They sit on the beach, Chuck tells Sarah the story of their relationship, she laughs , and we've gotten hints that she's starting to remember her. Sarah Lisa Bartowski (f/k/a Walker) is the alias of one of the main characters of the television . The development of a relationship between Sarah and Chuck meets with two major sets of obstacles throughout the series. First, professionally . For Chuck Batowski and Sarah Walker, it was the Burbank Buy More. . children Chuck and Ellie was never smooth, having a complicated relationship with the.
They managed to partially resolve their situation, and Carina showed Sarah security footage of Chuck trying to explain to her that he chose to take his spy training because of Sarah's own encouragement, and his realization that he could help people and a desire to protect those he loved-including her.
Sarah and Chuck agreed that they were free to pursue relationships with other people, and Sarah began allowing Shaw to get closer. In "Chuck Versus the Fake Name", Sarah tells Shaw that this job is making her slowly forget who she was before and says that for the last three years, she has never once told anybody her real name. When Shaw asks her what it is, Sarah reveals that her real name is Sam most likely from Samantha. Chuck also finds out her real name after he overhears this conversation while posing as an assassin the Ring hired to kill Shaw.
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She is still initially reluctant to allow herself to become involved with him, but by the end of the episode relents. Although pleased with Chuck's successful handling of the assignment, Sarah was greatly disturbed when Shaw instructed her to order him to kill a rogue CIA agent.
She attempted to resist, fearing what it would make Chuck into, but eventually gave Chuck his instructions.
When Chuck finally cornered his target he hesitated and Casey completed the hit from the shadows, however from Sarah's perspective it looked like Chuck pulled the trigger. After the mission she refused to answer when he attempted to call, and expressed to Shaw her distaste over what she had turned Chuck into. When Shaw pressed if she was still in love with Chuck, she replied she no longer was. Sarah is in the process of packing to meet him when Casey arrives.
Although she insists what he has to tell her won't change her decision, Casey admits he killed the mole instead, to Sarah's visible relief thus removing any reservations that Sarah had against Chuck.
However, before she can leave, Shaw arrives and tells her they have a new mission and there is no time contact Chuck. In Shaw's car Sarah is distressed that there is no signal to call Chuck and asks where they are headed. Shaw tells her only they are going to "settle an old score.
Despite the revelation, Sarah continued to trust Shaw over Chuck's misgivings. She and Chuck did reconcile their feelings for each other, as she admits she fell for him before the climax of the Season 1 pilot.
As they were preparing to begin a relationship, Shaw lured her to Paris and took her to the street where Evelyn was killed, revealing that he had turned to the Ring and intended to kill Sarah in retaliation for his wife's death.
Chuck correctly guessed Shaw's intent and destination and arrived in time to save Sarah's life by shooting Shaw when he refused to back down. Unlike the death of Perry, Chuck's killing of Shaw to save her life and his handling of the situation as a whole put Sarah's mind at ease, realizing that although Chuck is capable of killing someone, he won't resort to that until every other option has been exhausted.
The two chose to spend a few days together in Paris before returning to Burbank. She and Chuck did attempt to run away from the spy life together in " Chuck Versus the Honeymooners ", until an encounter with a defecting Basque terrorist helped them realize that they "wanted it all," and were determined to build their relationship without giving up on their careers.
Although Beckman was not pleased when she learned of the couple, even she noted "it's about damn time. After seeing the Turners' rocky relationship, Chuck and Sarah find that their relationship could be more of a challenge than they thought. However, Sarah agrees to move in with Chuck at the end of the episode, so that they can have something "to fall back on after [their] spy life is over.
When Chuck starts to show signs of a mental breakdown and is locked down in a CIA mental hospital, Sarah believes in and supports his claims that a Zamibian scientist has connections to the Ring.
Although her investigation indicates that Chuck is wrong, she goes to his doctor and tells him that she loves Chuck and wants to help him work through whatever problems he is facing. At the end of the episode, she candidly tells Chuck that she loves him.
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After she obtains the truth from Morgan, she confronts Chuck and along with Casey, go through her relationship with Shaw to find any clues as to his whereabouts or plans.
She breaks into Shaw's penthouse with Chuck and recovers Shaw's Intelligence Safe after a confrontation with a Ring agent. When Chuck's father leaves, she provides Chuck with his address and takes him to Stephen's cabin, where she saves Chuck from a trap by Ring agents.
At the end of the episode, Sarah gives her spy will to Chuck, saying that he's the only one she wants to have it in case something happens to her. While supposedly transporting them to a detention facility, Shaw stops the truck and tells them to uncuff themselves, planning on killing them and making it look as if they were trying to escape, at which point Morgan and Devon use Casey's highly modified Crown Victoria to blow up the truck, rescuing Team Bartowski.
