Chuck doesn't have time to get mopey, though, because just then the mole shows up at the restaurant. Since the mole works for the CIA, the cover is a simple exchange of information between agents. The mole splits for the restroom and Chuck follows. We see that Sarah is parked on a bench watching the events unfurl. Chuck and his gun are tackled in the restroom by the mole, who is now wielding a knife. Chuck gets sliced, he flashes and captures the guy. But he won't kill him. He'll arrest him instead! Yeah, that's the ticket! Obviously this doesn't go well, and the mole makes a break for it using some human shields, kicking a puppy, punting a kitty, and running out into the train yard with Chuck in hot pursuit. Sarah follows quickly after and they all play hide-and-seek among the train cars, which looks like fun if it weren't for all the guns. Chuck finally gets the guy in his sights, and he starts pleading for his life. Chuck's finger is on the trigger... and a shot is fired. Only Chuck didn't do it. Casey knew something was up and followed Chuck to the train yard. When the time came, he fired the money shot. Chuck knows he didn't do it, but Sarah is all choked up when she reports to Shaw that Chuck is a spy. Also, a real boy. Also, a man. Does she have to buy him a Bar Mitzvah present now?
Chuck meets up with Casey to discuss the situation in re he didn't actually pass his Red Test. Since as a civilian, killing people is frowned upon, Casey can't have Chuck telling anyone, including Sarah, that he did it. Chuck wants to know why Casey did it, and Casey shrugs that he knew Chuck wasn't going to and because he is just a little bit A SOCIOPATH. No matter what clothes he is wearing, he seems to kind of like shooting people. Hahahahahaha cold-blooded killers are funny when they are Adam Baldwin. Chuck nods, because he totally gets it. Later, Chuck calls Sarah, but she doesn't answer. He sees YET ANOTHER BLUE SPARKLY BUBBLE ENVELOPE, making me think that the CIA shops at Big Lots or Costco instead of just bulk at Hallmark, because that is a LOT of blue sparkly bubble envelopes. Inside the package is another recorded message from The General welcoming him to the agency. There is a badge and a plane ticket in the envelope, too. They want Chuck to fly to D.C. for his final induction. The message self destructs and Chuck reaches for his phone again. To try and reach Sarah. Again. He wants to tell her that they want him to fly to D.C. tonight, but she lets it go to voicemail. She is too upset at the MONSTER he has become and she blames herself for his transformation. Shaw is trying to comfort her, but he is also trying to find out whether she is still in love with Chuck. Sarah claims that she's not in love with him anymore, but there is something in her voice and mannerisms that implies that if she found out Chuck didn't actually pull the trigger that she would or at least could fall in love with him again. So door's open! Sarah then tearfully recounts her Red Test and explains that she has never been the same since. It was the worst day of her life. She walks off in tears. Meanwhile Chuck is waiting for Sarah so when there's a knock on the door he eagerly runs for it. It's not Sarah. It's a messenger: his flight to D.C. is in an hour. Is he ready?