Chuck

Season 3 Episode 6

Chuck Versus the Nacho Sampler

5
Aired Friday 8:00 PM Feb 01, 2010 on NBC
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Episode Fan Reviews (11)

8.7
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534 votes
  • Chuck gets his first opportunity to be a handler and gets to see things from Sarah and Casey's standpoint. Chuck comes face to face with all the decisions he must make as a spy. Lying to his friends, lying to his family, and betraying his mark.

    9.5
    A solid follow-up to Chuck's first mission. Chuck must pick up his first mark as a handler. The only problem is he comes on a little to strong and sort of gives the wrong impression. Later he gets it right with Sarah's help, but begins to realize he is going to have to make hard choices to do this spy job he decided he really wants. Sarah definitely has reservations about what is happening to Chuck as well.

    Meanwhile he is trying to help bring Hannah along through the shark infested waters known as the Burbank Buy More. Jeff and Lester are making their moves, but in the end they are working for Morgan who wants a shot at Hannah himself. During his "talk" with Hannah, she let's slip about Paris and now Morgan is on Chuck's case.

    Also Ellie is getting suspicious as Awesome is acting very weird every time Chuck's name or anything having to do with him is brought up. In the end Ellie and Morgan seem to be getting together on this.

    In between all of this an actual mission takes place with Chuck having his first situation as a handler. Unfortunately he's forced to do the right thing for the government which makes him a bad guy. This may make him realize at least a little of what Sarah and Casey goes through.

    I especially enjoyed the glee in which Casey was so excited about going to WeaponsCon in Dubai. He was like a kid in a candy store. Very cool.

    An episode with a lot of fun and some illuminating decisions on Chuck's part. It will be interesting to see him develop over this next year. Thanks for reading...
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