...and calls Chuck and tells him what's up, describing Kirk as "some creepy Richard-Branson-meets-Willem-Dafoe-looking dude." Wow, that's...so on-the-nose a description I can't even believe it. Morgan babbles and Chuck stares catatonically until Morgan's lobster arrives, at which point he and Chuck are both out of there.
Casey's in full gear and watching the yacht. So...they leave Chuck unsupervised at times like this, or did we just forget about the whole "value of the Intersect" thing? Anyway, Chuck shows up, almost getting shot by Casey, who has little time for his insecurities, although he does take the time to reassure him that they have a whole team in place to back Sarah up. Chuck sees Kirk and Sarah go below decks, and then someone comes on board with a crate, the markings of which trigger a flash about counterfeiting. Chuck babbles that there are counterfeit plates in crates marked as aid medicines, which must be why Kirk brought Sarah down at that moment. Casey warns him that they can't be wrong, but Chuck is sure, so Casey calls for them to go in.
Downstairs, Kirk is just pouring champagne and getting cozy with Sarah when they hear Casey announcing that he's a Federal agent. Kirk appears on deck and gets shirty with Casey, eventually opening a crate himself and showing Casey that it's just medical supplies inside. Kirk then smugly says he'll need all their names and agency affiliations for when he speaks to their bosses' bosses. I'd go with "I.P. Freeley," Casey.
Sarah shows up to Chuck's, and after confirming that Ellie and Awesome aren't in the episode...er, "are at work," she lights into him, accusing him of faking the flash because of his jealousy over the situation. I think she just helped me realize why this is coming off as contrived -- if he weren't this persistently jealous about something he should be inured to by now, there would be no reason for the agents to doubt his word. Anyway, they finally talk about the kiss again, with Sarah saying that it was a mistake, and Chuck wondering if she did it because she has any feeling for him at all. Sarah ends up storming out, and Chuck hangs his head as "O Come All Ye Faithful" plays. Bet that's a first for Zachary Levi.