Chloe's up in her new office when Kiefer calls in, true to his word, and orders witness protection for Bazhaev's family, just like that. Presumably we can look forward to catching up with them on In Plain Sight, Wednesdays at 10 on USA. As for what he found out from Bazhaev himself, he passes on the news that the Russian government was behind everything. "He didn't have time to explain why they didn't want the peace accord to go through, but he did say something important." Namely the part about Dana. So of course he's on his way in to talk to her. He wouldn't be Kiefer if he wasn't.
On the main floor at 9:21:06, Chloe takes Cole aside to ask for his help keeping Kiefer reined in when he questions Dana. "Jack respects you," she explains. "You might be the only one who can deal with things if he gets out of hand." Well, Kiefer also respects Chloe herself, and Taylor, and...okay, a lot of dead people. Cole it is. Naturally, he agrees. Arlo watches them both walk away thoughtfully, probably wondering if he needs to scramble Cole's entire TAC team as well.
Returning to the U.N. garage in the back of the limo, Logan gloats, "It's good to be back in the game, even if it is through the rear entrance." Somehow Jason manages to keep his "that's what she said" to himself. Logan's already looking forward to publicly getting the credit for saving the peace process, like that's going to happen. He's already got an airport in Boston named after him, what more does he want? As the car stops and Jason answers a call on his cell, a Secret Service agent opens the door for Logan. The ex-prez gives him a smug grin, but the agent's dour (not to say contemptuous, except whoops, I just said it) expression doesn't change. After Jason gets off his phone, Logan brats, "Who is that agent? I want him reassigned." One successful meeting and he's already a diva again. Jason's more interested in passing on some urgent news he just got from "a contact" at the Justice Department regarding Jack Bauer. "Bauer?" Logan spits, probably thinking about their last meeting, and impatiently waves off the hovering agents to a distance where he and Jason can have some privacy. Jason says that Kiefer talked to Bazhaev, who knows all about Dana Walsh (as does Logan, somehow. There are people on the writing staff of this show who aren't as thoroughly informed as Charles Logan is). Now Jason has just learned that Kiefer's on his way to sweat Dana some more. "My sources tell me Walsh hasn't given up anything about Moscow's involvement...but she knows enough to bring everything down." Man, I can't wait to see who these "sources" are. It's been a while since this show had a character who was so completely omniscient. "We need to stop Bauer before he talks to her," Logan realizes. Jason brings up the whole Walker thing that might be part of Kiefer's motivation: "She was shot dead in Bauer's apartment less than an hour ago." I really want to get a look at what Jason is using for a Magic 8-Ball. He thinks Logan needs to come clean with Taylor before it's too late. Logan, stunned, says, "If she finds out what the Russians have done, she'll be furious I kept her out of it. She might back out of our deal!" Gosh, I though this was all for the good of the country, and the world. Stubbornly, Logan says, "Bauer torpedoed my presidency. Tried to ruin me. Almost did. There's no way I'm going to let that happen again." Okay, so stop being a weasel, then. See how that works out.