Next morning, Ellie's happy to see Chuck shaved, but he says it was a rash decision. He sits down in front of the TV with his cheese puffs. Ellie says she can't bear to watch him wallow around like this and leaves the room. Awesome comes over and tells Chuck he's really nailing the loser cover. Chuck assures him this is not a cover; he was fired and isn't a spy anymore and isn't sure he ever was. Awesome asks if this is really Chuck, and Chuck says yes, he's Chuck Bartowski, total loser, cheese ball addict. Awesome asks if the CIA lets you just quit like that. He thought they'd send someone to kill you or something. Chuck laughs that Awesome watches too many movies, but when Awesome leaves, you can tell Chuck's a little worried.
Later, Chuck's asleep in front of snow on the flat-screen TV (which is impossible, right? Those TVs turn snow into a blank blue screen or something?) when Morgan shows up and wakes him. Chuck's clutching his cheese ball barrel, by the way. Chuck freaks out, "Don't kill me!" until he realizes it's Morgan, who just wants to cheer him up and find out what's going on. Morgan, by the way, is in his Benihana uniform, which is odd since he's not even in the same state as his cooking school, right? Anyway, Chuck tells Morgan that he had a great job opportunity and he's already been fired from it twice. Morgan says that's amateur hour and doesn't come close to rock bottom. He takes Chuck to the Buy More, and says he got canned from Benihana two weeks ago and Anna took off with the prep chef. "Couldn't flip the shrimp," he says. "Couldn't flip the shrimp." He leads Chuck into the screening room at the Buy More, where he's apparently been living. Buster's watching on the security cams, though, and realizes it must be Grimes who's been stealing the TP, since it looks like he lives there. Weird he wouldn't have noticed the bedding and piles of crap before now, isn't it? Buster says he should have known Morgan couldn't make it in Asian business culture, and he'll let the authorities deal with him tomorrow.
Sarah's also watching it on a different security cam in Castle, when Casey says he's going to miss this. She asks what, and he tells her about some gun that shoots 3,400 rounds a minute and that he never got to use. Sarah shuts off the cam she's watching Chuck on, and Casey tells Sarah the poor bastard is still in love with her. She promises Casey that he's not. Casey says he doesn't know what happened between the two of them and doesn't want to, but he's seen people having their fingernails pulled off be treated more humanely than she did Chuck. Ha. I love that even when talking about love he makes a torture reference. Sarah says she was just doing her job, but Casey tells her the job's over and she should put Chuck out of his misery. "He deserves that much." Who would have thought he'd be the voice of reason?