Later, Genera Redhead and Roan are dressed in white in a bar. She tells him seeing him in action was like old times, and he starts in, but she stops him and says "You don't want a normal life. You're a spy. You can't settle down." He asks how she knows, and she says it was her speech to him. So he wonders why she hunted him down. She says, "Roan. You never run away from a general." Probably good advice, actually. He agrees, but hopes their rendezvous aren't over, since Budapest last spring was so great. She says she has high hopes for Morocco tonight.
But Casey's back in Burbank, outside Kathleen's in a suit. He watches Morgan and Alex come out, with Kathleen and a guy. He looks sad, but whispers, "Good for you, Kathy." At the Awesome residence, Grandma Bartowski's still being awesome and doing everything. Ellie tells her that having her here has been great. Grandma B. finishes, "But you are ready to try it on your own." Ellie says that's not it at all; she'd keep her here forever if she could. But she wonders if she really wants to be a full-time grandma. Grandma B. says this is what she dreamed of for years. Ellie says she made Chuck quit the CIA, and she sometimes wonders if it was the right decision, because he was helping people and saving them. Grandma B. says, "He's a Bartowski." Ellie says she can't ask someone else to stop being a hero just because she's afraid, and if she needs to be a spy, Ellie will not consider it abandonment; she'll still be in their lives. Grandma B. cries that she wants to give everything to the baby that she never gave to Chuck or Ellie. Ellie says that's the mom's job; she just has to be the best grandma in the world. Then Ellie asks about the agent who kissed her awake on the mission. Mary says he was a big romantic, and the greatest husband there ever was. Ellie's so happy: "Aha!" Awww. I miss Bakula.