Goodwin: Stabilize. Lower your pulse. Did you find the bomb?
Captain Stevens: Yes...There is hydraulic fluid all over the floor.
Goodwin: It's not a concern, Captain.
Captain Stevens: What is...
Goodwin: Tell me about the bomb. Where is that man?
Captain Stevens: I saw a guy with a crutch on the monitor. He looks like he is in charge, I wanna talk to him.
Goodwin: That's irrelevant, Captain.
Captain Stevens: I wanna talk to your commanding officer!
Goodwin: You can talk to him upon completion of your mission.
Captain Stevens: My mission is in Afghanistan, where my unit is. I flew two god damn sorties yesterday.
Goodwin: You've been with us for 2 months. Did you id the bomber?
Captain Stevens: No, where is my unit? And under whose jurisdiction is this simulation?
Goodwin: Captain, this is not a simulation. Lives are depending on you.
Captain Stevens: What lives?
Goodwin: What do you remember about the bomb? Tell me about the detonator.
Captain Stevens: No, no, no, what lives? What you are talking about? I need to be briefed!
Goodwin: Sir, I need to give him something.
Dr. Rutledge: That's fine, go ahead.
Goodwin: Get ready to send him back in. At 7:48 this morning Central Standard Time, a bomb exploded on a commuter train outside of Chicago, killing everyone on board. And that’s the train that you've been on.
Captain Stevens: No, no, no, I am right here, you are talking to me right now!
Goodwin: A man named Shawn Fentress was on that train. He, for all intents and purposes, is now you. Every second spent explaining things puts more innocent civilians at risk.
Captain Stevens: This makes no sense.
Goodwin: The train explosion was the first attack of a series. There are going to be more. Now, did you find the bomb?
Captain Stevens: In the restroom, ventilation panel above the sink. Cellphone detonator. Are we done?
Goodwin: Eh, no no. But that's good, that's very very good, Captain. Good. Our record show that 1812 calls ended at the moment of the explosion. 52 of those calls were tethered to the cell tower nearest the train. So one of those calls was made by our bomber. Do you remember a freight train passing by just before the explosion?
Captain Stevens: Yes.
Goodwin: The explosion was timed to engulf the passing freight train which means, the bomber had to be watching both trains when the call was made. 52 callers, one of those is our bomber. I want you to concentrate on the passengers in your car. Get to know them, narrow the suspect pool. Look for ones who seem quiet or withdrawn, who seem nervous. As always, you'll have 8 minutes.
Captain Stevens: 8 minutes, and I blow up again?
Goodwin: Yes. I need you to discipline yourself on this next pass. Perform only the task that we assign you. Everything else is irrelevant. Charge the drivers.
Captain Stevens: Is my father even...
Christina: I took your advice... It was very good advice.