Castle. General Redhead congratulates Casey on his success getting the Basque terrorists. He thanks her, and then credits Morgan with being quite helpful. She says an unlikely pair often produces successful results. She dismisses them both, but Morgan steps forward to make a plea for Chuck and Sarah. He doesn't make it far before she orders Casey to get him out of here. She asks Chuck and Sarah to explain, and they both take the fall for the other one. She asks if they both think she's an idiot. They don't, so she says not to lie. So Chuck grabs Sarah's hand and starts to tell her about them, but she says she doesn't want to know all the details. He says she wanted them to be honest, and they want to be, but she says, "No!" Sarah says, "General, Chuck and I are dating. Exclusively." She rolls her eyes, as Chuck and Sarah look at each other and beam. She cautions them that allowing their private life to interfere with their professional life can be dangerous. "But, off the record, it's about damn time." She speaks for all of us when she says that. They start to kiss, and Chuck sees Ellie's apartment door. He says he forgot she was leaving, and takes off.
When he shows up, there's no one there, but the DVD Awesome recorded at the going-away party is. He watches it, and it's a very drunk Ellie slurring that she never has asked Chuck for anything, and all she wanted was a chance to tell him goodbye, but he couldn't give her that. She walks in while he's watching it, and says she forgot her phone. She thinks she's still a little drunk. He apologizes for not being here, but she says it's okay; he missed one party. The truth is, she's upset with herself for leaving her little brother. He assures her he's not so little anymore. She hugs him and they both cry. Sarah walks up, and Chuck tells her she should know she's not leaving him alone. Ellie glows and asks if they're back together. Chuck: "We're together." Sarah smiles.