Sarah asked Ellie to be her maid of honour. However since Ellie is married the correct title for her is matron of honour.
When the narrator is describing the CAT squad, he uses Carina and Sarah's current names, even though we learn in the episode "Chuck Versus the Wookie" neither knew the other's name when they met.
"Black Red" by Dr. Dog (Morgan and Chuck talk about the elopement)
"65 Bars & A Taste of Soul" Charles Wright & the Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band (The team finds Roan tied up in Fatima's bed)
"Breeze" by Alex Silverman (Morgan tells Alex about his plan for Casey)
"Sixteen Tons" by Tennessee Ernie Ford (Roan is forced to work at the Buy More)
"Wind of Change" by Scorpions (Roan and Beckman's '80s love theme)
Goof: In the scene where Morgan is talking to Casey from Castle while Casey is in the wall, the actor Joshua Gomez is clearly wearing a wedding ring when the character is not married.
Ellie gives birth to her baby and they named her Clara.
Goof: After Morgan and Chuck apprehend the correct engineer, Roni Eimacher, the strap that they use to tie his hands together mysteriously moves from one side in the first shot to the other in the second shot and then back in the third shot within a couple of seconds.
Goof: When Morgan gets shut inside the room with the lasers the end of the gun he's holding gets cut off by one of them, yet when we see him again, a few seconds later, he throws on the floor a complete "un-cut" gun.
The engineer who designed Hydra is named Roni Eimacher. "Eimacher" means "egg-maker" in german, which refers to the fact that Hydra has the shape of an eyeball.
"Rad Anthem" by Rad Omen (Mary and Sarah break into Volkoff's office, again when Morgan uses his yoga prowess to get through the lasers)
"Got a Nerve" by Grand Vanity (Ellie tells Devon that her water broke)
Jeffster! covers "Push It" by Salt-n-Pepa (Baby Clara is born)
"Young Blood" by The Naked and Famous (The final montage and proposal)
"Grunka" really does exist in the IKEA catalog as a piece of kitchenware. The name litterally means "thing" or "gadget".
"AM/FM Sound" by Matt & Kim (Chuck is feeling upbeat about Sarah's mission)
"Midnight Runaround" by Pop Levi (Chuck fights Yuri in prison)
"Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks" by The National (Sarah tells Chuck that her mission to take down Volkoff could take a while)
"Silvia" by Miike Snow (Sarah and Mary talk on the plane; Alex, Chuck and Morgan visit unconscious Casey in the hospital)
Chuck's prison number on his jumpsuit is 092980. Zachary Levi was born on September 29, 1980, which is 09/29/80.
"Brimful of Asha" by Cornershop (Norman Cook Remix) (Lester's arranged bride arrives at the Buy More, and later dumps him)
"Is This Love" (JEFFSTER! covers the Whitesnake song)
"When I Go" by Slow Club (Chuck finally proposes)
"The Bottom of the Ocean" by Nico Stai (Sarah tells Chuck she's going undercover to take down Volkoff)
"Requiem: Dies Irae" by Mozart (Volkoff tells Mary that Agent Carmichael is alive)
"Turn It Around" by Miss Eighty 6 (Morgan & Chuck arrive for training at the 'Strip Kick' class)
"Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga (Morgan & Chuck practice pole dancing)
"Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" by Vaughn Monroe (Chuck & Sarah walk down the street talking while the assassins stalk them)
"Mexican Hat Dance" by Tim Jones (Chuck's ringtone when Morgan calls)
"In the Hall of the Mountain King" by Edward Grieg (Playing charades and hatching escape plans during Thanksgiving leftovers dinner)
"Jingle Bell Rock" by Bobby Helms (Ellie & Mary reminisce about the last Thanksgiving they spent together; Ellie asks why Mary left)
Lester: (pointing to Ellie's laptop) You have a Roark 7?
This is a reference to the laptop sent by Orion to the Buy More for Chuck. It was mistaken for the roark 7 (ultimate gaming laptop) by Lester and Jeff in the second season episode 17 Chuck Versus the Predator, who almost ended up blowing up the Beverly Hills Buy More with it.
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