It's 10:46:20. Out on the road, Kiefer takes his mask off. VVH finally voices the question that's been on his mind: "Who are you?" Kiefer asks what he means. "You don't seem like the kid of guy that needs to rob a Provisions + Petrol." Kiefer thinks fast and tells VVH the store was a cash drop and there was supposed to be $18,000 in the safe. When VVH asks how Kiefer knows that, Kiefer says, "We're done sharing." He then reminds VVH that he has his driver's license, so if he talks to the police it won't be hard to find him. "I won't tell them a thing," VVH says, probably sincerely. Now that they're sufficiently in the middle of nowhere, Kiefer orders VVH to pull over, which he does. Nice use of turn signal there. Kiefer kicks VVH out of his own car and tells him to start running. Kiefer takes the wheel and leaves VVH in the dust. He dials Potato Face, who has already spotted VVH on the satellite, and tells her to download VVH's position to his PDA. I bet a lot more people would buy cell phone PDAs if they knew they were compatible with Defense Department surveillance satellites. It's 10:48:12.
10:52:24. Potato Face heads back to her desk, Kiefer's head fills his section of the screen, and VVH heads back to town. Special Agent Breck tells Driscoll that she's got a phone call from her neighbor about her daughter. Ooh, this could be awkward. And indeed, Driscoll's neighbor is calling from his home on the set of a life insurance commercial to report that there's been an incident: specifically, that DrisKid cam into his backyard and started screaming at his son. "Again." I have to say, the kid, who's about five or six, looks like he's pretending to be more upset than he is. The neighbor further says that DrisKid went back home, and that he's called the police. Driscoll apologizes profusely. Whatever. That kid probably stole DrisKid's meds in the first place. After Driscoll hangs up, Special Agent Breck asks if everything is all right and whether there's anything she can do. As a matter of fact, there is. Driscoll asks her use CTU's authority to cancel the call to LAPD. Special Agent Breck throws up a couple of procedural objections until Driscoll appeals to her powerful suck-up sense: "I'm asking you to do something. Should I ask someone else?" Special Agent Breck folds like an origami railroad bridge. Driscoll tells her to send a CTU team with a medic and a field agent to bring DrisKid into CTU's clinic. I hope this isn't an attempt to make Driscoll a more sympathetic character, because I can think of better ways to go about it than giving her a mentally ill daughter she neglects, and then uses CTU resources during a crisis to get her out of trouble. Think she'll mention this to the President?