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.
By the pool, all the Buy More folks are sharing their stories of terrible employees. Someone says it's the best job ever. Then Chuck and Sarah head to get another round for everyone. They are having so much fun, and since everyone passed the test, they wish they could not suspect everyone. Sarah says Jane asked her to coffee. Chuck's immediately suspicious: "She's the Viper." Sarah says she passed the test, but just really likes Sarah. Chuck says of course, it's just his stupid spy brain. Sarah doesn't think they can be friends anyway, with a foundation of lies. But Sarah suggests they get Chuck vulnerable and alone, so the Viper will act out. Chuck tells everyone he's going to bed, and Crazy Bob's the only one who follows suit. They walk together, and Casey detects that Crazy Bob is lying about having to call his family. Then he tells another lie about someone being Corn Princess in 1987. Chuck tells Crazy Bob he's going to be in his room alone, and Crazy Bob tells him not to let the bed bugs bite. Then he apologizes for joking about bed bugs, which cost the hospitality industry millions of dollars each year.
Chuck's in the room next to Crazy Bob's. He goes out on the deck and hollers, "Yep. I'm alone and vulnerable." Meanwhile, Sarah's sneaking into Crazy Bob's room. He left the door open, though, greets her, and invites her in. He tells her that he can spot a girl in disguise and he's not what he seems either. While he shows her a crazy, creepy bunny costume in his closet and says he likes costumes too, Chuck gets attacked by the bartender, who tries to strangle him. Sarah knocks out Crazy Bob, then busts into Chuck's room and knocks out the bartender. She tells Chuck that not everybody here is normal and shows him the bunny suit on a knocked-out Crazy Bob. Yeah, by comparison, these free agent spies might be normal.