The Professor says that the Agency is not going to let go of a recruit this promising without a fight. Chuck aced all the tests! They won't let him out. Bryce thinks for a second and then asks, if Chuck cheated, would that invalidate the results? Chuck realizes that Bryce framed him for cheating to save him from the CIA. He then realizes that if Bryce had a good reason to frame him, maybe he had a good reason to break into the fancy NSA-CIA computer! Sarah says he may have had a good reason for everything, but no one can know about it. Chuck points out that no one would believe him anyway. Sarah takes the disc and leaves, pausing only momentarily to tear up because her boyfriend was such a good guy, but is still dead. Chuck goes to retrieve his Stanford memories from the trash. He has another flashback to when he and Bryce met. They met over a C++ textbook. In the flashback, Chuck is embarrassed to admit that he is studying programming so he can build his own videogame based on some book. Bryce tells him not to be embarrassed because "it's 1999, and the next millennium belongs to the geek." Chuck, however, has realized that while that may be true, it will not get him laid any time soon, since generally, text-based videogames don't appeal to the ladies. Bryce offers to introduce him to a girl who is into that freak scene, and Chuck gets all excited, and they rush off together. BFF.
Episode Report CardLuluBates: B | 2987 USERS: B+
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