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WIN! 24 Season 1 Special Edition DVD Set

May 23, 2008 by  

WIN! 24 Season 1 Special Edition DVD Set

Whether you are a die hard fan of 24 or you’ve always wanted to get caught up on one of the hottest shows on TV, you should enter to win the brand new 24 Season 1 Special Edition DVD set which just hit stores on May 20th.

This 7-disc DVD set not only includes all the great episodes from 24’s ground breaking first season but it’s packed, and I mean packed, with special features that will blow your mind. (Check out the full list of features after the jump.)

I’ve got three copies to giveaway just for GMMR readers. Entering is easy…

  • Share with us a problem you face everyday and how Jack Bauer could help. You know, maybe you’ve run out of milk and Jack is called in on special assignment to milk a cow, pasteurize the milk and bring it to you…all in 24 hours of course.

Three winners will be chosen at random from all qualifying entries. Please make sure to leave your correct email address in the appropriate field when leaving your comment.

Good luck and may Jack Bauer be with you.

# Disc 1:

  • # Introduction to Season One with Kiefer Sutherland (this is accessible via menu as well)
  • # 12:00AM -1:00AM
  • # Commentary by Stephen Hopkins and Director of Photography Peter Levy
  • # 1:00AM – 2:00AM
  • # 2:00AM – 3:00AM
  • # 3:00AM – 4:00AM

# Disc 2:

  • # 4:00AM – 5:00AM
  • # 5:00AM – 6:00AM
  • # 6:00AM – 7:00AM
  • # 7:00AM – 8:00AM

# Disc 3:

  • # 8:00AM – 9:00AM
  • # 9:00AM – 10:00AM
  • # 10:00AM – 11:00AM
  • # 11:00AM – 12:00PM

# Disc 4:

  • # 12:00PM – 1:00PM
  • # 1:00PM – 2:00PM
  • # 2:00PM – 3:00PM
  • # 3:00PM – 4:00PM

# Disc 5:

  • # 4:00PM – 5:00PM
  • # 5:00PM – 6:00PM
  • # 6:00PM – 7:00PM
  • # 7:00PM – 8:00PM

# Disc 6:

  • # 8:00PM – 9:00PM
  • # 9:00PM – 10:00PM
  • # 10:00PM – 11:00PM
  • # 11:00PM – 12:00AM
  • Commentary by Leslie Hopeand Stephen Hopkins

# Disc 7:

  • # Trailer Farm: Burn Notice, Prison Break Season 2, 24 Season 7 Tune-in Trailer
  • # Alan and Teri discuss Jack’s Profession
  • # Kim and Rick discuss Jack’s Profession
  • # Jack and Officer Hamilton Talk About Palmer
  • # Officer Hamilton Dies
  • # Carl “Chats” with Barry
  • # Alan and Teri at the Hospital
  • # Ira Spares Kim and Teri and Discusses His Contingencies
  • # Kim Comforts Teri in Captivity
  • # The Palmers Visit an Elementary School
  • # Nina and Tony Discuss Jack’s Marriage
  • # Jack Gives Rick a Second Chance
  • # Nina Searches the Hospital Room
  • # Nina Pulls Prints from the Hospital Phone
  • # Nina Tells Tony She Wants to Bring Kim and Teri Back to CTU
  • # Kim Confronts Nina and Teri in the Safehouse
  • # Teri Comforts Kim
  • # Andre Drazen at the Cafe
  • # Jack Plans to Use Elizabeth Nash as a Spy
  • # Teri Asks Kim Not to Tell Anyone What Eli Did to Her
  • # Johan Calls Andre to Tell Him the Women Escaped
  • # Teri’s Amnesia
  • # The FBI Comes for Carl
  • # Phil is Wounded and Confesses His Feelings to Teri
  • # Kim is Held Hostage by the Drazens
  • # Teri Tells Nina About Her Pregnancy
  • # Alternate Ending
  • # The Genesis of 24
  • # The Rookie: Coffe Run, Get this To…

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32 Responses to “WIN! 24 Season 1 Special Edition DVD Set”

  1. max on May 23rd, 2008 7:49 pm

    I am too slow
    Jack could help make me fast

  2. Ashley Sumners on May 23rd, 2008 7:55 pm

    I can’t find my cell phone. Jack Bauer comes in directly from his call from the President to start the mission. He sets up a strategic search of the house starting from the bottom up. When it comes out negative, they bring in their highest of high tech machines to determine where a recent call might have been made within the house. In a last ditch effort, he conference calls with all of his co-workers to come up with an idea. They eventually come to the conclusion the best way to find the phone is to call it. The day is saved!

