Chuck's pulling up to a house in a cookie-cutter neighborhood as Talking Heads sing. (I think the Weeds theme song would have been so much more appropriate, but oh well.) He gets out of the car in the dad shirt with a sweater vest (!!) and all of the people in the neighborhood wave at him. They really do look like they were made from actual cookie cutters. He walks inside and finds all sorts of photos of him and Sarah and their life together: wedding photos, camping photos, photos of a golden retriever, who runs out of the other room. Chuck sees Sarah, who's busy making potato salad in a gigantic bowl. She tells him he's cooking for the whole neighborhood. Just then, Andy Richter calls him "Grillmeister," and Sarah reminds him quietly that one of their neighbors is a suspected terrorist. Casey comes out from behind a giant TV (he's playing the role of cable man) and tells Chuck to get out there and mingle.
Back at the Buy More, Morgan's giving Jeff and Lester a pep talk, which basically consists of him saying that he knows they all took this job to do as little work as humanly possible (they, of course, nod in agreement; which sort of explains why everyone puts up with Chuck never being there -- he's still the most productive of all Buy More employees). They all appreciated that Big Mike didn't care about this, until his wife left him. They wonder how to get his wife to take him back, and Buster... er, busts in and says, "You mean how do we get him laid?" Buster agrees that the new regime is insufferable, since their "rotund" leader is channeling his sexual energies into the Buy More. Morgan wonders how they'll find Big Mike an out-of-his-league hottie. They all puzzle over it, but Buster wins on the weird scale by asking, "Where do you meet people you don't have to pay for sex?" Sadly, I'm not sure any of these guys know the answer to that.
Chuck's grilling when Andy Richter comes over to introduce himself. He's Brad, and is in the stationery business. He goes on and on about the embossing and how he can get Chuck free business cards, and... no one cares. Then Andy introduces Chuck to the gang, with a funny anecdote about each of them: Mark ("Whatever you do, do not let him driver your golf cart"), Dennis (he and his wife play "a wild game of charades"), and Mitch (you can't believe a word he says). Andy asks who the hottie is talking to his wife, and Chuck looks over at Sarah and says that's his wife. Andy asks if Chuck wants to trade sometime, and then all the guys laugh and say it was a joke, because the PTA wouldn't stand for that. Ha. Ha. Ha. No, really. Their laughs are all so fake (especially Chuck's) that they actually sound like that: "Ha. Ha. Ha. Ha. Ha."