Cut to Sarah's, then Casey's, then Chuck's faces over Morgan as he comes to and asks what happened. Chuck says he took 10,000 volts, and Sarah adds that he went into cardiac arrest and they lost him for a minute. Morgan: "I died?" Casey: "For like three seconds." Chuck tells Morgan that's the bravest thing he's seen anyone do, and to never do it again. Morgan would like to go home now, please.
Buy More. Jeffster! approach Casey to tell him that they do "installs" like the one he did twice a week, so he can count himself in. Jeff tells him they wake up in some of the best Dumpsters in the city. They leave him, and Morgan finds him to ask if they're good. Casey grunts, and Morgan takes that as a yes. Morgan tells him that he and Alex are pretty much over anyway, then invites Casey to a party. He tells him to think of it as the people who'd really be there if there were an actual funeral. Cut to the party. It's Ellie and Awesome, Sarah and Chuck, and Morgan. Casey shows up and everyone's super-nice to him. Then there's another knock. Morgan answers it, and it's Alex. She looks a little upset, but as he tries to apologizes for everything, she cuts him off and says her dad told her what happened: Morgan dumped her because Casey said he had to, but that Morgan stood up to him and changed his mind. She says that couldn't have been easy, and it was brave. Morgan goes along with Casey's lie and says he wants to be with her if she wants to be with him. She does. Morgan goes into the kitchen and thanks Casey. But, lest we think Casey's gone totally soft, he grunts and then tells Morgan if he breaks her heart, Casey breaks his everything.
Sarah finds a thoughtful Chuck in the courtyard. She asks what he's thinking about, and he says his mom. He thought she was a prisoner who needed to be saved, but then he found out she's a bad guy. Sarah says they don't know that for sure, but he says he does know that he's putting all the people who would never leave him in danger to find the one person who left him. He's going to stop looking for her. He says he thought he needed to bring his family back together, but he already has a family: all of these people. They tell each other they love each other and she goes inside. Then Chuck's phone rings. When he answers, it's Linda Hamilton, who tells him "Hello, Chuck. It's your mother."