Sarah and Casey arrive in the attic and ask if Chuck's okay. He says he is. Casey feels Bernie and says it's Chuck's first kill, but Chuck says he didn't kill anyone. Sarah says Bernie might have had a heart attack, but Casey would like to know the name of the girlie move Chuck was doing when they were headed up the stairs. Chuck's all, "The Morgan." Sarah's incredulous, so Chuck explains Morgan invented it in high school when girls were beating him up; he'd hide his face and his crotch and duck a little bit. He asks what they're going to do. Next thing we see is Chuck, Casey, and Sarah carrying Bernie out of the house, pretending he's drunk instead of dead, a la Weekend at Bernie's. Chuck looks back to see Jill hugging her parents warmly, as they tell her how much they love her. It's touching, because you know she and Chuck both know it might be the last time she sees them. Casey tells Chuck good job at offing the only person who knows where his dad is.
Anna walks in to the Buy More in a sort-of dressy outfit. It's dressy for her, at least. But still a short, short skirt, with attitude. She tells Morgan that everyone looks great. Lester says he might look good, but he feels like an idiot. Jeff says that if anyone hears about this, his rep is ruined. Morgan assures them this is what they need to do to get rid of Buster. They're both in dress coats with combed hair. And Jeff's wearing glasses on one of those cords you use to wear glasses around your neck. Buster and the corporate guy come by, and they all sing his praises. Lester does it with a British accent, and Jeff does it -- as he does everything -- totally inappropriately. He says he can't tell the guy how many times he defiled himself at work before Buster came along and cured him of it. Now he only defiles himself at home or in the car, but never the Nerd Herder. Lester even gives Buster a "Captain, my captain." Buster leaves and Lester tells Morgan he better be right about this.
At Castle, Sarah's getting off the phone with General Redhead, who's apparently ordered Jill back to prison, because the Bernie thing didn't work out. Chuck thinks that's not fair, since it wasn't Jill's fault that Bernie betrayed her. Sarah reminds Chuck that Jill's a Fulcrum agent. He says that's why they need her: She knows Fulcrum. He tells Sarah he's sorry Jill tried to kill her, but she's their best chance to find his father. Sarah tells Chuck there are some people you just can't trust. He says he already knows that, and doesn't trust anyone except for Sarah. Right now he needs Sarah to trust him, because Jill's the only way he can get his dad back. She says the answer is no.