Morgan's on the desk holding the lanyard when Big Mike wakes up. His reaction is surprisingly calm: "I told you I don't like people looking at me when I'm sleeping." Morgan pretends he thought Big Mike was dead so he was up there to help him. And he has the lanyard because he thought it was cutting off Big Mike's air supply, and then he noticed it had jelly on it so he was going to take it and clean it for him. Big Mike says he's a grown man and can clean up after himself, but could Morgan please give him another donut. Casey watches with disappointment.
Congo. Ellie's loving the dinner Awesome's serving her by the river. She feels silly acting like a baby when there are people here with real problems, but he says she gets to feel how she feels, since this is hard for her. She says she's having a hard time shaking the city girl in her. But, by this point, a giant snake is coming around some grass toward her, so Awesome's no longer listening. She keeps babbling about not being outdoorsy, so he asks her not to move or breathe. She asks what he's looking at, but doesn't look that way. Another American swoops in and slices the snake in half, then introduces himself as Justin, "camp security coordinator." He tells them to set up camp a little "further away from the perimeter," since the animals get curious at night. I am apparently not outdoorsy enough to know what that means. I guess he means closer to the main camp, not so far afield. He welcomes them to Africa, and Awesome tells Ellie they're all right.
When Chuck and Sarah are leaving the mansion with the collar, discussing the lame-o Turners, the Turners step out and pull a gun on them. They say they're teaching them about spying: "Lesson 1: Trust no one but your partner." They take Otto's software, and Chuck can't believe they're doing this. Fred tells him not to feel bad, since they're the best at this spying stuff. Back at Castle, Chuck and Sarah fill General Redhead in on the situation with the Turners going rogue as Casey hovers in the background. General Redhead thinks there must be an explanation for two such dedicated spies to do such a thing. Casey volunteers to track them down, but General Redhead reminds him that he has his assignment. Chuck asks how it's going, and Casey says he makes Chuck look like a natural-born operative. General Redhead tells Casey if he can't make Morgan field-ready, she's sending them both to boot camp.
At his apartment, Chuck vents and does dishes. He tells Sarah that he's a Bartowski; this is how they deal with stress: clean. He's upset that the couple who was supposed to be their role models turn out to be traitors, so now Sarah will never move in. She tells him they're not the Turners, but he liked the idea they could become them. She says the focus needs to be on finding them, and as Chuck washes the Manhattan glass it dawns on her that they're at the Grand Ambassador, since Mr. Turner was raving about their cherries. She says the Turners picked the wrong couple to stab in the back and draws her gun, telling Chuck this is how she deals with stress. Chuck cutely says, "Here we go." And, in the Congo, Ellie helps more patients and then sort of frantically and desperately calls Chuck. She leaves him a message about how she can't talk to Awesome about anything because he was born to be here and he has a nickname that means "Superfantastic white person." Um, White Captain Awesome, maybe? She gets teary and says she's just tired, and she loves him and misses him. When she hangs up, Justin tells her if she needs to talk, she can come to him since it's just one of his jobs. She confides in him that, even as a kid, she wouldn't camp in the backyard. She's not built for this. Justin tells her he's seen her with her patients, and she is built to be a doctor here. He says it will take time to get used to the other stuff, but it's worth it. She looks around at the sick kids and injured people, smiles, and thanks him.