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Writer-producer David Fury Says: "24 works best 24 hours in a row. I don't think we'll see it until 2009."

What We're Hearing: Production on this season of 24 stopped short at hour 12. It's not likely they'll finish the final 12 in time for us to get a full season this year. So, mark your calendars for January 2009.

Source: E!Online

And more of the same: no 24 till 2009.

Not happy about this, but I guess it's better than getting a 12 episodes season.

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Kiefer Sutherland on Free Radio






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· Saw Kiefer at Spaceland in Silverlake last night (Jan 31). He went straight for the door despite the huge line, apparently to ask if Castledoor had already played. He was very apologetic about cutting in line to the girls at the front; after he talked to the doorman he went and hung out on the curb with a male friend until someone insisted they come in. He was all smiles, wearing an Iron Workers' Union jacket. Good to see him on the Eastside.

· Jack Bauer likes indie rock?! I was at Spaceland last Thursday night for the final, packed night of buzz band the Airborne Toxic Event's residency there, and who is standing right in front of me but the recently-released Kiefer Sutherland, who arrived early to brave the line. (It was, by the way, the longest line I have ever seen at the Silver Lake club.) He stayed from the beginning of the night all the way through the headlining band's set, singing along with the tunes and telling his friends how much he loved it. Afterwards, he hung around for a bit, taking some pictures with the violin girl from ATE and shooting the shit with the guys from the Deadly Syndrome. Who knew Jack Bauer had such good taste in music?

 

Got it from here.


And a couple of young Kiefer caps:


 



 


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Here is the part about Kiefer:

I’ve been incredibly fortunate. If there is a wealth that I’ve had in my life really, truly it’s my five children. I had dinner with Kiefer [Sutherland] last night. I had an end of the night meeting with my son Roeg [Sutherland]. They’re just wonderful.

Q: How is Keifer doing?

Donald Sutherland: Fantastic. Fantastic. Could not be more proud of a son and a man and an actor than I am of him. God, he blew me away last night.

Q: How so, his spirit after what he’s been through?

Donald Sutherland: I don’t think that you could call it his spirit, but certainly his sensibility is so balanced and measured and deliberate and the use that he made of his time – forty-eight days is a long time in solitary confinement, twenty-three hours a day. The only thing that he could do to get out was to do the laundry of the other inmates. He said to me last night, because I was able to put a deposit on the telephone so that he could call me collect kind of like every third day and then we’d have fourteen minutes, no more because they cut you off, to speak. You’ve never seen fourteen minutes go so quickly in your life, but he was saying that it was so cold in there, just freezing. Then last night he came up, and I had just landed yesterday afternoon, and he was released on Monday, and he said, ‘You know what, I said that it was so cold in there, but it’s freezing outside!’ [laughs]

Q: Where did you have dinner, a special local spot?

Donald Sutherland: Nah, it’s just a restaurant up the street that we go to a couple of times. It’s a good restaurant. I couldn’t believe how much he ate. He was wonderful.

Q: So they didn’t let him have visitors or anything there?

Donald Sutherland: No. I don’t know whether he could have, but he didn’t want visitors.

 


You can read the whole interview here.


And 2 pics taken the night they had dinner under the cut:






And this interview, seem to be more questions.


Donald Sutherland is enormously proud of Kiefer Sutherland, in part because of the dignified way his eldest son handled his recent jail sentence for drunk driving.

"He's as good a man -- artist and man -- as you can find anywhere," "You won't find a prouder parent!"

Kiefer's dad said that his son handled the latest situation like a man, taking responsibility for his actions and facing the jail term head on. "And it was tough, tough, tough. I thought he was wonderful."

Part of the support comes because Kiefer has never whined about the circumstances around the DYI incident last September. Unlike many other Hollywood celebrities in similar circumstances, Kiefer did not try to massage his public image and went to jail, and came out, without the overwrought hoopla surrounding fame-craving idiots such as Paris Hilton.

"And it gave me an opportunity because I had him trapped," Donald said with a smile about his sudden opportunity to communicate directly with Kiefer.

In recent years, Donald and Kiefer have become extremely close, especially after Donald started to realize the challenges Kiefer faces being the star of a successful TV drama such as 24.

The jail time intensified their communication, Donald said. "He wasn't allowed reading material," Donald said of the ban on books in Kiefer's particular situation. "But I was able to write to him. I wrote him letters and he didn't have anything else to read so he had to read them. It was great!"

They also talked on the telephone, in strictly regulated increments.

"We could speak every two or three days for 14 minutes, and that was it, you were cut off," Donald said. "You can't believe how fast 14 minutes goes. It's just done like that!"

