Over at the fro-yo shop, Sarah's cleaning. Bryce is hitting on her. She tries to put a stop to it, saying that the Andersons should just be a cover, that they shouldn't get back into a relationship. Bryce looks confused, because he's perfect. Why wouldn't she want him? He tries to shrug it off. Ellie walks by and sees Bryce and Sarah holding hands and talking and smiling.
Chuck sees Morgan with the taco in his pocket (he's not just happy to see his best friend). Chuck says Morgan is never supposed to confront Mitt. He should always go get Casey to do it. That's what the big, intimidating spy muscle is good for. But Morgan hates feeling so small. Chuck clearly relates, but he's trying to be optimistic and saying that they've got brains. Morgan's also got a beard. Now they've got to use their best assets. Ellie runs in to the Buy More. That is never a good sign. She says she was at the Orange Orange (the dumbly named fro-yo shop), to ask Sarah to be a bridesmaid (she's seriously the cutest sister ever) and tells Chuck about the hand-holding. She only saw him from the back, but he seemed classically handsome. Good thing she didn't see the chiseled jaw -- a really good thing, because then she might have recognized him as Chuck's nemesis Bryce and had a whole heap of questions. Like, isn't he dead? Chuck then reassures his sister that things are fine.
Lester's yelling at Morgan for failing at his mission. Morgan's put on his thinking cap. Soon they are sneaking around the store, tumbling, crouching, spotting from ladders so that Morgan can make his way to the circuit breaker and pull the plug on the meathead's fun. Lester and Morgan celebrate their victory, but it is short-lived as Mitt comes out of the room, hoists Morgan up over his head and starts screaming. Now he's tossing the little nerd around and yelling at him for interrupting his game. Mitt says he could have just asked them nicely to leave. Like that would have worked. [Or, you know, they could have called the cops? - Zach] Morgan blames his boss. Mitt makes threatening gestures at Lester and then informs Morgan that both little Buy More employees are getting their asses handed to them after work. Strahan is kind of great in this scene. He might have a shot at this acting thing.