A Crown Vic, A General’s Kiss, A shot heard around the world. What do all of these terms mean. It means Christmas can be very eventful in Burbank.
While many people are happy around the holidays, Chuck fans witness some very sweet and laughable moments. However, not every moment that took place during a Christmas episode was the light up your eyes when you open a present.
Painful ones like when Sarah had to deal with a departing Bryce Larkin. The man she believed was dead only to be really alive. Pain doesn’t always have to be about Chuck. It can be a personal issue that can be shocking to the system.
A truth that can hit hard even if you aren’t supposed to let it. Same can be said during S5. What was it like when a real arch enemy resurfaces. Daniel Shaw for example. Dead set on getting revenge against the very people and agency that took him down.
Chuck had to fight an evil that only a few can fathom. Daniel Shaw was the perfect villain to close the series because of the history. The moment can lead to a classic when Beckman had to team with Chuck.
While those moments can rise the ranks of all time Chuck moments. There is only one that creates a huge buzz. You can read my other article on this subject. The Mauser Incident.
A subject that seemed justified by nature. A moment when an agent had to decide what was best for Chuck. Fulcrum was getting closer to the truth and the risk of losing Chuck especially when a moment like this happens. A romantic scene which is why we love Zachary Levi and Yvonne Strahovski so much, but while this was the calm before the storm. The Mauser incident has often been discussed on this site.
It’s the biggest moment when it comes to Chuck Christmas memories. The reality was not so much the killing that hurt Chuck. It’s the nature of how Sarah just blatantly lied to him, but to be fair Sarah didn’t know he was watching. Sarah told him to go back to the Buymore. Chuck didn’t listen. He witnessed the the dark side of what Sarah and Casey had to do in order to succeed in their task.
Protect the Intersect and Chuck by any means necessary. Mauser was a risk professionally, but after he gave her the bracelet, he was a risk for her personally as well. The fact Chuck said she was his real girlfriend. All of that could be gone if she brought Mauser in.
While Sarah trusted Chuck in the Crown Vic, the trust was broken in Santa Claus cause of her lying.
The question for the readers as we close this article feel free to comment below. Did Sarah do the right thing?