...and I knew where this was going before we even cut to the shop, but first we hear Chuck groaning in satisfaction, and then we pan sideways to see him eating a large sandwich. Funny enough, but, like I said: predictable. However, things change when Chuck looks over at the bulletin board and sees a flyer for a place called "Club Ares" with the name "Stavros Demetrios" on it; he flashes to a Homeland Security file that identifies Stavros as a smuggler. Chuck asks Lou about it, and after a little hemming and hawing, she admits that Stavros is her ex-boyfriend, and he owns the place; also, he's kind of the insanely jealous type. "Believe me, the last thing you want is that lunatic swimming around in your head. In a file that you downloaded from the CIA." Well, not really, but it's about the only way that line could have been more on-the-nose. Credits.
The three operatives (I'm lumping Chuck in there from now on; it's easier) are getting a briefing about Stavros; he's a "handsome" (having seen him at this point, I'm thinking it's been a while for the General) playboy who owns a bunch of L.A. clubs, and is the son of "Yari Demetrios," the shipping magnate. Also, they know that a volatile package is on its way to L.A., and the cargo is time-sensitive, which, given the Demetrios's connections to the Middle East, could definitely indicate a weapon. Sarah tells Chuck they'll need him to get as close to Stavros as possible. Three-way it is, then. Chuck doesn't want to drag Lou into it, but is overruled.
Lester and Jeff are standing too close for comfort. Well, my comfort, anyway, which is all that matters, especially since Jeff is checking Lester's breath to make sure it's up to code. I have a feeling that's like consulting Gilbert Gottfried to make sure your voice isn't too annoying, but I suppose the fact he's trying at all is more than we might have expected. When Lester's gone, Morgan complains to Jeff that they're stuck with no one, but Jeff says he going to "tag" Anna, the Asian chick who shows up every once in a while. Unfortunately for Jeff, one of those times is right now, as she whirls around in a nearby chair and says he makes her sick, and she'd rather get with Morgan. Morgan's eyebrow is like, "Sproing!" Which is nice, because it means his dick has company.
Lester comes into Wienerlicious, and Sarah brightly greets him as "Larry." Heh. He tries to smoove his way into her skirt, but she jumps up on the counter and wraps her legs around him, saying that she knows what he wants, and they could go through all the motions, but why not just go for it, right here, right now? Lester almost hyperventilates before pretending to hear Jeff calling him and running out of there as fast as his tiny legs can carry him. Seriously, I never noticed it before, but Chuck positively towers over him. Also, HEE, Sarah. I've heard the expression "You wouldn't know what to do with me," but I've never seen it acted out in quite so pointed a manner. Sarah gleefully watches him go, but then sees Lou, holding a sandwich bag, passing by, and before she can think better of it, she calls her name. Lou enters somewhat warily, and when Sarah tells her Chuck's a great guy and not to hurt him, Lou nervously says she wasn't planning to and bails.