After a commercial break, the three walk toward Roan, and he says he hears the footsteps of two women. And a large man, which he's not really into. Casey pulls off his blindfold, and Chuck asks if he doesn't mean two large women. Roan wonders what they're doing here, because he doesn't need rescuing. He says he's about to blow Fatima's counterfeiting ring wide open. They didn't realize he was on a mission, so he asks who sent them. When he hears it was General Redhead, he realizes there's a tracking device in the watch she gave him for his birthday. He asks them to hide because Fatima's coming. Casey gets under the bed, and Chuck and Sarah go behind a big rug hanging on the wall. Fatima comes in and they start getting busy. Poor Casey.
Buy More. Alex shows up and tells Morgan it's all set up for dinner on Friday, where he will meet her mom. She asks if he's excited, and he says he is. Then he tells her his surprise for her: He talked to Casey, who's agreed to get in touch with her mom; isn't that great? Alex gets upset and says it's not great at all. She says she's been keeping him a secret from her mom on purpose, because she's finally happy for the first time in her life. Morgan says he's sorry, and he'll fix this; he promises.
Casey, meanwhile, is still under the bed where Roan and Fatima are making out. Chuck has to sneeze, and Sarah whispers that if he gets them caught by sneezing, they're the worst spies ever. There's some boring small talk, in which Chuck tells Sarah no about capturing Fatima for no reason at all. And then Chuck sneezes. The rug falls down, so Fatima sends Chuck, Sarah, and Roan to the dungeon. Casey whispers into his watch for them to sit tight; he'll get them out. In the dungeon, Roan's tied to a wall, and Sarah and Chuck are back-to-back tied to a literal ball and chain, which is the subject of a bad joke (Sarah thinks Chuck's calling her that, but he's being literal. The end.). Sarah and Chuck bicker, and she asks what's with all the "no's" lately, anyway. Roan thinks it's about something bigger -- probably performance issues. Chuck says no, and then just blurts that he doesn't want to elope. He wants a family wedding now more than ever. She says she hears what he's saying, but what about what she wants? Roan breathes it all in, satisfied at his role in stirring shit up.