  3. Give Me My Remote on May 23rd, 2008 8:04 pm

    Ha ha ha!!!

  4. kilwiggle7 on May 23rd, 2008 8:08 pm

    I have to drive to work everyday… and with gas prices this high it’s tough… Jack Bauer could pee in my gas tank and provide the fuel for my car because his fluids could energy my car better than any gas could… 😉 Jack Bauer is the man!

  5. Alison on May 23rd, 2008 10:25 pm

    My seasonal allergies are making me miserable.
    Jack Bauer could gather all of the top intelligence in the world to figure out a way to suck all the pollen out of the air, while still allowing plants to reproduce as needed.

  6. Courtney on May 24th, 2008 1:20 am

    My Outlook locks up at work…Jack Bauer tracks down the most new and unseen metals to build a new master computer for me at work that not only allows my Outlook never to freeze up again, but it also allows me to assist him in hacking into anything necessary (the hacking would probably be the next season of 24).

    I think mine might be lame, but it’s late.

  7. Sarah on May 24th, 2008 1:52 am

    My car has a nasty habit of not starting in the morning. Jack Bauer locates the car and gets it to start with just a slight raise of his eyebrow.

  8. Lisa (aka LMR) on May 24th, 2008 8:15 am

    Operation Timecreep

    Major television events are going past their allotted end time and most recently much of the nation missed an important media announcement. There is a plot afoot that only Jack Bauer can unearth and expose. After all when Jack’s “24” clock goes to midnight, the crisis is over so he’s good with time.

    He will investigate the plot with his network of well placed informants and then work with the right team to ensure programs end on time. If this plan fails, he’ll don his trusty man bag and swing into Plan B whereby he comes in and reprograms all of my recording devices, adding time where appropriate.

    Future crises averted.

  9. Mere on May 24th, 2008 1:07 pm

    With all the rain that came a few weeks ago, the rain actually carried out part of a major road in my area. This diverts traffic around into not the best ever of neighborhoods.
    I picture Jack starting to help VDOT’s crew fix the sink hole in the wee hours of the night, but then between 5-7 am and pm, when rush hour is, he’ll be air lifting cars and fighting to reduce traffic. Then from 7-9 am he’ll help the kids get to school on time. And by the end of the 24 hours he’ll be sitting on top of where the sink hole was, in the middle of road, relaxing however Jack relaxes.

  10. Zoe on May 24th, 2008 5:39 pm

    I have to floss my teeth.
    Jack Bauer, while abducted in Osaka, Japan, steals a chunk of wood from one of their famous forest trees. He escapes back to the U.S. and asks special CTU agents to make floss out of this tree. Then, miniature monkeys attack him. Jack is quick and snatches up the monkeys and brings both the floss and miniature monkeys to my house. He tells the monkeys that he will let them go if they use the floss like vines in a jungle to swing around my mouth to floss my teeth. They oblige.

  11. Molly on May 24th, 2008 6:02 pm

    My phone is dying, and my charger is at home. Jack, amazingly enough, knows the phone is dying even though there’s not enough charge left to make the call to CTU. He shows up at work, administers cpr to my dying cell phone (by plugging it into a charger he made out of materials found in the backseat of his car: celery sticks, a bottle of Kim’s nail polish and a gum wrapper), and saves the day (or my social calender, anyways)

  12. Sue on May 24th, 2008 9:25 pm

    I am heading to work and running late. Unfortunately, my commute is 30 miles. I need to get to get to work on time as a matter of national security. There is some sort of holdup within minutes of my departure. I call Jack and he pulls up along side me. He puts his car on auto pilot and jumps from his car into my passenger seat. Jack calls Chloe and is informed of a traffic accident up ahead. Chloe sends the traffic report and map to my cell phone with a schematic for an alternate route. We avert the hold-up but the clock is ticking.

