Following the death of Decker (Richard Burgi), Chuck (Zachary Levi), Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski), and Casey (Adam Baldwin) are declared fugitives and the United States Government assigns one of their most ruthless spies, Robyn Cunnings (Rebecca Romijn), to hunt them down.
Mistaken for Chuck and Sarah, Ellie (Sarah Lancaster) and Awesome’s (Ryan McPartlin) romantic evening night turns far more interesting than planned. Once the couple fall into the hands of Cunnings, the spy ransoms Chuck’s family for the Omen super-virus but is unprepared for the resourcefulness of the Bartowski clan.
With quick thinking by the team (who is forced to save Chuck as well as Awesome and Ellie when he makes a rash decision) General Beckman (Bonita Friedericy) is able to clear Team Bartowski of any wrongdoing but not before the Omen is released into the world.
Along with Ellie and Awesome’s adventure and Chuck’s fretting about the curse of his family taking Sarah and his other love ones down with him we also get Alex (Mekenna Melvin) helping Morgan (Joshua Gomez) retrieve Chuck’s P.A.N.T.S. (the one thing he needs if he were to go on the run with Sarah). Although you can see the end of Morgan’s story coming from a mile away, I’ll admit it’s still a nice touch.
Even though the team is cleared of any wrongdoing, the virus has been released which means all kinds of new problems for Team Bartowski in the coming weeks. And, with the return of another familiar face, Chuck‘s final season continues to amp up the action as we move ever closer to the series finale.