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  • Season 4 Episode 9: Chuck Versus Phase Three

  • Featured Music:
    "Miss Friday" by Nico Stai (Sarah alone in the bedroom, finds Chuck's proposal plan)
    "J'ai claqué la porte" by Chromeo (Chuck and Sarah make out, then Sarah asks Chuck to flash)
    "Creator (vs. Switch and FreQ Nasty)" by Santigold (Sarah tries to find The Belgian/Sarah fights in Thailand)
    "Woman" by Wolfmother (Chuck gets a call from Ellie while trying to escape)
    "Excuses" by The Morning Benders (Devon tells Ellie he's fixed the laptop, she enters the password)

  • Season 4 Episode 8: Chuck Versus the Fear of ...

  • Continuity:

    Throughout the scene where Chuck is dangling from the Gondola, his hands constantly jump from both grabbing the floor, to one hand on the door.

  • Continuity:

    When Agent Rye is in the Bartowski bedroom and eyes Sarah, she quickly closes her robe. Then the camera view changes to face her directly and she closes her robe again.

  • The mountain gondola says "Bösewicht Berghütte" which is German/Swiss for "Villain mountain lodge"

  • Featured Music:
    "Zero Zero" by Operator Please (Chuck undergoes 31 days of testing to get the Intersect back)
    "Perfect Day" by The Constellations (Jeff and Lester spy on Greta)
    "Towards The Sun" by Alexi Murdoch (Casey talks to Alex about Team Bartowski breaking up)
    "Hiding Place" by Aushua (Sarah in her empty bedroom, worried about Chuck)

  • The gondola going to the chalet where the auction is held is inscribed in German saying Bösewicht Berghütte. Translated this means Villain Mountain Lodge.

  • Season 4 Episode 7: Chuck Versus the First Fight

  • The device Frost uses to remove the intersect from Chuck's mind is a modified Sony PSP.

  • Featured Music:
    "Snake" by Frightened Rabbit (Chuck and Morgan talk about first fights and Mary in Orion's lair)
    "Ghosts n Stuff" by Deadmau5 (Chuck fights the Russians on the plane)
    "We Don't Eat" by James Vincent McMorrow (Mary and Ellie talk while Sarah looks on)
    "Kiss With a Fist" by Florence + The Machine (Chuck and Sarah argue while fighting Russians at the bank)
    "One October Song" by Nico Stai (Chuck and Sarah escape from Orion's lair)

  • The words Frost speaks in a foreign language is "Per fas et nefas" which is Latin for "Through right and wrong".

  • Season 4 Episode 6: Chuck Versus the Aisle of...

  • The car Chuck's mom drives during this episode is a Cadillac CTS-V Coupe 2011.

  • Featured Music:
    "Evacuate the Dancefloor" by CASCADA (Lester and Shirtless Jeff dance at the Buy More)
    "One Life Stand" by Hot Chip (Morgan joins Casey in Castle to watch Chuck buy the nerve toxin)
    "The Boogie Monster" by Gnarls Barkley (Chuck & Morgan experience Jeff & Lester's Halloween decorations)
    "Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairies" by Tchaikovsky (Both sequences with the images in the Aisle of Terror)
    "Dance Little Bird (The Birdie Song)" by The Tweets (Devon, Ellie, Honey and Mary at the baby store)
    "Dead Hearts" by Stars (Chuck gets Mary's message; Chuck & Ellie at the restaurant waiting; Chuck tells Ellie their mother is a spy)

  • Season 4 Episode 5: Chuck Versus the Couch Lock

  • The character names of Casey's old team all derive from computer manufacturers: "Packard" (from Hewlett-Packard), "T.I." (from Texas Instruments) and "Mackintosh" (after the Apple Macintosh).

  • Featured Music:
    "Dead Man's Party" by Oingo Boingo (Casey's funeral)
    "Day Like This" by Time Again (Casey takes down his former team and escapes)
    "On Sale Now (As Heard On Chuck)" by Daniel May (Jeff answers the phone when Casey calls in a Code Red)
    "Shop Till You Drop (As Heard On Chuck)" by Billy Martin (Morgan tells Casey he and Alex were together but are pretty much over now)
    "Second Hand News" by Mates of State (Morgan gives Casey an invitation to his party; again at the party)

  • Goof: Casey wears a Vietnam Service Medal with three bronze service stars to indicate multiple awards. This would indicate that he served four tours during the Vietnam War. For that to have been possible, he would have to be nearly sixty years old.

  • This episode settles the ambiguity about John Casey's rank in the Marine Corps. The insignia on his uniform clearly indicate he is a "full" or "bird" colonel and not a lieutenant colonel.

  • When Lester tells Morgan that Casey has been hitting the OG Kush and that he has "couch lock", he is referring to a potent strain of marijuana called OG Kush. Couch lock is what sometimes happen to people when they smoke too much marijuana, they can't seem to move from their seated position.

  • Goof:
    After Mac shoots Morgan in the arm, the laptopfeed of the security camera shows Casey without handcuffs, while in the previous scene the bad guys had handcuffed him next to Chuck and Sarah.

  • Season 4 Episode 4: Chuck Versus the Coup D'Etat

  • Featured Music:
    "Laura" by Girls (Chuck and Morgan watch the surveillance footage)
    "Tropicana" by La Tropicana Orchestra (The music for Goya's invitation video)
    "Sleep Walk" by Santo & Johnny (Morgan, Casey and Alex talk)
    "Rebulu" by Jesus Alejandro Nino (Chuck and company arrive at Goya's party)
    "Without You" by Lewis LaMedica (Alex kisses Morgan)
    "She Brings Me the Music" by RPA and The United Nations of Sound (Chuck learns about his mom through Goya, talks to Ellie about mom, and Sarah tells Chuck she loves him)

  • Season 4 Episode 3: Chuck Versus the Cubic Z

  • Goof:
    When Hugo knocks Greta out cold, she falls over backwards and we briefly see one of her bare feet. But when Hugo drags her away she has both shoes on again.

  • Morgan: managerial Bushido test, okay?

    Bushido is a traditional code of the Japanese samurai, duty, stressing honor, obedience, self-discipline, bravery, and simple living.

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