Chuck

Chuck (2007)

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Factual error: In a scene in "Chuck versus the Anniversary" (S04E01) that aired Monday September 20, 2010, Chuck is supposedly riding a Los Angeles city bus. But the buses pictured are NYC buses. (00:14:05)

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Factual error: A recurring mechanism in the series is if the power fails the prison cells that are magnetically locked open immediately. No magnetic locks are designed like this. They would fail their initial purpose which is to provide physical security. If a power outage occurs it would take hours before the locks would be released.

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Continuity mistake: In the series finale "Chuck versus the Good-Bye", Chuck and Sarah are in the Wienerlicious waiting for Quin to show up, Sarah begins rearranging the cups. There are three stacks of cups, and after she has set the third stack down, the camera cuts and she is now just reaching for the third stack. (She moved the third stack twice.)

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Quotes

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?
Sarah Walker: Christmas at the Burton household meant the annual Salvation Army con job.
Chuck Bartowski: Okay, you're a little different than the rest of us.

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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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