The following takes place between 7:00 A.M. and 8:00 A.M.
Woman: Help me. I canít move. I canít move. Oh, my God.
Chloe: Sarah, save what youíre doing and log out. I need you on something now.
Sarah: What is it?
Chloe: I just heard from one of our sources. Thereís a high probability that someone from our FBI watch list was spotted in Los Angeles yesterday.
Sarah: Tomas Sherak. Who is he?
Chloe: Heís done work with several terrorist cells outside Istanbul. Suspected of coordinating several suicide bombers last summer.
Sarah: Istanbul? There was some chatter this morning about a possible attack by a group out of Turkey. Here it is, from Ankara.
Chloe: What was the target?
Sarah: East coast. New York or D.C. But the time window passed.
Sarah: The targeted time is for 8:00 A.M. Itís already past 10 on the east coast.
Chloe: What if they got the target wrong and itís west coast time?
Sarah: Iíd say itíll go down within the hour.
Chloe: Tell Curtis. Iíll take this to Driscoll.
Sarah: I can take it to her.
Sarah: I thought you wanted to keep working it up.
Chloe: You know, youíre really transparent, Sarah. Stop trying to be Driscollís pet. She doesnít like it.
Driscoll: Have you had voice confirmation from anyone on the train?
Guy: No. The signalís just confirmed the bomb. Weíre trying to get in contact now. Itís in a remote area but local police are heading to the scene.
Driscoll: All right. We have discretionary authority out at Point Mugu. Have them direct one of their patrol aircraft over the area. Put the pilot in contact with our people.
Guy: Should we monitor emergency services?
Driscoll: No. County will cover that. A truck loaded with C4 just reeled a train in Santa Clarita. Free up some of your people. Divisionís gonna send over data.
Chloe: That could be related to what we just found downstairs.
Driscoll: Whatíd you find?
Chloe: Two things. First, there was intelligence indicating the possibility of an attack at eight Oíclock this morning.
Driscoll: The bombing was at 7:00. Thatís in an hour of your Intel. Whatís the second thing?
Chloe: A Turkish national on the FBI watch list by the name of Tomas Sherak was last seen in the city. He could be related to the bombing.
Driscoll: OK. Open up channels with Division, start investigating this bombing. And work up what you have on Sherak. Weíll brief you in a few minutes.
Chloe: What about the Defense Department meeting thatís in a half hour?
Driscoll: Whoís Secretary Heller sending?
Chloe: Jack Bauer.
Driscoll: Jack? Are you sure?
Chloe: Yeah, he hasnít been backÖ well, since you fired him.
Audrey: Is it gonna be uncomfortable?
Audrey: Going back to CTU. Seeing Driscoll again.
Jack: I donít blame her for her decision.
Audrey: How can that be? She forced you out of CTU.
Jack: She didnít want an ex-junkie on her staff. Itís not unreasonable.
Audrey: You werenít a junkie. You were doing your job.
Jack: I was addicted to heroin. It didnít matter why.
Audrey: Do you miss your old job?
Jack: I could have joined other agencies if I still wanted to do field work. But I didnít. I wanted something different from my life. It might not seem like a lot to you, but for me, to be able to have this kind of a connection with somebodyÖ I couldnít do that before.
Audrey: Iím glad you can now. We better go.
Audrey: Secretary Hellerís gonna be at the lobby in five minutes.
Jack: Secretary Heller?
Audrey: Yeah. I called him ĎDadí once in a press conference, so I decided then and there to use his title all the time.
Jack: Audrey. Your fatherís a very perceptive man. I would like to tell him about us before he finds out on his own.
Audrey: Look, my dad is kinda old fashioned. Even though Paul and I are separated, heÖ he still considers us married.
Jack: I understand that. And I donít want your father to draw the wrong conclusion and think that I had anything to do with the breakup between you and Paul.
