In the Secret Spy Lair, Sarah tells Casey and Chuck that Agent Redhead will be available to talk about the Jason Wang situation soon. Chuck asks why they have tennis balls in here; do they play? Sarah says they're not toys, but white phosphorous grenades that can melt iron. He picks up a can of breath spray and guesses it's a mini flame thrower, but Casey tells him it's mint-flavored knock-out spray. Chuck would like one of those because he's always really vulnerable. Casey doesn't answer, but just growls and walks off. Well, it wasn't a no.
Agent Redhead pops up on the screen and, without greeting, starts explaining who Jason Wang is: a car importer with no criminal record. But he runs with a dangerous gang called Triad. [Not a subtle name is it? It's like calling your Italian Gentlemen's Club "Mafia." Or your book group "The Rapists." - Zach] Sarah explains that the gang is responsible for smuggling drugs, guns and other weapons. Agent Redhead says they've been watching Triad, but didn't know about Wang's involvement before Chuck's flash. Chuck pipes up that she's welcome, but Agent Redhead just looks at him menacingly over her glasses. He goes on, "You really don't have to thank me. ...Not that you are thanking me. I guess you're just making a statement. Continue." Sarah, whose back is to Chuck, smiles sweetly, clearly charmed by Chuck's naïve sweetness. Agent Redhead tells Chuck to use his social connections to get close to Jason Wang. Chuck has to clarify that she wants him to befriend his best friend's ex-girlfriend's new boyfriend. She asks if there's a problem, and he says no. She turns off her screen, and he says he has a big problem here. Opening credits.
Chuck's alarm goes off at 7 a.m. He turns it off and Awesome, sitting next to his bed, asks him if he slept well. Chuck says he actually was having nightmares that people were spying on him, which now seem all too real. Awesome says he's just getting home from work after a tough night, because "Saving lives can get pretty gnarly sometimes." Chuck's all "Tell me about it." Awesome asks what Chuck's plans are, and Chuck bumbles about work and then possibly pizza with Sarah. Awesome calls this a cakewalk and asks if Chuck will find a band for the wedding, since he knows how much Chuck loves music and how busy he is. He was thinking this could be a win-win. Chuck is surprised that Awesome wants him to find a band for the wedding, but Awesome just says, "Thanks a lot, dude," and leaves.