Morgan wanders into the danger camp wearing Jayne's hat -- covered in knitted peace signs -- and smelling of patchouli and pot, and bothers them and eventually annoys them into grabbing him so he can bitch about his civil rights and offer them friendship bracelets, and the whole time Sarah's coming out of the water like Jennifer's Body referencing Apocalypse Now and Chuck Norris while a song from earlier, a bad-ass, Zep-sounding Wolfmother song that goes "Woman! Woman! Woman!" plays. All about how she's going to set you free if you can get to what she actually means.
So you know, it's all kinda there. And if it weren't there -- I give the show tons of credit for this -- if it weren't all there it wouldn't balance out; it would just seem very anti-lady. Between the pushmi-pullyu of Sarah's sexy death-dealing stuff, which is nothing new, and the "giant blonde she-male" they keep talking about, it could seem very fucked-up. But add the fact that it's Sarah Fucking Walker, and the annoying balls-out Wolfmother song, and they're just openly saying, "Yes, we know what we're doing." And that is immensely comforting. As is the sight of Sarah beating the hell out of the bad guys and freeing Chuck from the brain chair.
But then it all gets really dumb for a bit. Which, any way you get out of the story is fine by me -- it's already done what it needs to do, which is demonstrate Scary Sarah and make us believe that she's still stuck between Girl Sarah and Spy Sarah to Chuck's same degree. And it does. But then, like a jerk, it tells us exactly that: "Tell him what you told me before, okay? He'll hear that, I know it. This is your chance. Don't... Don't be Sarah Walker the spy, be Sarah Walker the girlfriend."
So inside his brain he thinks it's a trick and outside his brain she thinks she's talking to brain Swiss cheese, but she says about the whole proposal plan -- "You were gonna do it on the beach in Malibu. Where we watched the sun rise after our first date. There were several race cars involved" -- and eventually whatever, Trinity kisses Neo back to life and Morgan yells "He's okay! He's okay!" and... Whatever. It's fine. They're fine. She loves him either way, and again: She needed to say that more than he needed to hear it, because I don't think she actually believed it until she realized that she did, if you see what I'm saying. It was Sarah that flashed.