Winston comes home to find Guerrero already there. That's apparently his superpower: already being places. That's pretty handy. Guerrero is looking through Mark Hoffer's hard drive, which he got by having the editor of the paper owe him for that time he stopped hassling him. Winston is angry at Guerrero for breaking in and tells him that as soon as this job is over, he's gone. Guerrero doesn't seem bothered by this, possibly because he knows he's in the opening credits. Winston takes a call from Tony, but Guerrero has deviously put it on speakerphone. Tony thinks MacNamara management might be involved, and Guerrero sets out to "pay them a visit". Winston mutters, "hate him."
The train roars through the countryside. It looks pretty fake.
Stephanie recaps the assassin's moves so far (Step One, poison drink. Step Two, pull an emergency brake cord. Step Three, pull all the emergency brake cords) and thinks that some technical gibberish means that the brakes will now explode if they're used again. And they'll have to be used when they have to slow down for a curve in a tunnel in less than twenty minutes! And just then! The bald guy appears in the doorway with a gun! Tony covers Stephanie and his shot in the back a couple of times! They fall to the ground with Tony on top of Stephanie! And the train enters the tunnel! Symbolism!
Tony rolls off Stephanie and shoots at the bald guy, who shoots back. Bang! Bang! You missed me! No ya didn't! Tony runs out and the bald guy chases him. Tony has a shot, but he's out of bullets! Now the bald guy has a shot, but he's out of bullets! Tony and Stephanie run! Bang! Bang! Tony and Stephanie take refuge after blocking the door to the next car. Stephanie is shocked to learn that Tony's wearing a bullet-proof vest, although that's mostly because she thinks it would have been a good idea to give her one of those. Tony wants her to use the intercom to tell people what's going on, but apparently it isn't hooked up yet. They look at the air duct above them. Seriously? An air duct?