Chuck Versus the Masquerade

Trivia, Quotes, Notes and Allusions

Quotes (3)

  • Vivian: I can't stop thinking about that scene from Eyes Wide Shut. Chuck: Yes. Right? Vivian: And I like the idea of a theme party, but you put these people behind masks and it just gets... Chuck: Creepy? Vivian: Yeah. And a little sexual.

  • Chuck: Where are you going to go? Morgan: I don't know. I got to finish packing up, and then I'm going to head out that door, dude, and I'm just going to open myself up to the universe. Chuck: So, moving to your mom's? Morgan: Yeah, yeah. Pretty much straight over.

  • Big Mike: Good Lord! What happened to you two? You smell like vomit and Cheerios. Ellie: We had a baby. Devon: We need help.

Notes (2)

  • International Episode Titles:
    Czech Republic - Chuck a maškarní ples (Chuck and the Masquerade Ball)

  • Original International Air Dates:
    Canada: February 23, 2011 on SPACE
    United Kingdom: May 5, 2011 on Sky LIVING/Sky LIVING HD
    Turkey: April 18, 2011 on CNBC-e
    Australia: June 24, 2011 on FOX8
    Czech Republic: October 22, 2011 on Prima COOL
    Sweden: October 26, 2011 on TV6
    Finland: October 31, 2013 on Sub

Trivia (2)

  • Featured Music:
    "Felicia" by the Constellations (Chuck and Morgan go over their Valentine's Day plans)
    "Love Insurance" by Mike James Kirkland (Chuck and Sarah begin their Valentine's Day)
    "Immunize" by Pendulum featuring Liam Howlett (Chuck and Sarah arrive at the masquerade)
    "Send Me On My Way" by Rusted Roots (JEFFSTER! covers the song that puts Jeff, and Clara, to sleep)
    "Crinan Wood" by Alexi Murdoch (Chuck and Morgan discuss the end of an era)
    "No Time for Dreams" by Last Days of April (Morgan reveals that he kept Han Solo and Chewbacca in the family)

  • When Boris kills the German in Bremen 'Knallender Mais' is written on the microwave in the background. 'Knallender Mais' is a German translation for 'popcorn', but Germans don't use it at all, we haven't even heard of it, we simply use 'popcorn'.

Allusions (1)

  • Morgan: (discussing the Valentine's Day coordination) At precisely 9:30 Alex and I will saunter off to our room leaving you and Sarah ample time to watch Love Actually. Chuck: Ah, yes. A hit with ladies around the world. Love Actually is a 2003 romantic comedy telling the story of ten loosely linked stories leading up to Christmas set in London. It starred Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, and Liam Neeson among others.