Morgan (Joshua Gomez) finally goes all the way to the Dark Side by betraying the team and his best friend by stealing the data for their latest mission and agreeing to work for Verbanski Corp. The Intersect that was left for them didn’t come from Beckman (Bonita Friedericy) and now it’s destroying what little remains of Morgan’s original personality.
There’s something wrong with Morgan (Joshua Gomez). The longer the Intersect stays in his head the more it appears to be altering his personality. It’s not just his new abilities going to his head, as Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) and Casey (Adam Baldwin) first assume. The Intersect is changing their little buddy – and not for the better.
As the show returns for its fifth (and sadly final) season we catch up with the newly created Carmichael Industries. Our spies have left the government and set up their own shop as high-priced spies for hire who, as they put it, are still working out some kinks. But that’s not the only change as Chuck (Zachary Levi) is still dealing with the fallout from last season’s finale which saw him stripped of the Intersect and, even more shocking, saw it put in his best friend.
Chuck returns for a Fourth Season with Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Sarah’s (Yvonne Strahovski) relationship in full swing, a new girlfriend for Morgan, the birth of a new baby Awesome, and the return of Chuck’s mom (Linda Hamilton). More than previous seasons, Season Four is geared towards ongoing multiple episode arcs such as Chuck’s search for his mother and his battle against Alexi Volkoff (Timothy Dalton) and his a criminal empire, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of fun along the way.
The Fourth Season missions include a trip to Milan to take a sexy killer (Karolina Kurkova) during Fashion Week, to prevent a nuclear war Sarah and Chuck play marriage counselors to Costa Gravas’ Premier Alejandro Goya (Armand Assante) and his wife (Tia Texada), the team fakes Casey’s (Adam Baldwin) death, Chuck goes on a mission without the Intersect to retrieve a diamond in Switzerland, and for Halloween the team takes down a scientist (Robert Englund) with a weaponized fear toxin.
Check out these two videos capturing the cast of Chuck discussing the show’s upcoming fifth (and final) season. During the panel we’ll learn what’s in store for Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski), the new role for Morgan Grimes (Joshua Gomez) this year, the naming of the one of the final season’s villains, the possibility of a Morgan & Casey (Adam Baldwin) wacky sitcom spin-off, how everyone wants the show to end, and how Vik Sahay is exactly like Summer Glau. There are spoilers aplenty for those who haven’t seen all of last season but it’s worth a look. Here’s Part One. You’ll find Part Two after the jump.
The season finale of Season Four is unexpected, in more ways than one. Chuck (Zachary Levi) encounters more trouble than he bargained for in attempting to save Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) from the effects of the Norseman which are slowly killing her. To save her life he’s going to have to risk everything, and, in true Bartowski fashion, he does.