At Castle, Casey wonders why Morgan's still looking at the chateau feed now that the mission's over. He quickly deduces Morgan's conducting a sub-mission, and what the sub-mission is. He tells Morgan Chuck's going to need all the help he can get. Sarah's on her way upstairs when she stops. Morgan asks why, and she says she thinks she's nervous for the first time in her life. He tells her everyone gets butterflies, but she says she doesn't. She starts walking toward the balcony again as Morgan tells her that's Chuck out there, his best friend. He says he knows she wasn't asking or anything, but she has Morgan's permission. She thanks him and arrives at the balcony. Casey says "Uh-oh," because he notices the ring came out when Chuck fought and is now on the ground on the balcony. They let Sarah know what he did. She tells Chuck to look at the moon, and leans down to pick it up. Then she heads toward him and kisses him, slipping the ring into his pocket like a pro.
Slow Club's "When I Go" picks up as they kiss some more, this time for real. There's no secret rings being hidden in pockets or anything else. It's just Chuck and Sarah. No mission. They're free. Casey and Morgan are thrilled. Sarah tells Chuck that she's been to so many places, but no place as beautiful as this. He tells her he has, every day, with her, wherever they are. "Every time I look at you, it's the most beautiful place I've ever been." It's pretty cheesy, but I forgive it because Chuck would be cheesy. He thinks he should be James Bond now, but she says she fell in love with Chuck, not James Bond. He tells her not to freak out if he asks a question right now, and she says she won't. He continues: He wants to spend the rest of his life with her, every day: going on missions, saving the day, but mostly just being with her, at her side, always. Morgan's giddy and even Casey's smiling. He pulls out a ring and starts to get down on his knee when lights go on all around them and the CIA arrests Sarah for treason. She can't believe it, and yells for Chuck. He tells them they're all wrong, but they take her away. Commercials, including Morgan and Chuck's PSA telling us to get active, and The Cape, which leaves Monday "cloaked in awesome," apparently.