The three buildings standing behind the WEAP-CON warehouse aren't part of the same skyline in Dubai, the first one on the left is the Burj Al Arab hotel which is located in Jumeira (in Dubai), and the other two are the Dusit Thani hotel and Emirates National Bank of Dubai, which are a part of the Sheikh Zayed Road skyline (the one shown right at the opening shot of Dubai).
The WEAP-CON convention warehouse is actually a Dubai municipality building as it clearly says in Arabic, they simply added the huge WEAP-CON logo on the facade. If you look closely, you can also see the municipality logo on the far left.
When Manoosh is at the castle (in Sarah's supposed bedroom), he calls Chuck and makes plans to meet at the Buy More but is then shot with the tranq, that makes him forget the last five minutes, so he shouldn't have remembered to show up at the Buy More as he does.
"Amarillion" by Datarock (Opening scenes)
Unknown Song (Manoosh meets Chuck at the bar)
Unknown Song (Chuck and Manoosh talk at the bar)
"Merrymaking At My Place" by Calvin Harris (Sarah enters the bar)
"Swan Lake" by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (Hannah enters Morgan's office)
"Rock The Casbah" by The Clash (At WEAP-CON)
"40 Day Dream" by Edward Sharpe and The Magnetic Zeros (Closing scenes)
The Nerd Herders do tech support and installation only, and the Buy More guys with the green polo shirts are the sales crew. Yet, Nerd Herd trainee Hannah wants to close a sale with Manoosh.
Throughout the episode Shaw is wearing an Annapolis shirt implying he went to the Naval Academy. Later in season 3 episode 15, when Chuck shows up to rescue Sarah from Shaw, he states that he had read Shaw's file and even every paper he wrote from West Point.
When Chuck was fighting Hugo Panzer in the cargohold, he grabbed a saber sword supposedly from the baggage belonging to a group of fencing team on the flight. Fencers do not use real swords. The swords they use are for competitions and have no edge and only approximate the weight and length of a real one, but not in thickness of the blade and it cannot cut because there is no edge for obvious safety reasons.
When the plane lands, there is an announcement, "Welcome to Paris Charles de Gaulle. Bienvenue à Paris Charles de Gaulle." Of course, in real life, the pilot would state things like time and temperature, which would be too long for a TV episode. But Charles de Gaulle Airport is not, in fact, in Paris. It's in nearby Roissy. Non-Parisians refer to it as Charles de Gaulle, Parisians tend to just call it Roissy. It is usually referred to on planes as "aéroport de Paris Roissy Charles de Gaulle" or "Paris airport Roissy Charles de Gaulle," or something similar. But it's always called Roissy, because that's where it is.
When Chuck finds the coffin, the hand that touches the label has a ring on it, although Chuck never wears one in the other scenes.
When Chuck is asked by Hannah (Kristin Kreuk) to analyze the other people sitting with them in first class, the first two people are classified as "Syrian dignitaries".
This is obviously false since the man on the left is wearing a turban, meaning that he is a Sikh, who only come from India.
When Chuck is told to stay on the plane, a large sized Eiffel Tower can be seen out the window, which is impossible. Planes do not have the right to fly over Paris, and the airport is too far away from Paris to see the Eiffel Tower as big as it appeared in that scene.
"Respect" by Otis Redding (Opening scenes)
"Open Late Weekends" by Daniel May / MasterSource (Casey talks to Chuck)
"Women's Wear" by Daniel May / MasterSource (Morgan shows up glued to a chair)
"Dream Come True" by Alan Ett (Chuck on the plane)
Unknown Song (Chuck fences with Hugo)
"Wake Up" by Mackintosh Braun (Chuck confesses)
"L'Amoureuse" by Carla Bruni (Chuck meets Hannah and closing scenes)
When Lester (and later Chuck) clips both jumper cables to the chain-link 'cage', the people who touch the fence afterwards are given a nasty shock. In reality, such a set-up would not result in any shock at all, since the electrical current would move from one battery terminal, through the part of the cage nearest the clips, and then back into the other terminal, completing the circuit. In order to give someone a shock, one terminal would need to be connected to the fence, and the other would need to be connected to the floor or ground, so that the circuit would be completed whenever some unlucky person comes in contact with the fence.
"Space Monkeys" by Dust Brothers (The Nerd Herders use their secret sign language)
"Got Nuffin" by Spoon (Chuck helps Devon on the mission; Chuck needs help with the Ring)
"Bears" by Sam Isaac (Closing scenes)
Morgan's business card shows his address as:
9000 Burbank Blvd.
Burbank, CA 91506
The Wilhelm Scream is heard when Jeff electrocutes the cage in the fight club.
It seems that Devon can speak Spanish fluently.
This episode confirmed that Casey served in the United States Marine Corps.
It is revealed that Sarah spend a year with the Secret Service.
Ellie asks Chuck and Sarah if they had seen Devon, even though he had already told her that he was going to be with a patient.
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