Chuck
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Pilot - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: Sarah's stilettos transform into flats when running after Chuck through the pool. (00:34:50)

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Chuck mistake picture

Pilot - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: The size of the laser aimed at Chuck during the rooftop standoff changes in every shot. (00:33:35)

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Chuck mistake picture

Pilot - S1-E1

Continuity mistake: During the car chase, the NSA's black SUV rams into Chuck's little car. The front license plate breaks off and is hanging on by one corner. When it's backing down the stairs, the plate has somehow reattached itself perfectly to the bumper. (00:29:20)

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Chuck Bartowski: But it's - it's Christmas. Look I'm not buying the whole Scrooge act. Underneath that spy cover is a regular person, just like the rest of us. I mean honestly, how weird could Christmas have been for you?
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Chuck Bartowski: Okay, you're a little different than the rest of us.

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Mistakes

When Morgan cuts the power to the home cinema room at Buy More and the angry black guy storms out, the circuit breaker box is still open. Yet, when he grab hold of Morgan a second later, the box has closed itself.

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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".

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