The general orders Chuck and Sara to learn operating as a (fake) couple from 'the best in the business', Craig and Laura Turner. During their mission, stealing back vital software from fancy party host Otto Van Vogel, Chuck soon finds his 'models' a poor couple and no longer very effective. Otto's security isn't limited to goons and technology. Casey meanwhile has to complete Grimes's training alone, or join him back in boot-camp.
Did You Know?
The intro is a play on the 80s detective show Hart To Hart. See more
Chuck and Sarah send the Turners a drink with a note that reads "Compliments of the Bartowski's." Placing an apostrophe and an S at the end of Chuck's last name makes it a possessive (not a plural), but there is nothing after it for "the Bartowski" to possess. See more
Good morning buddy.
Okay, I get it. You're having tons and tons of sex. Congratulations Warren Beatty.
Who said anything about -?
Big goofy grin said it. Okay? And you know, it's kind of an insult for those of us living in the apartment who *aren't* having sex - which is me.
References Full Metal Jacket