Audrey: Yeah, but you didnít. Please, Jack. Letís just give it a little more time. Iím gonna tell you something. I donít want you to panic. Iím falling in love with you. Look, I donít want you to say anything. And I donít need you to feel the same way. I just wanted you to know.
Jack: I will see you downstairs.
Curtis: All right. This is what we have: a known terrorist named Tomas Sherak. Made assurance into the country undetected. We believe thereís a likelihood Sherak helped organized a train attack in Santa Clarita. If he did, heís gonna get out of the country as fast as he can.
Driscoll: Which means we have a small window of opportunity here. Whoís covering airports and costumes?
Edgar: I am. I missioned a mandate to LAX, Long Beach and Ontario.
Chloe: As usual, Edgar, we canít hear you. Also, whereís your laptop in case you need to pull data?
Edgar: Iím sorry, Iíll speak up. And I donít need my laptop. I have everything memorized. What I was saying is that Iíve contacted all the airports and added extra layers of security.
Driscoll: Do we have any local contacts for Sherak?
Sarah: Weíre looking into those now.
Driscoll: All right. Promote everything we receive up to Division. Letís find Sherak before he leaves the city. Letís go.
Chloe: Excuse me Ms. Driscoll; donít you think itís a mistake to assume that Sherak is on his way out of Los Angeles?
Chloe: But the timing and the Intel doesnít quite match. It said 8:00 A.M. and the train bombing happened around 7:00.
Driscoll: Just focus on finding Sherak.
Sherak: Itís Tomas.
Navi: Did Dar get the briefcase?
Sherak: Yes. Heís on his way to you now.
Navi: Good. You did well, Tomas.
Sherak: What about Maurice?
Navi: Heís waiting for you. He has everything you need.
Dina: Behrooz, are you eating with us?
Behrooz: Iíll be right down, Mom.
Navi: Iím concerned about him.
Dina: Concerned? Why?
Navi: I think heís still seeing this American girl, Debbie.
Dina: You said youíd talk to him.
Navi: I did. I told him he was no longer allowed to have contact with her.
Dina: And he agreed, right?
Navi: Yes. But I think heís still seeing her behind our backs.
Dina: Iíll speak to him.
Navi: No. Iíll take care of it.
Dina: Behrooz, weíre seating down to eat. Behrooz?
Behrooz: Iím on the phone!
Dina: Get off and come down now.
Navi: Who is he talking to?
Dina: I donít know.
Navi: Who were you on the phone with?
Behrooz: My friend Scott.
Navi: You were talking to that American girl.
Behrooz: No, I told you. I donít see her anymore.
Navi: Donít lie to me, Behrooz! I hear your phone calls at night. I read your e-mails.
Behrooz: You read my e-mails? Thatís my business!
Dina: Donít you raise your voice to your father.
Navi: While you live under my roof, there is no such thing as your business. No more communications with that girl, do you understand me? Donít look at her, youíre talking to me.
Behrooz: Yes, Sir.
News reporter on TV: Öwhere a horrible tragedy struck just a short time ago. An early morning commuter train collided with a pickup truck that was apparently crossing the tracks. Reports are coming in that most of the passengers were severely injured. Casualty estimates is high as 30. NTSP agents have arrived on the scene and are investigating the cause. At this time the authorities are not saying whether this was an accident or a targeted attack. But as you can see, there has beenÖ
Navi: So far, everything is on schedule.
Dina: Have you spoken to Tomas?
Navi: Yes. The briefcase is on its way to us now. When he gets here, youíll take it to the warehouse.
Behrooz: Why doesnít Dar take it there directly?
Navi: He doesnít need to know where our people are working. Thatís the safest way.
Dina: Behrooz, if your father seems severe, itís because our job here is a difficult one. If we are to succeed, itís important that we are of a single mind.
Behrooz: I understand.
Navi: What we will accomplish today will change the world. Weíre fortunate that our family has been chosen to do this. We cannot fail.
Behrooz: Yes, father.
