Awesome's making Ellie a protein shake, but she's ready to return some stuff to the Buy More. He tries to stop her, but she wants to do some of the work in their lives, so he lets her go. Then he calls Chuck and says, "The hen has left the nest." Chuck's like, "The hen has what huh?" Awesome explains, and says he knows Chuck's not a spy, but will Ellie believe it when she sees the new Buy More? Chuck watches the perfection on the surveillance cameras and realizes she probably won't. He heads upstairs to dumb it down. Ellie does seem to notice the eerie perfection when she arrives, until Chuck greets her. He's all stammery, which is when Morgan shows up to assure them the Buy More is still the Buy More.
Cue Feed My Frankenstein as Jeffster! lead the old Buy More gang in, acting tough until they all topple on top of each other. Ellie asks if one of them can help her, and Lester says, "No. We're on break." He slaps Jeff's bare (and hairy) chest as he walks away. Jeff gets in Ellie's face and says he hears she's pregnant. "Is there room in that womb for two? Let me know." Ew. Ellie doesn't seem shocked, and just says some things never help. General Redhead congratulates Morgan on the airtight cover he's created and gives him the keys to the Buy More. She makes him store manager, with a "Don't make me regret this." Morgan offers the old crew drinks on him tonight. They all cheer and he tones it down to "happy hour well drinks." He invites Casey, but he says he has to do some mission prep. Casey says this isn't his home, then walks away and calls Alex. Finally.
Later, Ellie's in bed next to a sound-asleep Awesome. She gets up, goes to her closet, and pulls down a box from the top shelf. She rummages through and finds a family album, where she flips through cute pictures of younger versions of Bakula and Linda Hamilton with babies. It's funny that Jeremy Messersmith's "A Girl, A Boy, and A Graveyard" is playing as she's doing this, and it gets to the part that says, "I feel like I'm some kind of Frankenstein/Waiting for a shock to bring me back to life." Maybe they were going for a Frankenstein musical theme? I'd have to go back and figure out the other songs in order to actually determine that, though, and I don't have the energy. Awesome shifts in bed and she makes sure he's asleep, then goes back to feeling sad about her lost family. God, Ellie and Chuck's childhood makes me sad.