Naturally, Katherine is kind of upset to see her husband's wedding ring and bathrobe (why return it at all? Did they think she'd rather use some heavy-duty stain remover on it instead of buying a new bathrobe?), although I don't know why she felt the need to actually remove the bathrobe from the bag. People have to eat off of that dining table, Katherine. The third item in the box is Tom's cell phone. Apparently, Nassau County PD refrained from sending the bullet they took out of Tom's head back to his widow. How kind of them. Katherine turns the phone on, and sees that there are two new messages, which she, of course, listens to. The first is from her, saying that "the grandkids" are coming over tomorrow (AH HA! I guess those two children were her grandchildren after all. And now the only mystery I cared about on this show has been solved for me) and asking if he wants anything from the grocery store. Um, what? Billionaires don't go to the grocery store. I know some millionaires who don't go to the grocery store. The second message is from Wheeler: "Tom, it's James. If you keep this up, you know what's gonna happen," he says. Katherine finds this so significant that she replays it for us like fifty times.
Miles goes over all known information about their target, Khateb, which isn't very much. They can "directly link" him to a bunch of bombings in Australia, which I was not aware was a big terrorist target, and the informant says Khateb will be at a "safehouse" Thursday morning, which is their opportunity to take him out. Tanya says this sounds pretty simple to her: Khateb is a "bad guy." Grant testily replies that they'll have to build a more solid foundation than that, and Miles condescendingly explains that the missile they want to fire at Khateb's safehouse will take out an entire block along with the bad guy. Grant says he will agree that Khateb is a "legitimate target" (a.k.a. "bad guy"), pointing out a picture of a pile of dead children that are presumably victims of one of Khateb's plots. Miles says that's all well and good, but it doesn't prove that Khateb is actively engaged in planning an attack against the United States, which they need evidence of in order to justify an assassination. I think they should just give all this stuff over to Australia and let them deal with it. Tanya says Khateb is an "Al-Qaeda rock star," and thus his death would send a message to his followers. Miles doesn't think that's enough. At this point, Maggie walks in and asks if anyone needs anything, because they need to justify her character's existence and the paycheck for the actress who portrays her by giving her something to do. Miles asks her to get them lunch.