02:00 P.M. 03:00 P.M.
Marilyn fornisce a Jack un indizio che potrebbe aiutarlo nella ricerca di Gredenko, ma Philip è intenzionato a coprire le sue tracce. Mentre il Vice Presidente dice a Wayne di riconsiderare il suo discorso con Al Assad, Lennox ripensa alla proposta di Reed riguardo il destino del Presidente.
Questo episodio è parte di uno speciale doppio appuntamento.
Chloe: Morris... I realize you've been through a lot today, but you're really starting to piss me off.
Morris: Well, add that to my list of shortcomings. Why did you do that?
Chloe: I didn't want to.
Morris: Look, if you're gonna try and save a bloke, save someone who's worth it.
Chloe: I'm really glad Fayed didn't kill you this morning.
Jack: Yeah, me too.
Jack: I lost control. I tried to tell you I didn't think I could do this. This job. I wanted to kill my brother. I wanted him dead. I was standing over him...and I looked up and I saw my father in the doorway... and everything just stopped.
Jack: You cannot cover this up. I ordered Agent Burke to administer the hyocine-pentathol. I killed my brother. Whatever the consequences are, I accept them. Bill... do this right.
Assad: As someone who has alienated followers by choosing the unpopular course, I suggest you tread carefully among your people.
Wayne: Mr. Assad, our cultures are very different, sir.
Assad: It's not just a cultural issue, Mr. President. It's simple human nature. They will come after you. I assure you of that.
Daniels: There's a thin line between conviction and stubbornness. You can stand firm, but just know that... you're standing alone.
Assad: You are paying a very high price for doing this.
Wayne: Not as high as my country will pay if I'm wrong.
Phillip: Do the right thing, Marilyn. I already lost a son today. Don't make me lose a grandson.
Phillip: We've got to get to him before they do. If Gredenko implicates me, everything... the company I founded and spent my life protecting... it's over, you understand?