In " Chuck Versus the Ring: The plan succeeds and they're able to identify and detain the Ring Elders, but Shaw manages to escape just as Sarah walks into his office to find Chuck heavily debilitated by his latest attempt at flashing without the Governor. Sarah takes a barely conscious Chuck back to Castle when Shaw enters the Buy More and plants several bombs, threatening to blow up the store unless Chuck meets him.
Sarah leaves Chuck in Castle and meets Shaw alone just as Jeff, Lester and Big Mike pull the fire alarm, emptying out the store, although Shaw is able to prevent Sarah from escaping.
Chuck sees through the monitors in Castle that Shaw is holding Sarah hostage at the Buy More and manages to get up and meet him. After their confrontation, Chuck decides not to kill Shaw and Sarah knocks him unconscious, taking the Governor from him and returning it to Chuck.
Season 4[ edit ] At the beginning of the fourth season Sarah continues working for the CIA partnered with Casey, while Chuck is retired. Their mission dovetails with Chuck's own search for his mother, which she and Casey agree to aid. Most of Sarah's actions for the remainder of the season revolve around this combined mission and around the personal challenges from her past that she confronts as she and Chuck decide to commit to marriage.
Under fire, Sarah denies being anything like Heather; the two come to an understanding and as a peace offering, Heather surrenders what she knows about Project Beacon and Frost Chuck's mother.
In Chuck Versus Phase Threeafter Chuck is captured, Sarah goes on a rogue mission to find him, during the course of which Casey describes her actions as those of Langston Graham's "wild card enforcer," a side of her he didn't like. Sarah ultimately agrees with Casey's statement and says "I'm different without Chuck, and I don't like it. Sarah tells Beckman in " Chuck Versus the Balcony " that if there is anything she can do to bring back Chuck's mother to let her do so.
Just as Chuck is about to propose to her, she is pulled away to establish her cover as a rogue CIA agent and goes undercover in Volkoff Industries to help Mary bring it down. The pending wedding with Chuck presents Sarah with a number of personal hurdles owing to her childhood. In " Chuck Versus the Seduction Impossible " Chuck's family starts prying the couple with questions about their wedding plans causing Sarah to panic. She suggests eloping, as she would have no one to invite to the large family wedding Chuck desired.
To help her reconnect with her friends, Chuck reunites Sarah with her old team, in " Chuck Versus the Cat Squad ", prompting the return of their nemesis Augusto Gaez and some internal grudges.
Sarah had long suspected her teammate Zondra of being a traitor working with Gaez, having found a transmitter in her boot. When it was discovered that Amy was in fact the traitor, Sarah mended her friendship with Zondra, inviting her and Carina to be her bridesmaids. Sarah also deepens friendship with Ellie, agreeing to discuss her family issues, and inviting her to be maid of honor. In " Chuck Versus the First Bank of Evil ", Sarah is at first not truly excited about making wedding plans but Ellie explains that a portion will cause her make the situation more real, alluding to her own factor in her and Devon's wedding: Sarah is doubtful, but when she tries to find the right dress, Ellie's prediction is justified.
At the end of the episode, Sarah has become a Bride-zilla, horrifying both Ellie and Chuck. Sarah reconnects with her father, "Jack Burton," in " Chuck Versus the Wedding Planner " when the wedding planner she hires with Chuck steals their savings. Jack laments it might be the only one they have. Chuck invites Jack to stick around but he says he won't make promises to Sarah he can't keep.
Instead Jack leaves Sarah her old piggy bank to which he has only added cash, never taken, to cover the costs of their wedding. She takes her revenge by targeting Sarah with the Norseman device. Sarah is barely clinging to life throughout most of " Chuck Versus the Cliffhanger ", but is saved when Chuck and Hartley retrieve the antidote for the Norseman from Vivian. She and Chuck are then finally married. When they return from their honeymoon two weeks later she and Chuck reveal to Casey and Morgan that Hartley turned over all the wealth of Volkoff Industries to them.
She and Chuck used this money to purchase the Buy More and Castle, and announce they intend to go into business for themselves as independent spies. Season 5[ edit ] Sarah's devotion to the spy life wanes, subtly at first, but much more pronounced in later episodes.
Her decisions become more geared towards using her emotions and believing in her friends rather than relying on distrust, suspicion and self-sufficiency. The start of this mind set began most notably in " Chuck Versus the Frosted Tips ", when she believed correctly that Morgan's drastic change in attitude was due more to a malfunctioning Intersect than a power trip, even when Chuck believed that Morgan was simply acting like an overconfident ass.
