In this hour, Jack goes further than ever in his quest for revenge, and another 24 villain bites the dust.
This episode picks up right where the last left off, in the middle of Dalia Hassan's United Nations press conference announcing her decision to take her late husband's place and ensure the peace agreement is signed.
If there's an opposite of the U.N. building, it's the dank warehouse where private security company agent Mark Bledsoe (D.B. Sweeney) is currently giving Walsh the water board treatment. And when she won't talk, the advice he offers is chilling, but also darkly funny (if you have a sick sense of humor). "Take short and shallow breaths. You'll recover faster. That way we won't have so much downtime between sessions."
While this looks horrifying, it's hard to feel much sympathy for Walsh after everything she's done, both to Ortiz and anyone else who got in her way today. Yet she's soon granted a reprieve when Jack and Ortiz descend on the building and, working in tandem (with Jack doing most of the heavy lifting), easily neutralize the handful of guards in their path.
When they burst into the water-boarding room, Bledsoe immediately puts a gun to Walsh's head, confidently telling Jack, "You won't take the shot. It's too risky. I'll kill her before..." and those are his last words, because, as we all know by now, there's pretty much no risk Jack won't take, especially if it involves two people he wouldn't mind shooting.
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