Chuck

Season 3 Episode 3

Chuck Versus the Angel de la Muerte

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jan 11, 2010 on NBC
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Premier Alejandro Goya, a dictator who wants to open his country for democratic elections, is treated at Westside Medical Hospital, where Captain Awesome and Ellie work. The team is assigned to protect Goya during his stay, while Chuck has to gain some inside medical information about Goya by using Devon.moreless

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Zachary Levi

Zachary Levi

Charles "Chuck" Irving Bartowski

Yvonne Strahovski

Yvonne Strahovski

Sarah Walker

Ryan McPartlin

Ryan McPartlin

Devon "Captain Awesome" Christian Woodcomb

Sarah Lancaster

Sarah Lancaster

Eleanor "Ellie" Bartowski

Adam Baldwin

Adam Baldwin

Colonel John Casey

Andrew Connolly

Andrew Connolly

Jack Artman

Guest Star

Eduardo Garcia

Eduardo Garcia

Head of Security

Guest Star

Herbert Siguenza

Herbert Siguenza

Scarred Revolutionary

Guest Star

Bonita Friedericy

Bonita Friedericy

General Diane Beckman

Recurring Role

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  • TRIVIA (10)

    • It seems that Devon can speak Spanish fluently.

    • This episode confirmed that Casey served in the United States Marine Corps.

    • It is revealed that Sarah spend a year with the Secret Service.

    • Ellie asks Chuck and Sarah if they had seen Devon, even though he had already told her that he was going to be with a patient.

    • Goya's blood is stated to be AB-; since AB blood type lack anti-A and anti-B antigens, Goya would have been able to accept any donor with a Rh- type, i.e. any 0-, A- or B- blood type donor.

    • Premier Goya is the military dictator of a fictional South American country called "Costa Gravas". Costa-Gavras is the name of a Greek film director best known for the movie Missing (1982), which takes place in 1972 Chile - A South American country under a military dictator.

    • When Devon first enters the dictator's hospital room, the nurse is taking off his belt. Scene flashes to Devon, and then flashes back to the bed where the nurse is taking the same belt off again.

    • Featured Music:
      "Bohemian Like You" by The Dandy Warhols (Devon and Ellie make out)
      "El Yerbero (Instrumental)" by Jesus Alejandro El Nino (The team shows up at the gala)
      "Cafecito (Instrumental)" by Jesus Alejandro El Nino (Ellie and Sarah talk at the gala)
      "Songozon (Instrumental)" by The Latin Mambo Orchestra feat. Gabriel Gonzalez (Ellie dances with Goya)
      "Living A Lie!" by Daniel Zott (Chuck and Sarah debrief)

    • When Ellie and Devon return from the gala, Devon's cellphone shows a time of 10:50am, although it is still dark outside.

    • When Chuck is operating on Casey, he asks for "tweezers." The surgical instrument is correctly called "forceps."

  • QUOTES (3)

    • Chuck: Listen, I've been meaning to ask, what do you think our cover should be, you know, moving forward...?
      Sarah: Well, I think we should keep it simple. So... How about friends?
      Chuck: Friends, huh? Yeah, that could work. I suppose I could fake being friends with someone like you.
      Sarah: And I don't find you completely repulsive, so...
      Chuck: Thanks!
      Sarah: So, yeah. Friends?
      Chuck: Yeah, yeah. Friends. (They shake hands awkwardly)

    • Sarah: Is there anything your brother-in-law can't do?
      Chuck: Well, thus the nickname.

    • General Beckman: I want you to go to the hospital and guard against further threats to his life, natural or otherwise.
      Casey: But haven't you personally given me the order to kill that commie crackpot on three occasions?
      General Beckman: And three times, you have failed to complete your orders.
      Sarah: (teasing) I thought you said you had a perfect record.
      Chuck: Wow, this is getting entertainingly uncomfortable.

  • NOTES (4)

  • ALLUSIONS (1)

    • When Chuck flashes on the Ring's poisoner, the flash indicates that he was involved in the 2006 poisoning of former KGB and FSB agent Alexander Litvinenko.

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