Melanie: Good morning, Jennifer. What are you doing here so early?
Andrew: Iím not here early.
Melanie: Youíve been here all night?
Melanie: What are you working on?
Andrew: Nothing right now. Iím just stealing some software from a domain in Microsoft.
Melanie: Youíre gonna get caught one of these days.
Andrew: Hey, Melanie. Donít tell anybody, or Iíll have to kill you. What the hell is this? Whoa. Melanie, come look at this.
Melanie: Looks like someoneís trying to corrupt the internet.
Andrew: Yeah. But it hasnít started propagating yet. Theyíre just placing the nodes. Look at this. This thing can take every system in the world.
Melanie: Youíve gotta tell somebody.
Andrew: If I call the Feds from here theyíll trace the call. Theyíll know I was stealing code.
Melanie: Do it from a payphone.
Heller: No, Iím up to speed on the train bombing. How many confirmed dead?
Heller: I didnít know that.
Al: Call Carl.
Heller: I will. Thanks, Al. 32 dead.
Jack: Whatís the initial assessment?
Heller: An act of terrorism. When you get to CTU, I want you to find out all the details and call me.
Jack: Yes, Sir.
Heller: And listen, I donít want anyone except the two of you to know about this meeting with Richard.
Audrey: Of course.
Heller: I tried to get a hold of you last night. Where were you?
Audrey: I had dinner with a friend.
Heller: Oh. Anyone I know?
Jack: Sir. Iíll call you when I get to CTU.
Edgar: Yeah. Iíll get her. Hold on.
Edgar: Chloe, itís Edgar Stiles.
Chloe: Edgar, you donít need to use your last name, youíve been here over a month. What is it?
Edgar: OK, uhÖ I got someone on the line who says heís a friend of yours and needs to talk to you.
Chloe: Who, Edgar?
Edgar: His nameís Andrew Paige.
Chloe: Fine, put him through.
Chloe: Andrew, you know I canít take personal calls here.
Andrew: Itís not personal. I found something on the net I think you should know about.
Andrew: Thereís a fake net table in several large purport matters that was loaded this morning.
Chloe: How would you know that?
Andrew: I was trying to download some software and I noticed it.
Chloe: And by Ďdownloadí I assume you mean Ďstealí, otherwise you wouldnít have even seen the net table.
Andrew: OK, fine. But I hacked deeper and I found all kinds of stuff.
Chloe: What kind of stuff?
Andrew: I think someoneís positioning codes for a major internet attack. The thing is that not all the code remarks are in English.
Chloe: What language were they in?
Andrew: I donít know. Looked Middle-Eastern. Like Arabic or Turkish, maybe.
Driscoll: You found something?
Curtis: Yeah. Sarah was working on the list of known contacts for Sherak.
Sarah: This is in Flanksenone. Maurice Landstrass. He has a dry cleaners in Studio city. We dug into the records and found his business is owned by a holding company based out of Ankara, Turkey.
Driscoll: All right. Give this to Ronnie. Tell him to get over there and see what he can find.
Chloe: Excuse me, Ms. Driscoll.
Driscoll: What is it, Chloe?
Chloe: I just got a call from an old classmate, Andrew Paige. He noticed that a number of high profile internet nodes had been compromised. I think this could be related to our present threat.
Driscoll: What makes you say that?
Chloe: A computer network virus was launched this morning from a server somewhere in Turkey. Thatís where Sherak is from. Should I start working it up?
Driscoll: No. The bombing and Sherak are all we should be dealing with now. Go pass it to the FBI.
Sarah: Excuse me, Sir. Can I help you?
Jack: Yes. I have a scheduled meeting with Erin Driscoll.
Chloe: Jack. Itís OK, Sarah. This is Jack Bauer.
Sarah: Oh, Mr. Bauer. Iím sorry.
Jack: No, itís fine. Chloe, how have you been?
