9:31:52. Walking through the corridors of the U.N. with Dalia Hassan, at the head of a phalanx of agents, Taylor tells her that the delegates have unanimously accepted her as the IRK's representative. "I'm pleased," Dalia says, not exactly effusively, but what do you want from a woman who's been a widow for ninety minutes? She thanks Taylor, who reminds her that the IRK needs to accept her as well. Dalia says that she and Jamot have been working that and says it should be covered within the next hour. "Dalia, we might just make it yet," Taylor says. "We might," Dalia agrees. It's nice to see these two female heads of state doing what needs to be done to put an end to war. Just imagine the bumper stickers that will come of this. Of course this is when Ethan comes up to tell Taylor that Logan urgently wants to talk to her alone and is waiting in her office.
It's 9:32:56 as we see Logan staring slack-jawed at the news monitor in Taylor's office, which is starting to break the news of Dalia's ascension. There's even footage of street demonstrations already going on in the IRK in her support. I don't care what time it is in Kamistan, that's some rapidly organized demonstrating, right there. Logan quickly mutes the TV as Taylor enters with her usual retinue. He thanks her for seeing him, and asks everyone to clear out, until there's no one left but himself, Taylor, and Ethan, the latter of whom asks, "What's this about, Charles?" Logan starts to spin some story about Kiefer being "out of control." This is when Taylor finds out that Walker's dead, and she takes it pretty hard. Logan's more immediate point is to stop Kiefer, and when she asks why, he says, "You're going to trust me. What we need to do right now is lock Bauer down." Because we should all trust Logan, especially when it comes to Kiefer.