Synopsis by Josh Ralske
Phil (Vincent Angell) takes Teri (Leslie Hope) home, where Myovic (Henri Lubatti) is waiting. They set off the burglar alarm, and Teri doesn't know the code. Myovic watches as the police arrive to affirm Teri's identity and turn off the alarm. Palmer (Dennis Haysbert) calls Jack (Kiefer Sutherland) with the missing information from the Drazen file. It's an address in Saugus, in the middle of the sector where Alexis planned to have the power shut down. Jack, with Mason (Xander Berkeley) in tow, heads for Saugus. Kim (Elisha Cuthbert) accidentally lets Frank (Edoardo Ballerini) know that Dan isn't coming home, so Rick (Daniel Bess) tells Frank the whole story. Dan's dead and there's no money for the drug deal. Sherry (Penny Johnson Jerald) is very unhappy about Palmer's decision to reveal everything to the media. "You don't just decide to clear your conscience at the cost of what's best for this country," she tells him. On the way to Saugus, Jack tells Mason he feels better now because his family's safe, and Mason clams up. Teri still doesn't remember much, but she tells Phil she feels safe with him. Frank calls some heavily armed friends over to prepare for the arrival of the drug dealers. Phil also invites an armed friend over to help him protect Teri. Palmer gives his press conference, telling the media how his campaign contributors tried to exploit his family. Nina (Sarah Clarke) finds out the safe house was hit, and chastises Tony (Carlos Bernard) for keeping quiet about it. Nina tries to call Jack, but Mason intercepts the call. The dealers arrive and guns are drawn, but Frank learns he's made a big mistake. Just as Nina is starting to remember something, Myovic makes his move.