Vice President Jarvis enters his office a little sadly because he only has one photo op scheduled for the day. This, of course, is different from every other Vice President, who's constantly in a whirl of incredibly important activity. As soon as Jarvis is alone in his office, his mobile phone rings. It's Sophia, who apparently has a magical ability to know when someone's alone. She tells him not to try tracing the call, and he takes her word for it for some reason. And even though both of their phones have recently been the subject of high-level NSA scrutiny, it's perfectly safe for them to talk. Jarvis is outraged that Sophia killed innocent Americans, but she insists that it's all Martinez's fault for escalating the conflict. I think she's killed more people than he has, if you count all the soldiers that got crushed by that building that one time. Martinez killed about eighty people on those busses, but when Thomas killed 40 of his own people in Inostranka, she didn't seem to mind. Anyway, she eventually gets around to suggesting that she meet with him so they can work together and make him president. He appears to be considering it. He's probably thinking, "That'll show Martinez for being mean to me just because I authorized an assassination attempt on him."
Enough of this US-centric storyline. Off we go to France, where Sean is climbing over a wall. Then he creeps through some trees. This appears to be a standard one-man assault on a heavily defended chateau. But it's less exciting than you might think, because when Sean peeps out from the trees, he sees a bunch of cars leaving through the gate. He runs around to the other side of the chateau and sees some smoke. He gets inside and shouts for Vicky as he looks around. The place doesn't seem to be burning too much yet, and the smoke is coming from the end of the hallway he's in. So he goes down there to check it out and finds himself in the room where we saw that goon setting a fire last episode. The fire looks exactly like it did when the scene ended last time, so I think the goon must have just ducked out the window or something. Vicky's in here, but she's unconscious and handcuffed to something. Sean shoots the handcuffs off (that seems safe!) and carries her out the French doors. He could just as well have carried her into that hallway we just saw, because it was clearly not on fire. Once they're outside, we can see that various parts of the chateau are on fire. He lays her down on the grass and administers CPR. She recovers, of course.