    Jack calls Chloe. We aren’t going to make it. We need control of the street lights so that we can avoid the red lights. Chloe sends a program to Jacks phone that will trigger the lights from red to green!

    We are making good time, I just might make it! ALERT! ALERT! The gasoline light is flashing. There is no time to stop. Jack says pull up along side that car. Hanging out the window reaches and opens the other cars gas cap. He feeds some tubing he found in the trunk into the gas line of the other car, sucks on the tubing to start the flow and then places the other end of the tubing in my car.

    We are almost there! As we approach my office, Jack notices the tubing from the gas line is still hanging out of the tank and it is starting to spark. We are going to have to eject. Jack puts a rock on the gas pedal to keep it headed toward the river while we eject. I land at my desk, and Jack stays with the car to be sure no citizens are injured.

    Thanks Jack!

  13. Randi on May 24th, 2008 9:57 pm

    Jack Bauer seems like he would do a phenomenal pedicure. He could be my personal masseuse and mani/pedi executor.


  14. Liz on May 25th, 2008 12:50 am

    My problem is one of motivation. Like most of us, I have a lot to do every day, but I find the hours wasting away as I sit, slack-jawed, in front of the computer. I have a feeling that Jack Bauer could be the ultimate motivational tool.


    “There is an explosive device strapped to your chest. Finish that article before midnight, or I will not be responsible for what happens to you.”

    “The only reason you’re still conscious is because that kitchen floor needs mopping. Do it. Do it now.”

  15. Jordan on May 25th, 2008 1:16 am

    I work in a nursery, and one early morning a young girl, let’s call her Kristen, decides to take off her very messy diaper and run bare naked around the room. Problem is, that was her only diaper. The other seven kids are now running around taking their diapers off, leaving a trail of dirty diapers for me to clean. Before I can decide which to do first (round up the kids or pick up the dirty diapers) Jack shows up.

    He looks at me and says “I”m here. Make a decision, for your life, and my life, depends on it.”

    I grab the kids as he calls Chloe and a whole task force comes into the nursery. Instead of guns and ammo they are armed with diapers, trash bags, bottles, and plastic babies. They are wearing masks to, well, mask the awful stench coming from the diapers.

    Next thing I know all the kids are clothed properly, in their cribs and Jack has just finished reading “Oh The Places You’ll Go” to the kids. Soon, sleeping commences. At this point Jack realizes how tired he is after saving the world and such that he crawls into a much too small crib and gets some sleep.

    47 minutes later he gets a call from Chloe and is out of there as fast as he came in and I am left with eight crying babies who miss their Uncle Jack.

  16. Alyson on May 25th, 2008 9:57 am

    I’ve ordered a pizza using the internet. The confirming email stated that the pizza was supposed to be there in 22-32 minutes. But, as I watch the online tracker, it’s clear that more than 28 minutes have gone by and it hasn’t even been boxed yet, much less left the pizza place for delivery.

    I call the pizza place, and they inform me that they’ve already heard that the pizza is running behind schedule. Jack Bauer uses his technology gurus to make sure all starving college students receive their pizzas on time. He’s already shown up to the pizza place, thrown together my ham and cheese pizza pie, played with the hard wires so it’ll cook in 20 seconds but not taste like microwave, boxed it, and is on his way.

    By the time I hang up the phone, the front door bell is ringing. A helicopter is in the front yard, and Jack Bauer’s at my door. He says, “Jack Bauer always deliveres in 30 minutes or less.”

  17. Casey on May 25th, 2008 10:04 am

    I have locked my keys in my car at school yet again. Jack Bauer is alerted and hijacks Air Force One, on which the president is making a shady deal with some Russians, to fly to my city. He jumps out of the plane and parachutes on to a helicoptor, hijacks that, and flys to my side. He then takes one look at my car and all of the glass shatters in fear. Jack then takes a piece of metal laying on the ground and twists it into a new key just in case I ever lock the keys inside again. All of this can about three hours.

  18. JasonQG on May 25th, 2008 3:15 pm

    After a long day at work, I come home to discover that my TV is on the fritz. Feeling bored, I call Jack Bauer in, who re-enacts season 1 of 24 in my living room for the ultimate “special edition” version.

