At the Buy More, Big Mike finds pouting Lester and tells him he wants to help him be the man he ought to be. Lester says it's too late, because Jeff's going to be big here and then big in Japan, and then it's over. Big Mike asks him if he didn't see the banner Jeff made that said, "Jeff?" as if it were a question. Lester says he won't bow down to the man, but Mike says he's not "the man," just "a man," who once had a dream too. He says that, for a short time, in 1988, he was the Rain in Earth, Wind, Fire, and Rain. He gives Lester a shiny gold outfit that he can't wear anymore. He tells Lester that he has the hips of a six-year-old girl. "Use them." Lester takes it and asks where he signs.
Morgan grabs Casey in the Buy More and tells him he talked to Awesome and, if Awesome would have him, he'd let him. In other words: It pains him to say it, but if there's a problem here, it's on Ellie's side. Morgan asks why he's doing this, and Casey says he gave Chuck his word Ellie would be safe. Uh, actually, you promised to shadow her, which you're not doing so great at. Morgan tells Casey that Ellie's at work and Awesome's volunteering at the animal shelter (but of course he is), so the apartment's empty. Casey heads over to check it out. He goes upstairs and then Ellie comes home, on the phone with Justin. She tells him he can come there because Awesome won't be home so it's totally safe. Justin's on his way, but Ellie hears footsteps upstairs. She asks how close he is, and Justin tells her to go to the speaker and open it. She pulls out a gun, but says she can't. Justin tells her that someone's in her house and could hurt her or her family. She puts down the phone and holds the gun as Casey sneaks down the stairs. Ellie's hiding behind a column in the room when Casey comes up. She bashes him over the head with a frying pan, then runs out, into Justin's arms. He tells her she's safe and to come with him. Casey's knocked out on the floor.
When Chuck gets ready for bed, he sees Sarah sitting seriously on the end of the bed and asks what's wrong. She tells him she's been thinking about what his dad said about the life they've chosen not being safe and he's right. So she's giving him her spy will. He asks why, and she says it's her, everything she knows, so if anything happens to her she wants him to have it. He says nothing's going to happen to her; she's not going anywhere; and neither is he. Ellie, however, might be a different story, because Justin tells her everything's good and she's saved and protected everyone and has been brave. He tells her he'll be back soon, and then leaves and locks her in the room. She doesn't know it yet, though.