Chuck's nerd herd was prepared for the Christmas shopping rush, not apparently mentally instable Nathan Edward 'Ned' Rhyerson crashing in his car trough the front glass and taking everyone hostage without clear demands. Awesome is among the hostages with Ellie, but refrains his natural heroism long enough at Chuck's urging. Casey and Sarah fail to extract unwilling Chuck separately and end up hostages, Casey even loses a toe. Police detective Mauser, the negotiator in charge, alas also makes Chuck flash. Written by
Did You Know?
In addition to featuring Al Powell, other guest characters take their names from other movies. Ned Rhyerson (Jed Rees) is named after the Stephen Tobolowsky
character in Groundhog Day
(1993), and Lt. Mauser (Michael Rooker) is named after the Art Metrano
character from the 'Police Academy' sequels. See more
In the scene where Sarah Walker shoots the Fulcrum agent, She raises the gun in her right hand and shoots him. In the next shot, she is seen holding the gun in her left hand with her right hand cupped under it. When the camera changes she is seen holding the gun raised in her right hand again. See more
You may have beat me, Agent Walker. But FULCRUM's won. I know that Chuck Bartowski's the Intersect.
Chuck's secret is safe! And you're going straight to a CIA detention facility never to be seen or heard from again!
You go right ahead, Agent Walker. Arrest me. But say "Good-bye" to Chuck. You see I'm not like those other FULCRUM agents. They'll do whatever it takes to find him. And when they do. Every FULCRUM agent we have will know Chuck's the Intersect. It's going to be the end of his ...
References Apocalypse Now
I'll Be Home for Christmas
Written by Kim Gannon
, Walter Kent
, and Buck Ram
Performed by Bing Crosby See more