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Chuck: Chuck Versus The First Bank Of Evil

Chuck pushes Vivian McArthur to get in touch with her inner villain for a mission. Elsewhere, Sarah tries to get in touch with her inner bride as wedding plans ramp up. Meanwhile, Morgan's search for a new roommate takes an unexpected turn.

Source: NBC

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x17
Production Number: 3X6317
Airdate: Monday February 28th, 2011

Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky LIVING) Jul 21, 2011

Guest Stars
Lauren CohanLauren Cohan
As Vivian McArthur Volkoff
Ray WiseRay Wise
As Riley
Fran├žois ChaoFran├žois Chao
As Guillermo Chan

Co-Guest Stars
Aaron BlakeAaron Blake
As Centaur
J. Paul MooreJ. Paul Moore
As Henry VIII
James KwongJames Kwong
As Vault Guard
John OJohn O'Brien
As Older Technician
Michael J. SielaffMichael J. Sielaff
As Younger Technician
Nicole HawkyardNicole Hawkyard
As Leather Woman
Tom ChoiTom Choi
As Skinny Guard
Woon Young ParkWoon Young Park
As Menacing Guard
Main Cast
Zachary LeviZachary Levi
As Chuck Bartowski
Yvonne StrahovskiYvonne Strahovski
As Sarah Walker
Adam BaldwinAdam Baldwin
As Colonel John Casey
Joshua GomezJoshua Gomez
As Morgan Grimes
Sarah LancasterSarah Lancaster
As Ellie Bartowski
Mark Christopher LawrenceMark Christopher Lawrence
As Michael 'Big Mike' Tucker
Vik SahayVik Sahay
As Lester Patel
Scott KrinskyScott Krinsky
As Jeff Barnes
Bonita FriedericyBonita Friedericy
As General Diane Beckman


Vivian Volkoff stands before the door her locket has opened. Inside, there's a key card on a pedestal. When she picks it up, a red light starts flashing and beeping. She murmurs "I give up" before dropping her head in her hands. A gentleman states that she's having a strange reaction to being given a gift of this magnitude. He's Riley, Alexei's attorney. He has a letter for Vivian, which he starts reading in her father's voice as ordered by Alexei. She asks him to read it normally. The letter states that the card in the safe will help her rebuild Volkoff Industries. She refuses. He says nobody says no to Alexei, as he pulls a gun on her. Perhaps she'd like to rethink her answer. She attacks him, and escapes...

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Cultural References
Chuck: Come on, come on! It's about that time, honey bunny.

Chuck says this while he and Sarah are robbing the bank of Macau. It is a reference to a line from the 1994 film Pulp Fiction, where a man and woman are robbing a diner and the man refers to his girlfriend as honey bunny.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorChris Fedak  |  Josh Schwartz
Executive ProducerNicholas Wootton  |  Chris Fedak  |  Robert Duncan McNeill  |  McG  |  Josh Schwartz
Co-Executive ProducerPeter Johnson  |  Paul Marks  |  Kristin Newman
Supervising ProducerCraig DiGregorio
Co-ProducerBen Kunde  |  Douglas S. Ornstein
Consulting ProducerHenry Alonso Myers
Associate ProducerSarah Yang  |  Rick Hubert
Production DesignerDina Lipton
EditorJeff Granzow
CastingPatrick Rush
Unit Production ManagerDouglas S. Ornstein
First Assistant DirectorDavid Trotti
Second Assistant DirectorKellie Jo Tackett
MusicTim Jones (4)
Costume DesignerRobin Lewis-West (1)
Set DecoratorHalina Siwolop
Transportation CoordinatorScott Guthrie (2)
Property MasterScott Bauer
Director of PhotographyBuzz Feitshans IV
Story EditorLauren LeFranc  |  Rafe Judkins
Costume SupervisorLinda Huse
Visual Effects SupervisorDan Curry
Department Head HairSusan Kelber
Department Head Make-upJoni Powell
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