CTU. While Chloe and Morris are busy trying to track the destination of the rogue data stream, Milo is busy lounging in his chair and watching a live video feed of Doyle interrogating Nadia. It's not like he has anything else to do while a nuclear bomb controlled by terrorists is streaking over U.S. airspace, right? Is countering terrorism his job, or something? At 7:41:10, Chloe comes by so that Milo can whine to her about Nadia's situation. Chloe doesn't know if Nadia's innocent or not, but since the data was routed through her station and she wasn't around when Sarah got framed under similar circumstances two seasons ago, she doesn't know what to think. Milo goes back to pouting until Morris announces that he's managed to technobabble where the signal is going to: an address about three blocks away, conveniently enough. Milo tells Morris to inform Buchanan, because he's got to go save Nadia from Doyle.
Doyle's got Nadia in an interrogation room, but she's not talking. Especially when he clamps one of his meathooks around her throat. He Kiefers that he'll do what he needs to do to get his answers, and then lets her breathe again. She gasps that she read his file, and knows what he did in Denver, accusing, "You enjoy hurting people. You get off on it." That makes Doyle totally different from Kiefer, of course. Doyle doesn't appreciate Nadia's attempt to change the subject, and when he roughly grabs a handful of her hair, Milo swoops in through the wide-open door and heroically tells Doyle to step off. Except he makes a big standoff out of it before informing Doyle that they have the drone pilot's location, and that it's nearby. Way to bury the lede. At 7:43:20, Doyle walks out, warning, "We're not through with her, Milo." Milo sort of coldly asks if Nadia's okay. She pants that she is, and proclaims her innocence to Milo. Instead of responding, he just sort of looks at her suspiciously. She tells him to leave. He does. She cries. It's sad. We care.
Kiefer sits on his bed in the CTU clinic, back in jeans and no shirt, but with his ribs all taped up so that it looks like he's wearing a white tube top. Sexay! He settles down for a quick read of Audrey's file. Not much to see on the inside front page but her mug shot and the word "DECEASED" stamped diagonally across the sheet. Flipping through, Kiefer sees photos of the accident scene, with Audrey's poorly-covered body nearby, and something about the way her watch looks like it was put on her wrist after her arm was covered in blood seems to draw his attention. There's also a reproduction of Audrey's charred passport. I'm calling it right now: in order to get Kiefer out, Wayne gave Audrey to the Chinese. I realize that this makes very little sense, which of course is the strongest possible argument in favor of my theory. When Kiefer looks up from the file to see armored CTU agents going down the hall on their way out, he knows he wants in on whatever's up. Even if they're just going for Thai. He eases himself off the bed and asks a passing agent what's up. Upon hearing that they're moving in on the drone pilot, Kiefer makes a determined face.