At 11:30:13, Kayla Hassan is insisting on seeing her father. She seemed like such a simpering dishrag at first, but now that chick looks like she's got some steel in her. When she's allowed in, she says they need to talk about Tarin's arrest. Hassan weasels that Tarin is going to their embassy to "help clarify a few questions. Strictly routine." Kayla's not fooled, and reminds Hassan that Tarin would have died in a successful assassination attempt, being in the targeted car and all. But even that doesn't convince Hassan of Tarin's innocence. He says there are plenty of people willing to die for a cause. Including Hassan, a few hours ago, before all this went down and his elevator quit going to the top floor. He commends Kayla on her loyalty to her friend, and Kayla breaks the news that they're "in love, and have been for almost a year." Hassan is stunned: "You've been carrying on with this man behind my back?" he demands, as though he himself hadn't trusted his life to "this man." Kayla calls him on his bullshit, which she should given the whole Meredith Reed fiasco, and begs him not to let Farhad's betrayal turn him against everyone. With tears in his eyes, Hassan says, "I can't think of a better way to completely infiltrate my life and influence my judgment than getting close to my daughter." How flattering for her, really. Hassan forbids her to see him again, and says he needs to get back to work. "What's happening to you?" she asks, and leaves without an answer. But I think we can guess. Next hour, I assume we'll see Hassan discovering some suspicious calls on his own phone, whereupon he will order his own arrest and interrogation, which will continue until he either dies or confesses to himself.
Kiefer hasn't succeeded in getting that pipe loose yet, and Dmitri's about to wake up. Finally it breaks loose, and all the water in it must have already dripped out, because it comes down bone-dry. The racket rouses Dmitri fully, and Kiefer barely gets his hands unhooked from the pipe in time to deflect Dmitri's onrushing knife. Even with his hands and feet still tied, Kiefer is able to break Dmitri's arm, then wrap his legs around his neck and snap it. Then, with Dmitri's own knife, he cuts his bonds and relieves Dmitri's corpse of the gun Dmitri should have used in the first place. Seriously, why get in close with a guy who already subdued you while hanging from the ceiling? Kiefer also finds Dmitri's cell phone in a shirt pocket, but the battery is dead, so no joy. Kiefer realizes he's going to have to leave this room, so he sneaks out, Dmitri's gun leveled. People are talking out in the kitchen, but he stays out of sight, just able to overhear Bazhaev's informing his men that he plans to unload the rods to Farhad as soon as possible. Kiefer glances over, and spots the building's circuit box, which is in a highly convenient spot. Bazhaev is still barking orders as he and his men emerge into the dining room -- and find themselves plunged into total darkness. Well, that should slash the cost of filming the rest of this scene. But then the emergency lights come on a moment later, and a quick look outside (excuse me, through a crack in a heavy velvet curtain that I'm certain actually conceals a solid soundstage wall) verifies that they're the only building on the street without power. "It's Meier. Cover the exits," Bazhaev orders. He sends one of his men to check the fuse box. That's an enviable gig. The hapless goon assigned to this project takes a flashlight and checks all around. The coast appears clear, but as soon as he reaches for the main switch to turn it on again, Kiefer jumps down on him from somewhere, quietly kills him with Dmitri's knife, finds his cell phone, and dials. I hope he's calling the health board, because there's some nasty shit going on in this restaurant tonight.