Captain Awesome ultimately accepts to let the nerd herd join his bachelor party when they offer to host it for free in the Buy More, which ends up producing compromising pictures Ellie gets to see. Even worse for Devon, his hospital badge is missing, a firing offense. Chuck has to impersonate him to plant a tracking device in a top-wanted Pakistani terrorist's right hand's heart, with his personal physician Dr. Mohammed Zamir keeping a watchful eye. During the operation, Chuck proves that he functions perfectly in the team despite of even better because of his close relationship with Sarah, contrary to agent Alex Forrest, whom the general sent to test them. Written by
Did You Know?
Chuck's interaction with the terrorist doctor, "Doctor. Doctor. Doctor . . . and doctor," is a direct homage to Chevy Chase
's dialogue with similar doctors in Spies Like Us
(1985). See more
The mission involved stealing the key card from Devon "Awesome" in order to plant the bug inside the pacemaker. To do this, they have to get him drunk, but end up tranquilizing him. The mission is a success and the bug gets planted. But Devon was the surgeon for the operation. If he is still unconscious and missing his key card, how could he have performed the surgery the next morning? See more
Yeah, I'll place this GLG-4000 inside Ahmad's pacemaker before it's implanted. When he returns to Hassan Khalid's secret cave, he'll be a high-tech human bug.
Agent Alex Forrest
Then not only will we know the terrorists' secret location, but we'll be one step ahead of their plans.
, Agent Alex Forrest
Get the door.
References Hawaii Five-O
Too Legit to Quit
Written by Louis Burrell
, James A. Earley
, Michael P. Kelly, M.C. Hammer
, and Felton Pilate
Performed by M.C. Hammer See more