The wedding is drawing closer, and Morgan’s (Joshua Gomez) hunt for his own place continues, but Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) are working with Vivian Volkoff (Lauren Cohan) to access her father’s accounts in a bank in Macao.
Chuck Versus the First Bank of Evil was written by Henry Alonso Myers and Craig DiGregorio and first debuted on 28 February, 2011. Sarah admits to Ellie (Sarah Lancaster) that she’s having problems getting excited about the wedding, so that weighs on her mind, even as Vivian learns some of her father’s secrets.
Sarah begins to focus on the dress, and she may actually find a way to get excited about the event. And it’s fun to see her getting happy about the wedding.
In the BuyMore Jeff (Scott Krinksy) and Lester (Vik Sahay) are causing problems with Morgan as they mess with his hunt for an apartment, by canvassing Renaissance Faires for ladies.
And what is Casey (Adam Baldwin) up to? And how close is Morgan to finding out what it is? And with his knowledge of what is going on, Morgan may have just found himself a place to live.
The episode features a fun appearance by Ray Wise (as well as a delightful bank robbery sequence) who delivers some stunning information to Vivian that may change her entire outlook on everything, including the reveal that it was Chuck who captured him and put him away.
What will that mean for Vivian? And has Chuck just created the baddie that will see out the rest of the season?
Chuck Versus the A-Team was written by Phil Klemmer and debuted on 14 March, 2011.
Sarah and Chuck begin to suspect that Casey is up to something, and she is determined to figure out what is going on.
Morgan meanwhile, tries to settle in as Casey’s roommate, and is attempting to keep Casey’s missions a secret, that puts Chuck and Morgan on opposite sides. It’s fun to see the pair square off, even as Sarah and Chuck trail Casey, spying on him.
In fact, Casey has a brand new team! And while Chuck and Sarah finally get a mission (no where near as good a mission as they expected), Awesome (Ryan McPartlin) is having problems with Ellie at home, because she is looking after Clara all the time, and not having another adult to talk to all day…
All of this is going to culminate into a showdown between the two teams because it seems Casey’s new team is in possession of Chuck’s dad’s computer and may be Intersects. Oh boy…
But when a bomb needs defusing, Casey may need both teams to work together to pull off the mission, and in the end, there can only be one team…
The intersect computer makes its way back to Ellie, so what will that mean?
More spycraft, laughs, love, and pop culture next week!