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Chuck Bartowski is a computer geek that gets catapulted into a new career as the government's most vital secret agent. When Chuck opens an e-mail subliminally encoded with government secrets, he unwittingly downloads an entire server of sensitive data into his brain. With the government's most precious secrets in Chuck's head, Major John Casey of the National Security Agency assumes the responsibility of protecting him. His partner is the CIA's top agent, Sarah Walker.
As Chuck Bartowski continues to come to grips with his newly adopted life as a spy, tension builds between his recently appointed partners Sarah Walker and John Casey. When a doctor who seems to have a solution to Chuck's problem is killed, Casey and Walker turn the blame at one another. Both agents persistently try to convince Chuck that the other one is responsible and now it is up to Chuck to decide which one to trust. Who will he choose?
Chuck Bartowski is finding out that living two separate lives is not going to come easy. After being challenged by his boss at Buy More, Chuck needs the help of his best friend Morgan and the Nerd Herd, to prove that he is up to the task and ready to become assistant manager. Meanwhile, Sarah and John force Chuck to go undercover for his first real spy mission. It seems that Chuck's two different lives are learning to Tango, but which one will learn to take the lead?
Chuck faces an unusual task, when Sarah's hot colleague from the CIA shows up requesting help for a mission. Morgan tries to get Chuck to set him up with Sarah's new friend. When Chuck finds out that a million dollar diamond hidden in a Malibu mansion is being used to help fund terrorists, he must help these two beautiful women steal it back. Chuck is finding out that Sarah's job of living a double life, which she is all too good at, is really preventing him from getting to know who she really is.
Chuck faces his first moral dilemma as a spy. When agents Sarah and Casey refuse to help an unauthorized mission that is taking place in Chinatown by a top Chinese spy, Chuck is faced with a tough decision. Either go against the U.S. government and his friends, or do what he believes is right? Meanwhile, Morgan is caught in a dilemma of his own when Buy More forces him into a sales competition that could cost him his job.
Chuck accidentally runs into a fellow government agent who seems to be living a similar life. It turns out this agent is a gadget whiz, whose brain makes him a national security asset and a dangerous liability, much like Chuck. Chuck faces a predicament whether he should help turn this agent into Sarah and Casey or help this agent escape his handlers. Meanwhile, Halloween, a holiday that means a lot to Chuck and Morgan as buddies, proves to be a little different this year as Morgan feels that Chuck is neglecting both their childhood and friendship.
Chuck has to return to Stanford University, the institute that expelled him, on homecoming weekend to help a former professor. Chuck finds out that his former professor is also a government operative who is being hunted out for a sensitive top-secret file. Chuck must use his past experiences to find his Professor's hidden secret, while at the same time discovering shocking secrets about his own life. More importantly, Chuck discovers the truth about his former friend, Bryce Larkin, the one who got him kicked out of Stanford. Meanwhile, Morgan has problems with the new assistant manager at Buy More.
Chuck battles with his cover love life and real love life when he meets a very pretty girl named Lou, who seems interested in the real Chuck. On the other hand, his relationship with Sarah heats up as they go on a double date with Ellie and Captain Awesome and try to explain their sex life. Meanwhile, a poison specialist is trying to obtain codes to nuclear facilities and is using a "truth" poison to help get his answers. After all are exposed to the truth, Chuck soon discovers a lot about his partners.
Chuck starts dating Lou, a sandwich maker, and things seem to be going really well. This incites some jealousy on the behalf of Chuck's ex-girlfriend, Sarah, as she may be discovering that her feelings were not all just a cover. However, things seem to get complicated when Lou is discovered to be a part of a smuggling group. Is the relationship with Chuck another phony or is this relationship for real? Meanwhile, Morgan starts developing a new relationship with an unlikely girl.
It's Thanksgiving and Chuck's nemesis, Bryce Larkin, returns to his life after being ruled dead earlier in Chuck's life. Secret internal committees trying to destroy the intersect, now better known as Chuck's brain, saved Bryce in hopes he would be able to help them locate it. Bryce needs Chuck to help prove to Sarah, Casey and the rest of the CIA that he is not rogue. Upon seeing Bryce and Sarah back together, former lovers and partners, Chuck grows jealous and doubts any future with Sarah. Meanwhile, Buy More is prepping for the biggest shopping day of the year and Morgan is left in charge to ensure all runs well.
Still licking his wounds after realizing Sarah continues to have feelings for Bryce, Chuck must assume the cover of being Sarah's husband on a mission to foil a politically connected counterfeiter and yachtsman. Emotions and sea legs are tested when Chuck, Sarah and Casey have to head to the marina to scuttle a plot that also puts an unwitting Morgan and Anna squarely in the crosshairs. Meanwhile, It's time for the annual Buy More holiday party, but the party comes with lots of rules from Big Mike.
Chuck discovers that many Russian arms dealers are secretly meeting in Los Angeles. One particular Russian woman catches his attention, and he flashes on her as being Agent Casey's ex-girlfriend. Chuck grows very intrigued and begins to pester Casey about their history. After learning this woman is to set marry one of the Russian arms dealers, Chuck insists that Casey fights for his woman. Will Casey fight for his true love without compromising his identity? Meanwhile, Captain Awesome and Ellie reach a tough point in their relationship.
Captain Awesome asks Chuck if he can have Ellie's hand in marriage, and then insists Chuck holds on to the ring until he plans it all out. Chuck decides to lock it in his Buy-More locker, and returns the next day to discover everything had been stolen from the store. Meanwhile, Agent Casey and Agent Walker discover that the CIA has been spying on them in hopes of discovering "the intersect." With Chuck's identity and life on the line, NSA has no other option than to relocate Chuck into a permanent holding cell. Will Chuck lose his family and friends forever?