Chloe: Not perfect, but OK, I guess. How are Kim and Chase?
Jack: Good. They just got a house in Valencia. Kimís taking care of Angela and Chase is working for a private security company.
Chloe: Thatís interesting. I mean, Iím interested; I just have to set up a protocol.
Jack: Curtis. Is everything ready for our meeting?
Curtis: Almost. But I should tell you, itíll probably get cut short today.
Jack: The train bombing at Santa Clarita?
Curtis: Among other things.
Jack: What other things?
Curtis: I donít wanna bore you with it.
Ronnie: Weíre out.
Curtis: OK, weíll have you in voice 3, data 4. Alright, Ronnie, this is Jack Bauer. Jack, Ronnie Lobell.
Jack: Nice to meet you.
Ronnie: Hey, Jack.
Curtis: Ronnieís got your old job, Head of Field Ops.
Jack: Yeah, I know. Howís it going?
Ronnie: Itís busy. Nice meeting you.
Jack: Look, would you rather reschedule this?
Curtis: No, that wonít be necessary. Eriníll be freed up in a couple of minutes. Iíll tell you what, why donít you use this station making your calls? It wonít be long.
Jack: Thank you.
Audrey: I donít know, Max. Let me find out. One of the representatives from Van Hamburg. He wants to know how long you will push back today.
Heller: Donít change anything with Van Hamburg.
Audrey: Weíll stick to the original schedule. OK, Max, yeah. Weíll see you then.
Heller: Have you spoken with your brother?
Audrey: No. I donít think he even knows Iím coming with you today.
Heller: Thatís probably best that he doesnít.
Audrey: Alright. Iíll stay in the car. Dad, look, even if Richard does go to that protest in Lockheed, itís not the end of the world. Itís not a page one story.
Heller: Thatís not the point. Itís an embarrassment to me, and to the President.
Audrey: What are you gonna say to him?
Heller: I have no idea.
Audrey: The thing that gets to me is he doesnít even know the first thing about the politics of all this. Heís just doing it to rebel against you.
Heller: When did I become the enemy? What did I do?
Audrey: Nothing. Richardís acting like a spoilt child. Heís gonna have to grow up someday.
[Audreyís phone rings. She answers it.]
Audrey: Audrey Raines.
Woman: The President calling for Secretary Heller.
Audrey: Yeah. Itís the Presidentís office.
Heller: Heller here.
Woman: Please hold for the President.
Heller: Yes, Mr. President?
Keeler: James, Iím thinking of raising the terror alert.
Heller: Because of the train bombing out here?
Keeler: No, not just that. Langleyís picked up some chatter. We also have Intel on some watch listed individuals whoíve gotten into the country.
Heller: Well, my instinct is to wait until the NTSP ways in on the bombing. In the meantime, we can increase our state of readiness.
Keeler: All right. Iíll take that into consideration. Iím meeting with the Secretary of State, the Director Shaye in a few minutes. Iíll see if they feel the same about it.
Heller: Yes, Mr. President.
Jack: Thank you. Hello, Erin.
Driscoll: Hello, Jack.
Jack: Iím sorry Secretary Heller couldnít be here today.
Driscoll: Itís just as well. As Iím sure you were told, we have a protocol in progress. So, why donít we just go over the items and get it over with?
Jack: Itís fine with me.
Driscoll: Iíll be direct with you, Jack. I didnít like the budget your boss proposed.
Jack: Whatís the problem?
Driscoll: Well, as Department of Defense, heís asking for 85 percent of all interagency moneys, which leaves very little for CTU.
Jack: If you want a bigger piece of the pie, youíre gonna have to justify it.
Driscoll: I have a proposal for you.
Jack: You wanna use satellite surveillance for all the traffic at the harbor?
Driscoll: Yes. Problem?
Jack: Yes. Itís insufficient. You need to maintain bodies on the ground.
Driscoll: Too expensive.
