Chuck's knocking on a door ... and it's Casey's. He invites him to the rehearsal dinner. Casey says the Intersect's out, so Chuck doesn't need him anymore, but Chuck says he's asking him as a friend. Casey shuts the door in his face. Chuck turns to leave, but Casey opens it again. Apparently he was getting a jacket, and about five cigars. He hopes it's an open bar. Sarah walks into the courtyard in a pretty dress. Casey says he'll go warm up the Vic, leaving them alone. They compliment each other on how good they both look -- and they really do. Sarah's totally glowing, apparently with the happiness of her man being free and able to finally date her. She asks how it feels, and he says it's great, actually, like everything is finally real. She says it is real. They hold hands.
Then we see another hand, in the desert, hitchhiking. It's Roark, who tells the semi-truck driver that stops for him that he's headed for Burbank, where he has a wedding to go to. This can't go well.
Next week: Season finale! Casey tells Chuck he's done good work. Ellie's pretty in her wedding dress. BRYCE! says, "Now let's go get your sister married." And he's holding a gun. Voiceover guy tells us there's one twist after another. Chuck says he's waited a long time for this day. Roark sits down with Chuck and tells him he's going to kill the bride. Bakula punches Roark. Bryce uses his gun. Jeffster! performs. Big Mike tells Morgan's mom the wedding just got good. Chuck says he has to go, and his dad says no, he doesn't, he's not a spy. Sarah screams, "Don't you touch him!" And a fuzzed-out face shoots toward the camera. The voiceover guy promises it'll be the biggest ending in Chuck history (just like Josh Schwartz said).
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