Cole gets Chloe's voice mail, and reluctantly makes a decision: he grabs a walkie-talkie and tells Agent Burke to have everyone move in on the Hart building, 22nd floor. "I have intel on a possible sniper." Burke asks if Cole knows who, and Cole tells him it's Jack Bauer. Burke verifies that the lethal force order is still in effect, and Cole confirms it. Agents swarm toward the front entrance like it's the last reel of The Blues Brothers.
At 3:05:02, Suvarov and two guards walk through a U.N. hallway towards Logan's office. Meanwhile, Chloe is still trying to talk sense into Kiefer. "Killing Pavel and Novakovich was one thing, but killing Suvarov? The Russians will consider an assassination of their president on American soil an act of war." Kiefer says Suvarov started it, which might work on the schoolyard, but -- okay, actually that doesn't even work on the schoolyard. "You're provoking a war with a nuclear armed country," she points out, and he snaps at her to shut up. "Or what? You're gonna kill me, too?" Kiefer actually looks away from his scope for a second (either he's feeling bad or he's actually considering it) before saying, "They brought this on themselves." Chloe brings up all the collateral damage and innocent lives. Oh, yes, the "innocent lives" Kiefer has done so many horrible things to protect. She might actually have hit on something there. While Kiefer watches, Logan's assistant comes in, and seeing him sitting weirdly at the desk, just tells him Suvarov is outside. Logan takes his time telling her to send him in, and gets up from the desk.
"You're going to start a war because you lost someone?" Chloe says. Kiefer says it's not about him, which, sure it isn't. She plays her trump: "Renee wouldn't want you to do this." He again tells her to shut up, but she still won't. "The last thing Renee would want is for you to start a war in her name." Really? I don't know, suddenly the War of Renee Walker seems like a really romantic gesture. At least by Twilight standards. By now, Suvarov is entering Logan's office, and Kiefer has his big square head in the crosshairs, but Chloe is still begging him, "Don't dishonor her memory like this." Kiefer starts getting emotional. In Logan's office, the ex-prez is now standing and facing Suvarov, who's looking at him expectantly. Kiefer finally lowers the gun and tells Chloe they'll do it her way, but he needs her to promise to see it through, "because there's no way I'm getting out of this building alive." Not with that attitude, Sunshine. He makes her promise that she'll do what he says. I wonder if he said that to Walker before they went into the bedroom.