At CTU, Soul Patch is leading a little meeting on the CTU floor, bringing everyone up to speed on Ill Bill's movements before he was isolated. Special Agent Charlie Brown apparently hit pay dirt in his interrogation of Ill Bill, and he did it in time for Adam the Woman Hater to put together a whole PowerPoint presentation, complete with photographs. The bad news: at the drugstore in Burbank, Ill Bill came in contact with the pharmacist, a person whose name and address are known, and two other customers who are unknown and are now out spreading the disease. Plus there are six people who left the urgent care center after Ill Bill arrived, but before the quarantine was put in place. What? He was there for less than a minute before they recognized him. I guess National Health Services should have been a little more specific with their instructions. In any case, Adam and Soul Patch figure that up to seventy-five people may have been exposed by now, and if any of them are in a mall or supermarket when they become symptomatic, we'll be in The Stand territory. Soul Patch orders a quarantine of two whole neighborhoods and puts everyone to work. Then he turns and stares at the last slide of Adam's PowerPoint presentation, looking profoundly unhappy. I guess he hates that color scheme.
7:53:49. Kiefer watches Spawn from the AV trailer. An unconscious Spawnders is being tied to a chair in the next room. Kiefer, satisfied, heads over to have a talk with her. He dismisses Agent Custodian and Agent Hair and Makeup, so now he's alone with her, with the door closed. This could get ugly. Kiefer opens a metal briefcase whose contents we can't see. Yeah, I'm pretty sure this is going to get ugly. He pulls out a capsule which he pops under Spawnders's nose, and she wakes up. "What's going on?" she sputters. "Who are you?" Oh, Spawnders, I bet you ask someone those questions every morning. Kiefer introduces himself and explains that they need Spawnders's help to find her father. Kiefer says, "You don't know who your father really is." And again, I don't know how he knows that, but he tells Spawnders that her dad killed a few hundred people this morning and is threatening to kill thousands more. "Now I can only imagine how difficult this must be for you to believe, but trust me: you're going to cooperate with us." Spawnders's response? She wants a lawyer. Kiefer says, "Oh, rats. I guess we're done then." No, actually he says, "There's no lawyer. There's just you and me." Oh, Kiefer, I bet you say that to all the girls. Spawnders finally catches a clue and starts talking: "I don't know anything about my father. He comes into town twice a year. I have dinner with him. I don't even know where he lives." Kiefer asks how she contacts him, and she says he calls her. Kiefer's not buying it. He threatens, "You have no idea how far I'm willing to go to acquire your cooperation." Yeah, Spawnders. He's prepared to put you on a live satellite video feed and have somebody pretend to shoot you. Kiefer screams, "Where is your father?" as her panic rises, until Forrester interrupts with the news that Red Herring is moving towards Spawn's position.