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European release date seems to be 27.07.2004 (US dvd season sets usualy come out a bit later)

has annyone heard if they have proper extras this time ? (well ok season 2 had some tha were ok, but some good audiocomentary would have been nice)

NO SPOILS ABOUT SEASON 3s FINALE EPISODES IN HERE :mellow:

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I dont have sky so I was just wondering how far along the series is in Britain?

We're about 6 or 7 episodes behind the Americans. However, The American series will take a break for about 3 months and then start showing them again, so we'll actually end up about 3 episodes ahead of the Americans after the break.

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Uh, Squancho, the season ends next week for us here in the US. Where did you get this news that it was taking a break for three months and that would make you guys in the UK three shows ahead of us? Tomorrow and next Tuesday are the final two shows.

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Uh, Squancho, the season ends next week for us here in the US. Where did you get this news that it was taking a break for three months and that would make you guys in the UK three shows ahead of us? Tomorrow and next Tuesday are the final two shows.

uhm, 24 takes several big breakes, some becaus Mr Adolf Bush needs to hold speaches and Fox kills all programing and some because the kreew just issent filming fast enough (there were at least 2 month of no shows, 3x19 3x18 was the first time they packt one week with two shows) UK has no breaks at all, each week one episode, they easly catch up 8-10 episodes

i am counting one 6 weeks breake, one 3 weeks, and one for a bush speach, 3 month.

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uhm, 24 takes several big breakes, some becaus Mr Adolf Bush needs to hold speaches and Fox kills all programing and some because the kreew just issent filming fast enough (there were at least 2 month of no shows, 3x19 3x18 was the first time they packt one week with two shows) UK has no breaks at all, each week one episode, they easly catch up 8-10 episodes

i am counting one 6 weeks breake, one 3 weeks, and one for a bush speach, 3 month.

Uh ... I know 24 takes breaks. But they are through with the breaks. It WILL be shown tomorrow. And the season three finale WILL be shown next week. I don't really see where you are getting all this information from when showing two episodes three months later is a dumb move.

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I might have to rent/buy this. I watched the first 5 episodes of the third season and decided to take a break from 24. I'm still somewhat interested in what happened.

this season it got better during the second half, in the first two it was more like the oposide, starting good ending chaotic.

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the three month break they were talking about may be just from the finale next week, until the beginning of the next season....which wouldnt add up if it starts the last week of October again...

But, if I recall correctly, the longest break was maybe 5-6 weeks top during season 2 because of American Idol and all of its bullshit

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But, if I recall correctly, the longest break was maybe 5-6 weeks top during season 2 because of American Idol and all of its bullshit

Yeah, it was off for I think 3 weeks for Christmas break then came back for one episode before going on a month long break...talk about a tease.

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I'm looking forward to the finale next week. Will I get the DVDs? I haven't got the first two seasons - because I don't got the expendable money or the will to ever watch either season in entirety at random.

I got to say about season three though, it's getting better as time goes along which is a pleasant change from before.

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this season it got better during the second half, in the first two it was more like the oposide, starting good ending chaotic.

We're only on 4pm and it appears that the ending will get better, but I agree with you about Season Two, but Season One slackened in the middle and came out with brilliant season finale...

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dunno, i hated Terries amnesie, that was just soooooo "we need to keep her bussy somehow untill the end of this season"

well ok the jack part of the story was way better than in season to were it seemed like they were looking for stretcher after stretcher after...

i hope Ramon Survived, he was the coolest 24 charater EVAAAAAARrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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Oh I didn't like Teri - but I think that and the whole Keith story (as well as Rick and the drug deal) was the only plot that really wasn't connected with the Drazen's and Palmer. Everything else was tightly written into the plot. Where in Season Two we had a Bomb...then a chase to get an oil tycoon?

I'll miss HECKETH-TOR!

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some people toled me that the enxt season will air mondays, interesting for them to face monday night football, cannot do anny good to raw.

It won't face Monday Night Football because the 4th season does not begin until January 2005. However it will air opposite the first hour of RAW.

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LOS ANGELES (Zap2it.com) - Regular viewers of FOX's "24" know that even if you catch every episode, figuring out where the plot is going is often a challenge. One week Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer is in Mexico and the next week, Mexico doesn't matter anymore. One week Dennis Haysbert's President Palmer has a girlfriend whose husband is committing suicide and the next week she's gone, never to be mentioned again. Some weeks Jack's hooked on smack and a virus is about to take over the West Coast and then the next week, Jack's clean and sober and the virus is a secondary concern.

Throw in the programming interruptions that often preempt "24" for multiple weeks at a stretch and it's no wonder that the ratings for the award winning drama have been erratic this season.

FOX aims to bring stability back to "24" next year. The series won't return until January, when it moves into a new time period on Monday nights at 9 p.m. ET. The show will get a two-hour premiere and a two-hour finale. FOX Entertainment President Gail Berman also promises a two-hour special event episode in the middle of the season. The three instances of doubling down will allow "24" to reach its conclusion by the end of the May sweeps period.

The network's hope is that while the new time slot strips "24" of its protected post-"American Idol" hour, airing on Mondays will prevent the kind of schedule juggling that left the show on the shelf whenever "Idol" stretched to two hours. The plan is to air the entire season without a single repeat (long the "24" standard) and without a single week off (a miracle if it happens).

"'24' is appointment television and we believe that moving it to Monday, creating an event out of it with no breaks in the schedule, will enable the viewer to really get on the ride and have an event that takes you through to May with it," Berman says.

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After it premieres in January 2005, "Idol" will provide a Tuesday lead-in for "House," a medical drama from "Quiz Show" screenwriter and "Homicide: Life on the Street" creator Paul Attanasio. The Wednesday results show, moved to 9 p.m., will reward veteran comedy "The Bernie Mac Show."

The move to Mondays isn't akin to being thrown to the Nielsen wolves for "24." FOX has placed the series behind one of its most anticipated new dramas of the season, "Athens." The new offering from Josh Schwartz ("The O.C.") takes a soapy look at a fictional New England college town and the unlikely friendship between a young English professor and an 18-year-old freshman (a relationship FOX is already likening to the bond between Seth and Ryan on "The O.C.").

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