Sarah and Chuck divert things sufficiently for Vivian to finish what she's doing, which is when Riley comes in and tells her the CIA is using her; they don't want to help her. She doesn't believe it, so he asks if one of the agents has seemed especially nice and helpful, and then shows her a picture of Chuck. He says this is agent Charles Carmichael, and he's the one responsible for putting her father in jail. Down in the bank, Sarah and Chuck discuss her wedding epiphany between yelling at hostages about breaking their faces or not to be a hero. It's pretty cute. Back up in the vault, Vivian tells Riley her father's a criminal, but he says that's just what they want her to think. She says that Chuck promised her she can meet her father, but Riley says that's not going to happen. The only way she can get to know him is to work with Riley. He leaves his business card and tells her to let him know. He also gives her necklace key from her father back. Vivian heads down the stairs, which is when Chuck and Sarah say they're done and take her "hostage." Chang tells everyone not to shoot; "she's a Volkoff." Which still counts for something at the First Bank of Macau. Outside the bank (I think?), Chuck and Sarah burn up the money they stole in a burn barrel, as Vivian sulks. Chuck tells her she did great and notices she seems cold. He asks if everything's okay, and she lies that it is. They load up in a truck and head out.
After commercials -- including one that says The Event returns at 8 p.m. next Monday, which sounds like there's no Chuck; but, hey, at least this show finally stayed on through sweeps, right? -- General Redhead thanks them for successfully getting the information to lead them to terrorist organizations around the globe. She almost shuts off, but Chuck asks what about Vivian getting to see her father. General Redhead says that, after more thought, she's decided the risk is too great. Chuck wonders what he's supposed to do, since he promised her she'd get to see him. General Redhead says he told his asset what she needed to hear, so well done. She shuts off her TV, and Sarah asks Chuck if he needs her help telling Vivian. He says no; Vivian trusted him, so he'll do it. He breaks the news that "they" decided not to let her see him, even saying "they" went back on their word. She says she thought Chuck was the CIA, and he says he is, but it's complicated. He promises he's not giving up and will find a way for her to see her dad, but it might take awhile. He asks if she's okay, and she says she is, and thanks him (sarcastically, it seems) for being honest with her.