General Beckman would abandon the search for Orion, but Chuck convinces her there remains one option, getting a Fulcrum agent to talk. Although unauthorized, who offers a deal to Jill Roberts, who confides her 'uncle' Bernie, a family friend, is ranking high enough and trusts her. Alas, at the 'engagement party' for Chuck and Jill, Bernie attacks him and has a fatal cardiac arrest. After Sara betrays to Chuck the general's plan to 'bury' the Intersect project altogether, he and Jill, tailed by Casey, find and intrude the Fulcrum HQ where Orion must be held captive. Meanwhile Emmet tricks the nerd herd in making him look good enough to a Buy More HQ inspector to be 'promoted away', but that's not the true stake. Written by
Did You Know?
A scene where Chuck and Casey walk out with a dead guy named Bernie while pretending he is alive is a reference to Weekend at Bernie's
(1989). See more
When we see the CCTV monitors in the Fulcrum building that follow Sarah and Jill's ingress to the building, the camera is shown to be looking down from a high mounting on the wall, but the shot visible on the monitor is from a camera at about waist level. See more
How do I know I can trust them? The government wants to keep the Intersect in my head. My father's the only one who can get it out. It's not rocket science.
Okay, I know that you don't trust them. But do you trust me?
Good. Then I promise you, we're going to find him.
The Earth Has Lost It's Hold
Written by 'Calhoun'
String Arrangement by Douglas Edward
Performed by Douglas Edward
This song is performed twice within the episode See more