Official Synopsis – added 10.02.08
CAT FIGHT – NICOLE RICHIE (“THE SIMPLE LIFE”) AND BEN SAVAGE (“BOY MEETS WORLD”) GUEST STAR – Chuck (Zachary Levi) learns more about Sarah’s (Yvonne Strahovski) past when they run into her old high school nemesis Heather Chandler (guest star Nicole Richie). Sarah’s teenage insecurities come to surface and adalsskolan.org she tries to avoid Heather at all costs. Chuck, on the other hand, does everything he can to hear more about Sarah’s hidden life. When Heather’s nerdy husband Mark (Ben Savage) turns out to buy accutane online no prescription visit our site be a key player in a new mission, the agents must attend Sarah’s high school reunion to prevent the sale of canadian pharmacy cialis pfizer potentially dangerous super-bomber plans — all the online generic cialis 100 mg action ends with the ultimate cat fight. Meanwhile, Big Mike (Mark Christopher Lawrence) leaves town for a day and Buy More’s new assistant manager Lester (Vik Sahay) decides to implement a new sales policy. Adam Baldwin, Joshua Gomez, Scott Krinsky and Julia Ling also star.
Spoilers – added 06.16.08
Heather, a high school classmate of Sarah’s happens to show up at The Orange Orange, Sarah’s new cover job, and reveals Sarah’s real name, while Chuck is watching. Stunned that he finally knows her real name, Chuck has a little fun with “Sarah” by almost…but not quite blowing her cover. Chuck manages to get a little more background information on “Sarah”, until he meets Heather’s husband and he flashes on far more dangerous background information. The unassuming “nerd” who was also a classmate of Sarah’s is more than he seems.
Now Sarah, Casey and Chuck have to go undercover at Sarah’s high school reunion to foil the sale of high-tech bomb plans to villainous Russians. Somehow Chuck manages to look like a hero while Casey fumes, and Sarah confronts demons from her past. Ah, high school.
Meanwhile, back at the Buy More, Lester instructs the employees in the art of “Friendly Negotiations” with customers. The results aren’t quite what corporate had in mind.