Chuck

Chuck (2007)

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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 died.

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Correction: Prior to his attempt to "steal" the Intersect in the pilot, Bryce was contacted by Fulcrum. After he was contacted, he found out that they were trying to download & destroy the Intersect. So Bryce double-crossed Fulcrum by stealing it first and sending it to Chuck. Then Tommy (the agent we see in the flashback) revived him to find out what happened to the Intersect.

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