Justin's leading Ellie into a supposed CIA building, which she says looks just like a regular office building. He says that's sort of the point with the "CIA": Nothing's what it seems. He takes her into a room and asks if she contacted her dad. He says she did, with a coded classified message. She shows it to him, and Justin says that's perfect because they can protect him as soon as they know where he lives. Ellie wonders what about John Casey, the double agent. Justin tells her not to worry, since he hasn't been dangerous so far, but he gives her a speaker to protect her. But it's not just a speaker, he says: It also blocks Casey's audio and visual reads on the courtyard. Oh, and he can call her. He trusts her, right? She says she does.
Speaking of trust, Sarah's lecturing Chuck at Castle for not trusting her with the information about his Shaw dream. She reminds him (or new and forgetful viewers) that Doc said his dreams can be as real as his flashes. Casey comes in and says he's not letting Chuck go to General Redhead until they know for sure. Casey ran a scan and there's no use of any known aliases, so he thinks Sarah is their best chance of finding them, since she has an intimate knowledge of him. Chuck's not sure "intimate" is the right word, but Casey continues that Chuck and Sarah can go to the places they went together, and maybe he'll flash on something. Chuck pretends he's totally okay with that, but shakes and twitches and protests through all the discussions about where to go to see if he flashes. When Sarah finally mentions Shaw's penthouse at the Hoth Building, Chuck flashes on a safe Shaw had the CIA construct in said penthouse. So, that's where they'll go.