Chuck (2007–2012)
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Chuck Versus the Coup d'Etat 

Chuck and Sarah work on their relationship as they accompany Ellie and Devon to Costa Gravas to meet Premier Alejandro Goya. Casey has to contend with Morgan's interest in his daughter.

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Jeff Barnes (credit only)
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Lester Patel (credit only)
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General Diane Beckman
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Commandante Juan Pablo Turrini
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Dr. Fred Hornblower
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Chuck and Sarah work on their relationship as they accompany Ellie and Devon to Costa Gravas to meet Premier Alejandro Goya. Casey has to contend with Morgan's interest in his daughter.

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Action | Comedy | Drama

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11 October 2010 (USA)  »

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Trivia

The Russian on the plaque that causes Chuck to flash reads: "Fluctuations over the engine Number 01138 I hate 7165 John Bush 8157 Separation Test System Yaakov Smirnoff, Russia See more »

Goofs

When Awesome smacks the rear of his "Marble Me", it clearly wobbles, revealing it to be made of something decidedly lighter than marble. See more »

Quotes

Sarah Walker: [as Sarah is deciding on various bikinis] So you, uh, you just wanted to go on vacation?
Chuck Bartowski: Exactly, yeah. You know because Turrini's not a threat, and Beckman cleared us for a couple days. We've been so focused on my mom hunt, I thought it'd be nice if we could just be a couple of regular people relaxing on a tropical island - working on our communication exercisizes.
Sarah Walker: That's what you're excited about? Our "communication excersizes?"
Chuck Bartowski: Well, there are many ways in which to communicate.
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References Roman Holiday (1953) See more »

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Bésame Mucho
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Written by Consuelo Velázquez
Performed by Armand Assante
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