Chuck (2007–2012)
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Chuck Versus the Business Trip 

Chuck and Sarah must stop an assassin after the Intersect at a Buy More convention. Jeff shows a new side to himself.

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Chuck and Sarah must stop an assassin after the Intersect at a Buy More convention. Jeff shows a new side to himself.

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Action | Comedy | Drama

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Trivia

The book that Jeff is reading is "Flowers for Algernon," which is about a mentally disabled man who undergoes treatment to greatly increase his intelligence. See more »

Goofs

When the team is reviewing Viper's kill list, the word "Terminated" appears on Morgan under the premise that it is reflecting off of the TV screen. However, as it is a reflection, it should instead be a mirror image of the word. See more »

Quotes

General Diane Beckman: Perhaps we should -
[Decker's image overrides Beckman's]
Clyde Decker: Good afternoon. I hear we're having the most unfortuneate little kill order mix up.
General Diane Beckman: [the screen splits in half as Beckman reappears] Don't you *ever* interrupt my feed again, Decker! I am still your superior.
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References Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980) See more »

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Minute Waltz
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Composed by Frédéric Chopin
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Perfection. What else?
19 November 2011 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

A classic example of why the show has so many die-hard fans (literally... I love Die Hard). The cult references make for hilarity, especially in the hands of a group of characters with such wildly different tastes, knowledge of popular culture. The action scenes are well crafted in this episode, taking their time to climax, with complexity to the investigation by our spies and twists that lead to cliffhangers... Why 10? 1. Jeff's rebirth is a brilliantly refreshing turn for the Buy More side of the plot; the whole dynamic within the store has irrevocably changed for the better. 2. Chuck's facial expressions when in shock, any other situation. 3. Sarah and Casey's continued confusion whenever popular culture is referenced.

Chuck needs to do little more than the status quo to have me bawling and wanting more and as such I may be blind to any weaknesses in the show, but frankly, if you're reading this, so are you.


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