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
In this episode Chuck and Sarah shared their first on-screen kiss.
When Chuck throws his guitar pin tracking device toward the tray of drinks, it lands in a shot glass full of red liquid. When the tray is placed on the table, the pin is now sitting on the tray beside the glass.
"My Absent Will" by Meredith Bragg & The Terminals
"Let's Get Crackin'" by DeeTown All-Stars
Morgan was playing Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare which is a single-player and multi player first person shooter for many video game systems.
There is a Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare poster in the background shortly after we see Morgan playing the game in the beginning of the episode.
While Sarah is trying to stop the timer, she takes the keypad off. She then goes to kiss Chuck. In the close ups of the timer the keypad is back on. In the long shots the keypad is off.
Ellie's full name is revealed to be Eleanor Fay Bartowski.
"Toxic" by Britney Spears
"Fresh Feeling" by The Eels
"Ain't I Been Good to You" by The Isley Brothers
In the scene where Sarah comes in Chuck's room to spend the night, behind her on the shelf is visible among others what looks like a box of famous MMORPG World Of Warcraft and two boxes of WOW expansion "The Burning Crusade."
According to the Chuck's flash on himself, his birthday is 09/18/1981.
Harry Tang's Rules and Regulations:
- No swearing.
- No expectorating.
- No fornicating.
- No drugs (including Red Bull).
- No personal calls on the clock.
- No Green Shirts fraternizing at the Nerd Desk.
- No eating or drinking on the showroom floor.
- No leaving food in the refrigerator overnight.
- No swinging from rafters.
In the library scene, the librarian finds Chuck and says he has to pay for the book overdue. But when the foreign agents come, the librarian vanishes and Chuck flees the place.
The lunch schedule posted by Harry Tang incorrectly lists Morgan as a Nerd Herder rather than a "Green Shirt," and lists neither a Fernando nor Amanda, the names assigned to two green shirt "extras" who have appeared throughout the series.
Captain Awesome remarks that instead of Stanford he'd rather see UCLA play SC (the University of Southern California), the Alma Mater of series creators Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak.
Chuck started college and met Bryce at Stanford University in 1999.
Chuck's old fraternity at Stanford is Gamma Delta Phi.
Chuck was kicked out of Stanford in 2003.
The picture of the yellow flower, shown in the presentation of Professor Fleming, is the same one Chuck flashed on in the episode "Chuck Versus the Helicopter".
Some of the names of the agents the Professor recruited include Sarah Yang, production coordinator on a number of The O.C. episodes, Joshua Safran, a writer for Gossip Girl and Tim Good, a special effects crew member on The O.C. Both shows were and are produced by Josh Schwartz, creator and producer of Chuck.
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