Chuck

Chuck (2007)

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Chuck Versus the Cliffhanger - S4-E24

Corrected entry: It is established that the Intersect must match the recipient's brain pattern to be able to upload safely. Yet it didn't kill Morgan when he wore the glasses meant for Chuck.

Correction: This version of the Intersect had a bug in it that would erase the host's memory, so even though they were intended for Chuck, it is still a faulty version of the Intersect, and if not removed in time, it very well could have killed Morgan. Remember, the Intersect evolves as the show goes on.

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