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Chuck: Chuck Versus the Crown Vic

Chuck and Sarah pose as a couple to stop a counterfeiting yachtsman with ties to political figures. Meanwhile, the staffers at Buy More attend the annual holiday party, which will see stricter guidelines from Big Mike.

Episode Info

Episode number: 1x11
Production Number: 3T6460
Airdate: Monday December 03rd, 2007

Director: Chris Fisher
Writer: Zev Borow

Alternate Airdates:

UK (sky LIVING) Jun 16, 2008


Guest Stars
Mark Christopher LawrenceMark Christopher Lawrence
As Big Mike
Bonita FriedericyBonita Friedericy
As General Diane Beckman
Scott KrinskyScott Krinsky
As Jeffrey "Jeff" Barnes
Tony ToddTony Todd
As CIA Director Graham

Co-Guest Stars
Julia LingJulia Ling
As Anna Wu
Vik SahayVik Sahay
As Lester Patel
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
Episode Notes
Sarah Lancaster (Elle) doesn't appear.

At the beginning of the show Lester claims he spun a Gimmel (and claims that's the best roll), but lies, since the dreidel really shows a Hei. Which is especially ironic since Ana right afterward says "isn't Hey best?" If she's right, he could have won without lying. (Both Gimmel and Hei could be best, it depends on what version of the game is being played.)

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Burl IvesHolly Jolly Christmas 
Henry Turner's Crystal BandGiving My Love Up To You 
NellyPimp Juice 
Run DMCChristmas in Hollis 
(Unknown artist)I Saw Three Ships 
(Unknown artist)Oh Come All Ye Faithful 
(Unknown artist)Deck the Halls 

Episode Quotes
Morgan: By the way, never trust a woman whose name is a palindrome.

Morgan: A relationship is built on trust, Chuck. Sex and trust. Am I right?
Chuck: Yeah, yeah, two big prerequisites I guess.

Episode Goofs
When Chuck picks up the dropped $100 bill, it is partially crumpled with an obvious crease in it. When he holds it up a moment later and flashes on it, it is nicely pressed as if it had never been crumpled or creased.

At 17.32min when Chuck gets out of the car, you can see a lolly sticking to his butt.

Other Episode Crew

CreatorChris Fedak  |  Josh Schwartz
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