Father Steve 'Orion' Bartowski managed to wipe the Intersect from Chuck's brain, so he resigns from the Buy More, happily followed by Casey, who is promoted colonel and assigned to a mission in Afghanistan. Steve's return promises to make Devon and Ellie's wedding perfect, except for Chuck who learns Sara is also reassigned, paired up with Bryce, the new Intersect. But on the big day, Ted Roark turns up with Fulcrum goons, demanding the Intersect control cube or the wedding will become a bloodbath. Casey's Marine veteran mate Miles turns on their CIA team but spares his life as a return favor. Bryce is in for surprises of his own. Written by
Did You Know?
We learn that Steve Bartowski had invented and tested the original Intersect on himself, saying he did it 20 years ago. This is a nod to Scott Bakula
's series, Quantum Leap
(1989), which premiered 20 years ago in 1989. Bakula's character, Sam Beckett, was a physicist/computer genius who had tested the Quantum Leap Accelerator he invented, on himself. See more
The cube can't fall into the wrong hands. I made a promise to Orion.
That was the deal. Your dad knew I protected you at Stanford. I was the only spy he would trust.
I can't believe you've known this whole time.
He wanted to keep you out of this. But I knew you could handle the Intersect. I knew Sarah would find you. And most importantly, you deserved to know the truth about your father. He's a hero. Now, let's go get your sister married.
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