Then they start to mingle. Chuck shakes hands and asks questions, then touches another guy on the back. Casey detects they both pass the lie detector tests, despite their horribly pathetic life stories. Bob comes over and forces shots on them all. Chuck is too afraid to drink his, for obvious reasons (but he doesn't touch the guy to see if he's a liar). They're all yelling to drink it, and the bartender asks Chuck to "please drink it; they're so loud." Then another guy drinks it for Chuck. And doesn't die. But Chuck tells him he's a lifesaver. Sarah's mingling with others, who also turn out not to be liars. Lots of people pass, and we're spared having to listen to them all. Then Bob comes up behind Chuck and wraps something around his neck. Chuck assumes he's about to be strangled, but it's just a lanyard to get him into the buffet. Sarah finds Catherine Dent on the phone with her sick son, and they start talking. Sarah touches her own arm as she tells the lady, whose name is Jane, that she's here with her husband, Morgan Grimes. Casey tells her to move her hand, since she just checked herself. Good news, though: She's such a good liar that she passed. Jane whines a bunch about how hard it is to be a mom and wife when she's working so hard. Sarah touches her arm and tells her she understands. Jane tells a story about "Crazy Bob," and Casey tells Sarah she passed the lie detector. Someone throws Chuck in the pool, and Sarah sees it from across the way, assumes a drowning's going on, and jumps in after him. Everyone jumps in, including Crazy Bob and Catherine Dent. It's pretty ridiculous, but pretty funny.
Castle. Morgan tells Casey he can't believe he actually likes Phantom Menace, because he'd actually rather scratch out his eyeballs than listen to Jar Jar Binks. He guesses maybe his brain's changed. He uses this as a segue to say that what hasn't changed are his feelings for Alex. He remembers being an ass, and that he loves her. But she changed her number. He asks Casey for the number, but Casey asks what he's going to say? That he had a supercomputer in his brain, and it made him a jackass? Morgan realizes that's probably not an option, so Casey tells him to move on; it's not happening. He does feel a little bad, though, I guess, because he tells Morgan he lied and Morgan should start with the original Star Wars trilogy. Morgan thanks him, and starts to walk away, but Casey calls him back: "Oh, just so you know: Darth Vader? Luke's father. Leia's his sister." Morgan looks appalled to know this -- although wouldn't he not understand what Casey's even saying? Casey: "Still mad." Clearly.