Casey's bartending at a fancy hotel bar, with Chuck and Sarah playing customers. Casey tells them Beefcake just walked in. Chuck is supposed to look around for Bond's contact, and Casey tells Sarah to get to work on getting Bond up to his room and getting his pants off. Chuck thinks throwing a sack over the guy's head would be quicker, but Casey says they can't risk his contacts seeing them. He asks if Chuck is afraid of a little competition. The answer to that would be yes, obviously.
Ellie and Awesome arrive home, all sweaty after working out, to find Morgan in their kitchen. He explains that his mom is "romantically involved" with his boss -- Awesome's awesome reply: "Big Mike's boning Bolonia?" -- so Morgan will be staying with them. They're not sure, but he tells them he'll earn his keep. He's already drawn a nice, hot bubble bath for them and just made martinis. He pours them as he says they're "dry, with olives." How very Bond this episode is getting. Morgan sends them off to the tub, saying the roast will be out of the oven soon. I would let Morgan come and live with me if he made life that good. Ellie and Awesome also appear to be won over.
Back at the bar, Chuck insists he's not jealous; he just isn't sure it's safe for Sarah. She tells him not to worry; she has protection. She opens her purse to reveal a gun. And she also says that they have a safe word: If she orders Cristal champagne, Casey knows she's in trouble. Casey says she'll be fine; it's not like it's her first time. She gets up and heads over to Bond. She asks if he wants company. He doesn't. She says she doesn't either, but if she sits alone every guy in here will try to take a shot at a total stranger. He asks if that isn't what she's doing now, and she admits it is. He tells her he's not a nice guy, which she says is fine since she doesn't like nice guys. Chuck, listening in, looks sad. Bond asks her why, and she elaborates that a woman doesn't want someone talking about his feelings and emotions; she wants someone who acts. Bond wants to take it to his room, where he promises nothing nice will happen. Casey's pleased with Sarah's quick work, but Chuck's sort of heartbroken. I'm going to guess he won't take any of this as a lesson to actually, you know, act more and stress about his girly feelings less. I mean, seriously, Chuck: Shut up and kiss her, already.