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  • Season 2 Episode 15: Chuck Versus the Beefcake

  • Featured Music:
    "Tigers in the Fire" by Love Grenades (Cole Barker arrives at the nightclub)
    "Wake Up" by Mackintosh Braun (Sarah talks to Barker)
    "Airplanes" by Local Natives (Chuck and Sarah talk about torture)
    "The Brightest of the Head" by Starflyer 59 (Closing scenes)

  • On the Queen's Order to Cole Barker, "recognized" is spelt the American way. An order from the Queen of the United Kingdom would use the British spelling "recognised".

  • On the information Sarah sees about Cole Barker it says he was "born in to Jason Barker and Mary Fields", although it should say "born to" instead of "born in to".

  • Season 2 Episode 16: Chuck Versus the Lethal W...

  • When Cole Barker is shot for the first time in the party, Sarah says "oh my god, you're shot." She pronounces the word shot in an Australian accent. This is Yvonne Strahovski's real Australian accent.

  • When Chuck tells his sister he's not moving in with Sarah, you can for a few seconds see that the room doesn't have a roof.

  • The t-shirt Sarah is wearing as a pajama top is the same shirt Chuck wore under his white dinner jacket at the end of "Chuck Versus the Seduction".

  • Noteworthy information from Chuck's Diagram:
    1. General Beckman is officially identified as an Air Force officer for the first time, thought this has always been implied by her rank and blue uniform.
    2. Chuck labels Langston Graham as "CIA liaison to Gen. Beckman and the DoD," though, unbeknownst to Chuck, he was CIA Director prior to his death.
    3. Chuck identifies Sarah's real middle name as Lisa, though when she had first mentioned it in "Chuck Versus the Wookie", she spoke under her breath as Chuck was walking away, seemingly out of earshot.
    4. Jill's Fulcrum codename, "Sandstorm," is appended to her photo next to Bryce on the Stanford section of the diagram rather than the one next to Leader/Uncle Tobias on the Fulcrum section.

  • Featured Music:
    "God & Suicide" by Blitzen Trapper (Chuck and Sarah wake up)
    "Walks Like An Egyptian" by The Puppini Sisters (The mission starts)
    "Signs" by Bloc Party (Closing scenes)

  • Season 2 Episode 17: Chuck Versus the Predator

  • In the last talk between Big Mike and Morgan you can clearly see an Israeli Navy SEAL (Shayetet 13) Insignia attached to Morgan's vest.

  • The laptop Orion sends to Chuck is actually an Alienware laptop with the distinctive alien head shaped lighting disguised. Almost all of the lighting effects are a part of the real machine.

  • In Hong Kong when Orion notices Fulcrum agents closing in on him, he turns his screen to the black message screen. When the scene cuts to another camera angle, the screen is back to normal and then black again in the next camera change.

  • In Chuck's flash on Vincent, a service history of LTC Vincent Smith is shown, that falsely calls him LTC Wolfe.

  • Featured Music:
    "Making Love Out of Nothing At All" by Air Supply (Morgan listens to Big Mike and Bolonia)
    "Amazing Life" by Matt Pond Pa (Closing scenes)

  • Season 2 Episode 18: Chuck Versus the Broken H...

  • Jeff has at least one sister who is an exotic dancer.

  • Though it says Devon performs the surgery this isn't possible as he is ko'ed in the Buy More after Chucks 49B tranqs him, that or he performs the surgery prior to the pacemaker being fitted with the GLG4000 either way a small continuity error.

  • In the vault, Casey turns the valve of the nitrous oxide tank anti-clockwise, which opens the valve, instead of clockwise to close the valve.

  • Featured Music:
    "Hearts and Minds" by Matt Pond Pa (Chuck wakes up)
    "Jump Around" by House of Pain (Devon's bachelor party)
    "2 Legit 2 Quit" by MC Hammer (Devon's bachelor party)
    "LoveGame" by Lady GaGa (Devon's bachelor party, the girls enter)
    "Bottle Pop" by The Pussycat Dolls feat. Snoop Dogg (Devon's bachelor party, Alex enters)
    "Turnin' Me On" by Keri Hilson (Devon's bachelor party, Alex dances)
    "Bite Hard" by Franz Ferdinand (Sarah drives away)
    "Blood Bank" by Bon Iver (Closing scenes)

  • One of the names that scrolls by as Sarah begins her search for Chuck's father is Robert Duncan McNeill, the show's supervising producer and sometimes director.

  • Season 2 Episode 19: Chuck Versus the Dream Job

  • The episode has a smattering of indirect references to Silicon Valley execs. The whole NextExpo is a reference to Steve Job's second computer company "NeXT Computer". During the Expo, Ted Roark brags about money similar to Larry Ellison's wealth. The entire casual dress and office atmosphere is reminiscent of Google and others. The line where Ted states to Chucks father "I always had the way with the girls" is a reference to Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. Woz was always the computer guy who could create anything while Jobs was the master salesman. Ted's glasses, monster image and goals to taking over the world seem to be a reference to Bill Gates and Microsoft.

  • Featured Music:
    "Highschool Hoodlums" by The Datsuns (Chuck shows up for his interview/Chuck meets Ted Roark)
    "Around The Bend" by The Asteroids Galaxy Tour (NextExpo kicks off)
    "Luisa's Bones" by Crooked Fingers (Chuck discovers Roark's secret/Chuck suits up)
    "Daddy's Gone" by Glasvegas (Chuck gets a free pass/closing scene)

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