Casey smokes a cigar as people work to get the crate open, but when they do, it's only got a camera on a tripod inside. Sarah seethes that "they" knew they were coming. And they didn't bake a cake? How rude!
Lou calls ninety-six, and Chuck, who now looks to be the only customer left, starts to apologize, but Lou shortly tells him she's working, so does he want a sandwich or what? Figuring he's done his penance at this point, Chuck shifts gears, comes around the counter, and basically gives her flirtatious sandwich-making orders ("This is a hot sandwich, sweetheart" is the best of the bunch) until she takes the flowers and plants one on him. Not quite Like Water For Chocolate, but I still cheered.
Yari and Stavros are watching the tape, and Yari wonders how the agents knew the shipment was coming. Stavros claims not to know, and Yari holds up the guitar-mike and tells him to find out whose it is and bring it to him. So it looks like Stavros is playing some kind of game, because I can't imagine he doesn't recognize the thing as belonging to Chuck. Particularly when it afforded him the opening for such a bon mot!
Chuck wakes up from what looks like an "I just got laid" dream; in the bathroom, he then compliments himself out loud in the mirror, only to jump out of his skin when Casey calls to him, "Hey, loverboy! Hasn't that mirror suffered enough already?" Once again, he's wrong on the merits, but his bitchiness score sees him through. It's like a skater who keeps falling down in an extremely artistic manner. Chuck points out that he's in the bathroom, and asks if there's nothing sacred to Casey, who's got Sarah with him. Casey: "Just the right to bear arms." Hee. Chuck leads them into the kitchen (I guess Ellie and Awesome are supposed to be at work, but it seems odd that no one even mentions it in passing) as he tells them they look like shit, and Casey speculates that that might be because they were up all night explaining the botched mission to their bosses -- as Sarah explains, someone set them up, and Casey suspects Lou. Chuck thinks that accusation is ludicrous "and quite frankly beneath you, Sarah," but Casey produces pictures that show Lou meeting up with Stavros at the docks -- after her date with Chuck. Chuck, reasonably convincingly, says he's sure Lou has a perfectly reasonable explanation, and Casey seethes, "Good. Can't wait to hear it." Sarah gets in on the act, too, as she tells Chuck to keep the photo. "We have plenty more."