"I work with a cover. Blend into the background. Let you appear vulnerable so the threat reveals itself, and then eliminate the threat."
With that out of the way, we also learn that the train goes 200 mph. That's apparently enough to convince Chair Guy to take the case.
Okay, here we are at the San Francisco Terminal of the Monterey Line. A voiceover establishes Chair Guy's cover identity for this job: he's Tony Graham, the personal Japanese translator for the woman. I'll call him Tony, I guess. In the terminal, she looks surprised to learn that he speaks Japanese. As they walk away, Tony brags about how he can recognize individual Japanese dialects. Frankly, it sounded to me like he learned his lines phonetically, but I'll let it slide. Then they get onto the train as Tony voiceovers (it is being told exclusively in voiceovers!) that she'll be in a confined space, and so will whoever's out to get her. Incidentally, McG is an Executive Producer of this show. That makes this the second McG joint I've recapped, since I did the first Charlie's Angels movie as an Ally McBeal Extra. That recap isn't up anymore, so you'll just have to take my word for it.
Okay! So now some guy with no name is giving a speech to a bunch of people we have no reason to care about. Well, his name's probably "MacNamara," since his father started the company, but he's still not interesting. Then some guy in a beard (I'm going to call him "Beardy"!) tells Tony about working for "her". Apparently everyone hates her. I assume it's because she doesn't have a name. Her husband does get named "James," which is a step in the right direction. Tony and the client chat about how much the train cost (eighty billion dollars, of which sixty-two billion came out of taxes) while Tony eyes people and tries to decide who the killer is. He calls Winston to tell him that she's got a lot of enemies and also that he swiped her phone so they can check her call records. Then Tony insists that Guerrero be brought in on this job. So now I've got a handful of characters with no names and a name with no character. Nice. Winston doesn't want to bring "that animal" in here, but Tony says that he's great at this sort of thing.