Dana comes out into the same surface parking lot where she met Kevin earlier, and Kevin gets out of the van so they can step around behind it and whisper with their faces really close. She gives him the phone, which she says has the address and schematic of the evidence lockup. She also gives him the keycard, and tells him to look for evidence bin 4301. She also gives him a comm earpiece so she can give him instructions as they go. And then she gives him a big window cling to stick on the vault's door that reads, "THIS INSIDE JOB WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY Dana Walsh AT CTU." Does she really think none of this is going to be traceable back to her, especially given how quickly she's pulling this together? No way is she spending any time at all covering her tracks. She repeats the deal they have: she helps him with this and he never calls her again. "Sure. Jenny, that's the deal," he says. She seems satisfied with this, even though he's about as convincing as a dentist who says, "This won't hurt." I think Dana's only hope here is that she's secretly sending him into a trap, where live, heavily armed guards will shoot him and Nick in both the face and the phone records. He says he'll call her when they get there. Meanwhile, Nick is watching this in the van's mirror all creepily, but that isn't Dana's biggest problem; someone even creepier is watching even more creepily. That would be Arlo, who is at his desk playing back the security cam footage of what just happened in the parking lot, showing Dana and Kevin behind the van, talking very closely. No way does this look good.
Walker opens the shower curtain, wraps a towel around herself, and steps out. Good thing she did it in that order, because Vladimir is standing there in the open doorway. Didn't she lock that? "Be out in a minute," she mutters, trying to dismiss him. He says he can't wait that long, even for her to get dressed. "Why waste the energy? I'll just have to get you undressed all over again." How many drinks did he have while she was in there, anyway? Walker again repeats that this isn't what she's here for. Kiefer is hearing all this as he drives to the meeting, now with a white dress shirt on under his leather jacket. So Walker showered with her earpiece in? That doesn't seem wise. Of course it wouldn't be good for Vladimir to see it sitting out on the sink, either. Vladimir continues being creepy, ordering her to come to him. When she doesn't, he drains the glass he's holding and then hurls it against the wall. Well now, how is she supposed to come to him, barefoot in a room with broken glass on the floor? She'll be stranded there for the rest of the season, unless Vladimir owns a broom. But he says if she doesn't come to him, the deal's off. Still damp and wearing only the towel, she goes. He gets all in her space, kissing and touching her, while her eyes go even more horrified and haunted than usual. "I'll take that drink now," she finally says. And some ether, if he's got it. Vladimir agrees to wait for her outside, and she again hears Kiefer in her ear, saying, "You don't have to do this. We have a team standing by. We can get you out of there now." Walker says she has to, even as Kiefer begs her not to go through with it. She sheds one tear and then shuts down. "I'm going dark," she says. Which I think actually happened about an hour and a half ago. Then she removes the earpiece from her ear -- with Kiefer still talking helplessly into it -- and washes it down the sink. She leaves the bathroom at 9:37:02.