First of all, thanks to Tippi for filling in on the recaplet. And no thanks to the Trail Blazers for making it this far in their NBA playoff series. Could the Suns please just put them out of my misery now, so my TV can resume its regularly scheduled shows? A few things Chuck wants us to know: Morgan became a member of Operation Bartowski. General Redhead wanted Chuck and Sarah back ASAP, but they wanted sex instead.
Now: A poor man's Donald Sutherland makes sure we know he has a weapon, then he knocks on Sarah's train car and offers to carve the meal he's delivered. Sarah tries to get him to leave, because she's with Chuck. More and more room service, until an unshaven Chuck answers and the guy tells Chuck about their dining car. But Chuck says he really likes it in here. Then he asks Sarah about music, but that's not on the top of her list. He'd like to work on that, but instead they make out. Until his phone rings. It's General Redhead, which is funny because it says "Encrypted," but there's a photo of her. Sarah says they were expected back by now, and they can't just NOT go back. But he disagrees, since no one really needs them. They agree to quit the spy life with a very cute, "Do you agree to quit the spy life with me?" "I do." Back at Castle, General Redhead tells Casey that they're AWOL, but she's coming to him since he has access to a "unique resource": Morgan. She thinks his "oddly co-dependent" relationship with Chuck will help them find Chuck.
Ellie's packing. Or, rather, unpacking Awesome's weights, which she tells him are not coming with them to Africa. Especially with the airline weight limits, duh. She looks out the window at Chuck's door and Awesome tells her not to worry: He'll be at their going-away party. She's all, "Whatever. I'm sure what he's doing at Buy More Corporate is very important." Cut to Lyon, France, where Chuck and Sarah are finally in the dining car. Room service guy approaches them and Chuck stumbles into introducing himself as Charles Charles. They are The Charleses. On their honeymoon. Room service guy seems to buy it, but after he's gone, Chuck berates his lame cover story. Sarah says she has a lot of stamps in her passport, but this is the first time she's actually seeing Europe. She suggests skiing in the Alps, but he'd rather catch a lot of great concerts. And if Europe gets boring (yeah, that always happens), there's always Canada. As long as they're together. Then Sarah grabs her knife as suspicious-looking guys walk in (we know they're suspicious because of the black they're wearing). Chuck flashes on them. She hides a knife under the table as they toast to "not being spies" and both pretend they don't know those are bad guys. Oh, Mr. & Mrs. Charles, just kick their asses. You know you want to. Opening Cake credits.