Jack: Not if you utilize intelligence from the other agencies. Look, I am not gonna have Secretary Heller sign off on a budget that doesnít make sense.
Driscoll: Iíll talk to Heller about it myself.
Jack: No, youíll talk to me. Weíre not doing this twice.
Guy: Erin, Ronnieís just arrived at Landstrassí cleaners.
Driscoll: Where is the feed?
Guy: Itíll be on channel one as soon as he sets the hidden camera.
Driscoll: Excuse me, Jack.
Ronnie: So, here we go. Stand down until I give the order. Aaron, go around the back. Sean, you go take the side. Hello?
Landstrass: May I help you?
Ronnie: Are you Mr. Landstrass?
Landstrass: Do I know you?
Ronnie: My nameís Ronnie Lobell. Iím with Los Angeles CTU. I need to ask you a few questions. What do you know about a man named Tomas Sherak?
Landstrass: I donít know this name.
Ronnie: Really? ĎCause we have records of you contacting him in the last two days.
Landstrass: It wasnít me. I run a legitimate business here.
Ronnie: I never said your business wasnít legitimate, Sir.
Landstrass: Look, you just canít walk in here and harass me.
Jack: Heís hiding something.
Ronnie: Sir, Iím not harassing you. I need to ask you a few questions.
Driscoll: Itís being handled, Jack.
Jack: Erin, listen to me, the store is open for business but the blinds are closed, thereís no other employees, this guy is way too nervous. Trust me, heís hiding something.
Driscoll: Ronnie, turn your back on Landstrass for a moment, please.
Ronnie: It says here you open at 6:00 A.M. Have you been here the entire time?
Landstrass: Yes. Whatís this about?
Jack: Right there. Did you see that?
Jack: Tell him to look for something on his right.
Driscoll: Ronnie, on Landstrassí right. See if thereís anywhere Sherak can be hiding.
Ronnie: Do you mind if I take a look behind that counter?
Landstrass: Yes, I do mind. Look, this is my store and I want you to walk out now.
Ronnie: Sir, Iím not walking out of here until I take a look at that counter.
Landstrass: Look, you just canít walk in hereÖ
Ronnie: Back door! Itís Sherak. Weíve got him.
Driscoll: Great job.
Audrey: Remember dad, weíre on tight schedule today.
[Audreyís phone rings]
Jack: Hey, itís me.
Audrey: Hey. Arenít you supposed to be in your meeting with Driscoll?
Jack: Yeah, she had to step away. Listen, CTUís just picked up a prime suspect in the train bombing. Theyíre bringing him in for questioning now.
Audrey: Yeah. My fatherís dealing with Richard.
Jack: Thatís all right. Iíll brief him later. I just wanted to let you know.
Audrey: All right. ThatísÖ thatís good news.
Jack: Yeah. Yeah, I think so.
Audrey: All right. UmmÖ Iíll talk to you later.
Jack: Wait, wait.
Audrey: What is it?
Jack: Look, about earlierÖ I donít want you to think that that made me uncomfortable. Itís just that since Teri died, I never thought IÖ
Audrey: Jack, itís all right. I understand.
Jack: No. No, you donít. I just want you to know thatÖ Iím falling in love with you too.
Audrey: Wow, ummÖ You caught me off-guard.
Jack: Yeah, Iím sorry about that. Look, Driscollís coming back. I gotta go.
Audrey: Then go.
Jack: OK. Iíll talk to you when I get a break.
Audrey: All right.
Jack: Whatís happening with the suspect?
Driscoll: Ronnieís bringing him in.
Jack: Who is he?
Driscoll: Fortunately for you, Jack, itís our problem, not yours.
Richard: Iím going, dad. And thereís nothing you can do to stop me. How many cars do you need to get places?
Heller: I didnít come here to argue about the environment, Richard.
Richard: I didnít ask you to come at all.
Heller: I do not want you to attend or to speak at that rally at Lockheed this afternoon.
