Casey's apartment. Hartley, looking in a mirror, can't believe it's been thirty years. He sees Casey's Reagan picture and asks if he's still in charge. Casey scoffs: "If only." Hartley asks what Volkoff did for thirty years, but Mary doesn't answer. He asks what kind of man he was. Mary tells him he was very successful in a highly competitive business. Volkoff thinks there's more to it than that if someone's used the Norseman. Chuck interrupts and says they don't have time for this; his fiancée has been attacked by the Norseman. Hartley explains the Norseman: a weapon he and Stephen had worked on to achieve peace through violence. Casey thinks Reagan would be proud. Chuck asks if there's an antidote, and Hartley says there is: Iridium 5, which he can easily make. They head to the hospital. On the way out, Casey says they'll discuss their plans for "Viv" once they've saved Sarah. Hartley wonders who Viv is, and Casey says a woman named Vivian used the Norseman on Sarah. Hartley asks Chuck who Vivian is, because it's a Winterbottom family name. Chuck (whose hair is looking awfully Ken Doll square these days, by the way) admits that she's Hartley's daughter. Hartley can't believe it, especially since she's Chuck's enemy. He asks Hartley if he'll help him save Sarah so they can begin to clean up all the mistakes that were made. Of course Hartley will.
Hospital. As the antidote is inserted into Sarah's IV, we flash back to Chuck and Sarah's "dry run" a few days earlier. Chuck gives Sarah crap about her vows only being on one sheet of paper, but she says she covered all the bases. He tells her to go ahead and say them, and he'll give her notes later. She starts in: "Chuck, you're a gift. You're a gift I never dreamed I could want or need and every day I will show you that you're a gift that I deserve. You make me the best person I could ever hope to be, and I want to spend, and learn, and love the rest of my life with you." Chuck's gone from smug about her one page to completely moved. She asks if it was talky, but he tells her it was perfect, hugs her, then says his own are ridiculous now. She tells him not to freak out, because whatever he wrote will be perfect too.