Tucker, Ken
January 2007
Entertainment Weekly;1/26/2007, Issue 917, p65
The article presents a fake obituary for the character Curtis Manning on the television show "24." Manning was killed by fellow Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU) agent Jack Bauer while threatening the life of reformed terrorist Hamri Al-Assad. Manning was eulogized on the program by CTU chief Bill Buchanan, who called Manning a "warrior."


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