Chuck and Sarah are at the apartment, anxiously waiting for Ellie to get back from the hospital. Captain Awesome is exer-cycling in the background, which is a great thing to do when you have company. Since Sarah is at the apartment past curfew, Awesome gives Chuck a sex pep talk since its been a while since he "took his bike out for a ride" and he needs to "keep his chain oiled." And...ew. Ellie walks in and saves us all from further Awesomeness. Ellie announces that although they tried everything, the guy died. When Ellie retires to bed, Chuck tells Sarah that his real life and his spy life are getting too close for comfort. Sarah tells him to chill and then calmly announces that it is time they made love. You know, for the sake of the cover. That may be a worse line than the one about LL Bean. But, you know, whatever works.
The next morning, the lady top-brass NSA/CIA general is filling Sarah and Casey in on the five Ws of Mr. Blue. He was a programmer for a top-secret program called Sanctuary, and he disappeared with all the details for the entire nuclear arsenal embedded on a chip. This does not make him a bad man, though, according to Lady Top Brass. Sarah says that Chuck is not wrong very often. Casey points out that Chuck is, however, annoying all the time. Heh. He said it. Lady Top Brass tells Sarah to take Chuck to the morgue and see what there is to be seen with Mr. Blue.
Back at Buy More, Morgan is back from lunch on time, because Big Mike has him working on this week's lame subplot. This time, it's a "top secret" project involving helping Harry Tang's wife pick out an anniversary present. Harry Tang's wife turns out to be the wife of Francis from Malcolm In The Middle. She's pretty funny for an Asian stereotype. She's buying a plasma TV for a man who works in an electronics store. She gives Morgan a hug that is captured on tape by two of the Nerd Herders.
Rachel Bilson is back, and she wants the verdict on her phone. When Chuck tells her it's fine, she is so excited that she doesn't seem to notice that Chuck went through all her contacts and found the number for her "Nana." Instead of thinking it is totally stalker-creepy, Rachel Bilson gives Chuck a sandwich. It's the turkey and Muenster on egg bread from her safe place. She's named it after him. He is honored. Sarah interrupts his mind-cheat on their fake relationship. Chuck gets flustered, and Sarah introduces herself to Lou as Chuck's girlfriend. Rachel Bilson tells him to refrigerate his sandwich because she doesn't want "the Chuck" to make him sick. There's got to be an upchuck joke in their somewhere, but I am too lazy to make it. And apparently, so were the writers. Sarah tells him to get a move on, because they are headed to the morgue.