January 16, 2005


Has anyone noticed that in 24, the 12 hour clock is used in those tick-thud interludes but the 24 hour clock is used in naming the episodes?

The name suggests the 24 hour clock should be used! shocking!

Perhaps it's done to avoid confusing the public (fifteen o'clock? Whats fifreen o'clock??)

ponder it.

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  1. It's made by Fox.

    There's your answer.

    16 Jan 2005, 01:06

  2. Yep, you're right – they use the 12-hour clock because 24-hour times would have confused the American public, apparently. The 24 hour listings are used in the UK DVD releases.

    16 Jan 2005, 18:59

  3. Really? well i always suspected as much…

    Conclusive proof of what we have all suspected for some time now?? lol :p

    17 Jan 2005, 12:09

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