Then, I documented it. So...here's a short list. I also included moments when someone at CTU actually DID something that helped in some way. In documenting these rare occasions I realized the only person at CTU other than Chloe to actually accomplish anything was Sarah. Surprising.
Hee. 7-11. Um, anyway...
At the beginning before their meeting Erin refers to him as Jack. Sarah manages to find Maurice.
After Driscoll lets Jack into the field Ronnie refers to him as Bauer almost exclusively. So this might be a respect/knowledge thing and somehow using someone's last name only is not respectful. I can't quite explain that. But I think it's also a familiarity thing in that people who know him refer to him as Jack and everyone else distances themselves. But I'm not sure.
Chloe always calls him and refers to him as Jack if she's not using his full name.
After Jack goes "rogue" Erin starts referring to him as Bauer.
Later, Marianne refers to him as Bauer as in "I thought Bauer didn't even work here..." - but it's surprising that she even knew he existed. Unless his name turns up in watercool talk often. And judging from Sarah's "oh" in ep 1, that's not such a far fetched assumption.
In the fourth episode, Erin and Curtis are talking upstairs and refer to him as Bauer. When Erin tries to get Sarah to track Chloe she refers to him as Bauer as well. Edgar when talking about finding him refers to him as Bauer. Then, there's an odd moment where Sarah refers to him as Jack and Edgar answers "why would Jack contact Chloe?"
Oh and Sarah found the cell phone call. And really...that's it for helpful actions from CTU.
Also, and I'm so the only one so no one should agree - lol - Jack seems so different to me this season! Like, so weird to watch his interactions with people and while rewatching these eps I realized that he was still very guarded in his emotions and part of the weirdness is that I've never seen him in this role. Er, I mean, when we were introduced he was married and the entire plot of s1 was with his wife and kid. Then, in season two he's a grieving widower trying to make things right with his daughter and then in season three he was a drug addict who was trying to maintain his relationship with his daughter and had decided to not have any romantic involvements at all.
But season four? He's falling in love. He has a completely different job (and I'm trying not to think that he's a Republican, really, I don't care if he's a fictional character - lol). His daughter's out of the picture, so we no longer have that "father" identity (and I just realized that anyone watching this series for the first time without reading reviews might have no clue who Kim and Chase ARE) . But, with all these new people and new interactions it IS different and it has put him into situations I've never seen before on screen. But the other thing is that, and again this is probably my own personal political beliefs...see, this is where I'm having a problem. I like Heller, I do, which I didn't think I would. But, as most of you know I feel that our government has committed war crimes and has started an illegal war so although I think kidnapping and killing is wrong wrong wrong wrong I can't really feel that the entire idea of trying someone is such a bad idea. So, to me at least, the threat of them killing Heller isn't as large as say...a nuclear bomb. And I really wish they would just let Jack say that he's really doing this to find the one woman he's loved since he held his wife's dying body in his arms. Because this whole "We'll find Heller" thing, just isn't enough of a threat for me to feel that his actions are entirely justified.
Also the expression on his face when Audrey's kidnapped? Not all that dissimilar to his expression when Chase was brought into the Salazars.
And don't read the TV Guide blurb. And I don't remember having this much to say about the early eps of season three. LOL.
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