Back at the OOSSL, they're telling Agent Redhead what happened. She pulls Casey off the case because she thinks he's making it personal about his sensei, forgetting his primary objective is to protect Chuck. She's bringing in another team, and says that Casey will remain at the OOSSL until the mission is completed. After commercials, Chuck's gone from the OOSSL, and Sarah's telling Casey she agrees with Agent Redhead's decision, because he's too involved. Casey replies, "This from the agent who can't keep her chocolate out of Bartowski's peanut butter." Which is a great line, except that all they've done is kiss a couple times. I don't think that qualifies as chocolate and peanut butter. Also, I will never be able to look at a Reese's peanut butter cup the same way. She tells him that whatever her feelings might be, she never let them cloud her judgment. But she won't admit she has feelings for Chuck, just that she has feelings. Casey tells her what he's learned is that people always let you down.
Sarah leaves and finds Chuck sitting in the OOSSL, feeling bad about Casey being mad at him, and going through all of this. Sarah tells him he's sweet, but that he shouldn't apologize to Casey, who is combat-ready at all times and doesn't have feelings. She tells him she'll meet him at the catering dinner, and asks him to please not go downstairs.
Buster is meeting with Jeff, Lester, and Morgan in the backroom to tell them how bad their scores are (the worst in Buy More history). Their combined scores are 1. Buster decides to make the employee with the lowest scores close the store on Saturday nights for a month. They try to come up with excuses not to work Saturdays, but Buster says raising their scores is their only solution. Next we get a montage of them being good to customers: Lester's giving one his employee discount card. Morgan's carrying ridiculously large packages out alone. Jeff's spying over a customer's shoulder as he fills out the card. He grabs it and yells, "Four stars?! I just kissed your ass for four stars?!" I'm thinking he's going to end up working Saturday nights.
Casey's trying to get out of the OOSSL, but his entry and exit access has been denied. He's completely trapped, so he calls Chuck. He asks Chuck to come over there, but he won't because Sarah told him not to. So Casey has a fake heart-to-heart with him about how hard this has all been for him. Chuck is sucked right in, and Casey keeps going until he builds to a high point and says "I can't talk about this over the phone." Chuck says he'll be right there. When he walks in, talking about Casey's problems, Casey puts him in a headlock and uses his finger to turn on the computers. Chuck flashes on a tattoo on the surveillance footage and tells Casey to go to a martial arts studio that's a front for the sensei's weapons business. Casey uses Chuck's eye to exit the OOSSL, then he handcuffs Chuck to a bar in the yogurt shop. He tells Chuck that if he tells anyone where he's going, a bullet he's holding in his hands is Chuck's. Like, for keeps? That's so generous. Oh ... right. His, from the end of a gun. Right, Casey, like you could ever hurt Chuck.