As proof of Sedeete's capture, Artkin asks to have this item from his rooms delivered to him on the bridge.
Miro uses this item to cover the windows to keep them from being visible to the snipers.
The general does this to his personal home phones to keep track of Inner Delta communications. Among these taped conversations, the general hears many of his son's private conversations.
Artkin uses this to sedate the children during the ordeal of the hijacking.
Kate has the kids eat these on the bus to help keep them occupied during the hijacking. This later becomes a problem when the children become ill from the drugs.
Because Artkin will not allow the children and Kate to leave the bus to go to the bathroom, they are forced to use this item to relieve themselves.
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