Ellie's on the phone with Lester, who lies that they may have returned her laptop to the wrong person, but not to worry; he's got his best man on it. He hangs up and tells Jeff to focus his powers on finding a name of who has that missing computer. Jeff closes his eyes and writes. Lester: "No. That's not a letter." He tells Jeff to dig deep as dramatic music plays. Jeff asks if he did it, and we see his paper says, "CIA." Lester looks at him like they're onto something, but then says, "Seeya? What the hell kind of name is Seeya? Totally worthless, Jeffrey." He crumples up the paper and tosses it.
Super Castle. Casey and Co. notice on surveillance that Dragan isn't moving parts, but a fully assembled bomb. Casey tells Robin Givens he wants his old team to join them; they need backup. Robin Givens thinks he's being sentimental, but then agrees to let them go. It's apparently because she wants to put Chuck in charge of bomb disposal, because expendability has its perks or something. Chuck's in a giant safety suit, but Casey tells him he's a vital part of this mission. Isaiah Greta adds: "And try not to drop the bomb, Chuck." Chuck sighs and fogs up his plastic face protective cover (or whatever it is). Casey coaches Chuck on what he'll do with the bomb, then says that this suit will protect him. Chuck yells that he saw The Hurt Locker, okay? So he knows the suit won't do a lot of good. I mean, look at Guy Pearce! Chuck says he knows he's being overly sensitive, since the new Intersects would never complain. Casey rigs some apple juice in Chuck's face protective thing, because he remembers having to wear one once, and it was impossible to use your hands.
Dragan's plane arrives with lots of security. Chuck and Sarah watch from the airport, and Chuck tells Sarah that Casey and his Gretas are outgunned and outmanned, because "Those guards are carrying automatic weapons." He says it in a panic, like it's a shock, but what kind of international terrorist transporting a bomb doesn't have guards carrying automatic weapons. Anyway, the Gretas use their Intersect-y magic to take out all the guards. Chuck says they're like Terminators, taking out five guards like that. Casey greets Dragan, and asks for his luggage. Dragan hands it over, and Casey opens it. The Gretas flash on the bomb: It's a suitcase nuke. Dragan tells them he has the detonator, and suggests they part ways. Sarah calls Casey and says to let him go, because she'll follow him. Casey lets him go and tells the Gretas to disarm the bomb. Isaiah Greta says it's some kind of bomb they can't defuse. Chuck yells that he can help. He throws off his thick gloves and face protective thing and takes off running awkwardly in his giant safety suit.