Mansion. The spies infiltrate. Chuck gets in the front seat and puts on headphones so they can communicate. Casey hacks into the cameras using the information about them that Chuck provided, and when the images all pop up in the van, Chuck exclaims, "Ho! We have liftoff!" He wouldn't be cuter even with a baby rabbit on his shoulder.
Back at Buy More, Morgan again approaches Lester and Jeff for help. They wonder if interfering would be an affront to Darwinism, but when he offers them half his pizza if he gets second place, they turn to each other: "The wounded raccoon!" I'm guessing we'll find out soon enough. Morgan then goes up to a pretty, friendly woman; she's a little concerned about the price of some product, but decides to get it anyway for her sick nephew. However, Morgan has a good-guy attack and tells her it's on sale at Large Mart, and she could save fifty bucks. She's thrilled, and in gratitude, gives him her card and tells him to call her for a coffee date sometime. Just then, however, Jeff and Lester come up and call him weak and pathetic, and say that if he spent his time selling instead of "trolling for phone numbers," he wouldn't be flat broke and living with his mother. The scales have jumped onto the woman's eyes, and she asks for her number back and stalks off; when she's gone, Morgan asks what the hell that was. Jeff and Lester explain that "the wounded raccoon" is a technique that consists of berating the salesman in front of the customer, so that she feels so bad for him she'll buy anything. Jeff: "Always wondered if it worked. Guess not." Lester: "No, it does not." Hee. And, aw! I felt bad for Morgan! Not sure if that means there's hope for him, for me, or both of us, but at least there's hope!