Then explosions, gun fights, car chases, threats to air traffic control, Chloe saying she's a stay at home mom. He knows it's terrible timing, but he says it's really important. Benton comes to untie him. The first man says Chris is going to tell them everything he knows and they'll know if he's lying. They have Howitzers positioned to hit any target in the city.
Benton says they're not supposed to. State Department official hints that the Embassy will cut funding for the school if Carlyle goes on protecting Jack, so Jack decides to leave. One of the men fires at them, hitting them. Without spoiling the sixth season for those who have yet to watch it, our world-class hero Jack, always the odd one out, is now in a fictional African country, helping his old friend, played by the wonderful Robert Carlyle, with missionary work, trying to heal his staggering emotional wounds with peace. He wants General Juma to call him later. The older one goes with a friend anyway. Taylor speaks of apathy, greed and fear threatening freedom.
Trammell says whatever happens to them will be on Jack. He takes out a few then runs for cover. Jack encourages him to put the gun down, which he does and then flees. The agent has a pistol sitting nearby on the desk, which Chris eyes nervously apparently, he's thinking of grabbing it, but never gets to do so. It is a masterwork of deceit, and its success is in the fact that it never allows the viewer to relax for a second.
Hodges tells Edward to keep an eye on Roger. Redemption is entertaining and well-acted, and it certainly primes us for the seventh season. When he returns to his computer, he finds a man there. From beginning to end, this show is the most riveting and suspenseful thing ever captured on film. He checks out the scene and finds the rebels stringing Jack up. We learn Jack called him after 10 years, they're old special ops buddies, and Benton has found a way to live with himself, but first he had to stop running.
Benton drives nearby with a wounded Desmond in the vehicle. Benton says he'll go into town to find them. The Frenchman with the supply truck argues with a man saying that nothing is wrong and that Juma isn't stealing children. The boy throws down his gun and runs away. Chris wants to meet up.
He runs to get it from the brush where it fell. But he had to keep his mouth shut. Trucks of men with automatic weapons drive up. They have serious hardware, including a bazooka. Senate concerning torture charges, but declines to go.
In the process, Benton ends up standing directly on top of it, arming it. The last chopper leaves in an hour. This chemical will kill every living thing once it melts. When Willie figures out that Benton is dead he runs off, crying. They swig from presumably laced bottles, woozy and pliant. Jack inspects it, but Benton knows the make and model. They hurry, rushing to make the chopper.
Dubaku gets a call from someone. The boys keep quiet, hiding. Roger says he's not doing anything until he sees the records from himself. But the man in charge says to hold off on killing him until he tells them where the children are. Colonel Dubaku gives the boys a pep talk about exterminating cockroaches i.