A number numerically following 23 and preceding 25. It is formed by adding the word twenty (20) to the number four (4), separated by a hyphen.
Any number which is the result of a numerical expression or equation whose value is equal to the number 1 less than 25 or 1 more than 23.
The title of a show which is the embodiement of true awesomeness, especially in its first season. It follows the action/awesome-packed adventures and deeds of Jack Bauer, a man who works/worked for CTU, a counter-terrorist organization of the United States. Each season promptly ends with Bauer whipping the bad guys' asses in some fashion in a manner strikingly similar to Chuck Norris's morning stretches.
A number which is a misarrangement of the numbers 2 and 4. The correct order is 4, then 2 (42), which happens to be the answer to life, the universite, and everything. This perfect number and its highest meaning was brought about by the calculations of the Deep Thinker.
Another name for Patrick Star of the ever-popular television show Spongebob Squarepants
(1) Numerical Format
"You just had your birthday party a couple days ago, right?"
"Yeah, I'm 24 years old now!"
(2) Solution to an Expression or Equation
"What's the answer to this problem?"
"It's 24, you dumbshit
(3) The Show
"Hey, did you watch 24 last night?"
"Dude... I shat bricks
when that bomb went off."
(4) Misarrangement of 2 and 4
No example necessary
(5) Patrick Star
"Come on now. We just want to know your name."
"Uhh... Uhh.... Uhhh...! Twenty-four!"
24, The Jack Bauer Power Hour. The most entertainment you can stuff into a single day. Full of twists, turns, violence, and Elisha Cuthbert.
I had all kinds of work to do, but I decided to watch 24 instead.
What's so good about 24?
1) It's one of the greatest television shows. EVER.
2) It's also known as "The Jack Bauer Power Hour".
3) The show isn't afraid to kill off main characters.
4) Elisha Cuthbert.
5) It has insane plot twists.
6) It never gets boring.
"I need a hacksaw".
24 or 24 Hours. A TV Show about a terrorist threat against the United States that takes place in a day. Each season of the show has 24 one hour episodes (including commercials) to create a total of 24 hours, creating the real-time effect.
Very entertaining show with many plot twists.
Keifer Sutherland has such an evil voice.
Elisha Cuthbert is so hot.
Honestly, it dosen't get much better than 24. The best show on telivision. Has had four seasons so far, the fifth is set to occur sometime in January 2006. The fourth season wasn't as good as the others, but still better than any other show. If you're bored one day, I *reccomend* ...rent, or better, buy the first season of 24. 18 strait hours of pure excitement.
Milo buys the first season of 24.
Milo's mom: "Milo, it's time to eat."
*Milo stays glued to 24*
*a few minutes pass*
*Milo's mom comes into room*
"Milo, what is so interesting about this show? You've been watching it for 9 hours strait, now."
*on telivision* Jack: "I am the LAST thing you will ever see if you if you hurt my wife or my daughter"
*Milo's mom sits*
*9 hours later, Milo and his mother are still watching 24 in disbelief that a show could be so powerful and addicting*
The best show around!
'24 will wipe the floor at the Emmy's this year'
1) How many hours are in a day
2) Best TV Show... Ever. Period.
Jeff watches Jack get the virus on TV.
Jeff says: "This is sad, and yet cool!"
Bob Agrees: "Indeed"
a show on Fox that airs 1 hour episodes that equal 1 hour in the show time. each season happens in a "day" and therefore consists of 24 episodes. Has Keifer Sutherland as the hero Jack and each season has a different enemy/threat to the world. The most recent was a nuclear missle
When does Jack Go to the bathroom?