden shift from a nuclear to biological threat also foreshadows the third season, which initially centers on the threat of an engineered virus being set loose on the public.

Season 2 marked the first of three uses of the show's Air Force One set. Xander Berkeley's character spent much of the season dying of radiation poisoning and various actors commented that they thought the story played out very well.[25] Kiefer Sutherland became a producer for the second season. In an interview, he joked that "Fox originally did not want to give me a raise so they gave me a title."[26] In the same interview, Sutherland mentions that he tried suggesting a storyline detail which got rejected by the writers.[26] One idea that did get accepted by the writers was Carlos Bernard's idea to mention London's "Finsbury Park Mosque" during an interrogation scene.[25] Shortly after the season aired, authorities raided this mosque, having discovered that radical groups were indeed meeting there.[27]

The original trailer titled "Get Ready" aired in early September 2002, slightly more than a month before the season premiere. It is only 15 seconds long and features a number of shots from season 2 in quick succession. It ends with Jack telling his daughter that she has to leave Los Angeles.[28]

The second season received critical acclaim, scoring a Metacritic rating of 83/100 based on 23 reviews.[29] On Rotten Tomatoes, the season has an approval rating of 94% with an average score of 7.2 out of 10 based on 18 reviews. The website's critical consensus reads, "24's sophomore outing is not as elegantly structured as its predecessor, but the series firmly puts to rest any fears that its propulsive thrills were a one-time novelty."[30]

A Beretta 92FS is used by Jack to eliminate a witness (Carl Ciarfalio) in Episode 1. Also used by LAPD officers, notably to kill a terrorist firing on Mason. Also Jack Bauer uses it in the final episodes.

This wiki contains spoilers for all stories of Critical Role. This includes the story for unaired episodes of The Legend of Vox Machina, as it's based on the first campaign of Critical Role from 2015-2017.

The Legend of Vox MachinaKey art for season oneStarringLaura BaileyTaliesin JaffeAshley JohnsonMatthew MercerLiam O'BrienMarisha RaySam RiegelTravis WillinghamTheme music byNeal Acree and Jason Charles MillerNo. of seasons3No. of episodes24 (through Season 2)Animation byTitmouseHosted onPrime VideoFirst aired 2022-01-28The Legend of Vox Machina is an animated series adapting the Vox Machina campaign funded via Kickstarter. It is produced by Critical Role Productions, Titmouse Inc., and Amazon Studios and released through Prime Video. The series will span at least three seasons: the first two have twelve episodes each while the number of episodes in the third season hasn't yet been revealed.[1] The first season premiered on January 28, 2022 through February 18, 2022, and was released weekly in batches of three episodes each on Fridays at midnight GMT (or UTC). The second season premiered January 20, 2023, also releasing weekly in three-episode batches through February 10, 2023.

The first season begins with Vox Machina facing Brimscythe, before adapting the Briarwoods arc. The main cast of Critical Role reprise their roles as their player characters, and Dungeon Master Matthew Mercer reprises his role as multiple non-player characters, most notably Sylas Briarwood and Trinket. The second season picks up with the attack of the Chroma Conclave on Emon and ends with the death of the black dragon Umbrasyl.

The first season of The Legend of Vox Machina spans twelve episodes, released in batches of three episodes over four weeks.[3] The season begins with a two-part episode following Vox Machina's pre-stream slaying of Brimscythe, then adapts their confrontation with Delilah and Sylas Briarwood in Whitestone during the second arc of Campaign One.

In June 2020, Critical Role announced that the launch of the series would be delayed from the originally projected Fall 2020 date to an unspecified date in Summer to Fall 2021.[9] At a panel at New York City Comic-Con, the release date was announced to be February 4, 2022.[10] The premiere date was later moved up to January 28, 2022.[11] Kickstarter backers received early access to the first two episodes via private showings beginning January 25, 2022.[12]

In a Kickstarter update, it was revealed that the first two episodes of the series would follow a new adventure within the canon of Vox Machina, falling in the timeline before Kraghammer and that the following episodes would complete the Briarwoods arc and move "into other classic Vox Machina story arcs as well."[13] However, the series instead ended up starting in Emon, with the storyline of Brimscythe. During a Q&A, art director Arthur Loftis mentioned that the series would consist of 10 episodes;[14] however, this was later changed to two seasons of twelve episodes each.

The first season introduced us to the four stylish best friends who live in Harlem, New York City. Camille is a young anthropology professor at Columbia, Tye is a queer dating app creator, Quinn is a a trust fund fashion designer, and Angie is a singer and actress.

Prime Video ordered a total of eight episodes for Harlem season 2, two less than the inaugural season. The second season premiered with the first two episodes on Friday, Feb. 3, 2023. Going forward, two new installments will be released weekly until the finale on Friday, Feb. 24, 2023. We provided a full breakdown of the episode schedule below:

Every single episode of Friends is now available to stream on Netflix. That's 84 hours of Chandler's one-liners and embarrassing situations involving Ross and his ill-advised attempts at self-improvement.

Each one is extremely watchable (ask the millions of people who have whiled away afternoons sitting catatonic in front of whatever re-runs happened to be on Comedy Central) but some of them are much, much funnier than others. Take, for example, almost any episode in which Ross is part of the lead storyline. It has been said many, many times before, but Ross is clearly the best (and for that matter, the funniest) character on the show.

In another show, one of the main characters suffering a mental breakdown in reaction to the breakdown of their marriage might have been rather harrowing. But not Friends, and certainly not Friends' most reliably hilarious character, Ross. In this classic episode, the three-time divorcee is given the not-so-affectionate nickname "mental Gellar" by his colleagues, and placed on a sabbatical after he freaks out at his boss for accidentally eating a Thanksgiving leftovers sandwich he had left in the fridge.

Undoubtedly the best guest-starring role of the entire show. Brad Pitt (then husband to Jennifer Aniston) stars as Will, an old schoolmate of Ross and Monica's, who was bullied by Rachel. Over the course of the episode, it comes out that he and Ross had started an I Hate Rachel Green club, and spread a rumour that she was a hermaphrodite. Kids, eh?

Forget about the rugby, this episode is all about the subplot in which Chandler is so desperate to escape the grasp of his ex-girlfriend Janice (and too cowardly to tell her the truth) that he pretends he's moving to the Middle East. She doesn't let him off the hook so easily and he's forced to buy a ticket and board the plane.

What values do you hold dear as an archivist and why? In this episode, Christine Weideman, director of manuscripts and archives at Yale University Library, and Mary Caldera, head of arrangement and description at Yale University Library, talk about their new book, Archival Values: Essays in Honor of Mark A. Greene. Both Mary and Chris reflect upon the values that animate their work and ways in which archivists can engage with foundational principles of the profession.

This season features 21 exciting new guests who are game-changers in their fields, with family histories that illustrate the power and diversity of the human experience. Among them are actors Jamie Chung, Brian Cox, Billy Crudup, Claire Danes, Jeff Daniels, Viola Davis, David Duchovny, Richard Kind, Joe Manganiello, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Edward Norton, Julia Roberts and Danny Trejo; pop icon Cyndi Lauper; comedians Carol Burnett and Niecy Nash; athlete and sportscaster Tony Gonzalez; journalists Jim Acosta and Van Jones; activist Angela Y. Davis; and statesman Jeh Johnson. 041b061a72


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