"I can take care of these [...] people without you holding my hand!" he shouts. "[Risking your life is] what I do! I'm a spy!" And Sarah's so overtaken with worry (60% girlfriend, 30% handler, only about 10% actual emasculation) that she accidentally drops the curtain for a second and yells, "NO, CHUCK, YOU'RE NOT!" Everybody's nuts shrivel, even the General's, at this awful truth, and Sarah backtracks and eats shit with amazing dexterity: "Not... Right now?"
Which is the nicest possible way to say it besides the actual truth, which is that you don't ask a dance major to do your taxes or your lawyer to build you some furniture, unless they've gone through CPA training or carpentry apprenticeship. Levi's acting here is truly remarkable, I mean he must have been planning for this scene since the show was invented, given what's at stake here, but it's really gorgeous and kind of heartbreaking. I rewound it several times just to see all the twitches in there: He's angry, but not so angry that he looks stupid, and he's hurt, but not so hurt that he looks weak, and he's scared, but not so scared that he's going to let you see it, and his worse fears have been vindicated, but not so much so that it makes him look sexist or shitty. Just a beautiful, scary moment.
But the General's had it with the pussyfooting around this business, and finally finally sends Sarah to Gstaad. Chuck's mouth hanging open, tears in his eyes, and Sarah's just like, "Look, I will grovel about this shit later, but right now I have to get on a supersonic jet and we can work out our power issues when I get there, because even though it's not really about me at this point, it's about you, which makes it about me because I love you and I'm just really, really sorry."
From the heights to the depths: Back at Buy More they're luring Greta to the Cage with a product-placed sandwich, so Morgan tries to beat her there before she can kill them, but of course Greta gets there and pulls her knife -- meaning she's the one that's blowing the CIA facility's cover at this point, at least until they are dead in a second -- so Morgan whines and wriggles and tries to resolve it without using any of the actual words, like "spy" or "assassin" or "massive coverup" or anything like that... (One awesome Jeffster joke, sent Lester's way: "Do you want to die with your wig on or off?") And then Jayne Cobb shows up and calls out in his best CIA voice, "Stand down. Stand down." And River stands down, and Casey produces all this insta-evidence that she was stealing from the store and is a weird knife-wielding thief, so Morgan goose-steps her out of there, and it's sort of great. Except for the part where Jeffster lives. Or is on this show, ever.