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.
When Chuck and Sarah are on the train to Zürich, the caption says they are going through "Lyon, France", and a very pretty little village in the mountains is shown. However, the village shown is not Lyon, which is the third biggest city in France.
The Swiss town Pündtün where Team Bartowski is at, does not exist, but it sounds like it could be in the eastern Swiss canton of Graubünden. Also, the fact that Arnaldo suggests they eat nut cake, supports this, as a certain type of nut cake is a specialty of the Graubünden region. However, if they took the train from Paris to Zürich, it is very unlikely that the route would lead them through the canton of Graubünden.
"Holiday" by Vampire Weekend (Opening scenes)
"Four By Four" by Shout Out Louds (At the cafe)
"Leaving On A Jet Plane" originally by John Denver (Jeffster! performs)
"Section 9 (Light And Day/Reach For The Sun)" by The Polyphonic Spree (Chuck and Sarah make their decision)
"Feeling Good" by Nina Simone (Closing scenes)
Casey and Morgan discover that Chuck and Sarah took the train from Paris to Zürich via Lyon at the Gare Montparnasse. But this station only serves the West and South West of France. To take a train to Switzerland, they should have gone to the Gare de Lyon.
Morgan becomes an official member of the Team Bartowski.
The episode ends with a view of the Eiffel Tower outside their hotel window. Chuck first reveals his life long dream to see the Eiffel Tower in episode 3x05, "Chuck Versus First Class".
"Kettering" by The Antlers (Chuck vs. Shaw and Sarah)
"If You Leave" by OMD (Chuck vs. Morgan)
"Bye Bye Bye" by Plants & Animals (Closing scenes)
It is revealed that the woman Sarah shot as part of her red test was Daniel Shaw's wife Evelyn Shaw.
Despite the fact that Casey was dismissed and denied access to the Castle, as seen in previous episodes, in this one, Sarah calls for his help through morse code, and seconds later he can be seen inside the castle as if he still had complete access to it.
"At The Checkout Counter" by Billy Martin (Casey and Morgan talk to Chuck at the Buy More)
"Down River" by The Temper Trap (Chuck reveals his feelings to Sarah; Casey tells Sarah the truth)
Chuck becomes an official spy with a badge and his own gun.
The case file for Chuck's target -Hunter Perry- says that he was born in 1984, while the actor - Kyle Bornheimer was born in 1975 and looks even somewhat older than that.
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