There's a private jet idling on a runway at 1:51:22, and Hassan's soon-to-be-ex-wife Dalia is on it. She answers her cell phone, even though she tells Hassan not to try to change her mind about leaving. Or, as she pronounces it, "leavink." He says he's not calling about that, but about Kayla, and the possible danger she's in. "She's run away. With Tarin. They've been seeing each other." Dalia already knew that. Hassan asks her how long she's known, but she correctly says that's a little beside the point right now. Hassan tells her that Farhad is dead, the terrorists have the rods, and they're planning to use them in Manhattan. He doesn't have time to tell her the whole story; he just wants her to call Kayla, because he figures she's more likely to answer a call from her mom than from him. "She's angry at me," Hassan explains. "I had Tarin arrested. I thought he was part of the conspiracy." Wait, "thought"? What changed his mind? Tarin's escape? Which he clearly had inside help with? Maybe just the fact that he didn't kill Nabeel is enough for Hassan to snap out of his five-hour fit of paranoia. Dalia agrees to help, but wonders about Hassan. "Don't worry about me. Just help me find our daughter," he says. Dalia agrees. Aw, you think they'll get back together?
Owen is still leading Marcos through what must be a very big hospital. Either that, or he's pulling a Janis and pretending not to know where Farhad's room is. They get on an elevator while Marcos stares creepily at the side of Owen's head. Meanwhile, Kiefer is leading a small army of CTU agents up the stairwell while Chloe tells him she's identified the detonator, but she'll need to see the vest before she can figure out how to jam its signal. "Copy that," Kiefer says, and switches channels so Owen can hear him in his ear. Kiefer instructs Owen to get Marcos in front of a surveillance camera and make him show off his vest. Not asking much of this kid, is he? While Kiefer and his men take position out of sight in a side hallway -- and hope some geezer doesn't come wandering out with his IV stand squeaking away -- Marcos and Owen come through a third-floor door at 1:54:12. Owen spots a camera overhead, and stops where he is. He tells Marcos he wants to see proof that he has a bomb, pretending not to believe him. Marcos threatens to hit the detonator, but Owen's got his feet planted. "You want Farhad, you show me." There's a long moment while I try to identify the emotion I'm experiencing while watching this. I think it's actually suspense!