Chuck wants us to know some stuff: The Buy More is now the Spy More. Morgan became the manager, though, to dumb it down. Chuck freaked Sarah out with his sweet, sleepy marriage/baby talk. And now here we are in a prison transport truck. It breaks down on a highway, so they're redirected to a new top-secret facility. Cut to said facility, where Morgan's dealing with giant crowds waiting for the release of a spy video game in two hours. Chuck and Morgan have a very nothing conversation about the guys camped out here and blah, blah, why should we care? Morgan does, however, introduce us to the new Greta, Stacy Keibler. Morgan is sort of drooling all over himself for the two seconds she's in their presence. Oh, come now. She's no Isaiah Mustafa.
Chuck exposits that he has no time to sit around and ogle the new Greta because he's going on a fabulous spy mission to Monaco with his lady. By the way Morgan responds, it's clear Chuck's told him this at least a hundred times. Morgan asks how Chuck is so calm and settled, without his normal neuroses and fear. Chuck says he doesn't want to speak for Sarah, but she's finally settled down. They savor this victory. Cut to Sarah, savoring this "victory" in her own way: by punching Casey in the face. Casey wonders what's eating at her, so she asks about his family. He admits he'd like to talk to Alex, but none of his priorities have changed. Sarah tells Casey what Chuck said about kids and then punches Casey a bunch more. General Redhead interrupts and tells Sarah to calm herself, since her trip to Monaco has been postponed because of a prison transport heading their way. The prisoners are theirs at Castle until further notice. Sarah seems a bit relieved.
When she tells Chuck their trip's canceled, though, he's less happy. He doesn't even like the silver lining of staying in and chatting. He asks if there's something they need to talk about, but the Castle warning buzzer tells them the prisoners are there, so she tells him to "lock and load." She pretends the chat is no big deal, and then our prisoners are led in. The first one is