4.18 Chuck vs. The A Team
We’re only four more evenings away from the next new episode of Chuck, and it seems like forever! We don’t know (yet)
who wrote or (Phil Klemmer) who directed, but Robin Givens is back as Bentley, with Stacy Keibler and Isaiah Mustafa returning as Greta. Or as Gretas. Or whatever they are.
So what do we know? We know it’s about “frenemies”.
[Caution: Spoilers Follow!]
We Have The Synopsis
…as supplied by ChuckTV.net:
CHUCK FEARS THAT CASEY HAS A SECRET THAT MAY SPLIT UP THE TEAM — ROBIN GIVENS, STACY KEIBLER AND ISAIAH MUSTAFA GUEST STAR –Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) investigate when they suspect that Casey (Adam Baldwin) is carrying out private missions. Meanwhile, Chuck fears that the CIA’s seemingly-perfect new operatives (guest stars Isaiah Mustafa and Stacy Keibler) will render him obsolete. Elsewhere, Morgan settles in with a new roommate, and Awesome (Ryan McPartlin) panics when Ellie (Sarah Lancaster) embarks on a potentially dangerous line of research. Scott Krinsky, Vik Sahay and Bonita Friedericy.
And the Spoilers
Between the official write up and the promo, the Gretas seem a bit more fearsome than just knife wielding Summer Glau threatening the Buy Morons. They look – imposing. And it seems Chuck thinks so too.
Do they come by their skills naturally? Or are they turbo-charged a bit by the same technology that raises plywood from the depths? – uh – a new version of the Intersect? The word “obsolete” was used to describe Chuck’s feelings. We know that he can be a little insecure at times, but – really? Even after Sarah his own personal ego booster?
Thanks to Ausiello, we know that the Gretas are on Casey’s team. Maybe they just are the ornery type. Then again, they could be taking their cues from Casey and he is a bit perturbed at Chuck. Casey has always been the “frenemy”. Or maybe he is he just feeling a little unneeded and unloved?
Certainly his new roommate, Morgan, can do something about that!
We know from spoilers that the good General Beckman has some relationship with Bentley. In an report, Ausiello described them as “frenemies”. That tells us something, but I’m not sure what. A power struggle, perhaps!