Sarah texts Chuck that she'll be there soon, and he fumes at her gorgeous picture on the phone, and then beautiful Riggle sees the Belgian enter the vault on their cameras. He and his body man run for the gondola, which Riggle pronounces a whole new other way again, and Chuck wants to wait for Sarah but Riggle reminds him that this whole episode is about not waiting for Sarah, so they head off to "be heroes." Which Chuck immediately realizes he's been fooled into extreme Dangertown, but one thing about Chuck: He doesn't back down until maximum comedy potential has been reached.
Greta points out that, though Colonel Casey is quite admirable, the Buy More outpost and its personnel are... Unprofessional, to say the least. Which is what happens when you turn a dork haven into a CIA facility and forget to tell anybody that's what you're doing, I guess. Casey gives a whole speech that goes, "This episode was about me reintegrating with the team emotionally, and so I have done. Here are a bunch of lies about how great Team Castlemore is, and piss on your 'facts' and 'logical proof' that we're not actually spies just because we are not spies." Hugs all around, he is mean to her and they growl at each other like animals until she leaves, tail between her shapely legs even though she is right, Morgan commences climbing all over Casey's face and jock, and everything is back to normal.
But then suddenly Charles Carmichael is decrypted from the secret of the microdot. He's one of the assets/photographs that the Belgian was selling. So even though the Belgian was at the sale and totally saw everybody in the audience, he didn't notice that Chuck was A) the Intersect or B) in Gstaad until it was convenient for the plot that he do so. So now suddenly Chuck is in terrible danger and must not apprehend the Belgian. Casey calls Sarah, Sarah calls Chuck, but Riggle wrestles the phone away from him and tells Sarah to quit bugging them and acting all paternalistic, and hangs up.
"You don't need Sarah. This is all you. Last chance, Chuck. On or off?" Once again Chuck chooses hope over wisdom, but it takes all of five seconds for the Belgian to prove that this was the wrong call: "Agent Carmichael's coming with me. The asset in your head is worth far more than the entire list embedded in these microchips!" See, for me that would do it. I don't want heroism, or to believe in myself anymore than I do -- which is to a fault already -- but should Richard Chamberlain have the opportunity to yell at me something like "The asset in your head is worth far more than the entire list embedded in these microchips!" I would consider it a life well-lived.