Chuck (2007–2012)
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Chuck Versus the First Fight 

After getting into a fight with Sarah, Chuck goes on a solo mission and locates his mother's spy handler and a Russian agent. Ellie investigates her family's history.

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Devon 'Captain Awesome' Woodcomb
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Big Mike
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Lester Patel
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Jeff Barnes
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Ellie Bartowski
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Dasha
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Bank Teller
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Bank Guard (as Dave Goryl)
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Storyline

After their first real fight, Chuck avoids confronting Sarah by going on a rogue mission that leads him to his mom's MI-6 handler, Gregory Tuttle, and a mysterious Russian agent. Meanwhile, Ellie is on her own mission to uncover the Bartowski family's long-buried past. Written by NBC Publicity

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Action | Comedy | Drama

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1 November 2010 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Tuttle references the show "Alias", a show that has similar plots - albeit dealt with a less light-hearted manner - of a spy discovering their family has a history in the spy business. Also shares a plot point of mothers missing or presumed dead. See more »

Goofs

It is physically impossible to open the emergency exit of an aircraft in mid-flight--pressure differences mean that the door is cemented in place for the duration of the flight, and no amount of force achievable by human beings can so much as budge it. The scene where Tuttle and Chuck open said exit and jump out with their parachutes is thus likewise impossible. See more »

Quotes

General Diane Beckman: We're moving Frost to a Black Site Facility. That means no one gets to see her, especially Bartowski. Agent Walker, I suspect I can trust you to keep an eye on Chuck.
Sarah Walker: Of course, yes.
General Diane Beckman: Good. How is he handling all this?
Sarah Walker: Uh, he...
John Casey: He's fine, General. Calm actually, Very calm.
Chuck Bartowski: [Cut to Chuck] Calm? How am I supposed to stay calm? Sarah, I had everything under control. My mom was going to meet Ellie for 5 minutes then disappear forever. I asked you to trust me and you went behind my back. Why is it so...
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References Alias (2001) See more »

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One October song
Written by Nico Stai
Performed by Nico Stai
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