Casey comes through and asks Walker to talk to him for a moment. She's upset and hurt about what happened, and how he'd move on to a new team. He's sorry she had to find out this way, and she tries to blame General Redhead, but he says it wasn't her decision. Sarah's puzzled, which is Robin Givens's cue to walk in and be an ice queen. She tells Casey to meet with his team now, or when he's done "fraternizing" with his old team. Isn't that a word you use when someone associates with the enemy? How is it not okay for him to talk to Sarah? The Gretas leave, and Chuck asks who Suzy Sunshine is. Casey says she's Director Bentley, "our Beckman, but less warm and cuddly." Casey leaves and Chuck tells Sarah it's just you and me, babe. But Sarah takes off to fix this.
They're on the TV phone with General Redhead, wondering why she didn't tell them what was up. General Redhead says Sarah's not the only one who has to take orders. Chuck asks whose team is the A team and whose is the B team, but General Redhead wants him to focus on the mission at hand. Chuck and Sarah are so excited to hear the word "mission" that they forget everything about Casey's team. The mission: an extraction from Tblisi. She explains who the bad guy was when they interrupted Casey's sting operation the other night: "the Turk." His arrest was a big deal, but the real prize, she says, is Dragan Petruchkin, an arms dealer who sells the former Soviet arsenal on the black market. The Turk has agreed to lure Petruchkin to the U.S. on one condition: asylum for the Turk's family. All they know is that Sarah and Chuck need to extract someone named Jana (pronounced "Yawn-uh"). Sarah assumes it's his wife, but Chuck thinks it's a mistress. General Redhead tells Chuck to use the Intersect to ID Jana and then return her safely to U.S. soil. They're so excited about a mission, and Chuck's sure they're the A team.
Chuck finds Awesome pacing at night in the courtyard, trying to find his baseline. He says it's not trauma surgery, which is a cinch. His problem is that Ellie's been home all day with Clara, and when Awesome walks in, she'll make up for twelve hours alone in about twelve minutes of talking. He walks inside, and she starts right in: She's crunching the numbers of Clara's sleep schedule, with statistical charts and everything. She does the same thing with vocal sounds. Then she tells him she'll need a second baby to have a control for their experiment. Joking. Then she asks for her dad's laptop, and Awesome finally pays attention. She thinks her dad's research is the diversion she needs right now. Uh-oh.