Samir gets a call from Ali, who is set up in a hiding spot right across the street from the hospital, able to watch the milling CTU agents through binoculars. He's also got a tech guy with him who has helped him tap into the hospital's surveillance systems, so they can also see Marcos, and the glowing LED in his vest indicating his one of four completed circuits. Samir in turn tells Ali, "Soon we'll be able to transport the rods into Manhattan." Ali asks whether the radiation sensors are down. "Not yet," Samir says ominously. "Call me when Marcos is dead." Which is also pretty ominous. It's 2:08:52. What an ominous time!
Funny how I've stopped fast-forwarding past Fringe promos.