Taylor has to go out and face Dalia and Kayla. She takes their hands and says, "We were too late. We weren't able to save him." Now, I actually do feel sad and all, but let's just go over Samir's plan, as I understand it. There are two possibilities. The first is that he planned all along to use Farhad Hassan to help him kill President Hassan and acquire the nuclear rods. Then he was going to use the nuclear rods to build a dirty bomb to force Taylor to hand Hassan over so he could kill him again?
Dude really had a hard-on for his president. The other possibility, of course, is that Samir conceived and executed his entire, complicated, multi-party plan on the fly, literally overnight. Which would make him the most gifted project manager on earth who, frankly, deserved the win. Of course he can't tell us anything now, being dead and all, but we still have six hours to learn an awful lot from Dana. And that's the most evil part of Samir's plan, whichever one it was: it's making me want to see more Dana.
Dalia and Kayla cry. It's 8:00:00, not that you'd know that if you were only listening and not watching, because Hassan got himself a silent clock. Wherever Tony is right now, I bet that just makes him madder.
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