Buy More. Morgan wants to have a heart-to-heart about how Casey lied to him, and how is he supposed to be a better spy if he has to be the magnet, or wait in the car, or be lied to by his partner and friend? Casey grunts and leaves. Which is the perfect opportunity for Chuck to invite Morgan on his next mission. Morgan wonders if he gets to parachute out of a plane onto a wild horse. Chuck: "You do not. But you do get to wear an earpiece." That's quite enough for Morgan.
Cut to the bar where they're meeting Tuttle. Morgan's going to sit at the bar with an earpiece, to be Chuck's eyes and ears. He needs to be unnoticed, but Morgan's not exactly subtle with his spy poses and chatting with Chuck through their ear pieces. He tells Chuck about their fight: He says he explained to Sarah that, by not believing in Chuck, Sarah betrayed his trust and his family. As Chuck starts to get mad and ask why he'd do that, Morgan's ear piece acts up and he drops it in his water. It's wacky Morgan hijincks as he drinks a whole glass of water but it's refilled before he can fish the thing out. He takes the glass of water into the bathroom. Which is, of course, when Tuttle (Timothy Dalton) comes up and sticks a knife in Chuck's neck, immediately noticing his earpiece. Chuck knows he's Tuttle, but can't come up with the phrase immediately. While he tries to remember and perhaps even ask Morgan, Morgan's blow-drying his ear piece. Chuck remembers "per fas et nefas" and Tuttle breathes a sigh of relief. He says he wouldn't have been able to rip out Chuck's throat anyway; he's just a handler for MI-6. Tuttle wonders where Frost is, and Chuck says she's in custody. Tuttle says Volkoff will know and will start with whoever Frost was with last: "Please don't tell me it was you." Just then, Ana Gasteyer shows up (less than an hour before she was also on the Women of SNL special) and shoots them both with tranq darts. When Morgan finally comes out, all that's left is Chuck's ear piece.