It seems that the first version of Intersect (the one young Chuck accidentally downloaded) was running on a Commodore Amiga computer. Apparently it was quite buggy, as there was the infamous "Guru Meditation" clearly visible in the screen.
When Chuck poses as Yuri Shishenko and he says good-bye to Shaw, it sounds like "Do stavan'ya" while the correct "good-bye" in Russian sounds like "Do svidaniya".
"On My Way Back Home" by Band Of Horses (Chuck and Ellie reunited)
"Sundial" by Wolfmother (Team Bartowski goes undercover)
"El Jarabe Tapatio (aka "Mexican Hat Dance")" (Cellphone ring tone)
"Blaze Of Glory" originally by Jon Bon Jovi (Jeffster! performs)
"Blue Beard" by Band Of Horses (Sarah saves Chuck)
"Don't Hide Away" by Bishop Allen (The Buy More aftermath)
"The High Road" by Broken Bells (Chuck and Sarah at the market)
"One More Try" by Timmy T (Devon drinks)
"England Swings" by Roger Miller (Casey and Justin at the diner)
"Neighbor" by Band Of Horses (Chuck gets the governor)
"One October Song" by Nico Stai (Stephen goes down)
"Congratulations" by MGMT (Alex enters the Buy More)
"Don't Give Up On Us Now" by Menew (Chuck is taken)
When Ellie points out to Chuck and Stephen the door Justin would disappear through after their rendezvous there is a white sign with blue writing on the wall of the building, but when Chuck and Stephen actually go through the door, the sign is no longer there.
Some of the money in Casey's locker has "FOR MOTION PICTURE USE ONLY" written on it and the serial number "G3 00005967 T" - The same serial number was written on Niki Sanders' stolen money in Heroes.
Chuck is reading Y: The Last Man, a comic book series about Yorick, the last man surviving on the plague-struck Earth with his pet monkey Ampersand.
Featured Music: "Love Hurts" originally by Roy Orbison (Jeffster! performs) "September" by Earth, Wind and Fire (Big Mike reveals his past) "I Am Your Skin" by The Bravery (Closing scenes)
Beethoven's "Symphony #9 In D Minor" and "Ode to Joy" are the same piece of music, "Ode to Joy" being the name of Schiller's poems, whose words became the lyrics in the final movement of the 9th Symphony. So Chuck's dream was accurate.
This is the first time that we see possible side-effects of the Intersect. It'll remain one of the main focuses of the next seasons.
Goof: When the orchestra is performing and the camera focuses on two violin players it is clearly visible that the violin bows are not touching the strings.
Ellie: (On the phone) Are you sure you want the box set of ER? (Giggles slightly) Right, but all 15 seasons? (Pause) Yeah, I know Devon, it's the best show ever.
The box set Ellie is holding only contains 12 seasons. In the United States, at the time of the airing of this episode, only seasons 1 through 12 of ER had been released on DVD. Season 13 was released on July 6, 2010. The DVD release dates of seasons 14 and 15 had not even been announced yet.
President Zuti's country Zamibia is fictional, but its name appears to be a combination of the names of two real African countries: Zambia and Namibia.
"Ode To Joy" by Ludwig van Beethoven (Chuck's dream)
"Right Round" by Flo Rida (Anna shows up)
"Symphony #9 In D Minor" by Ludwig van Beethoven (At the concert)
"Jackie Wants A Black Eye" by Dr. Dog (Morgan wants to know about Chuck)
"Here's Looking At You, Kid" by The Gaslight Anthem (Closing scenes)
The complimentary card on the drink left by room service for the Turners is mispunctuated "Bartowski's" (singular possessive), when it should read "Bartowskis" (plural).
"Comin' Home Baby" by Mel Torme (The Turners show up)
"I'm Gonna Love You Just A Little More Baby" by Barry White (Morgan's first assignment)
"La Donna E Mobile" by Verdi (At the party)
"Sans Soleil" by Miike Snow (Closing scenes)
Goof: Although Juan Diego Arnaldo, the Basque terrorist, is supposed to be Spanish he clearly has a Mexican accent.
The Polish rocker (played by Tim Loden) on the train, is Yvonne (Sarah) Strahovski's real life boyfriend.
When Chuck is calling General Beckman after getting off in the fictional Swiss city of Pündtün, the phone operator prompts, in German, for two Euros. Switzerland's official currency is the Swiss Franc.
At the 16:29 mark, the "crying baby" that the female passenger hoists up next to Morgan is clearly a doll.
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