Chuck's on the phone with General Redhead (and not just any phone, but a red European phone booth), who's scolding him for taking Arnaldo into custody without contacting her first. She's sending more Interpol agents to get Arnaldo, and asks Chuck not to assault them. He tries to explain that they didn't assault those others; just knocked them out with pharmaceutical narcotics, but that's not helping. She tells him to keep Arnaldo safe until the Interpol agents get there, then get back to Burbank immediately, with a good explanation for ... But his phone runs out of money and he tells everyone they get to hang out here for a little longer, so it's like vacay.
Juan Diego's in the unluckiest seat ever, in a coffee shop, listening to Morgan whine to Chuck about how he can't believe he's just quitting. He can't even enjoy his so-delicious-it's-like-it's-straight-from-a-cow cappuccino. Morgan asks Chuck how he can leave without saying goodbye to Ellie, but Chuck says she's going away to do something she wants to do, and he's happy for her and Devin. At another table, Casey's giving Sarah the same lecture. He thinks she's throwing away her life for Chuck, but she says they're making a life, and they are not going back. Casey says he won't stop her, unless she wants him to, because he knows what it's like to make a choice like this. Both Chuck and Sarah say they choose each other over being a spy. Arnaldo speaks up and asks Chuck if it has to be a choice. And Casey says the same thing. Then they both say it's what the other one wants. Morgan asks Chuck to make sure it's what Sarah wants first. Casey tells them to go now before the other Interpol team gets here. They're both like, "Right now?" Arnaldo wants them all to have cake together first. The real bad guy (the fake Canadian) leaves the coffee shop. They all say goodbye, and we're supposed to be sad, but -- DUH! -- we all know this is a fake-out, so it's sort of hard to care. The Charleses leave, with one sad look back.