The Lady Top Brass congratulates the team on a job well done. The have the codes and the nuclear arsenal is safe. Yay! Go nukes!
It's midnight, and Harry Tang has it out for Morgan. He pulls out his key, unlocks the home theater room, and SURPRISE! It's a secret government meeting! Sarah and Casey have their guns trained on Harry Tang's head faster than you can say "Harry Tang." Lady Top Brass demands to know who has infiltrated the home theater room. Harry Tang tries to walk slowly out of the room, but Casey and Sarah tell him to stop. Casey offers to take care of it. He convinces Harry Tang that he knew all along that Casey and Sarah were government agents. Harry is so smart that they want him to relocate to Oahu and await further orders as to how he can help his country. Harry Tang agrees to leave the Buy More and serve his country. Please let President Bush send Harry Tang to Afghanistan. They have DVRs that need programming in Afghanistan, right?
Morgan runs into Big Mike in the employee break room. Big Mike tells him to change the shipping address on Harry Tang's plasma TV to Oahu. Morgan can't believe Harry Tang is gone and he is free! Big Mike is happy that Harry Tang is gone, too. Turns out Big Mike gave Harry Tang the assistant manager job out of guilt for diddling his wife for the last six months! I think that confession even managed to gross out Morgan! Harry Tang is gone!
Chuck charges into Weinerlicious. He has been thinking about things. He has a list of things he wants to do, and his increasingly frequent near-death experiences make him want to check things off that list a little faster. First on that list? He wants to break up with Sarah. Ouch! Apparently, the more they try to convince everyone that they are in a relationship, the more he ends up fooling himself. Sarah tries to look like she is okay with getting dumped by her fake boyfriend, but when she watches Chuck head straight to Rachel Bilson's Magic Deli of Delights, she looks upset. Turns out she may have been lying through her truth serum. And now Chuck will never know. At least not until sweeps.