CASEY and Morgan are getting on the train (that was a fast flight to Europe, wasn't it?). Casey's annoyed at Morgan's huge backpack and Canadian flag, but he's all about being a proper tourist since he's barely been out of Burbank. They split up and search the train: Morgan has sleeping compartments and Casey has the dining car. Which is where Sarah's acting like a perfectly obnoxious Southern belle. She runs over to introduce her husband to the guys whose room she barged into. The terrorists are very nice and polite, even when she spills their drink. Chuck tells them that "Mr. Charlie Charles doesn't spill a drink onto another man's cheese tray without getting him a new drink." Then he gets one, presumably to lace with the sleeping pills.
Ellie and Awesome are alone next to a Jeffster!-occupied stage in their apartment entrance. Ellie wonders why they need a rehearsal anyway, and even Awesome looks annoyed. Jeff quickly blows the amp with his piano-guitar, and he says they need Chuck to fix it. Ellie gets flustered: "No, we don't need Chuck." She tells them they'll figure something else out, so Lester sends Jeff home after their turtlenecks and says they're going unplugged tonight. He takes a big swig of his drink, which Awesome tells him is just lime juice. Back on the train, Chuck gives the terrorists their laced drinks and then steals his wife away. They leave them with a "cheers" then talk about what a great team they are before they start to kiss at their own table. Which is the perfect time for Casey to enter, disgusted: "Oh, god." He sits down, and they wonder what he's doing here and he says he's putting to rest any ideas they have of making this a permanent vacation. They fill him in quietly and quickly on the Basque terrorist, but Casey's not buying it. When the first terrorist passes out, Juan Diego gets what's going on and takes off. But Casey handcuffs Chuck and Sarah together, so they can't go after him. But they can. They punch him simultaneously with a "Sorry," and take off.