Corrected entry: In several episodes (notably in Season 4 episode 13 - Chuck Vs. The Push Mix), General Beckman, the Director of National Intelligence, refers to "my superiors." First, the DNI reports directly to the President of the United States. Also, a Brigadier General would never be elevated to that position. Thus far, all of the DNIs have been civilians, but if a military officer were appointed (presuming this would be legal) it would certainly be a four-star General, who would likely immediately retire from the military and then be appointed to the position (David Petraeus taking the CIA Director appointment comes to mind).Prince Ly Squisher
Corrected entry: In the pilot episode when Chuck sees the Intersect images for the first time, it takes hours for him to see them all (as the scene stretches from the end of the party to the next morning when his alarm beeps for work). Throughout the series, many other characters upload the intersect and yet for them it never takes more than about a minute to see all the images.LindiF
Corrected entry: In the first episode, we see Bryce Larkin "stealing" the intersect but failing when John Casey shoots him down. We later find out that an underground organization called Fulcrum has picked up his body so as to revive him and gain intel from him, etc. Later, after Bryce's "resurrection," when Bryce runs into Chuck and the crew, he explains that it was Fulcrum that wanted him to acquire the intersect for them. However, this isn't possible considering that they couldn't have sent him to gain the intersect because he didn't die until his attempt at it, and they didn't recover him until he email@example.com
Trivia: During the test where Chuck is shown a series of images, he mentions an "Oceanic flight" that was shot down. "Oceanic" is the name given to many ill-fated fictional airlines, and has been used in films like "Executive Decision" and TV shows like "Lost".Jedd Jong
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