  19. Hilary on May 25th, 2008 6:16 pm

    I just finished a paper for my english class and my printer isn’t working. Out of fear I call Jack Bauer to come and see what is wrong. I tired to figure out what was wrong myself, but since I’m a girl nothing goes according to plan, and I slice my finger open.

    Jack is at the hospital visiting Chloe when he gets the call from me. Chloe just had the baby. He races to the helipad and steals the helicopter that has just landed, bringing a burn victim into the ICU.

    Within 20 minutes after slicing my finger open, I hear a helicopter flying above. Jack lands the helicopter in the middle of the street, blocking the two cars that were trying to get by. I have stopped my finger from bleeding at this point. Jack races into the house, gun drawn to make sure there are no Russians in the area. They had a meeting with the president earlier in the day and is making sure they have not planted a computer-crashing virus into all of the computers in the United States. He calls CTU to figure out if there is a computer-crashing virus or not, …they confirm there is none. He begins work on my printer and finds the problem. A small scrap of paper was jammed in there after the first time I tried printing the paper. He pulls out the scrap and tells me to hit the “PRINT” button quickly, before something else happens! The printer works and my paper comes out in flawless condition. His phoe rings, it’s CTU. The Russians are holding the Secretary of State hostage and they need him right away. He runs back out to the helicopter and takes off to Washington DC.

    It was the most antogonizing 52 minutes of my life.

  20. Steph on May 25th, 2008 6:37 pm

    I often get eyelashes stuck in my eye. Jack Bauer, his eyes gazing into mine, tenderly reaches in and plucks it out. This will eventually lead to me losing all my eyelashes. That’s all right. It’d be worth it…

  21. Peng9803 on May 26th, 2008 3:56 am

    It’s the start of the new work week. After a long day at work, I come home and find that there is too many TV shows that air on Mondays. Unable to make a decision between Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, Chuck, Gossip Girl, Bones, Greek, Wildfire, One Tree Hill, Heroes, Samantha Who and House (maybe even 24 some day!)…and only having one DVR that can record two shows at a time, there is only one person I can call: Jack Bauer.

    Jack assures me that everything will be fine, I can watch many of these shows online. But come to find out, my internet is not working. Jack makes a call to CTU and asks for Chloe. He tells Chloe to go into phase #24.08, places his cell phone next to my cable box and then runs out the door.

    I hear a bunch of noises coming from the cell phone, my cable box goes aflutter and out my window I see Jack scaling my apartment building. I think he’s trying to find my cable source. It’s getting late, so I figure whatever he is doing is just not working, so I turn on my television and decide to watch Gossip Girl. As Blair is chastising Chuck, the entire city block goes dark.

    I’m starting to get worried. It’s dark, I’m all alone, and I’m missing all my shows. I decide that it is best for me to just go to bed. If I stay awake, I’ll just worry. I wake up the next morning, my alarm clock blinking 5:17 (though it is really 7:30am) and I go out to the living room to turn on the news. There’s Jack, asleep on my couch with a note on the coffee table. In the note it explains that if I press on my DVR remote “stop” and “record” at the same time, then “OK/Select” three times, then “215781” and then “OK/Select” again, ALL my programs will be found on my DVR recorded, with NO commercials!

    I don’t know what Jack, Chloe and the CTU team did, but they have saved my Mondays!

  22. Ido Krauss on May 26th, 2008 8:13 am

    i have a huge trust issue
    i need jack to tell me i can trust him, or anybody else from ctu (ex ctu?)

  23. Dennis C. on May 26th, 2008 9:37 pm

    I need to go grocery shopping and Jack Bauer is there to help! I get in the car, but Jack thinks my car might be wired with a bomb set by a rival grocery store. He checks under the seats and under the car, then rides atop the car to the grocery store sporting his handgun to keep an eye out for terrorists, evil doers, and tailgaters.

    I arrive at the supermarket and spot a perfect spot right out front. But another car driven by an enormous man sporting twin automatic rifles takes the spot ahead of me. To take the spot for the better party, Jack rolls off the roof firing shots at the man. He takes a nearby shopper as a human shield, but Jack Bauer has no problems. Hs fires one perfectly-aimed shot and takes out the evil shopper. He then removes the car from the spot the only way he knows how: C4 explosives.

