As Jeffster! continues singing "Mr. Roboto," Sarah starts unwrapping wedding gifts. Anna's mouth's agape in the crowd. Dr. Awesome asks Awesome why he's letting "Sam Kinison and an Indian lesbian wreck your wedding." Hee. Best description of Jeffster! I've ever heard. Awesome tells his dad to chill out, as Sarah continues opening gifts in the reception hall, where Roark and his men are stationed. Roark is about to open a bottle of champagne when Chuck walks in and tells him "Don't you dare!" Sarah looks up. Chuck tells Roark if he wants to ever see the Intersect again, he will not touch anything in this room, because "Today is my sister's wedding day, and believe me, you don't want to see her angry." Roark asks where the Intersect is ("Mr. Roboto" is still playing), and Chuck says, "About that..." Roark wants them to kill Chuck, but Chuck cutely says, "Ho down. Ho down. I mean, 'Hold on!' Hold on a sec!" Sarah's still opening gifts. Chuck says he did bring an Intersect with him. Bryce walks in in slo-mo and says, "Mr. Roark." Roark says, "Mr. Larkin! The human Intersect." Sarah finally finds a set of steak knives.
Bryce tells Roark to take him, and leave Chuck and his family alone. Roark says the thing about it is that Fulcrum wants Chuck dead no matter what, so with that said, he tells his men to shoot Mr. Bartowski. Bryce yells for Sarah to take him. And it's a full-on shoot-out between Bryce and Roark's men. Sarah throws knives. The Awesomes stand patiently in the chapel, drinking from a flask. Bakula checks the bridal chamber, where Ellie's meditating with her legs crossed and eyes closed. He looks at her, sees no one else, and leaves. She opens her eyes just after he's gone. Chuck's panicking about the flowers! The centerpieces! It's all being destroyed. Bryce is out of ammo and asks Sarah if she has more knives. She says she threw all eight. Roark and his men have won. Chuck sees the destroyed cake and says, "Someone shoot me now." Roark offers to help with that, and pulls out a big gun. He jokes it's a real "shotgun wedding," and tells Chuck that terrible pun is the last thing he'll ever hear.