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An audio commentary is a different audio track for an episode of 24 that features key cast or crew members to that episode talking about its production or their experiences on the set.
The location used for Omar's compound was a military base in WWII, located in Long Beach. There were large guns for defense against the Japanese, which if fired would break the glass of all the houses for miles around.
The room were Heller and Audrey were held, as well as the room where Omar records the video, were built on stage.
Joseph Hodges had the idea for the knife to pass through two grates, to make the act seem more difficult.
The door behind Jack and Heller was a fake door installed to give Omar a place to exit.
The helicopter parked at the compound was a fake, without an engine, and needed to be craned into position.
James Frain originally recorded the scene with an American accent, then they re-voiced it with a British accent.
Joseph Hodges made CTU blue as he was getting tired of the orange and gray of previous seasons.
The Araz household was all built on set, and the exterior was just a plant on a concrete floor. The set had 4 more reincarnations later in the season, including Mitch Anderson's apartment and the presidential bunker.
The new CTU set hid the entrance, as in the past different directors would have people entering from different sides.
The actor playing Brody was not available, so they took a picture of a double for the picture of his body.