This episode ranks up there with one of the best pilot episodes ever. It’s an incredibly strong, well-rounded episode –quirky with lots of exciting spy drama and does a great job setting up the characters and storyline for the up coming seasons. I was hooked.
Reminded me a lot of the Scarecrow and Mrs. King episode, "There Goes the Neighborhood," where Lee and Amanda played the cover of a married couple to infiltrate the suburbs.
One of the funniest episodes ever. “Damn, truth serum.” Great combination of drama, comedy and romance, mixed with wonderful family moments.
Two words: John Larroquette. He was just amazing in this role and Chuck and Sarah’s cover kiss was smoking hot.
Having worked retail, I can relate to some of the antics that one might see at the Buy More. I also loved the whole phenomenal cast together. The Die Hard homage is hysterical. Then Sarah being a total badass and killing the Fulcrum agent without any thoughts or regrets. It also proved that Sarah would do anything to protect Chuck.
I loved the finale of season four and thought it was just about as perfect an episode as could be (until the last few minutes). Chuck risking everything to save a dying Sarah. The beautiful wedding with Morgan officiating, and the wedding vows were heartfelt. It was jam-packed, roller coaster ride episode – my biggest complainant is it really should have been a two-hour finale.
Love seeing Chuck and Sarah all cute and in love, as they try to runaway from the spy life, only to accidently get involved in a case. Sarah being cute and funny with her southern accent – again proving what a versible actress Yvonne Strahovski is. I also absolutely loved the final fight scene with Chuck and Sarah crashing through the café window on a scooter, while handcuffed together and Morgan helping out in the act.
I loved getting a backstory for Sarah and I thought Nicole Richie was good as Sarah’s old high school nemesis. The fight scene in the high school locker room is astounding. Bonus: Casey as the DJ.
Two very strong back-to-back episodes. Ellie learns the truth about Chuck. Shaw kills Papa Bartowski. Morgan and Awesome being their only hope. Casey’s Crown Vic. Lots of suspense and tender family moments.
Chuck and Sarah go on a mission to save Casey from turning bad. I love the well-choreographed fight scene at Casey’s former finance’s house. A great backstory for Casey and he learns he has a daughter.
Classic Jeffster! Ellie and Awesome’s daughter being born. Chuck proposing to Sarah, no words being said, just him getting on one knee and giving her the ring (very SMKish).
Morgan finds out Chuck is a spy. More great Buy More antics as the Buymorians stage a revolution. Jeffster singing Fortunate Son. Wonderfully directed by Zachary Levi. Joshua Gomez is terrific as Morgan and is incredibly funny in this episode. I just love his reaction when he finds out Chuck is a spy.
Paris! Chuck shooting Shaw to save Sarah. Then Chuck saving Sarah from falling into the river. Chuck and Sarah finally truly together.
Chuck and Sarah on the run – reminded me a lot of Lee and Amanda on the run in "Stemwinder." Awesome discovers Chuck is a spy. Casey gets chained to a radiator. Some of the best lines in the series. Lots of Tron references. Bonus: Guest stars Chevy Chase and Scott Bakula were both brilliant!!
Amazing from start to finish. Casey being the wedding planner. Jeffster! The Mr. Roboto montage! Ellie and Awesome’s beautiful wedding. Bruce Boxleitner and the “Indian lesbian” line! Chuck uploading 2.0. “Guys, I know Kung fu.”