Sarah asks him if he flashed on anyone; he didn't. He thinks everyone is clean, except Jenny McCarthy and her dirty mouth. He thinks maybe they're in the wrong cul de sac. Casey calls them inside, citing a slight problem with their cable. Inside, Casey finds a bug on the bottom of one of the food dishes. He says it looks like "one of ours" (what is with "one of ours" this episode?), but Chuck flashes and says it was actually stolen and is now Fulcrum's. Uh-oh. Sarah had been hoping for a garden-variety terrorist. Andy Richter tells Chuck his wieners are burning, and everyone at the party waves at them from outside the window. Casey says he knew these people creeped him out. Well, yeah, they're suburbanites, Casey. You're practically allergic, even without the Fulcrum implications.
Chuck and his golden retriever come down the stairs. He's in total dad pajamas. Matching flannel shirt and pants. He finds Sarah in a cute pink nightie cooking breakfast in the kitchen. She asks if he slept well, and he yells a response thinking it might still be bugged. She tells him Casey swept the house, and it's clean. He asks if they're inviting the neighbors over, but she says she's just cooking for him. Awwww. He thinks it's cute and gets the most adorable smile. He tells her he never pictured her doing this, and she tells him she's versatile. He asks if she's enjoying this Martha Stewart thing, and then tells her if she's not careful, she might turn into a real girl. He eats his omelet as she feeds food to the dog. It's very cute, but I actually found myself wondering if she'd put some sort of tracker in his food. I am such a skeptic. Chuck heads out to his car and all of the crazy neighbors are outside, too, so they wave. She comes out and gives him a grocery list, calling him sweetie. Then she kisses him and tells him to have a great day at work. He's loving this so much.
Then he's at the Buy More, where he gazes lovingly at her grocery list. Casey grabs it from him and it turns out she wrote a message on the back in invisible ink. Chuck wonders why they can't just use the phone, and Casey says if they'll bug your house, they'll bug those too. The note says, "Location Clear. Target on move." Chuck can't believe they figured out who the target is already. Casey shows Chuck a picture, and it's Jenny McCarthy's big, beefy, odd-looking husband. Chuck describes him as "crazy cougar lady's husband." Casey got his fingerprint off the bug, and he also found out that the guy bought a bunch of big, neon plastic hose stuff that is supposed to be some sort of super cable that is the stuff they use to tap into the agency's intranet, which he could be using to break into government servers. Chuck's glad he could help Casey solve this, but Casey says he still has to help -- by going into that house and onto that computer.