Donald wanted to prioritize his conversations, to key on specific topics. "You think to," he said. "You start to and then you start to talk and it's gone."

The proud papa has come closest to working directly with Kiefer. Both were cast by Joel Schumacher for the John Grisham thriller, A Time to Kill (1996). But they did not have dialogue scenes together.

"I was a little pissed off with Joel, actually," Sutherland said of the experience, "because Kiefer and I had wanted to do a film where we played a father and a son. I was cast in this movie and then Kiefer was obliged to do it because of his friendship with Joel. So I said to Joel: 'I'm going to do a little improvisation where I see him over there and I turn to Matthew McConaughey and say: 'Do you know who the kid's mother is?' And Joel cut it out.

"So we talked about playing his father in 24. I had something I had to do. I think it was Fool's Gold, to be truthful. But the bottom line is that I really didn't want to play a father who was trying to kill his son."

By BRUCE KIRKLAND - Sun Media

 






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Looking pretty good! ;)




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Glad to see him out! smilie

You can watch the video here.



More caps under the cut:



Apparently the video is not new.  Representatives of The Inside Edition said that is  from the period between November 9th and December 5th when he was sentenced. Sorry!

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i made a sort of random little song using 24 clips a few weeks ago and so...i'll share it in celebration of kiefer's release! (ps i'm very lame). But enjoy!

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Kiefer Sutherland Released From Jail

MONDAY JANUARY 21, 2008 03:20 AM EST

By Ken Lee and Alondra Hernandez


 

After 48 days behind bars, Kiefer Sutherland was released from incarceration Monday morning at a Glendale, Calif. jail.

The actor left at 12:05 a.m., according to jail spokesman John Balian.

"[Kiefer] looked like he was glad to be out," said Balian, who added that the actor was wearing a shirt and jeans when he left, and took home whatever personal belongings he originally brought with him.

Sutherland, 41, served his entire sentence for a second DUI conviction and for violating probation. He spent his birthday, Christmas and New Year's at the Los Angeles-area facility.

"Throughout his stay, he never griped, never complained," Balian previously said. "He never wanted preferential treatment from the get go, and we respect him for that."

Sutherland was housed alone in an 8 by 10 foot cell, but was not confined to it, having access to a larger day room with a TV.

The actor was only visited by his attorney. The 24 star did not include any family or friends on his visitor request list. (His doctor was the only other approved visitor).

Sutherland kept largely to himself, having scant contact with other inmates, Balian said.

The actor was also sentenced to five years probation, and must complete an 18-month alcohol education program and attend weekly therapy sessions for six months.


I'm so glad he's home!

And another one:

Kiefer Sutherland was released from California's Glendale City Jail shortly after midnight this evening, after serving his entire 48-day sentence, which stemmed from his arrest last year for his fourth DUI. The 24 star began his sentence on December 5th, and spent the holidays and his birthday behind bars.

Kiefer was driven away by his publicist under a police escort out the back of the Glendale City Jail an insider exclusively told PageSix.com. Our law enforcement sources also tells us that, "Kiefer is very excited to leave the jail and return to the safe and warm confines of his home. Kiefer was the model inmate while he served his time, and jokingly told jail staff that he won't be doing any laundry anytime soon as he was relegated to endless hours of fluff and fold."

The 41-year-old had originally agreed to the plea so he wouldn't disrupt production on his hit Fox TV show but shooting has been halted ever since the writers strike began. We are also told by our insider that Kiefer is looking forward "to some real food, and he never wants to see another bologna sandwich ever again."

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The actor will be a free man after the weekend.


KIEFER SUTHERLAND will be released next Monday from jail, the Glendale Police tell ET. He will most likely be released in the early morning, according to authorities.

Last month, the "24" star checked into jail in Glendale, CA, to serve a 48-day sentence stemming from his DUI arrest.

At the time of his incarceration, a spokesperson reported to ET: "Kiefer Sutherland will serve all 48 days of his sentence. He will be in a cell by himself. It is not because he is someone special, but because anyone sentenced to a long period of time is in a cell by themselves. Kiefer will be assigned to laundry detail and kitchen detail. He will be working while he is here. He was very humble, accepts full responsibility and is committed to doing 48 days."

Kiefer was not placed in special living accommodations available to those with the means. "We do have a pay-to-stay," a representative from the jail confirmed, "however, he did not request [the program]. He wanted to be treated like any other inmate sentenced to do his time."

Posted January 17, 2008 7:17:00 AM



And I also found this pic of his cell:

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Sutherland starts his 48-day jail term

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