At the funeral, Morgan and Chuck are staring at Casey's fake dead body when his eyes pop open, freaking Morgan out. And I don't know how they got Adam Baldwin to be so entirely still, but it is pretty freakish-looking. Casey glares at Morgan until he leaves his eyesight and calls Alex to tell her he's going to tell her dad today. Chuck and Sarah have a seat, and Chuck points out the only people here are agents. Then Mackintosh shows up and Chuck corrects that: Some people here hate him. Mackintosh goes to the casket and stabs Casey's hand with a pin. Chuck tells Sarah Casey can still feel pain (so maybe "paralyzed" was not the correct description?). Morgan gets nervous and then starts his speech with lots of feedback and awkwardness. He says the one word he'd choose to describe John Casey would be forgiveness, and that he wanted to tell John something before he died. He knows that John is "somewhere out there beneath the pale moonlight." It's not very often a contemporary show references An American Tail. Nice. [Cough Community cough! - Zach]
As Morgan rambles on and on -- about Casey palming a watermelon with his large hands -- T.I. comes in and burns Casey's hand with a cigar. Chuck wonders if they should go in before someone takes a blow torch to his face, but Sarah says he's been through worse, and they have to wait for the third guy. Which is, of course, Packer's cue. Morgan tells J. Case they miss him and he should come back soon "in song and limerick." As Packer looks to be crying over Casey's casket. But really he's laughing. At the government for thinking they'd come unprepared. They've rigged bombs under the floor so the casket falls through and, when the smoke clears, Casey's gone. Chuck: "I lost Casey."
Back at Castle, Chuck's stressing about how this is all his fault as Sarah makes a call to "tactical" to get 100 men ready to go on her command. They locate Casey's tracking device and send "tactical" to the location. It's on a cat. Casey, meanwhile, is seemingly dead but awake (remember?) in a warehouse with Packer, T.I. and Mackintosh, who are trying to figure out how to remove his hand. They consider a knife but then go looking for a surgical saw. While they look for it, Casey's eyes open and tries to force himself to move. Back with the saw, they start to move in toward his hand -- and, really, pretending to be dead during this has to be worse than the lead sprinkler -- when the warehouse's doorbell rings (because that happens all the time). And the guys, being criminals, of course want to be polite to whoever's buzzing at the warehouse where they stopped to saw off their former friend's hand. Makes sense. Right?