Which is when bright lights come on outside and a muffled voice hollers for Sarah Walker. They walk into the courtyard, and Morgan follows, as a helicopter shines its bright light down on them. Morgan stupidly thinks its Close Encounters or something. Then the three ladies slide down ropes from the chopper into the courtyard. They all take off ski masks and flip their hair around. They tell Sarah they heard about the pending wedding, and that means it's a girls' night out. They'll have her back by noon tomorrow. Maybe. Morgan tells Carina she looks well, and she just walks around him and looks at him. She notices something's different about him, then they all take off. Chuck now sees Sarah's point about the Cat squad: He was not expecting that. Opening credits.
Chuck wakes up the next morning, and Sarah's there in a fancy dress. He talks to her, but she says her head hurts after going to a club in Hollywood, then one in Vegas, then an after-hours spot in Miami. Gorbachev was there. He won't stop talking about how reconnecting with her friends wasn't so bad after all, which must make her want to kill him for so many reasons. She says the squad is not back together, because some of them don't trust each other after an incident where the target they were all after kept anticipating their next move. At the time, Sarah found a hidden transmitter in the heel of Zondra's boot. She denied it was hers, and passed a lie-detector test, so they shook on it and moved on. But Sarah's still not sure. Oh, and by the way, the Cat squad is sleeping in their apartment. Chuck goes out to look, but Carina's not there.
Cut to Morgan's bed, where he discovers her there. Naked. And hitting on him. She thinks his confidence and straight spine are different. She calls him Martin and tells him to get back into bed. He says no, since she totally ignored all of his calls and texts and letters, and now he's off the market. She takes off the sheet and shows off her naked self, so he takes off. He tells Chuck that Carina's an animal and he'll be back when she's gone. When he opens the front door, Alex is there, about to knock. She loves his outfit, and he could easily just explain what's up but instead he pushes her outside and shuts the door behind them. He totally forgot about their breakfast plans, so he sort of explains that he was helping Chuck with the Sarah situation, and that her old friends are in town, blah. Carina comes out then, in a short, silky robe, and asks Morgan to make them some breakfast. Morgan awkwardly introduces Carina and Alex, who's not pleased to see the woman Morgan just described as an "old hen" looking like that. Morgan asks Alex to reschedule for lunch tomorrow, and she tells him twice, pointedly, "I trust you." She leaves and he muses that that seemed like a threat.