Now armed with Intersect Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) and Casey (Adam Baldwin) board a Japanese bullet train to save Chuck (Zachary Levi) from Nicholas Quinn (Angus Macfadyen). The mission goes to plan but when Alex (Mekenna Melvin) is kidnapped by Quinn’s men (Steven Stone, Erin Cahill) Casey has no choice but to turn on his teammates. Things get even more complicated when Sarah’s Intersect starts to malfunction.
With the rest of the team in the field Ellie (Sarah Lancaster) triest to uncover what went wrong with the Intersect Morgan (Joshua Gomez) uploaded and try to prevent the same thing from happening to Sarah. After Awesome (Ryan McPartlin) and Morgan’s attempt to rescue Alex ends in spectacular failure, Casey has no choice but to come clean with Jeff (Scott Krinsky) and Lester (Vik Sahay) and enlist their help to save his daughter.
Although Alex is saved, Sarah finds herself at the mercy of Quinn who uses the malfunctioning Intersect to burn Sarah’s memories and turn her into his new asset – and send her to kill Chuck Bartowksi. After five years a villain has finally found a way to turn Chuck and Sarah against each other.
“The Bullet Train” raises the bar in terms of suspense in a very good episode, but next week’s two-hour series finale should be one hell of a show. I don’t want Chuck to end, especially considering how good these last few episodes have been, but I’m damn sure gonna watch one of my favorite shows currently on television say goodbye.