As Menew's Don't Give Up On Us Now starts playing, Agent Superman and his bad guys shove Chuck, handcuffed, into the back of the armored truck with Sarah and Casey. Sarah asks him what happened, where's his dad. He just sits there, numb, and says, "I'm sorry." They realize what's happened and she tells him she's sorry. Casey tells him not to worry; they'll get Agent Superman. Chuck says, "No we won't." Agent Superman steps regally to the back of the truck and tells him he loves this new defeatist attitude, which suits him. He tells his agents these guys won't be seeing the light of day again, and then sends the agents off. He tells Sarah, Casey, and Chuck to bond and share war stories, because when the truck stops, so do their lives. And even now, I can't hate him. There's a quiet desperation in his face that is pretty sad, especially if you try to remember what led him here: the realization that he was sleeping with and falling for the woman who killed his wife, and that the CIA knew it all and had put him in this position in the first place. Not exactly the type of stuff that lets one keep his sanity, now, is it?
Episode Report CardDeAnn Welker: A+ | 1793 USERS: B
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