History Trivia / Chuck

24th Sep '17 3:59:29 PM nombretomado
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** There was a strong desire to have Creator/ChuckNorris appear in an episode that would have been called "Chuck Versus Chuck." Given the timing of the disclosure of this fact (around the time Season 2 started) and the roles that seem {{Chuck Norris}}able, it seems most likely he would have been Leader in "Chuck Versus the Gravitron."

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** There was a strong desire to have Creator/ChuckNorris appear in an episode that would have been called "Chuck Versus Chuck." Given the timing of the disclosure of this fact (around the time Season 2 started) and the roles that seem {{Chuck Creator/{{Chuck Norris}}able, it seems most likely he would have been Leader in "Chuck Versus the Gravitron."
27th Aug '17 12:19:14 PM Gosicrystal
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* TruthinTelevision: As in the plot of "Chuck Versus Tom Sawyer", many old arcade games do indeed have a "kill screen" where achieving a high enough level or score can generate bugged levels or cause other unusual effects. However Missile Command is actually ''not'' one of them, and merely loops back to the beginning when a certain point is reached.
** This can be excused, however, if one takes the designer at his word when he says that only he can access the Missile Command kill screen, and that Rush's Tom Sawyer is the "pattern of the universe." The game possibly requires following a particular pattern to access it, which only he knows (and is synced to Tom Sawyer...somehow).



*** Related to this, Fedak and Schwartz would have explored concepts like Chuck without the Intersect in season 4 more thoroughly (though this did get to be examined in season 5)

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*** Related to this, ** Fedak and Schwartz would have explored concepts like Chuck without the Intersect in season 4 more thoroughly (though this did get to be examined in season 5)
27th Aug '17 12:17:33 PM Gosicrystal
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* CaliforniaDoubling: The museum in "Chuck Versus the Mask" is The House of the Book performance hall and library building at the American Jewish University, Brandeis-Bardin Campus in Simi Valley, California.
** It also served as the MightyMorphinPowerRangers command center.

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* CaliforniaDoubling: The museum in "Chuck Versus the Mask" is The House of the Book performance hall and library building at the American Jewish University, Brandeis-Bardin Campus in Simi Valley, California.
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California. It also served as the MightyMorphinPowerRangers command center.



* FakeAmerican: Yvonne Strahovski is Australian, and briefly [[HowsYourBritishAccent uses her real accent]] while Sarah is masquerading as an Aussie.
** Strahovski is actually Polish-Australian; English is her second language. Of course, Sarah spoke Polish in at least one episode.

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* FakeAmerican: Yvonne Strahovski is Australian, and Polish-Australian. She briefly [[HowsYourBritishAccent uses her real accent]] while Sarah is masquerading as an Aussie.
** Strahovski is actually Polish-Australian; English is her second language. Of course, Sarah
Aussie, and spoke Polish her first language, Polish, in at least one episode.


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* IKnewIt:
** Who is Orion? [[spoiler: [[LukeIAmYourFather Stephen Bartowski]]]].
** In season three, even Morgan knew [[spoiler:Shaw lived. Come on, he was shot and fell in a river.]]
28th Jul '17 6:28:50 AM LoopyChew
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** There was a strong desire to have Creator/ChuckNorris appear in an episode.

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** There was a strong desire to have Creator/ChuckNorris appear in an episode.episode that would have been called "Chuck Versus Chuck." Given the timing of the disclosure of this fact (around the time Season 2 started) and the roles that seem {{Chuck Norris}}able, it seems most likely he would have been Leader in "Chuck Versus the Gravitron."
29th May '17 12:11:44 PM nombretomado
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* McLeaned: [[spoiler:Bryce Larkin, killed off]] at the end of season two when he [[WhiteCollar had a pilot picked up elsewhere]].

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* McLeaned: [[spoiler:Bryce Larkin, killed off]] at the end of season two when he [[WhiteCollar [[Series/WhiteCollar had a pilot picked up elsewhere]].
1st Apr '17 9:59:44 AM BlackTemplar
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** It also served as the MightyMorphinPowerRangers command center.
21st Feb '17 9:03:57 PM Ambaryerno
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* FanNickname: Arnold Vosloo's character, Vincent, is frequently referred to by fans as Agent Imhotep, alluding to his most famous role in ''Film/{{The Mummy|1999}}''. It's helped by the fact that Vincent manages to survive an ''absurd'' amount of punishment, apparently dying only to resurface again later ''several'' times.
4th Feb '17 9:31:34 AM Ambaryerno
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* OutOfOrder: Season 2 episodes "Chuck Versus the Best Friend" and "Chuck Versus the Suburbs" were broadcast out of order, due to an address by President UsefulNotes/BarackObama preempting "Chuck Versus the Best Friend." As "Suburbs" was the Valentines Day episode, the network kept it in its original timeslot on February 16, 2009 rather than move it back and maintain the story order. "Best Friend" was instead broadcast the following week, February 23. That they were originally meant to be aired in the opposite order is evident in the plots of both episodes: "Best Friend" continued plot points of "Chuck Versus Santa Claus," particularly between Morgan and Anna (who were still separated in "Best Friends," yet back together in "Suburbs") while further developing Chuck and Sarah's relationship as a lead-in to "Suburbs." Additionally, "Chuck Versus the Beefacke" built directly on the situation Chuck and Sarah were left in at the end of "Suburbs," which does ''not'' fit if "Best Friend" is watched in between. Strangely, the order has ''not'' been corrected on any subsequent home video or streaming release.
9th May '16 7:15:38 AM rafi
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* YouLookFamiliar: The actor who played Yuri the Gobbler had also played one of La Ciudad's goons.



** If the show had continued, [[spoiler:Jeff & Lester]] would have become Team Bartowski's [[Franchise/JamesBond Q]].

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** If the show had continued, [[spoiler:Jeff & Lester]] would have become Team Bartowski's [[Franchise/JamesBond Q]].Q]].
* YouLookFamiliar: The actor who played Yuri the Gobbler had also played one of La Ciudad's goons.
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9th May '16 7:15:09 AM rafi
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* CastingGag: ''All over the place''. Especially from season 2 onward you'll be hard-pressed to find a major ''or'' minor character who is ''not'' a geek culture icon. {{ActorAllusion}}s are pretty much a guarantee.


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* HideYourPregnancy: Sarah Lancaster's real life pregnancy was hidden in season four. Ironically, the pregnancy was announced a day after her character, Ellie, gave birth to her first child, Clara.
* McLeaned: [[spoiler:Bryce Larkin, killed off]] at the end of season two when he [[WhiteCollar had a pilot picked up elsewhere]].


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* YouLookFamiliar: The actor who played Yuri the Gobbler had also played one of La Ciudad's goons.
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