Back at the party, Ellie is coaching Chuck not to mention old girlfriends and to move on, saying Stanford was five years ago, but I'm not really paying attention because I see Tony Todd is guest starring! I didn't think the show could raise its kick-ass factor much beyond Adam Baldwin, but the Candyman and that voice so deep it makes James Earl Jones jealous will actually do exactly that. As nice as Ellie is to Chuck, though, she thinks Morgan is such a loser she can't even look at him. I...understand, so far. The email from Bryce comes through, but Morgan leaves before Chuck plays it, which is just as well, because it's a blurry seizure-inducing jumble of historical images and somewhat disturbing shots, and while it plays, Chuck seems to be having a physical reaction to it. We flash-forward to morning, and it's just after 7:00 AM when he comes out of it...and promptly faints.
Morgan wakes a fuzzy Chuck up from his floor; soon after, in the shower, Chuck sees a flurry of jumbled images he's at a loss to explain, including what looks like a lemon pie. So not only did Bryce give him a constant headache, but he's continually going to be fighting off the urge to eat too much dessert? Thanks, Dead Bryce. Chuck's feeling too out of it to drive, but when he hands the keys off to Morgan, he says something about staying off the 5 due to the cops' "phased deployment," which causes him and Morgan to go "Hmm" for a second before going back to happily geeking it up. And speaking of which, we see what the Nerd Herd is all about -- they're a tech-support booth at a Best Buy-type joint called "Buy More," and Chuck is Head Nerd, it looks like. Well, Morgan's the head nerd, but that's not an official title. Also, there's a bit about there being a virus that can crash your computer named after a Middle Eastern porn star names "Irene Demovar." You may not believe me when I tell you that that Will Be Important Later.