9:41:22. At the U.N., a British delegate is complaining to the one from Kamistan about what Hassan has been doing. Hassan's delegate is defending his boss, which is why it's kind of ironic when Hassan's security chief walks up and interrupts them so he can talk to the Kamistani delegate. Specifically, to arrest him, although he does it discreetly. The delegate wants to talk to Hassan, but the Security Chief says it's Hassan who gave the order, and repeats his request for the last time. The delegate draws himself up and agrees. The security chief orders the delegate taken to his car at 9:42:52, and says he'll be right there. The British delegate is left wondering what's wrong, and the security chief gives him some lame excuses. And then he goes off to call Hassan's daughter Kayla. He wants to talk to her about her father when he gets back from the embassy. Well, this should be so fascinating we won't even hear any more about it this hour.
At the clinic, the hostage doctor is showing Josef how to administer Oleg's anti-radiation drugs via injections directly into the IV bag. "Radiation poisoning is transferable through bodily fluids," he warns. Yikes, I hope he hasn't been peeing in that restaurant pantry. The Board of Health might have a thing or two to say about that. He's getting three weeks' worth of meds, and if it's working, the symptoms will start getting better in seven to ten days. Which right there tells us that Oleg is doomed. But Josef reassures Oleg that it's all in hand. There's another knock on the door, and Dr. Levine says it's the nurse with the meds. Josef takes up position with his gun and nods for the doc to open. But when the doctor does, it is so not a nurse that he gets shot dead by a guy with a gun. Before Josef can react, another gunman comes in through the room's other door, ordering, "Throw down your weapon, Josef." Josef is flanked, with two guns pointing at him from different directions. All he can do is obey, after a long, tense moment. The gunman asks who else knows. "Just the doctor," Josef says. They start pulling out Oleg's IV, saying, "your father sent us to bring you home." Yeah, Bazhaev must have realized something was wrong the minute Josef pleaded traffic. There's never traffic in the 24-verse. When Josef protests, Oleg says it's okay, and they clear out of there, passing two more corpses in the hallway while the speaking thug calls Bazhaev to say they found them, "At a clinic in Mount Vernon." He doesn't explain how he knew where to find them, so we'll just have to hope that Josef's phone doesn't have a trackable GPS that he was stupid enough to forget about. The gunman tells Bazhaev, "Nobody will know we were here." They'll just assume it was some bizarre murder-suicide pact, but the participants changed their minds at the last second? But Bazhaev is satisfied. "Now bring my sons to me."