Cut to Chuck lying on a therapist's couch rambling at Christopher Lloyd, who's acting every part the therapist, answering all of Chuck's questions with questions. His father comes up briefly, but Chuck says he doesn't want to talk about anything. Then he gives in, and starts in about Sarah being the best part of his life, but she's a little distant and doesn't say she loves him back. He knows she loves him, but... Christopher Lloyd asks, "Do you?" Then he tells Chuck his dreams are the unconscious interacting with the Intersect. Chuck can't believe he knows about the Intersect, but Christopher Lloyd says he knows everything about him, and has known for awhile the Intersect could have side effects. Chuck wonders if dry scalp might be one, because he has that. Christopher Lloyd says the end result of the Intersect's power could be to overwhelm his mind into something like insanity. Chuck freaks out and says, "Doc, I'm not insane." It's very awesome he's calling Christopher Lloyd "Doc," obviously. Chuck wants to stop President Kuti from getting killed at the symphony, but instead Doc removes him from field duty. Cake opening credits.
Awesome's going to town on a hand gripper and reading an adventure magazine on his couch when Morgan comes to visit. He tells him, malaria aside, he looks awesome. Awesome says he feels great, too, and he realized that you can die just as easily from a mosquito in Africa as a spy in Burbank, so he's not going to live scared anymore. Morgan tries to use another gripper, but he can't squeeze it, so he says it must be broken. Hee. Outside, Ellie's arriving home when Casey stops her and tells her he had malaria four or five times. The medicine she's bringing him won't help, though; he needs African snake herbs. Casey might have some back at his place. Ellie tells him she'll keep that in mind, then turns and mutters "Crazy" as she walks away.