...but that doesn't stop him from grabbing the gun and pointing it at the doc. He doubts Chuck's resolve and makes a grab for it, and the thing goes off, hitting the pilot. After some nerd-bitchery and helicopter-lurching, the doc hits his head on the ceiling and gets knocked out, so it's up to Chuck to fly the thing, which isn't lost on Sarah and Casey, the latter of whom calls Chuck, who seems to have a Bluetooth-type earpiece? When Chuck picks up, Casey grits, "I told you to stay in the car!" Hee. Thanks, Grumpy Dad. Casey tries to tell Chuck how to fly the copter, but Chuck's too freaked out to listen to technical instructions, and Casey quickly gets frustrated. I know, who would have believed it? Sarah then takes over and soothingly tells Chuck things will be okay; she asks him which flying games he's played, and when he mentions "Apache Chopper Patrol," she tells him to pretend he's playing that game in his bedroom and none of this is real. She doesn't add that he doesn't get a reset, but even in his panicked state he probably knows that. Anyway, it's all very tense if you haven't watched TV before, but Chuck does bring it in for a bumpy but successful landing. He gets out, and Casey goes to check on the doc while Sarah berates Chuck for putting himself at risk, saying he compromised everything when he stopped trusting her. Casey: "And when you got out of the car!" Hee. Sometimes I like a man who doesn't know how to let things go. Chuck apologizes, but Sarah isn't mollified, saying she's not Bryce, and she can't believe he'd think she'd betray him. Someone has attended the Chris Meloni on SVU school of Taking! It! Personally! Seriously, I'm okay with her feeling hurt, but at the same time, YOU'RE A SPY. Shut up your whining. She walks away, and Casey adds, "Way to go, ace."
Episode Report CardCouch Baron: B+ | 2983 USERS: B+
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