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Chuck Versus the Masquerade 

Chuck and Sarah's Valentine's Day is put on hold when they must travel to England to protect an oil baron's daughter. A mysterious woman makes Casey a compelling offer. Ellie and Devon receive parenting help from an unusual source.

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Chuck and Sarah's Valentine's Day is put on hold when they must travel to England to protect an oil baron's daughter. A mysterious woman makes Casey a compelling offer. Ellie and Devon receive parenting help from an unusual source.

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Action | Comedy | Drama

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21 February 2011 (USA)  »

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Trivia

When Boris kills the German in Bremen 'Knallender Mais' is written on the microwave in the background. 'Knallender Mais' is a German translation for 'popcorn', but Germans don't use it at all, we haven't even heard of it, we simply use 'popcorn'. See more »

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When Chuck and Morgan are about to go their separate ways with Han Solo and Chewie, there is a photo on the wall of Sarah and Devon. The same apartment is used for the filming of Sarah and Devon's apartment and Chuck and Morgan's apartment. See more »

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Morgan Grimes: I gotta finish packing upand then I'm heading out that door, dude. And I'm just going to open myself up to the universe.
Chuck Bartowski: So - moving to your mom's?
Morgan Grimes: Pretty much straight over.
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References Donkey Kong Country (1994) See more »

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Send Me On My Way
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Written by Liz Berlin, John Buynak, Jim DiSpirito, Jim Donovan, Michael Glabicki, Patrick Norman, and Jenn Wertz
Performed by Sarah Lancaster, Ryan McPartlin, and Vik Sahay
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Bad parenting in a sitcom - big surprise
29 December 2011 | by (New Zealand) – See all my reviews

While this episode itself was pretty good, if you remotely care about babies and children, don't bother watching this episode! The 'fail' parenting in this will have you screaming at the TV. And I don't mean putting the baby in some ridiculous dangerous situation in which it's saved from doom at the last possible moment and they go on to live happily ever after. No. I mean, the actual bad stuff - sexualizing breastfeeding: really?! Saying a 4 months old baby is old enough to sleep in their own room: honestly?! Here the writers had potential to go against the normal sitcom grain and actually show some great parenting skills that doesn't normalize stupid parenting practices. But instead we get the same tired old rerun of parents ready to tear their hair out because the Baby. Just. Won't. Sleep. Get some new material people! Really.


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