Sydney enters, sees Agent Superman is dead, and smiles at Awesome. She asks him for his gun, and he hands it over. She asks for his watch back. He removes Chuck's helpful sticker and gives it back. She tells him he did a good job, and says he's cute and talented. "What a catch." She takes his headset and tells him to lose the body, keep the phone, and says she'll be in touch. She welcomes him to the Ring. Chuck opens the letter that says, "Med kit in desk. The pill was amiodarone. Save me." Awesome explains that amiodarone stops the heart, but only for a few minutes. He says he can save Agent Superman if it's a clean shot. Chuck tosses him the med kit, and sure enough, Awesome revives him. Agent Superman wakes up and says his name's Shaw. I officially love him. These three in one room is almost too much goodness on one show.
At Castle, General Redhead introduces them to Agent Superman, who's been working almost exclusively on the Ring for the past couple years so now he has total command authority on anything having to do with that. Casey's like, "Really? This guy? I have back issues of Guns & Ammo older than he is." Agent Superman says he's been fully briefed on the Intersect, and he knows everything. He thanks General Redhead, who tells them they're in good hands and shuts off. Chuck reminds Agent Superman that Sydney's still out there, so Devon's still at risk, but Agent Superman says that the Ring operates in small cells, so if they catch Sydney, they can contain his identity (why, then, did they have to fake Agent Superman's death instead of just killing her at the last place? Just because it wouldn't have been a long enough episode?). He says Awesome's a bona fide mole in the Ring now, so they have to use him in order to save him. Chuck protests again, but Casey and Sarah agree with Agent Superman, saying the risks are greater if they don't use Devon, since Sydney would rather kill him than let him go. Chuck doesn't care, so Agent Superman asks if he has a better idea. Chuck watches an image of the special phone on a computer, and has a thought.