    Once within the supermarket, Jack Bauer checks each aisle for terrorists for my own safety (all while picking up items from my list that I have given him). The man who he thought he had disposed of in the parking lot shows up in the soda aisle. As I hide and tremble behind the pasta in my cart, Jack Bauer darts from shelf to shelf in the aisle until his clip empties. Now without ammo, Jack must improvise. He rolls two enormous bottles of root beer at the man before launching one well-placed Fanta can at the man’s face, which knocks him down.

    Now I’ve gotten all my groceries and wait in line. Jack will have none of it, as the same man has risen and is following. Not wanting to steal the groceries (because that would be wrong!), Jack darts behind the counter and checks out 5 customers in 30 seconds, complete with cupons, items bagged, and not one item missed. As I finish checking out, Jack Bauer takes a can of Canada Dry from his pocket and fires it just over my shoulder and it whizzes past my ear. The man falls behind me, the gun in his hand falls to the floor.

    Jack and I walk outside. We find my car’s spot, but my car in gone. Angry, Jack goes back into the stores and reemerges outside dragging the man by the neck. Jack has the man by the neck and is choking him with slowly increasing force. “Where is the car!” He demands!

    “I will never tell you!” The man says. “I would sooner die!”

    “We’ll see about that,” Jack utters, as his grip increases. The man’s choking becomes audible, and stolen goods topple from his pockets. The man gasps and gargles, but finally gives in. “Okay okay!” He gasps. “I will tell you!” He raises one arm and points. “Your car is over there, this is the wrong spot.”

    I glance over, and the man is correct. My car sits just where I left it, about two dozens spaces to the left. Jack releases the man and he collapses onto the pavement. We get in the car, Jack again riding on the roof for security, and I go home. I am so glad Jack Bauer can help me with my inane daily chores, otherwise I’d never get them done!

  24. BrokenBrain on May 27th, 2008 6:31 am

    Some good ones already…
    I have to go through about 20 lights on my way to work…Jack could call Chloe to have turn green as I approach.

  25. makila on May 27th, 2008 1:24 pm

    i live next door to some preety bad people, so he could kidnap them torture them and i pretty sure they would be better people after that
    thanks, Jack bauer

  26. Michelle on May 27th, 2008 2:06 pm

    Jack would come to my house and take care of my daughter, while I sit and watch all the seasons of 24. I have never watched, and I’m really tired of my friend telling me that I NEED to watch!

  27. Michelle on May 27th, 2008 3:10 pm

    Oh, and then he could take care of Yankee fans who make Boston their home. Talk about defeating the enemy!

  28. brandi on May 28th, 2008 12:05 am

    I have to wake up to my annoying alarm clock everyday….jack could come up with a way to come to my house every morning and sofly tell me that I have to get up!

  29. Gretchen on May 28th, 2008 1:57 am

    I’m one of those perpetually late people…I could use Jack Bauer’s skills in getting me to places on time and taking care of the people who don’t like it when I’m late. 🙂

  30. Geri on June 1st, 2008 11:51 am

    Jack Bauer could help me avoid crazy traffic pitfalls every day because he obviously can locate several rips in the space-time continuum with the way he seems to magically transport across L.A. in mere minutes.

  31. Joshua St. John on June 1st, 2008 8:07 pm

    umm isnt it obvious? in order to solve the election problem, Jack should just run for president. everyone will vote for him.

  32. Laura on June 19th, 2008 6:55 pm

    In a world of non-existent customer service, Jack would come to my rescue.

    Trying to get the attention of clerks who are chatting about their upcoming weekend and ignoring the paying customer.

    Trying to get a USPS worker to stop tidying their work area and actually service customers.

    Trying to get a grocery check-out clerk to move faster than a sloth.

    Trying to get the brainiac worker to figure out how much one donut is when the price is 3 for $1.00.

    In all of these and many other situations…Jack could pull out his gun and yell in the persuasive, intensive, no options way only Jack can yell, “NOW!” and I bet I’d get some fast service comin’ my way! 🙂