Libertine rock-star Tyler Martin is to perform in Burbank, the Buy More offers a 'golden ticket' with his latest record. A flash from Chuck indicates Jihadist terrorist killer Achmed Gambir is after him, so the trio is assigned to protect Tyler, in this case Chuck openly, posing as record label official, with Casey and Sarah as backup. A new flash clarifies silly, harmless party animal Tyler is important on account of his tattooed back, but the assassin is very skilled. Written by
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This episode contains several references to Tony Hale's previous TV series, Arrested Development
(2003), including the frequent use of the Europe song "The Final Countdown" and Hale yelling "No Touching!" See more
[returning from a mission
If you're worried about Chuck, I can talk to him. Scare him straight, I'd actually enjoy that.
Uh, no. That's okay. I'll get him under control.
[Casey opens the door to his apartment, they both realize Chuck and Martin are gone
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