In the back room at the Buy More, Jeff, Lester, Morgan and the Bus are opening CDs, looking for the golden ticket. They all claim to be fans (except Morgan, who isn't sure this is right with all of those actual fans wanting to buy the CDs). They make small talk about prison, and Morgan finds the golden ticket. They all totally love him all of a sudden, because he can only bring a plus-one. Morgan says they'll settle this the Buy More way, which we all know will not lead to anything pleasant.
Chuck walks to the window and when he turns around, Charlie's gone. He can't believe it, and heads out into the courtyard, where Charlie's peeing in the fountain. In another hilarious rock star moment, Charlie tells Chuck how nice this bathroom is, and that the ceiling looks just like the night sky. Hee. Chuck points out that it is the night sky, and Charlie turns toward him without stopping his urine or anything, asking "Have I made a mistake?" Um, so far, many mistakes. He doesn't wait for Chuck's response, though. Instead he wants to know who Chuck is and where they are. Chuck tells him his real name, but says he works for the record label. He says there was a death threat against Charlie earlier so they moved him to this secured location. Charlie wants to leave, but Chuck says he has to stay the night. Charlie's all, "No, no, Jack." And then says he gets death threats all the time, but this is party night: Tuesday. Chuck's going to call his boss, but Charlie throws Chuck's phone into the fountain/urinal. Then Charlie tells Chuck that if he hasn't noticed yet, he was just asked to party with a rock star. Chuck can't resist the offer, and they head out.
They're in a way-too-well-lit night club, where Charlie is forcing shots on Chuck, explaining that he might be a rum-soaked narcissist, but he's also the best wingman Chuck will ever have. Well, so far the competition is Bryce (stole Jill), Morgan (dork) and Casey (cold), so I think that is possibly, sadly true (unless Awesome has ever been Chuck's wingman, because he would be awesome at it, of course). Charlie gets a phone call from his manager. He tells him he's with Chuck, and the manager says he's never heard of him. Chuck says, "I've never heard of him," and Charlie buys it and repeats it to the manager, which is pretty smart thinking on Chuck's part.