Lurking in the bank's outer lobby, Kiefer feels pretty exposed, especially when one bank customer looks at him a little too long on her way out. He refrains from killing her on the spot, ducking into a side hallway instead.
Meanwhile, in the back, Cole's banker buddy is leaving him and Dana alone in a meeting room. Cole plops her into a chair, and wonders why she seems to find this amusing. Shrugging, she says this wasn't how this was supposed to happen, and says he deserves to hear the truth. Cole says it's a little late for that, if she's even capable of it. Ouch, I bet that hurt her almost as much as the waterboarding (not). Dana says he doesn't have to believe her, and tells her story. "I was a kid. A kid with five years of prison behind me and no future to speak of. A guy came to see me, a Russian. Said that he could give me a fresh start. I had absolutely no idea what I was getting myself into." She probably just thought he wanted her to write some essays on Dostoevsky for him. She claims that she's been trying to dig herself out ever since she met Cole. "You're right, I don't believe you," Cole says. Can't fool him. Dana says that's why she created this evidence in the first place: to use as leverage so the Russians would leave them alone. Yeah, that would have worked. Disgustedly, Cole says, "There is no us, Dana. There never was. It was a lie from the beginning." Dana is pretty convincing when she says she loved Cole, but then she was really convincing about a lot of stuff, for a long time.
There's a knock on the door, and there's the banker with her safe deposit box. He sets it on the table and leaves them to it, and Dana thanks him like this is no thing. She reaches for the box, but Cole isn't about to let her open it. Good thing, too, because when he lifts the lid himself, he discovers that among the other stuff in there is a silenced handgun. Cole picks it up and says, "You never give up, do you?" He doesn't know the half of it, because while he's standing there thinking he outsmarted her, a beeping noise comes from inside the box. As stupid Cole looks inside and Dana turns away, a little flash goes off. Dana shoulder-checks a blinded Cole into the wall, which is apparently enough to make him go nighty-night. People are really easy to render unconscious this hour, have you noticed that? She takes the gun from his hand, and when the banker buddy pops in to make sure they're all right, she shoots him twice. Looks like Cole will be skipping the next reunion. Committed to customer service to the very end, thought, the banker has the consideration to fall into the room, so Dana can easily close the door. Then she pulls out the stuff she needs from the safe deposit box: the computer file, which is in the form of a chip encased in Lucite that goes in her back pocket; a passport; and a small brick of Benjamins, both of which she sticks into the back of her pants. Lucky the mini-bomb doesn't seem to have damaged any of it. She picks up the gun, gives Cole a long look and a gentle touch, and totally doesn't kill him. Then she picks up the phone to call 911. She tells the operator where she is and says there's a guy in the lobby she recognizes from the news. "I think he has a gun. Oh my God, he's looking in my direction!" she simpers in fake panic, then hangs up and drops the act like a hot potato. She leaves the room at 11:46:53, once again failing to kill Cole. So maybe she likes him after all. Or else that's what she wants him to think.