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24: Season 6

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Always innovative and utterly addictive, the thrilling sixth season of 24 picks up twenty months after last season’s shocking season finale and features even more unthinkable and shocking plotlines that take place in another heart-stopping 24 hour period. Nominated for his sixth consecutive Best Actor–Drama Series EmmyAward, Kiefer Sutherland continues to ignite the screen as the rugged hero Jack Bauer, along with gripping performances from the series returning ensemble cast. The seven-disc 24: Season Six DVD set includes all 24 one-hour episodes plus is packed with hours of special features including an exclusive Season Seven preview, over 25 minutes of deleted scenes, numerous cast/crew episode commentaries, more than 20 behind-the-scenes webcast diaries, "Day Six Debrief" mobisodes, several on-the-set featurettes and more.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Not totally realistic, but totally engrossing! Aug. 25 2013
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
Love this show, but am beginning to notice that Jack can do anything. Speak Russian...disconnect bombs...run after criminals despite bullet wounds...
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5.0 out of 5 stars Superb July 7 2013
By Emma
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I started watching this with low expectations because of the reviews I read that it wasn't a good season. Those people were wrong, this was just as great a season as the rest of them. It was a tearjerker at the end with everything in between that was needed to make it so good to watch. Can't wait to start season 7.
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3.0 out of 5 stars "You okay?" "I'm fine." March 6 2013
The exchange above is repeated countless times this season, and usually follows a torture, beating, shooting, chase, betrayal, or broken heart. It's pretty lazy dialogue for such a sharp series and typical of a season that is a huge disappointment after the excellent Season 5.

Jack Bauer is released after 20 months of torture in a Chinese prison; though he can barely stand, within moments he's fighting bad guys, jumping fences, and single-handedly bringing down all his enemies. This season, the "hostiles" are Arabs, Chinese, and Russians, as well as some Washington insiders who bicker like children. Since half of the story takes place in the White House, we see much less of Jack, and the show suffers in his absence.

The writers have come up with an endless parade of forgettable villains whose only purpose is to pad the story. When Jack's on the screen, the show is brilliant, thanks to Keifer Sutherland; when he's gone, it's tedious.
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