Western gunfight music starts up as Morgan walks toward Anna. Apparently this is a showdown. But before he gets to her, Lester and Jeff step in front of Morgan and ask if he's "seen her." They lead him to the Audio Install room, where a 1981 DeLorean DMC ("only 9,000 made," according to Jeff) is sitting. It's just like the car from Back to the Future, but without the Porsche engine that car had, according to this one's owner. He's hoping the iPod adapter he's having added will help him sell it. Morgan can't believe he can't sell this "treasure." The owner points out that the passenger door doesn't work, the gas mileage is horrible, and if it actually goes over 22 mph, it stalls. Morgan says he'll take it.
Chuck walks up to Sarah's hotel room as she and her dad argue about him inside. Gary Cole says Chuck's a "schnook," but Sarah sticks up for him. Gary Cole also tells her Chuck has $2,200 to his name, which he knows because he stole Chuck's ATM card last night. Sarah asks what now that he knows Chuck's broke? Um, I would like to point out that $2,200 is not broke. Granted, it's not nest egg or retirement fund, but it's not broke. There are people with overdrawn bank accounts who can't pay their bills, and at least $2,200 is something. It's no million dollars stolen from a sheik, but still. But Gary Cole says now he's even more worried. He's going to get a cab, and bumps into Chuck on his way out. Chuck pretends he just got there, and Gary Cole greets him nicely with, "Charlie!" And then he tells Chuck he looks sharp, which he does. Chuck walks in and Sarah gives him his ATM card back. Chuck can't blame Gary Cole for being protective of Sarah, and Sarah says she's attributing good qualities to Gary Cole because Chuck himself is a good person. Chuck tells her he couldn't have been all bad, judging by how she turned out. She gives him a big, totally sincere smile. They're completely in love.
At dinner, Gary Cole is sharing his and Sarah's conning stories from her youth. He tells Chuck people would actually think her arm was broken, and she's like, "Because it was." But only that one time, Sarah. Don't complain about it! Gary Cole tells her that no kid had as much fun as she did, which is probably true, actually. Because Sarah's not asking Gary Cole the stuff Agent Redhead wanted her too, Chuck starts in, asking what Gary Cole's latest score is from Dubai. Gary Cole wonders if it's okay to talk to Chuck, and Sarah tells him to trust her. He says, "Always, darling. Never forget that." Then he tells them how he got the money from the sheik. He pulled a Lichtenstein. That's an invention of Gary Cole's in which he uses this fake billionaire character, Lichtenstein, to sell things, like art, jewelry, a boat, etc. Gary Cole tells her this time it's that skyscraper behind them: Nagamichi Plaza (I thought it was Nakamichi, but I'm trusting my captions on this one). Sarah tells him this is really dangerous, but Gary Cole tells her to relax, because the $700,000 was just a finder's fee for putting the sheik in touch with Lichtenstein, and he'll be long gone by the time they know what happened.