Richard: You donít have any leverage over what I do anymore. You havenít since I stopped taking your money.
Heller: Canít you ever think of anything besides yourself? If you do this, it will humiliate the President, and it will be dangerous to national security.
Richard: What could be more dangerous than 25,000 missile delivery systems?
Heller: Spare me your 6 grade Michael Moor logic. The world is a little bit more complicated than that, Richard. We do not live in a Utopia. America has enemies.
Richard: Enemies who were our friends a year ago. And in another year itíll change again unless people stop supporting your psychotic need to control the world.
Heller: Psychotic need? We serve our country. We serve the cause of freedom. What do you do?
Richard: Why donít you just go back to your little motorcade and drive somewhere where people actually buy the lies youíre selling?
Heller: OK, look, look. We donít have to do this, OK? We do not have to.
Richard: Fine, dad. What do you wanna do?
Heller: Do not disrespect me. I am your father.
Kalil: What did you find on the internet?
Melanie: It was my friend, not me.
Kalil: Whatís his name?
Kalil: Andrew what?
Melanie: Andrew Paige.
Kalil: Who did you tell?
Melanie: I swear, we didnít tell anyone. I donít knowÖ
Kalil: Donít lie to me.
Melanie: I just walked out.
Kalil: Donít lie to me!
Melanie: Iím not lying.
Kalil: Where is Andrew Paige now?
Melanie: I was just doing my work. I donítÖ
Driscoll: You can use station 5. Chloeís opened up a socket for you. Youíll be able to access through records volumes. Look at this budget numbers.
Jack: OK, fine. I know this guy.
Jack: We were tracking him when I was here. We knew him as Jann Bolek. We linked him to over a thousand complicated bombings in Europe in the late nineties.
Driscoll: Unfortunately, we werenít able to stop him from todayís attack, but we did catch him. And Jack, Iím sorry I was abrupt before. You helped us with the takedown. Thank you.
Jack: Erin, listen to me. This doesnít make sense. I know this guyís file. Heís a major handler. He wouldnít risk exposing himself here in the United States for a train bombing; itís not big enough.
Driscoll: Iíll take that into consideration when we interrogate him. Give my best to Secretary Heller.
Jack: The original data that you pulled up on Sherak, was there any indication of a secondary strike?
Chloe: No. Everything supports that he was here for the train bombing. But there was a time discrepancy.
Jack: What do you mean?
Chloe: There was some high probability chatter indicating an attack at 8:00 a.m. The train bombing happened at 7:00.
Jack: They didnít give a window? They actually called for a specific time?
Chloe: Yeah, but the Intel was off by an hour. Driscoll thought it was close enough. You canít do that.
Jack: Whatís your logon ID for Interpol overnights?
Chloe: Iím not comfortable doing this.
Jack: Chloe, please.
Chloe: Youíre in.
Jack: This is the source?
Chloe: Yes. Thatís in decipher.
Jack: Calls for an eight Oíclock strike unless target deviates. That doesnít make sense. Trains donít deviate; theyíre on fixed courses, schedule.
Chloe: Sometimes when Interpolís breaking codes in communicates they wonít use the exact wording. What are you thinking, Jack?
Jack: Sherak didnít come here for the train bombing. Somethingís gonna happen at 8:00 Oíclock.
Chloe: Thatís 10 minutes from now.
Audrey: No, Paul. I donít wanna wait. Iím gonna call my lawyer as soon as we get back to D.C. and weíre gonna get this divorce process moving.
Paul: Whatís the hurry? We said weíd take a year apart, see what happens.
Audrey: Yeah, but itís almost been a year. I donít wanna wait any longer. Hang on. Look, I gotta take this call. Iíll call you when I get back to D.C.
Paul: Yeah. Bye.
Audrey: All right. Bye. Jack.
Jack: Hey. I need to speak with your father.
Audrey: Heís still in with Richard. He doesnít wanna be interrupted.
