Breakfast. Long, uncomfortable silences, which means Chuck has to fill them by asking them about their spying days. Zondra says they're top secret, but Amy's happy to talk about Reykjavik's sulfur baths. Sarah adds some detail, while Carina tries to play footsy with Morgan under the table. Zondra remembers doing shots of snake's blood after breaking out of jail in Pyongyang, but Amy says that was just Zondra and Sarah, who made an amazing team at one point. Chuck tells the story of disarming an explosive device using porn on his first mission. Morgan, now in the kitchen, hides behind the counter from Carina's stares. Zondra and Amy both get a little condescending about Chuck for some reason.
The girls are ready to head out, and Sarah admits to Chuck it wasn't all bad, but she's glad it's over. Zondra throws back another snippy comment about Chuck so Sarah doesn't change her mind. As Carina's about to get in her car (or maybe Sarah's), the car explodes. Carina's fine, but it throws her a ways, and part of the bomb is stuck in her leg. Chuck flashes on it and sees Augusto Gaez. Uh, is it okay for Chuck to flash in front of these ladies, one of whom cannot be trusted?
Anyway, General Redhead Television answers Chuck's question for all of us: Augusto Gaez, in addition to being Lou Diamond Phillips, is the archnemesis of the Cat squad, and he's apparently tracked the Cats down. Gaez is part of an organization called the Gentle Hand that is anything but gentle. The Cats hunted them for years, but could never pin down Gaez. General Redhead gives the Cats a mission to track down Gaez in Rio and arrest him. Sarah would rather do it with Chuck and Casey, but General Redhead says they'll need all available hands. Carina, who's injured, will monitor from Castle. Chuck and Casey will shadow the cats on their trip to Carnival in Rio. Sarah says they're not a team anymore, but General Redhead says this comes from the top: "The Cats are back."