He arrives in Castle, where he opens up the laptop, which tells him to "Identify" and "Hold very still." It IDs him as Chuck and then a computerized version of Orion starts talking to Chuck, as The Mummy starts unzipping himself from a body bag in the background. Chuck tells Orion he wants the Intersect out of his head, and they set up a meeting in an hour. Orion puts the address on the screen, saying they have much to discuss. He closes with "Orion, out." Chuck weakly says, "Chuck, out." And then The Mummy, who's found a gun already, has it pointed at Chuck, who can't believe he's not dead.
The Mummy explains the modified poison extracted from blowfish that he ingested earlier. Fulcrum agents are taught to survive its near death. Chuck says that sounds like a fun class, but The Mummy says, "Not really." Chuck gets up when told to, and spins the computer table around when doing so. It looks intentional to those of us who know Chuck, but The Mummy doesn't.
At Casey's, Sarah's sitting sadly apart from Casey and Agent Redhead, who's saying she doesn't care what Chuck thinks he wants; she wants Orion. Sarah stands up and says that Chuck has risked his life for this country, but he's not a spy and he knows it. Agent Redhead says he's a spy until she says he's not. Sarah says that Chuck knows Orion's out there and he's not going to just sit in his room and do what they tell him. Realization flashes across her face. She asks where Chuck is, so Casey checks his watch GPS, which has him in his room. Sarah says this is Chuck, who would have come up with some excuse to come out and meet Agent Redhead. Casey agrees, adding that Chuck's a social butterfly by nature. They check his room cam, and no one's there. They check Castle, where they see him being led out at gunpoint by The Mummy. They run the tape back and see the computer screen address that Chuck spun to leave them a clue.
Big Mike and his crew arrive at Beverly Hills, where he lets them in and shuts off the security cameras. Buster thinks it's the most beautiful Buy More ever. He loves how clean and fresh it is, like ... Jeff helps: "Douches." Chuck pulls out his fiddle case, which has bats in it. Morgan tries to stop him from doing anything destructive, and suggests talking instead of this. Morgan thinks since Buster was the one hurt, they should give him the bat. Buster takes it and swings it dangerously, so everyone ducks. He wonders what to hit first and decides on a lifesized cardboard Barclay. He misses the first time he swings for it, of course. When he hits it and knocks it over, though, it dominoes basically every shelf of DVDs in the place. He's all, "Oh god," and Big Mike tells them to run now. They do.