Chuck (2007–2012)
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Chuck Versus the Anniversary 

No longer working for the government, Chuck enlists Morgan's help to search for his mother. Sarah and Casey must infiltrate a mysterious Russian company, and Ellie has important news to tell the family.

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Cast

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Big Mike (credit only)
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Lester Patel (credit only)
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Greta
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Storyline

No longer working for the government, Chuck enlists Morgan's help to search for his mother. Sarah and Casey must infiltrate a mysterious Russian company, and Ellie has important news to tell the family.

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Action | Comedy | Drama

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20 September 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Harry Dean Stanton, from the 1984 cult classic Repo Man (1984), played the repo man who repossessed Morgan's car in this episode. See more »

Goofs

Mary is shown tucking Chuck into bed in 1994 and he is obviously nine or 10 years old. However, since Chuck started school at Stanford in the fall of 1999, he should have been 12 or 13 in 1994. See more »

Quotes

Sarah Walker: No lying - that was our rule.
Chuck Bartowski: In all fairness, I was just - you know, keeping a secret. I wasn't lying.
Sarah Walker: New rule: No secrets. No lies.
Chuck Bartowski: Starting now.
Sarah Walker: Starting now!
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Connections

References Top Gun (1986) See more »

Soundtracks

Generator 1st Floor
(uncredited)
Written by Doris Cellar, Chuck Criss, Judah Dadone, Jacob Hyman and Kevin Read
Performed by Freelance Whales
Courtesy of Mom + Pop Music Co. and Frenchkiss Records
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Chuck vs. the end
28 December 2010 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

Half way through the first episode of the new season (season 4) i felt bored and than it hit me, Chuck is done. The whole nerd becomes a spy thing is over now that he is one and has been for the whole last season. By now almost everybody Chuck knows and/or loves knows he is a spy so that isn't exciting anymore either. Not to mention that he got the girl he was after. Furthermore i found that they made some lame choices to try and make the character and story interesting again. For example, his sister now knows Chuck is a spy, or was for that matter, because he promised her he would quit, but now he is returning to the spy biz without telling his sister about it. It's kind of a lame way to bring back a secret in my opinion. So now i'm asking myself, what's the point of watching this show any more? It's beginning to feel like a drag you know. Time to put an end to this story if you ask me.


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