In the Orange Orange's Super Secret Lair, Sarah tells Agent Redhead that her father has conned the sheik out of nearly $1 million. Sarah says she'll bring him in, but Chuck thinks this is a conflict of interest. Casey's happy to take care of it if Sarah can't. Agent Redhead doesn't want to arrest him yet, since the sheik is wanted on suspicion of funding terrorism, but no one even knows what he looks like. Any information Gary Cole could provide would be valuable. Sarah doesn't want her father to be CIA, because he's not going to like it. Agent Redhead says she doesn't have to compromise her cover. Just talk to her father, with "the Intersect" in tow. I love that, even with Chuck standing right there, Agent Redhead still acts like he's a thing. Sarah tries to disagree again, but Agent Redhead shuts her down by pointing out how dangerous the sheik is, and how Sarah might want to find out how deep her dad's in before the sheik does. And, you know, kills him or something.
Morgan's crawling through the Morgan door into Chuck's room as Captain Awesome walks by. He sees Morgan and, being Awesome, greets him cheerfully with "Captain Morgan!" Hee. Morgan's looking for Chuck, but he's not there. Awesome's willing to talk, though, so Morgan tells him his life's over since Anna wants to move in together. Captain Awesome says this is a big step, "little man." He points out that Morgan has no adult responsibility of any kind and it's time to grow up. Morgan says it's expensive, and Awesome says they'll lend him the money. Morgan doesn't know why, and Awesome says it's because he believes in him. Oh, and he's charging interest. Weekly. He gives Morgan $2,500, and welcomes him to adulthood.
At the Buy More, Casey's doing actual work (for the second time this episode, I'll add; I'm impressed, and also: Why can't Chuck manage to do any actual work if Casey, who's a real agent, can?) while Chuck follows him around talking about Sarah's dad. Chuck says Gary Cole at least cares about Sarah and wants a relationship with her, whereas Chuck doesn't even know where his father is. Casey's response: "Awww, that's sad. You've confused me with someone who cares about your life before the intersect." Casey walks off, and Morgan walks up and says farewell to Chuck, who wonders where Morgan's headed. Morgan says he's moving in with Anna. Chuck thinks this is fantastic, but Morgan acts sad and tells Chuck to enjoy every damn minute of his youth.