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Chuck Versus the Honeymooners (2010)

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While travelling to Zürich , Sarah and Chuck realize they're traveling on the same train as Diego, a spanish terrorist, and his companionship. Even though they're all alone, they decide to take on these rogue agents behind each others back. They each realize that the other is also on the case and work together, posing as a Texan Couple on their honeymoon. Of course, this impromptu mission doesn't go smoothly as it turns out that the "Terrorists" accompanying Diego are actually Undercover Interpol Agents guarding him. Meanwhile, Beckman orders her newest "unlikely" spy team – John Casey and Morgan Grimes – to track down the missing couple. The duo succeeds and they catch up with Chuck and Sarah, just in time to help them fight off true Russian Spies who used to work with Diego . Meanwhile, Ellie is upset Chuck doesn't come for her going away party. In the end, Chuck and Ellie reconcile and he and Sarah agree to date and be Spies at the same time. They are saved from being reprimanded by Beckman by Morgan, who gives a heartfelt speech to the General.


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