Big Mike's surname is Tucker. Big Mike Tucker!
"Get Away" by Butcher The Bar
"Style" by U R Penetrators
The rooftop/helipad where Sarah confronts agent "Longshore" when he attempts to extract Chuck, is the same location where she took Chuck after requesting extraction to protect him from Casey in "Pilot".
Chuck sends the photograph of the Shawarma Girl to Sarah's iPhone via an email to "firstname.lastname@example.org".
Sarah: (To a customer) Danke, dass Sie uns im Wienerlicious besucht haben.
The translation of this German phrase is: "Thank you for visiting us at Wienerlicious."
The code to reveal Sarah's hidden computer console at Wienerlicious is 720 + enter on the cash register.
When the delivery girl walks in to give the food, Chuck says: "29 deliveries, 29 bugs." It was 29 minutes into the show.
In the beginning of the episode, when Ilsa is trying on the necklace, subtitles say "I love it", while the Russian phrase that she says "Ya obozhayu eto" really means - "I adore it".
The phrase that Casey says, "Ya rada, chto tebe nravitsya" ("I am glad you like it") is actually a phrase for a woman to say, while a man would say "Ya rad, chto tebe nravitsya."
"Mexican Hat Dance" (Chuck's cellphone ring tone)
"Love On The Rocks" by Neil Diamond
"Ultimate" by Gogol Bordello
Sarah does not say "Don't touch me again, pig." in Russian to her assailant (as the subtitles say). Her statement isn't very clear because of a very heavy non-Russian accent, but it sounds more like: "Touch me again, and I'll break-off not only your finger." (Datronsya do menya otkruchu ne tolko paletz.)
The dance the Russian arms dealers are performing at the hotel is called Kalinka and is a national Russian dance.
When Chuck picks up the hundred dollar bill on the floor just before he flashes, it is bent and slightly crumpled. After the ladies pass by and the flash sequence happens, the bill is completely clean as if just pressed.
"Christmas in Hollis" by Run DMC
"Have A Holly Jolly Christmas" by Burl Ives
"Pimp Juice" by Nelly
"I Melt with You" by Modern English
"Deck the Halls" by [Unknown]
"Giving My Love Up To You" by Henry Turner's Crystal Band
"Oh Come All Ye Faithful" by [Unknown]
"Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G, I Allegro" by Johann Sebastian Bach
Just as the missile is about to hit the Crown Vic, you can clearly see the windshield and other windows have been removed to avoid injury in the upcoming explosion.
Jeff: I thought Shin beats Nun.
Jeff's thinking is logical since Shin is the 21st letter in the Hebrew alphabet and Nun is only the 14th.
Agent Casey's 1985 Crown Victoria has a 4.6L V8, however the Crown Victoria wasn't equipped with the 4.6L V8 until 1992. The 1985 Crown Victoria was originally equipped with a 5.0L V8. The actual vehicle shown is a 1991 5.0L model.
Chuck mistakes the contents of a crate to contain counterfeit plates. As it turns out, it only contains medical supplies.
This blunder also occurred in "Chuck Versus the Imported Hard Salami", where Chuck mistakes Lou's crate to contain smuggled weapons when in fact, it had imported meat in them.
Whilst General Beckman is speaking on the phone with John Casey about the new Intersect, various images flash on the video walls - these include Morgan, Lester, Jeff, a picture of a crossbow (reference to the episode "Chuck Versus the Alma Mater"), Lazlo (the Agent from the episode "Chuck Versus the Sandworm"), CIA Director Graham, Tommy (the Fulcrum Agent), Carina (DEA Agent from the episode "Chuck Versus the Wookie"), Bryce, Ellie, Awesome, Sarah, Casey and Chuck.
It is revealed that there's a rogue group inside CIA named Fulcrum.
"No One's Gonna Love You" by Band Of Horses
"On Sale Now" by Daniel May
"Sugar Assault Me Now" by Pop Levi
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