Captain Awesome ultimately accepts to let the nerd herd join his bachelor party when they offer to host it for free in the Buy More, which ends up producing compromising pictures Ellie gets to see. Even worse for Devon, his hospital badge is missing, a firing offense. Chuck has to impersonate him to plant a tracking device in a top-wanted Pakistani terrorist's right hand's heart, with his personal physician Dr. Mohammed Zamir keeping a watchful eye. During the operation, Chuck proves that he functions perfectly in the team despite of even better because of his close relationship with Sarah, contrary to agent Alex Forrest, whom the general sent to test them.
Did You Know?
In this episode, the alias used by Rashad - Harry Lime - is a reference to Orson Welles character in The Third Man
(1949). See more
Alex Forrest's Swedish passport has a disconnect between the birth date and the personal number. The birth date in 29 Jul 1974 and the personal number is 790729-9361. The first six digits of a personal number are the birth date in yymmdd format, so it should be 740729-9361. See more
General Diane Beckman
Agent Walker, despite your heroism, you have directly disobeyed several orders...
Wait General, um, I'm sorry but-but isn't the most important part of being my handler making sure I stay alive?
It's okay Chuck.
No, it's not.
[Everyone looks at Casey
Let him finish.
Thanks... Um, General. What I'm trying to say is that because my relationship with Sarah is so... you know, we're - we're close. We care about each other. That's- that's what I'm trying to say. And - and I know it's not protocol or ...
References The Third Man
Written by Erik Schrody
Performed by House of Pain See more