The song continues as Morgan, Chuck, Jeff and Lester arrive at a van. It has "Keep out!" signs on it, and when they slide open the door, it looks like the homemade version of Casey's spy van. Chuck wonders what in the hell this is, and Lester explains that any money Jeff doesn't guzzle down his throat (on Beer brand beer, obviously), he spends on spy gear. Chuck finds this incredibly creepy. But I wonder how he can be surprised, given that Jeff just told him he's a total stalker. Morgan wants the small talk to stop, and for them to man their posts. As they set up in the van, we see that Casey and Sarah are spying on them from their own van. Casey says, "Babysitting the freak show. This should be enlightening." I wonder if he means just Jeff, or if he thinks the whole crew is a freak show. Because Jeff alone would totally qualify as a freak show. Morgan sees Anna leaving the Buy More and getting into a cute red car. She drives away, and Lester says, "The subject is on the move," and follows. Casey: "Idiots on the move." He and Sarah follow.
They follow Anna to an open-air restaurant that just happens to have an opening onto a road, where they stop to spy on her. She's freshening up her makeup at her table. Chuck thinks they're stalkers and need to stop this. Casey wonders what the crazy stalkers are up to, and Sarah gives them props for their "decent spywork." Hee. Chuck tells Morgan to think about what he's doing, and Morgan says he's getting answers. Chuck tells him there are other ways to do that, and Lester replies that they already tried cloning Anna's cell, but she has a CDMA carrier, so they couldn't copy the SIM card. I am sure someone reading this is geeky enough to know what that means, but I don't. Although, it's not exactly what Chuck meant, anyway. Just then, a guy gets out of his little black convertible and walks over to Anna's table. Lester suggests it might be Anna's brother. The guy starts making out with Anna, and Lester says, "Still, it could be her brother." Morgan wants to abort the mission since he can't compete with this guy, who has healthy hair, a clean smile and a killer car. Um, what is a "clean" smile? One without food in your teeth? I have never heard that expression. The mention of the car causes Chuck to notice the license plate, which he flashes on. He sees the guy's mug shot, documents with his name (Jason Wang) on them, some dead people, some guns and a starfish. Morgan says the guy is his worst nightmare, and Chuck tells him to trust his instincts.