Volkoff comes up to the table and talks in a cool Russian accent. He feels like one of them has to be Raven, since they were found with the murder weapon and the dead guy. He's actually being pretty reasonable, since it's not like he can just let them go in this situation.
At the base, Aaron goes into seizures. Exciting poundy music! His heart has stopped! Guerrero has been reading the manual for the defibrillator, which doesn't inspire confidence in Winston. That's the second time we've had a manual-reading gag. I like that. Guerrero explains that he's had experience "putting people in this situation, not getting them out". Eventually, Guerrero's going to have to do something awesome, because the constant hints that he could, but he doesn't want to right now are getting wearying. Anyway, they get Aaron's heart started again. Whew!
Chance tells Volkoff that neither of them has gunpowder residue and that the real Raven is presumably still on the grounds and would jump if everyone had their hands checked. Volkoff doesn't go for it. Chance rats Emma out in Russian, but of course she speaks Russian as well and she doesn't like having her cover blown by some dude she just met who won't even tell her his name. Chance explains to Volkoff hat he's a friend of Raven's last victim, and that he's also been poisoned. Volkoff is told that Blanchard (the State Department liaison from when Chance got inside) demands access. Chance wonders how the State Department guy knows they're there. Emma says they're not spies, and Mr. Blanchard says they are. Then Blanchard steals a gun and starts shooting Russians. He's Raven! Bang! Bang! Bang!
Chance disconnects himself and Emma from the table, but they're still handcuffed together. The two of them fight Blanchard while handcuffed together! They end up on the floor, and Blanchard prepares to shoot them. Then Volkoff shoots Blanchard just before dying. So now he's cuffed to an FBI agent in a room full of dead Russians and a double agent from the State Department. Chance shrugs, because this sort of thing is what passes for normal in his life.
As I said, all three of the guards are dead, so Chance and Emma have to rummage through their pockets for the keys. Because these handcuffs are unpickable for some reason, even though the thing holding them to the table was easily picked with an earring. They find a hotel key on Blanchard, and relay the information to Winston and Guerrero so they can go investigate. Winston tells Chance they'll pick him up at the west gate of the embassy. There's also an enormous security computer with massive video screens showing everything they're doing (there are cameras inside the security room, but not outside in the garden where Shukoff got shot?), which means that they'll have a recording of Chance's face. We can't have that, obviously, so Chance throws a bottle of vodka (which he found in a file cabinet) into the computer and lights it with a lighter. Classy. Also probably not all that effective in terms of destroying all the evidence. Emma is angry that she won't be able to prove that any of this happened. I agree that it doesn't sound that plausible. Chance and Emma sneak out of the security room and are immediately set upon by a swarm of security dudes on motorcycles. They knock the first one down and steal his ride.