Chuck tells Morgan and Sarah it's distraction time, so Morgan flashes on dancing. He pulls Sarah away from Bale, and they dance. Which, this time, is really just another excuse to show Yvonne writhing around in a skimpy dress, kicking her legs up or squatting low so as to almost reveal her fine delicates. It's getting a little obnoxious, actually. I mean, if they're going to do this, where is the eye candy for those of us who have more of a fondness for men? Casey gets into the system, and it pops up on Chuck's computer screens. Yay! Until they all go dark, and Decker pops up. He tells Chuck that he's freezing Bale's accounts, thanks to Chuck, and he's doing it right now. Chuck asks him to please wait, because it will trigger the alarm with his people still inside. "Your people?" laughs Decker. "Cute." Chuck tells Decker he know she lied to him, and that he's not really part of the bigger plan, so Decker's won. He asks him to let them go, but Decker says payback's a bitch, Charlie.
Chuck tells them all to get out of there, but too late. Bale tells Sarah he knows what she did with his key card. He points a gun and tells them to come with him. Morgan starts to make a threat instead of just zooming, giving another guy time to knock him out. Casey's former friend who works for Bale takes Casey at gunpoint. In the vault, Bale says he's locked out of his accounts and asks what they've done. Sarah smirks that if anything happens to them, he'll never have access to them again. "You see, we work with somebody. A master spy, who always has a plan." I still think this episode is mostly meh, but I do like this call-back to the opening scene, and that this time, the master spy is Chuck -- not super strong and mean like Casey, not Intersected like Morgan, but still someone Sarah (and the rest of them, I think) totally believes in. In the van, Chuck's like, "I don't have a plan. I don't have a plan." Hee. Bale says he's sick of Sarah's voice, so has them all sent away and will decide what to do with them later. He tells his people to get someone from their computer team on the phone now. And Chuck has a plan. He nerds it up and heads inside, all, "Computer emergency?"