Bazhaev goes and finds Farhad waiting in a back room. They confirm that the money is being wired and Farhad will have the rods in five hours. "I'll help you pass the time," Bazhaev offers, and calls out, "Irina, Svetlana, davai, davai." Out come a couple of Russian prostitutes. Now that's customer service. Bazhaev asks Farhad which one he prefers, and since Farhad doesn't care (both of them look to have about an equal number of miles on them), Bazhaev leaves both of them for Farhad to play with. Farhad certainly drives a hard bargain. And that won't be the only hard thing he'll be driving.
Back at the auto shop, Walker is struggling to tie a tourniquet around Ziya's arm. And although I'd thought she'd taken his whole hand off, the only part that looks to be missing is the thumb. I guess that'll teach me to not look closely at horrible power-tool-inflicted mutilations in the future. But how much would it suck for Ziya if she hadn't cut off quite enough to clear the bracelet? "Sorry, just have to take off another half-inch here." BZZZZT! "Oh, so close! Hang on a second..." Kiefer comes up with something to cauterize the wound, and he pours it over the raw, bloody flesh that we really didn't need a close-up of. That done, he whips out his cell phone to call Hastings, because he still thinks this needs to be shut down. Walker protests that this was the only move they had and insists that Ziya will still cooperate. "How do you figure?" Kiefer snits sarcastically. Renee explains, "The only thing Ziya likes more than 13-year-old girls is money. He'd have butchered himself for a score like this." That's nice. It's good how whenever our heroes mutilate someone to get undercover, that person is also a sex offender in addition to whatever else they're into. Kiefer insists that Hastings needs to know that Walker is "unstable." Whoa, the last thing you want to call an unstable person is unstable. He steps off, and in a more conciliatory tone, says that he gets it after all she's been through. She claims she came out on the other side, which is a bold statement for someone who just permanently destroyed half of a guy's hitchhiking equipment. Kiefer agrees with me, but she insists that she's the only one who can get the uranium. Her voice cold but her eyes wet, she asks if he's making the phone call. As Ziya begins to stir, he gives in and tells her to keep at it. "And don't forget, I'm listening." Thanks for the tip, Frasier.