Chuck (2007–2012)
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Chuck Versus the Subway 

Casey goes undercover to protect his daughter from The Ring, Big Mike receives some shocking news regarding the Buy More, and Chuck's father becomes the team's only chance of survival against The Ring.

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Lester Patel
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Alex McHugh
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Storyline

Ring double agent used Ellie as bait to lure the team into a real CIA base. Daniel Shaw is not only alive and back, he convincingly pleads to a Washington-mandated CIA panel that general Beckman is incompetent and Chuck's Intersect a mental liability. Chuck discovers that Shaw has a Ring Inyersect himself, but his clumsy attempt to prove that gets him arrested. Casey is diverted by his daughter's kidnapping. Father Bartowski returns to save Chuck, who refuses to desert cowardly, but is tempted to spare his beloved by disappearing. Written by KGF Vissers

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Action | Comedy | Drama

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24 May 2010 (USA)  »

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

In the cafe scene when Justin is threatening Casey the song is England Swings by Roger Miller. See more »

Quotes

General Diane Beckman: In conclusion, General,I would stake my reputatin on the success of Agent Bartowski.
General Merriweather: [Chuck bursts in fighting Justin] As you were saying, General Beckman?
General Diane Beckman: What the hell are you doing, Bartowski?
Ellie Bartowski: Chuck, what the hell is going on?
Chuck Bartowski: Apparently I have no idea.
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Connections

References Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) See more »

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The High Road
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Written by Danger Mouse and James Mercer
Performed by Broken Bells
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