At 1:50:13, Cole is loading a couple of big duffels into the trunk of a CTU car, although the two of them together don't add up to one Duffel of Justice. "Better to have it than not," he tells Chloe when she questions whether he needs a whole arsenal. "Besides, Ricker's a trained killer. He's gone to a lot of trouble to stay off the grid. Also, I have to consider the possibility that Jack's with him." Oh, so one of those duffels has an air strike in it? Cole isn't as concerned about bringing Kiefer in alive any more, "After what he did to Logan....He terrorized a tunnel full of commuters with automatic weapon fire. He shot Secret Service agents." Oh, and he gutted a dude, too. Did Chloe tell Cole that part? "He shot to wound," Chloe says lamely in reference to the Secret Service guys. Cole says Kiefer only cares about revenge. "Does that sound like the man you know? Like the man you're trying to save?" Chloe continues to insist that this is about exposing the Russians. Cole wants her to be sure. "Because if Jack's there, and he makes a move other than complete surrender, I'm putting him down. Still want me to go?" Chloe knows she has no choice. And it probably doesn't hurt that in a match-up between Kiefer and Cole -- well, never mind, that hypothetical match-up was over before I could even finish that sentence. "Whatever happens, call me at the U.N.," Chloe says. Exit Cole, with a squeal of tires, at 1:51:35.
Somewhere at the U.N., some chick is telling Kayla the plan for the signing ceremony. Kayla will be honored to get to sit next to her mother, but points out that she has no official government post. Before we can go down the rabbit hole about how five hours ago neither did Dalia, someone else enters to tell Kayla that there's a woman on the phone insisting on talking to Dalia. But since Dalia's in a meeting, she's wondering if Kayla can take it instead. They run things pretty tightly over there at the U.N.