Niteowl alerts Pileggi to the missing window. He has her send guards up with orders not to hurt Martin. Gunfire ensues [Way to not put Martin's life in danger, guys. - Zach], with Christopher taking out the bad guys. He also takes out the camera in the room. The parachute they were going to use is shot up, so they're going to have to use another plan: the stairs. Martin says that the building is like a mousetrap, but Christopher tells him to chill.
From outside, Guerrero and Winston finds a note that Christopher sent out the window with the gimp chute. It briefly tells of the Burma situation and the change of plans. Pileggi looks at footage of Christopher's break-in and notes that he purposefully avoided having his face on camera. Niteowl takes a frame of his reflection in the window and says she'll work to clarify it.
Cameras are being knocked out on floors that are under construction, and Pileggi has a phone call with one Vivian Cox. He tells her of the situation and says that Martin is as big a problem as Kozinski was. She says that Martin is smarter than that and will come around. He's too important to lose. Pileggi orders the building to be evacuated.
Christopher says that they need to find an off-switch for the security system, which Martin scoffs at, until he realizes there may be such a switch. Martin says that, if he can hotwire his weapon, they might be able to blow out the security system. Winston tells Guerrero that they may need to pull an "Aunt Linda" which is calling in the cavalry. Guerrero says that a cavalry call is an "Uncle Dan." And, if there's inclement weather it's a "Boston Cooler." Winston says that they need to make this a matter of national security so that the feds will get involved.
Christopher and Martin are hiding from the heat sensors, and Niteowl tells Pileggi that it appears they're gone, but they're actually climbing through the crawlspace of the duct work. Pileggi figures out that Chris and Marty are in the duct work, because it's insulated, thus shielding them from the sensors. He orders some vent to be opened, which causes the duct work to collapse under Christopher. He barely stops himself from falling the height of building. He convinces Martin to jump to him over the giant gap and he almost doesn't make it. Just tension to keep us glued to the commercials!