Awesome's drinking water in his kitchen, and looking at himself in his kitchen window, telling himself, "Chuck's a spy. Don't freak out." Ellie walks in and asks if he found anything out about Chuck. He just looks at her, and she asks why he's doing that, and did she see Chuck? He says, "Yes," and then "No." And then he says Chuck's fine, but no, he definitely didn't speak to Chuck. She's like, "Did someone else speak to him? Casey? Sarah?" Awesome says, "Who?" That's when Ellie thinks it's wedding-day jitters, and asks him to focus. She asks if he can be Awesome for her. He nods, but starts to look woozy, so she smacks him and tells him to focus, she needs his A game.
Chuck and Sarah arrive at the drive-in/Black Rock in the Nerd Herder. She wants him to stay in the car, but he thinks he can handle it. Until Casey comes up and points a gun at him. Sarah points hers at Casey, but Chuck tells her not to; that if Casey's going to stop him, he's going to have to kill him. Casey tells them General Redhead called in an airstrike, and Chuck reminds Casey he promised to save his dad, and he thought that would have meant something; he guesses he has a lot to learn. Casey says he does have a lot to learn, and that he made three crucial mistakes: 1. He didn't realize he was being trailed. 2. You didn't bring enough fire power. 3. "And you didn't ask me to join." He backs away and Chuck turns around and asks if Casey would like to help them rescue Bakula. Casey says he thinks Chuck's father has served his country honorably and deserves to attend his daughter's wedding, so he'll do it under one condition: Chuck stays in the car. Sarah agrees quickly, and Chuck agrees too. Then he's giddy about the team being back together and says, "group hugs!" Casey tells him if he takes another step, it will be his last. He still has the gun at the ready, you know. Bakula, watching it all on his computer, says, "Aces, Charles. Aces."
Then Roark comes in to ruin Bakula's proud father moment. He calls Bakula an underachieving, reclusive, kidnapped scientist. Roark says he's done with the Intersect, but he has one request: Leave his family alone. Roark's shocked he's not invited to the wedding, which he knows about because few details escape him. He tells Bakula that if the Intersect works, he has nothing to worry about. On his way out, he says it's a little tart down there, so he'll send down some air freshener. Outside, a whole bunch of identical silver cars pull up. Chuck's definitely staying put in the car. Casey tells Sarah he had no idea Tron was so popular. Casey and Sarah find the way downstairs, which involves grabbing some children's playground toy. Chuck, from the Nerd Herder, watches Roark talk to all of the silver cars, convertible tops down, who are here to watch the Intersect. Chuck realizes Roark's using the Intersect to turn all these guys into some sort of Army. Uh-oh.