They all point their guns at Damian, who tells them they're going to let him out or else. He opens up the boom box to reveal it as a bomb. Chuck's like, "I should have realized that." Then he explains -- and we see in black and white -- what happened: Brody saw Damian planting the explosives, so Damian killed him to cover his tracks. But once it was locked down, Damian knew it was only a matter of time before they figured it out, so he really committed by blowing himself up. But that locked the doors, so Damian tried to get a killer on their minds by planting the chair bomb during interrogation. So now they know what he did, but not why. They ask him what he's after, and Damian says he came here for Chuck. Creepy. Damian says they're going to get him out of here, but Chuck says he can't let him leave. Robin Givens shoots Damian in the leg, and he drops the boom box, activating the bomb, which is supposed to go off in one minute -- too little time for Chuck to deactivate it. Plus, I haven't seen any fruit juice.
Robin Givens grabs the boom box and runs to the Intersect room, where no one else will be harmed by the blast. In the longest minute in the history of the world, she tells Chuck she'll have to use the manual override inside the room to shut the door. Chuck tries to stop her, so she pulls a gun on him, and tells him this is what a leader does. She shuts the door, and looks sad and resigned to death until the door opens. Chuck tells her that he overrode the control panel using "my stupid pocket protector, thankyouverymuch." Sarah tells Chuck there's no time for this, and they all run out of the room and shut the door just as the bomb explodes. Kevin Bacon, somehow running for his own life, ends up thrown by the bomb through a duct opening and into Chuck's arms. Chuck is truly, truly puzzled because... pigs fly?
Castle. It's still dark, but somehow General Redhead is on her screen thanking everyone for saving Castle and solving the mystery. She especially commends Chuck, who was a true leader. He thanks her but says he owes it all to his team: Sarah and Casey were his eyes, ears and more. She's glad he feels that way, because they've decided to stick with this team -- with Chuck as the only Intersect -- for the foreseeable future. She tells Robin Givens to await reassignment in Washington. Chuck would like to add that Robin Givens was invaluable today, and General Redhead notes it. Then she shuts down. Robin Givens tells Chuck he's a good spy and she's sorry for underestimating him. He thanks her, and says he's glad he doesn't have a nemesis anymore. Then Robin Givens tells him that Ellie's incredibly smart; if anyone could figure out the Intersect, it's her. She tells Chuck to reconsider keeping her away from her path.