In order to cover himself, Tony shoots himself in the gut before the FBI arrives. He sticks around while they run the search so he can feed info and escape advice to Galvez, the Starkwood fugitive with the bioweapon canister. Walker is shocked to learn that Moss is dead, least of all because now she's in charge, and when she goes to join the search, Kiefer insists on coming along. Tony's plan for Galvez is to have him lure a bunch of FBI agents into a house and then blow it up. But first Tony has to lie to Kiefer's face about what happened, which goes better than it did in Season Three, at least at first. When the time comes, Walker leads the charge into the building, which Galvez blows up seconds after Kiefer figures out something's up. After that, Kiefer learns that Tony lied to him about his source on the White House attack intel, and confronts him at gunpoint. Tony denies everything, right up until Kiefer has a seizure. And in the meantime, Galvez poses as a wounded agent and escapes the scene, with the canister.
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