Sarah sees Jenny McCarthy's husband coming home and calls to Chuck on his watch (I think?) to get out of there. He's still passed out, so doesn't answer. Casey tells Sarah he's going in after him. When Jenny's ogre of a husband comes in, he asks if she's tested Chuck yet. She says she has him cuffed upstairs. And she actually does have some drinks, so at least she wasn't lying about that part. They find the bedroom empty of Chuck. Only his clothes remain. Casey, outside, sees Chuck crawling across Jenny McCarthy's roof. When he gets to the edge, he jumps off onto the fence and then falls into the yard. The whole neighborhood is watching, and remember: He's in his underwear, his T-shirt, and a fuzzy pink handcuff. Inside, Jenny and Ogre notice that Chuck ran the test and survived. She says they found their subject. Outside, he's running to his fake home, and everyone's watching. It's totally awkward. He gets home, and tells Sarah she won't believe what just happened to him. With everyone watching, she slaps him across the face. Poor Chuck.
Back in the Super Secret Spy Lair, Agent Redhead is watching footage of Chuck's streaking incident and reprimanding them for nearly exposing Chuck (literally) to Fulcrum, and to a whole cul de sac of civilians. Casey apologizes, saying they pooched it. Chuck disagrees, because he saw pictures on that computer. Agent Redhead is like, "Wow. Pictures on a computer. No one else has ever seen those." He tells her it was like the Intersect, only "very different." Sarah thinks he might have Fulcrum programming in his brain. Agent Redhead says that in that case she's pulling Chuck from this, but Sarah and Casey need to go back. She throws in a "The Carmichaels are getting a divorce."
Big Mike walks into the Buy More in fancy black suit with gold buttons. Buster says he looks prosperous. Morgan asks how he's feeling before his night with the internet lady. Big Mike says he feels like an imposter, because she'll take one look at him and realize he's not a 185-pound shipping magnate. Buster tells him the suit is actually very slimming, and Morgan adds it makes his wallet look fat. Chuck walks in, and Big Mike asks him if he should come clean and tell her who he really is -- since Chuck got Sarah without having to lie about his occupation. Chuck's not sure he's the best role model, but Big Mike says he's better than any of these losers: Morgan and Anna break up every other week. He's not even sure what Buster's affiliation is, and he calls Buster Elvis. Buster whispers to Morgan, "What does he mean my affiliation?" Morgan says, "The bathroom thing." Are we supposed to know what that means? Did I miss something? Chuck pipes up and tells Big Mike it's up to him, but asks if he really wants to be part of a relationship founded on lies. Chuck walks off, and Morgan says, "The answer's 'yes,' " and all the other guys agree.