Jack: This is urgent. I need him to get me clearance so that I can interrogate the suspect in the train bombing. Driscoll wonít let me anywhere near him. I believe heís got information about a secondary hit, a larger one. Supposed to take place this morning at eight Oíclock.
Audrey: What? Itís almost eight now.
Jack: I know. Thatís why I need to speak with him.
Audrey: All right. Hang on.
Richard: Iím gonna speak at that rally this afternoon, dad. And itís not because I hate you. Itís Ďcause itís something I believe in.
Heller: Did it ever occur to you that these people are using you? Donít you realize theyíre letting you speak for one reason, and one reason only? Because you are my son!
Richard: Well, I wish I werenít.
Heller: What is it, Audrey?
Audrey: Iím sorry. Itís Jack. Itís urgent.
Heller: Excuse me, Richard.
Richard: What could be more important than intimidating me? I know you were hiding in the car.
Audrey: Richard, why are you doing this to dad? Canít you just back off?
Richard: Iím not doing anything to him.
Audrey: You know if you go to that protest at Lockheed itís gonna hurt him.
Richard: Whatever it takes to stop what heís doing.
Heller: Jack, if I step on Driscollís toes and it doesnít pay off, all of a sudden I have a ton of political fallout to deal with.
Jack: Sir, I understand that, but I wouldnít be asking you this if I didnít believe there was an imminent threat to national security that I could help avert.
Heller: Share your concerns with Driscoll. Let CTU handle this.
Jack: Sir, there isnít time.
Audrey: Itís the President.
Heller: Jack, itís the President. I gotta go.
Jack: Yes, Sir. Dammit.
Ronnie: How long have you been in Los Angeles? Who are you working with? We donít have time for this. OK, you listen to me. Unless you start giving me some answers right now, youíre gonna end up in a hole for the next 30 years. Who are you working with? Why did you bomb that train? How far can I push this guy?
Driscoll: We have to find out who heís working with. We should go as far as we have to. Maybe we should bring Johnson in.
Guard: Sorry, Sir. This areaís off limits.
Jack: Oh, Iím looking for Erin Driscoll.
Driscoll: Jack! Jack, what are you doing? Call security, now!
Jack: What is happening at eight Oíclock?
Ronnie: Son of a bitch, heís jammed the codes.
Jack: I am not messing with you. You are gonna tell me; what is happening at eight Oíclock?
Driscoll: Jack, holster your weapon! Jack! I said, holster your weapon!
[Jack shoots Sherak I the leg.]
Driscoll: Call medical!
Jack: What is your primary objective?
Driscoll: Iíll order security to shoot you if I have to.
Ronnie: Get that door open!
Jack: What is your primary objective?
Sherak: Secretary of Defense.
Jack: Secretary Heller?
Jack: Secretary Hellerís the target. Call Secret Service now!
Driscoll: Call now! Get a team on the way.
Sarah: Get me Secret Service now.
Heller: Yeah, Iíll hold. The President wants us back in D.C. tonight.
[Audreyís phone rings. She ignores it.]
Heller: What meetings can we eject?
Audrey: Not Van Hamburg. The mediaís expecting you there. Maybe we could skip Paragon and handle that with the teleconference next week.
Jack: Come on, pick up the phone!
Heller: Tell the President weíll rearrange our schedule and fly back this afternoon.
[Audrey answers the phone.]
Jack: Audrey, itís Jack. Are you still at Richardís?
Jack: You need to get your father out of there now. The bombing this morning was diversionary. Your father is the real target. Youíve gotta get out of there now.
Audrey: Oh, my God.
[A rocket grenade sails past Audreyís face and hits a Secret Service vehicle.]
[A van pulls up and gunmen fire at the Secret Service agents. The masked men abduct Audrey and Heller into the van.]
Audrey: Jack, no! Jack! Jack!
Heller: Let her go!
Audrey: Jack! No!