Now Chuck, Sarah, and Casey are all being held by the sensei's team. The sensei greets them, saying this is unfortunate. Casey threatens him, despite clearly not having the upper hand. The sensei's going to shoot Casey, but Casey says the sensei should be able to defeat him without the gun, with honor. The sensei agrees and they start to battle. Chuck tries to pep Casey up with "Eye of the Tiger, baby," but Casey tells him to shut up. Then the sensei proceeds to knock Casey around, bloody his nose, and damage his pride. This goes on until the sensei mentions Casey's calm center and Chuck has an epiphany. He calls Casey over, says all the right things to piss him off (that Chuck knows Casey loves him, ultimately; it's hilarious), and then directs Casey's anger at the sensei. Chuck explains to Sarah that Casey doesn't have a calm center, but an angry one. Casey beats the crap out of his sensei with his angry center. Casey asks the sensei's team who's next. No one volunteers, and a bunch of FBI agents run in. Casey realizes Chuck told not only Sarah, but also Agent Redhead. Chuck says it's not his fault, because Agent Redhead guessed. He's so adorably predictable. Please let this show not get canceled, since it's one of the few truly enjoyable shows left.
At the Buy More, Buster's announcing employee of the month. It goes to Skip Johnson, a guy we barely know. He apologizes, saying he tried to be a jerk. Then we see what the prize is, as Skip gets a 65-inch high-definition TV. He says it's a one-time only bonus gift. Jeff and Lester are pissed that they listened to Morgan.
Casey and Chuck walk into the apartment complex, and Chuck has both ends of a conversation with Casey in which Casey thanks him for saving him and says he's his friend. And just as he's given up on Casey ever saying anything nice, Casey turns after entering his apartment and says, "Thank you." Chuck totally freaks out, "You said something! You said something!" and runs to Casey's door. Casey shuts it in his face, and will probably never do anything like that again since Chuck can't restrain himself from a reaction that would totally embarrass a non-affectionate type.