Back at the Buy More, Casey's stocking Roombas and Morgan's tagging along. Awesome shows up and comments on how "scary efficient" the Buy More is now. Morgan and Casey pretend they hadn't noticed, but Isaiah Mustafa's shooting price stickers from twenty-five, then thirty feet away. Awesome asks if everyone here is a spy, because Ellie would freak after Chuck promised to give up the spy life. Casey says Chuck's out, but the Buy More's still his cover. Morgan looks around, and grimaces his idea face.
Back at the mission, Chuck follows Sarah around, stammering an apology, while she tries to figure out where the smart bullets could be hidden with how little Sofia was wearing. They argue about how his last words could have been about her weird packing thing, and how he really gets that she needs to pack light for a mission. Oh, speaking of, they're on a mission right now, aren't they? Sarah suggests they get back to that. And back at the Buy More (have you noticed that even though this show looked like it was totally changing at the end of last season, it found a way to be about both the missions and the Buy More once again), Morgan tells General Redhead that things at the Buy More are running too smoothly. She takes it as a compliment, but he says it's so right it's wrong. See? Morgan might not know much about the CIA, but he does know about running a Buy More. He pours some Yoo-Hoo on the floor, and it's mopped up immediately, whereas it would have lasted for a week at the old Buy More (until Jeff came along and licked it up). They continue their tour, where a child stares at Isaiah Mustafa and tells his mom he doesn't want to be an astronaut; he wants to work at the Buy More. Morgan says no one should ever want to work at the Buy More. He proves his point to General Redhead while messing things up as they walk. CIA workers right everything almost as soon as he can move it out of place. General Redhead asks what he proposes.
Chuck and Sarah rappel from the top of the building into Sofia's presidential suite (he tries for a Spider-Man kiss, but a cutely upset Sarah won't oblige, THANK GOD BECAUSE LIKE ANYONE ELSE NEEDS TO PAY HOMAGE TO THAT STUPID STUPID KISS). Inside Sofia's room, they find a fully unpacked closet. Chuck can't help commenting on how she's a spy, too, and is all unpacked in a hotel, so they must not all have issues with it. Sarah thanks him for the snarky comments, but notices a safe and gets back on task. She starts to run some sort of decoding opener when they hear Sofia and her burly bodyguard Lou Ferrigno come in. Lou acts all needy with her, but she snits for him to just stand guard. Sofia comes into the closet and strips down to hop in the shower while Chuck and Sarah watch from their hiding spots behind her clothes. Sarah and Chuck bicker a bit about the naked hottie in the bathroom, and then split up to perform their tasks. Sarah goes to get the room card as Chuck Intersects his way into the safe (why were they using a decoder thing in the first place, then?). When he gets the smart bullets out, Sofia's standing behind him with a gun. He turns and sees she's naked, so she turns away. Sofia: "Look at me." Chuck does, but he says, "You should know: I have a girlfriend." Hee. Cute. Out in the other room, Sarah won't let Lou turn around, as she fakes Sofia's accent and he confesses his love for her. Sarah, such a softie, punches his lights out. In the closet, Sofia asks Chuck who he works for and how he found her. Chuck says he'd love to get into this, but asks if it would be any trouble to ask her to get a towel to cover herself. Sarah comes in then, so Sofia quickly grabs Chuck and holds him close with a gun to his head. Sarah asks if she's naked, and Chuck's like, "Who?" Then: "Her? Yes. Yes, she is." They escape to their ropes on the balcony, with the weapon in tow, and Sarah shoots back in the room at Sofia, with a "Put some clothes on."