Synopsis by Josh Ralske
Brad Hammond (Randle Mell) arrives at CTU, and takes Tony (Carlos Bernard) into custody, charging him with treason. Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) has Saunders (Paul Blackthorne) in custody. Saunders tells him that the 11 other vials of the virus "are in the hands of true believers." He offers to call them off, if Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) will let him escape to North Africa. Jack has a different idea. He asks Jane Saunders (Alexandra Lydon) to try to convince her father to call off the attack. When her impassioned pleas fail to reach him, Jack brings Saunders to the Chandler Plaza Hotel, and threatens to send Jane inside, so she'll be infected with the virus. When Saunders sees that Jack's serious, he relents. He's taken back to CTU, where he helps them begin tracking down the vials, using GPS locator chips he's planted on each one. All the vials are accounted for except for the one in Los Angeles. When CTU finally gets a location on that vial, they realize that the terrorist who has it is on the subway. Palmer invites Sherry (Penny Johnson Jerald) to meet with him to discuss her blackmail scheme. In exchange for turning over the evidence of her involvement in Milliken's murder, she demands a prominent role in the president's administration...and in his life. Palmer is really just trying to keep Sherry busy while Wayne (D.B. Woodside) and Foxton (Mark Rolston) break into her house to look for the incriminating prescription bottle. Their efforts are slowed by, among other things, a desperate call to Wayne from Julia Milliken (Gina Torres), who seems on the edge of a breakdown, fearing she'll go to jail for Alan's murder.