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Pages: 28. Chapters: Chuck (season 1), Chuck Versus the Alma Mater,
Chuck Versus the Crown Vic, Chuck Versus the Helicopter, Chuck
Versus the Imported Hard Salami, Chuck Versus the Intersect, Chuck
Versus the Marlin, Chuck Versus the Nemesis, Chuck Versus the
Sandworm, Chuck Versus the Sizzling Shrimp, Chuck Versus the Tango,
Chuck Versus the Truth, Chuck Versus the Undercover Lover, Chuck
Versus the Wookiee. Excerpt: "Chuck Versus the Intersect" is the
pilot episode of the American action-comedy television series
Chuck. The episode was directed by McG and written by series
co-creators Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak. It originally aired on
September 24, 2007. The series follows the adventures of Chuck
Bartowski (Zachary Levi), a computer geek and member of a Geek
Squad-type electronics retail chain (the Nerd Herd), who downloads
the Intersect, a top-secret government database, into his brain.
Chuck soon finds himself on a date with Sarah Walker (Yvonne
Strahovski), who is revealed to be a CIA agent assigned, along with
veteran National Security Agency (NSA) agent Major John Casey (Adam
Baldwin), to capture Chuck. The episode also introduces series
regulars Joshua Gomez and Sarah Lancaster as Chuck's best friend
and older sister, Morgan Grimes and Ellie Bartowski, respectively.
Guest stars include Matthew Bomer as Bryce Larkin, Chuck's college
roommate-turned-nemesis and the CIA agent who emails him the
Intersect, Wendy Makkena as the National Intelligence Director,
Tony Todd as CIA Director Langston Graham, C.S. Lee as Harry Tang,
Dale Dye as General Stanfield, and Nickolas Pajon as Vuc Andric.
"Chuck Versus the Intersect" received mixed reviews from critics,
though most writers praised the casting of the series, or at least
that of Zachary Levi. According to the Nielsen ratings system, the
pilot drew 9.21 million viewers, a series high. In Echo Park,
California, Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi) and his best friend
Morgan Grimes (Joshua Gomez) make an unsuccessful attempt to escape
Chuck's birthday party hosted by his sister Ellie (Sarah
Lancaster). Despite the efforts of Ellie and her boyfriend,
"Captain Awesome" (Ryan McPartlin), for Chuck to socialize with the
party's female guests, Chuck dispels the women by explaining how
years earlier his Stanford University roommate, Bryce Larkin
(Matthew Bomer), had him expelled and began a relationship with
Chuck's girlfriend, Jill Roberts.
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