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  • Season 2 Episode 19: Chuck Versus the Dream Job

  • At the end when Ellie tells Chuck that their Dad's gone, the song "Daddy's Gone" by Glasvegas is playing in a non-censored version, as the f-word is audible just after Ellie says "I guess".

  • Chuck's father tells Chuck "Aces, Charles." This was said by Chuck's sister Ellie in the pilot episode where Chuck replied, "A dad quote, I'm impressed."

  • Season 2 Episode 20: Chuck Versus the First Kill

  • Featured Music:
    "Here" by Mackintosh Braun (Opening scenes)
    "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister (Buy More employees go crazy)
    "(Today I Met) The Boy I'm Gonna Marry" by Darlene Love (At the celebration)
    "Hungry Like the Wolf" by Duran Duran (Chuck and Jill run)
    "The Earth Has Lost Its Hold" by Calhoun (Jill gives the ring back)
    "Shopping for Blood" by Franz Ferdinand (Chuck and Casey infiltrate the office building)
    "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister (Chuck is rescued)
    "The Earth Has Lost Its Hold" by Calhoun (Chuck lets Jill go)

  • Season 2 Episode 21: Chuck Versus the Colonel

  • Towards the end of the make-out scene, Sarah is lying diagonally with her head on the edge of the mattress during the wide shots, but laying normally with her head on her pillow for all of the intercut close-ups.

  • At the very end of the episode, when Ted Roark gets in a truck, as it drives away you can see the shadows of the crew reflected in it.

  • Featured Music:
    "Creature Fear" by Bon Iver (Chuck and Sarah wake up)
    "Answering Machine" by Malbec (Morgan leaves)

  • During the episode Emmett has labeled Morgan as his assistant manager or "ass man". This was also a running joke during "Chuck Versus the Seduction", where Chuck leapt from the Buy More off of a "new assistant manager" banner. After it was ripped down and put back up it read "new ass man".

  • Season 2 Episode 22: Chuck Versus the Ring

  • The film Tron (1982) is referenced throughout the series (Chuck's poster in his room etc.) As a nod to the film, the actor who actually played Tron in the movie, Bruce Boxleitner, makes a guest appearance in this episode as Devon's father, Woody.

  • In the beginning of this episode, General Beckman tells Sarah and Bryce that they are supposed to leave for Zurich (Switzerland) the next morning.
    She ends her speech by saying "Auf Wiedersehen" which is "goodbye" in German, one of the four national languages of Switzerland.

  • Towards the end of the episode, Chuck drops into an all white room which contains the Intersect computer and re-downloads an updated version of the Intersect back into his head then destroys it. This scene mirrors the scene in the pilot episode that introduces Bryce Larkin.

  • Bryce lies bleeding in the all white room; but when he is moved, there is no blood seen anywhere in this room.

  • Casey's personal number is 323-555-0173.

  • Chuck's address is listed as:
    1838 Franklin St.
    Los Angeles, CA 90026

  • Featured Music:
    "Now We Can See" by The Thermals (Opening scenes)
    "Looking At The Sun" by Gramercy Arms (Chuck makes rounds at the chapel)
    "Mr. Roboto" by Styx (Jeffster! plays)
    "Christmas TV" by Slow Club (At the beach wedding)
    "Friday I'm In Love" by The Cure (At the reception)
    "3 Rounds And A Sound" by Blind Pilot (Chuck and Sarah's slow dance)

  • Season 3 Episode 1: Chuck Versus the Pink Slip

  • Goof: When Sarah is offering Chuck to run away with her she tells him to meet her at a Nadrazi train station. But Nadrazi is Czech for train station. So she only asks him to meet her at a train station which is rather vague given that Prague has seven main ones and several more smaller train stations.

  • Featured Music:
    "Black and Gold" by Sam Sparro (Chuck escapes; the simulation ends)
    "Wait It Out" by Imogen Heap (Flashbacks to Chuck and Sarah)
    "Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Is In)" by Kenny Rogers and The First Edition (Chuck wakes up)
    "Wait It Out" by Imogen Heap (Chuck kisses Sarah)
    "Hold On" by Wilson Phillips (Played on Emmett's car radio)
    "Backwards Walk" by Frightened Rabbit (Flashback to the train station)
    "Young Adult Friction" by The Pains Of Being Pure At Heart (Back at the Buy More)
    "Eye Of The Tiger" by Survivor (Closing scenes)

  • When Sarah is on the dance floor, the gun's targeting laser spot can clearly be seen, yet Chuck is the only one to realize it in a room full of undercover agents.

  • Season 3 Episode 2: Chuck Versus the Three Words

  • "Lapland" is a province in the northern part of Sweden.

  • We learn that Morgan's full name is Morgan Guillermo Grimes.

  • Featured Music:
    "Sexy B*tch by David Guetta ft Akon (Opening scenes)
    "Oh My!" by The Gray Kid (Chuck and Morgan at the club)
    "Just Like Paradise" by David Lee Roth (Carina shows up at the Buy More)
    "Sexy B*tch by David Guetta ft Akon (Sarah and Carina get ready)
    "Model Homes" by In-Flight Safety (Sarah talks to Beckman about Chuck)
    "That Kinda Booty" by Dem Naughty Boys (Housewarming party)
    "Here Comes Trouble" by Maino (Drinking contest)
    "Just Like Paradise" by David Lee Roth (Morgan scores)

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isolation from society, illegal activities, buddies and gal pals, keeping secrets, large scale destruction