Chuck Versus The Angel De La Muerte S03E03 (NBC)

Chuck is an American science-fiction television program created by Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak. The series is about an “average computer-whiz-next-door” who receives an encoded e-mail from an old college friend Bryce Larkin, a rogue CIA agent, which happens to embed the world’s greatest spy secrets into his brain. This is called the intersect.

From the Wikipedia entry on Chuck.

While Chuck has to deal with his new situation, he gets to enjoy the company of Sarah, working for the CIA, and Casey, working for the DOD. They use him as an asset to accomplish their missions, which surprisingly happen around town (?).

Chuck has just started its third season and it’s still entertaining. The mix between an everyday guy and espionage doesn’t get boring, since the character of Chuck actually puts us in these situations as well. I recommend it, though it’s not for everybody.

Warning: Spoilers ahead.

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The third season started a bit strangely. Chuck has been training for a while, but it isn’t really working out. He’s not able to control the Intersect. Does anyone else think that this is like controlling the Force? Maybe Chuck should get some training from a Jedi Master to calm his nerdy and horny mind.

This was another good episode. Armand Assante stars as a sort of reformed Fidel Castor persona and he’s coming to visit the US. Casey has tried to assassinate him a few times and failed. Now they have to protect him. Devon gets involved in the spy game.

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In the year 2000, Ellie and Devon are skipping out on school to screw in a broom closet. Nine years later, Devon and Ellie are having trouble setting up their stuff. Devon drops by Chuck’s place to get him. Chuck is just back from a CIA mission. While fixing their TV, Chuck flashes on Goya, the head of a small South American country.

Chuck and his team have to protect the Premier. There was an attempted assassination attempt on him. Devon is pretty awesome and the Premier’s doctor.

Devon tells Chuck that the Premier didn’t have heart problems. He had a lot of potassium in his system. He was poisoned.

Goya arrives at Devon’s place to invite them to a gala thanking him for saving his life. Chuck scores an invite.

Ellie talks with Sarah and Devon talks with Chuck about their relationship.

Chuck spots the assassin on his way out. He is ejected with Sarah for taking out some protester. Devon takes out Casey. Devon thought that Casey was going to kill the General. He was actually going to save the General from the assassin.

Casey is recognized El Angel De La Muerte. Casey sees the assassin doping the General’s cigar. Casey is almost able to foil that attempt.

Devon is called by the Consulate to help out with the Premier. He has a way in. Chuck gets his plan ready. Sarah has got her own plan going. Chuck and Sarah pose as medical staff as they enter the embassy.

The assassin works for Ring. They want to preserve the status quo. Casey is stuck by the assassin’s syringe. He is able to take him out.

The troops capture them all. Devon is working on the General. In order to prove that they aren’t assassins, Chuck and Sarah has got to work on Casey and save him from the bullet wound. He needs to flash. He does so and saves Casey. He manages to get the bullet out. The General needs a blood transfusion and Casey is the only one with the correct type.

The assassin has come after Devon.

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Author: range

I'm mathematician/IT strategist/blogger from Canada living in Taipei.

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