Morgan approaches Chuck and asks if he ever wonders if he's not man enough to hang on to his woman. Chuck ignores this and says he needs a Nerd Herder. Lester overhears and says that won't be possible, because Buster apparently found Jeff's underwear in the back seat of one of them and so is having them all reupholstered. I'd normally say that's crazy, but these are Jeff's underwear, so I can't really blame Buster for the excess. Chuck has to borrow Morgan's bike, but won't tell him why. Just: "It's personal."
Chuck's spying on Sarah leaving a hotel with Gary Cole, and then is sitting across the aisle from them at a restaurant hiding behind his menu. Only he's not really hiding. His entire head is looking over the menu, completely obviously. He's the worst spy ever. Then he flashes on Gary Cole with mug shots and the words "Fraud" and "Larceny." Sarah's iPhone beeps telling her Chuck's location is right where she is. She looks around and he ducks behind the menu, but she's not a total idiot, so she walks over to him. He apologizes, but says he came for backup only. She reminds him it's personal, but he says he flashed on the "much, much, much older gentleman" she's having dinner with. "The guy is a total loser. Absolute bottom-feeding, scum-of-the-earth, have-I-mentioned-considerably older man?!" Gary Cole interrupts and says, "All true, but I'm a hell of a dancer." Sarah introduces Gary Cole as her dad, "Jack Burton," and Chuck as her boyfriend. Chuck sheepishly tells Gary Cole it's a real pleasure.
In Sarah's hotel room, Gary Cole's feeding her breakfast. He asks about her job at the Orange Orange. She says it pays the bills, and he says he can see that; it's "very believable." He says the hotel room, her job, "that schnook from last night, Chippy" (she corrects: "Chuck") all add up to her "working an angle." He thinks Chuck must be the son of some rich family. She says Chuck makes $12 an hour and wants her to stay away from him. Gary Cole's fine with this, because he has a bag full of money already. He tries to give her some, but she doesn't want any stolen money. He tells her it's not stolen, though. He's no thief; he's a con man. And that all of the real money is in Dubai. This particular money is from Sheik Rajiv Amad. Sarah's like, "Amad? The Saudi oil family?" And Gary Cole's impressed that his yogurt-shilling daughter knows this information. She says she has to go to work