The mission tonight was all about decisions. Decisions, decisions. Turned out there were choices made in the past, present and future that had a major effect on Chuck, Sarah and Casey, especially the latter. For more on that, and Robert Patrick's bad breath, read on after the jump.
Previous episodes revealed that Casey had an alias. When you realized why Lt. Alexander Coburn took the Tic Tac from James Keller, Robert Patrick's character, how the military had just dashed his dreams, it all made sense. Casey wanted to be more than one of the few, the proud, the Marines. Keller was the devil and Casey succumbed.
Chuck never believed that Casey was bad, even after getting Casey's gun barrel pressed to his chest. And Sarah believed in him, too. The two were willing to risk their careers for Casey. Beckman, on the other hand, was as cold as ice. Apparently you're only as valuable as your last mission. Even after everything was over, she still drummed Casey out of government service. Goodbye, Colonel. Hello, Mr. Casey.
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