Chuck boards into the most amazing first class that's ever existed, with an actual bar where food and drinks are being mixed (and served). After a little confusion when his flight attendant offers to take his jacket, Chuck finds his seat next to Kristin Kreuk (looking much more adorable with a fun, short 'do than she ever did on Smallville, with her long tresses of perfection and love). They flirt awkwardly about his pen and then have equally awkward introductions. Her name's Hannah. When the flight attendant offers drinks, Chuck tries to say no since he's on business, until Hannah says she is too, but she'll have one. So he'll have one, too. They guess at who their fellow passengers are: dignitaries and Yale fencing team included. Hannah asks what Chuck does, and he says "retail: high-end merchandise at a prestigious store."
Cut to the Buy More, where someone's stuffed a passed-out Morgan into the claw game. He wakes up and bangs on the glass, so Casey lets him out. Casey turns and growls at the other Buy More employees, who scatter. Morgan asks how Casey does that: commanding respect? Casey says he doesn't command it, he takes it.
First class. Hannah and Chuck are sitting at the first class bar, and Hannah assumes Chuck doesn't fly first class often. He pretends he does it all the time, all "L.A. to Paris, Paris to L.A." He asks about her, and she says she works for a private investor, doing "terribly boring" work fixing computers, mainframes, etc. Chuck's interest is obviously piqued since she's a nerd, too. She says it's boring and stressful, but she gets to travel and live in Paris with a view of the Eiffel Tower. Chuck's in awe, so she asks if he's been there, and he's like, "Yeah, so many times I can't even count." Hannah sees Stone Cold Steve Austin, and asks Chuck who she thinks that guy might be: a professional wrestler? Chuck turns to him and flashes that he's a Ring operative. He excuses himself to use the bathroom and calls Castle. Agent Superman answers by asking if Chuck's flashed yet; when Chuck wonders how he knew that would happen, Agent Superman says, "Because your mission's not in Paris. It's on the plane." Commercials.