Sarah gets ready for her big night out. We get gratuitous shots of her in her matching black lace underwear. Reminding me for the second time in two minutes that this show is totally geared towards seventeen-year old boys. Meanwhile Casey is preparing for his big night out of killing Chuck. Casey target practices on photos of bin Laden, Hitler, spares Reagan, and totally misses Chuck. Hmm. Does that mean Chuck and Reagan have something in common besides lovely locks? Does Casey love Chuck? Ho yay!
Chuck is ready to leave for his date, but his sister grabs him for a last second heart to heart. She wants to know if he has had any more revelations or big ideas about what he wants to be when he grows up. He suggests secret agent and she laughs. Ha ha, joke's on her, eh? Chuck wants to finish college and learn an obscure language and he definitely doesn't want to work at the Buy More for another week. She's impressed with his grown-upiness. To ward off any future signs of adulthood, Morgan shows up and asks Chuck to blow off his date in order to play video games. Chuck giggles. Of course he's going to ruin his one chance with Sarah to play a video game with Morgan. Of course he is!
There's a knock at Casey's door. He scans the deliveryman for weapons, checks his verification code and hands over the Cipher. When he notices that there is no back up the deliveryman gasses him. Uh oh! Do we suddenly have a need for two Intersects? Task accomplished, the deliveryman calls his contact. It's Michael Clarke Duncan. He tells the deliveryman that he has two more targets: Sarah and Chuck. Chuck rings Sarah's doorbell. As Chuck has promised no gun fights on this date, Sarah leaves her gun sitting on her dresser. The camera zooms in on it and stays there for about ten minutes. That's a lot of foreshadowing that is. Watch out for falling anvils!