Castle. Chuck, Sarah, and Vivian are looking through the contents of the safe deposit box. Chuck wonders if there's any way this stuff could contain clues about where Volkoff's money is, but Vivian says no; they're just pictures... of her. Chuck says they've hit a dead end, but Sarah hopefully says Langley might uncover information about the servers Chuck saw. (So, what? Does Vivian know Chuck's the Intersect now? They're being awfully free discussing his flashes in front of her, considering they've only known her for a few days and SHE'S A VOLKOFF!) Sarah gets a text from Ellie: She's had a wedding epiphany and wants to chat with Sarah. To Sarah's credit, she leaves the room to call Ellie, giving Chuck and Vivian a chance to talk some more. Vivian really wants to see her father and talk to him now that she knows he's been paying attention to her whole life. Chuck says maybe she can talk to him. Vivian thought the CIA had him locked up somewhere, so Chuck says, "Yeah, but I am the CIA." And I don't know how it's possible -- because that reads like the most arrogant sentence in the world -- but it comes out of Zachary Levi's mouth without a shred of arrogance. He says he'll ask around and see if they can set up a meeting, because he knows what she's going through and will do everything he can to help. She gives him a huge, thankful hug before he can even finish talking.
On the phone, Ellie tells Sarah she's been going about this wedding planning all wrong, because you don't build the wedding around the cake or the flowers; what do you build it around? Sarah, stumped: "The weather?" Ellie tells her it's the dress, and even though she knows Sarah's not a typical wedding girl, it might help. Sarah says it could be fun -- we all know she loves to play dress-up -- and promises to do some research right now. Which brings us back to the hologram makeover machine. She uses it to pull a bunch of actual dresses out and try them on in front of big, dressing-room-style, two-way mirror. She tries on a bunch of big, poofy fancy dresses. They're pretty, but so not Sarah. Then she finds a simple slip dress, and gets all excited and teary. Which is when Casey walks in and tells her it's a pretty dress. She says she knows, without even a hint of embarrassment at her tears. He brings her back to reality, though, by pointing out the bloody bullet holes on the back of this one. He says she might want to get a new one; it looks like this one's been on a mission.