Casey's smoking a cigar in a café somewhere in Paris, talking to General Redhead on his computer. She tells him they've been over this (so, presumably, he's called before) and he no longer works for her -- unless there's a sale at the Buy More. Oh, look at General Redhead being all snarky. He just nods and smokes, then shows General Redhead the Ring director (and how cool is it for Jayne to finally have the upper hand with freaking Badger?)passed out next to him. She asks what he wants for him, and Casey says he's like full reinstatement, his old rank back, a new Crown Victoria, and "a request you're probably not going to like." Cut to Morgan begging Big Mike for his job back. Big Mike hesitates, but is of course delighted to have him. He hadn't even opened the job up to others because he was waiting for Morgan. He calls Morgan "Son" and asks him to call him "Dad" or "Papi." Morgan's like, "Dad. I like that one." You know, between those two, I think I do too. When Morgan leaves Big Mike's office, his cell phone rings. It's General Redhead asking for Morgan. He's like, "Yeah. Who dis?" She identifies herself and then offers Morgan a job on Team Bartowski. Which is so ridiculous that it works on this show. He tells her he'll go quit his job again, but she says Buy More will be his cover, so that won't be necessary. She also tells him to thank Colonel Casey. Morgan: "Aye, aye, Captain." General Redhead: "General. It's General." Then he calls her sir, and ma'am, and she hangs up.
At a fancy hotel room in Paris, Sarah wakes up in what looks like the most comfortable bed in the world. Chuck asks how she feels, and she wonders what happened with Agent Superman. Chuck tells her he's dead, and he's sorry. Her fuzzy memories come together, as she pieces together the café, the bridge, and Agent Superman trying to kill her. Then, finally, that Chuck killed him. He says he's sorry, but he promises he's the same guy. She says, "You saved me," and they start kissing. But then the computer on the bed turns on and General Redhead starts talking. She tells them they did excellent work, but she wants them back to Burbank ASAP; it's something about Peruvian assassins. Sarah turns the computer around while she's talking, and then she closes it as General Redhead asks for her people to fix the connection so she can get in contact with Sarah and Chuck again. Chuck's not sure, but Sarah tells him to shut up and kiss her. He does, and then they go under the covers as the camera pans down, past Chuck's Chuck Taylors and to the Eiffel Tower out the window. That feels like the longest wait for characters to hook up in the history of television. Maybe I'm just a geeky, desperate shipper, but I don't think so because I never even hated Shaw. Even in this episode, I had sympathy. I mean, what's a guy to do when he finds out who killed his wife? It's almost romantic in its own way. How about a spin-off about his backstory and his search for his wife's killer. As long as he's shirtless a lot, that's sure to be a hit.