Volkoff and Sarah are just about to discuss how she can be of use to the organization when Mary comes striding in on a wave of apparent distrust. Sarah tries to tell her that her own traitorous actions served as an inspiration, but Mary doesn't appear to be buying, and pulls Volkoff aside to tell him that Sarah will betray him. Volkoff, however, relishes the idea of converting Sarah to the level of loyalty that Mary herself seems to possess, and opines that she could be very useful, so Mary gets an idea and suggests they send Sarah to break "Yuri" out of prison. Volkoff loves the suggestion, and tells Sarah she's going to break out "Yuri The Gobbler," who's so named because he eats people. "Basically, it's a suicide mission." But a delicious suicide mission. Sarah barely raises an eyebrow at the nature of the errand, although I'd be surprised if she doesn't end up rubbing compost all over her body as a precaution.
Chuck is listening to his phone emit a series of beeps that sound like it's receiving a very complicated fax, and when Morgan enters and is like, "Um, dude?" Chuck explains that the CIA developed a "tonal language" that only he and Sarah understand, and okay, I could maybe accept that the Intersect is allowing Chuck to translate this without benefit of any decoder, but I don't care what kind of super-spy she is, Sarah understanding this with just her own ears is up there with the most ridiculous ideas ever on this show, which is saying a lot. (Of course, the ridiculous ideas are just part of the fun of this program, but let's admit it when they occur.) Alex then appears, and Chuck goes into full-on Nerd Panic as he whispers to Morgan that she's got on his "previously unworn original-issue Zemeckis-authenticated Back To The Future T-shirt!" Morgan visibly tenses up, but even though, in a long, operatic (seriously, with opera music and everything) scene, she drips orange juice and pizza sauce (hey, that's breakfast in a pinch) dangerously close to the prized possession, when he sees her, he unclenches, because, as Chuck points out, he is in love, so much so that he's not embarrassed to tell Chuck that he's going back to bed for "more snuggling." Aw. If this relationship ends, though, he's going to wish that shirt were still in its original packaging.