Chuck enlists his family, friends and some unexpected allies in a race to stop Nicholas Quinn from destroying everything he's built.
After a harrowing mission, Sarah has a huge secret for Chuck. Meanwhile, Ellie and Awesome get the opportunity of a lifetime.
When a mission in Japan morphs into a hostage situation, Sarah and Chuck must face the merciless Nicholas Quinn aboard a speeding bullet train.
As Chuck and Sarah try to realize a new, safer future, Morgan's past as the Intersect sends them to Vail on one last mission.
Casey's forbidden love, Gertrude Verbanski, walks back into his life with a questionable mission in South Beach.
When Sarah is forced to confront a secret from her past, she feels she must do so alone. But Chuck really wants her to let him help.
Chuck and Sarah discover who's really behind the plot to destroy Carmichael Industries. Ellie's plans for a perfect Christmas begin to come apart.
Chuck and Sarah race against time to take down a dangerous computer virus, pitting them against a ruthless spy who will stop at nothing.
A mission to track down a computer super virus leads Chuck to return to his roots as a hacker -- and to call on his biggest competition.
Chuck and Sarah go undercover at a Buy More convention to hunt down an assassin who's tasked with taking down the new Intersect.
The team is tasked with finding one of the CIA's "most wanted." Elsewhere, Captain Awesome makes a startling revelation about Jeff and Lester.
Chuck and company struggle to establish themselves as Carmichael Industries in the face of a rival security firm led by Gertrude Verbanski.
Carmichael Industries takes on a slick, rich thief and a conniving investor who's stolen money from some of the world's most dangerous people.
In the season finale, Chuck must enlist help from his wedding party to take down Vivian Volkoff and stop her from destroying the big day.
Chuck and Sarah's wedding preparation includes one final detail: ensuring that the groom's mother makes it to the ceremony alive.
Chuck puts aside spy work for a weekend of debauchery, but his bachelor party doesn't go as planned after some uninvited guests arrive.
The 'Chuck' star tells us what to expect with the new relationship as well as finding Chuck's mom.
No more Mr. Nice Spy! Chuck is back and he's the Chuck you know: the hapless Nerd Herder hopelessly devoted to sexy super spy Sarah. And he's the Chuck you don't know: a master martial artist whose brain is locked and loaded with the new Intersect 2.0. How the two Chucks clash, bash and (sometimes) cooperate makes Season Three total, action-packed fun. More new stuff: A dashing rival (Brandon Routh) joins the team, someone from Chuck's Buy More life discovers his secret and Chuck learns the spy biz can turn the nicest guy dark and dangerous. "For the last two years, we've protected Chuck from the world," the General notes. "But now we have to protect the world from Chuck."
Chuck Bartowski, ace computer geek at the BuyMore, is not in his right mind. That's a good thing. Ever since he unwittingly downloaded stolen government secrets into his brain, action, excitement and a cool secret- agent girlfriend have entered his life. It's a bad thing, too. Because now Chuck is in danger 24/7. Executive producers Josh Schwartz (The OC, Gossip Girl) and McG (Charlie's Angels, We Are Marshall) merge techno-gadgetry, martial-arts smackdowns, narrow escapes and gorgeous spies in short shorts into this action comedy about a millennium Everyguy.
This season, Chuck is in luck: The government's new Intersect II is ready for espionage service. And that means the old Intersect (Chuck) can go back to his old life. But if Chuck goes, he's gone: Casey has orders to off him. In this series, named one of Time's 10 Best of 2008, Chuck survives to battle perilous plots, enemy agents and Buy More's obnoxious new assistant manager, Emmett Milbarge (recurring guest star Tony Hale, Arrested Development), in the comedy- and action-packed Season Two. Here's some of what's up: Sarah's past is revealed, Morgan almost becomes mature, and Captain Awesome and Ellie plan the Big Day. Plus our unlikely hero rockets into more nonstop butt-kicking, techno-gadgeting, Chuck-dangling-several-stories-above-the-pavement action, as long as no one needs help setting up e-mail!
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