She further displays a dislike for her spy life when she asks Chuck not to get reintegrated with the CIA. This dislike proceeds further as she suggests that Carmichael Industries become an Electronic Security Company, focusing on Chuck's primary strength with computers, and minimizing the amount of gunplay they would be subjected to in " Chuck Versus Bo ". However, Nicholas Quinn's emergence and the reintroduction of the Intersect glasses leads to the team having a "last mission", which was successful, though Quinn kidnaps Chuck in exchange for the glasses.
Sarah and Casey go to save him, but are ambushed by Quinn's men and heavily outnumbered. Sarah, after running out of ammunition, puts on the glasses and uploads the Intersect into her head, which allows her to save both her and Casey after she flashes on how to neutralize Quinn's men and go to rescue Chuck, but Sarah begins to suffer uncontrollable flashes shortly after. She's kidnapped by Quinn after he realizes that she has the Intersect and forces her to flash on Intersect images, wiping her memories, including those of her relationship with Chuck.
He then manipulates Sarah into believing that he's her CIA handler and that she has orders to bring him the Intersect glasses and kill Chuck. Sarah is able to get the glasses, but Chuck had managed to switch them. Sarah then takes Ellie hostage as leverage against Chuck and Chuck agrees to give her to the glasses and Sarah threatens to kill Ellie if she senses that it's a trap. As they drive to where Chuck hid the glasses, Ellie notices that Sarah isn't wearing her seatbelt and tells her that if she had her memories back, she would want her to do whatever needed to protect Chuck and then crashes her car, which knocks Sarah out.
Chuck then tells Ellie that he knows where to take Sarah to help her get her memories back. Sarah awakens in the house she and Chuck had planned to buy and Chuck tells her that he brought her there hoping that she'd remember the house, if not him. Sarah tells him that their relationship was nothing more than a cover and he was just an assignment.
Chuck tells her that he was an assignment, but then that she fell in love with him. With tears in his eyes, he tells her about their first real, non-cover kiss was when they thought they were going to die from a bomb and how he closed his eyes and felt her grab him and then kiss him and how they tried to pretend it never happened and how one day he was so sure that she could never love a nerd like him, she came over and he asked if she loved him and that she said yes.
Chuck then tells her that when he proposed, they knew they would be together for the rest of their lives, living in this house and raising a family. Chuck then tells Sarah that he's going to give her a choice: Sarah then asks if Chuck really loves her to which he replies "With all of my heart. As she tries to grab the glasses, Chuck grabs them away for her and they get into a scuffle, with Chuck refusing to fight back. She then kicks him down the steps and takes the glasses and then points her gun at his head.
Chuck tells her that she can kill him, but that he'll never hurt her. Sarah then notices the carving of their names and remembers writing it. At that moment, Quinn arrives and takes the glasses and tells Sarah that Chuck was right about him and pulls out a gun to shoot her with.
Chuck then jumps in front of the bullet and is shot in the back. Sarah tries to shoot Quinn, but he escapes. She then kneels down next to Chuck to see if he's okay and he tells her that he's wearing a vest.Chuck & Sarah - I Love You Chuck [HD] 3x13
Hearing the sirens, Chuck tells her that the CIA is coming for her and tells her to run and she flees. Back at her place, Sarah is quickly packing her things when Casey walks through the door.
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She pulls a knife, but Casey tells her that he's not there to fight. He asks what she remembers about him to which Sarah replies his reputation: Casey chuckles and says that people said the same thing about her when they first met and says that it was probably the reason they never got along. Sarah asks if they didn't along, why he was here now and Casey pulls out an envelope out of his jacket and sets it down for her, saying that Chuck ended up making them both soft.
He tells her that in the past five years, the two of them changed and they became friends. Casey tells Sarah to take care of herself and then leaves. Sarah then opens the envelope he left and pulls out a disc of mission logs. She watches them and it's of her telling how she's started to fall in love with Chuck and even one confirming the kiss Chuck had told her about. Sarah then shows up at Chuck's apartment just as he's about to go inside.
Sarah tells him that she believes everything he said about them, but that she doesn't feel it. Later in the interview: We find out what most of the other characters are going to do, and Chuck and Sarah are on the beach, so we know they're going to get back together. But what do you see as the rest of Chuck Bartowski's life being? Well, that's a gigantic question. I will tell you this: I see Chuck and Sarah together, being a husband and wife, starting up that computer security firm.
Hopefully they won't find themselves dodging bullets for the rest of their lives. Of course, as a writer, now I start thinking, "You know what? They could get into a little bit of trouble. But for now, they're happy and they're together and thinking about their future. In his series finale reviewAlan Sepinwall gives his impression of what happens to Chuck and Sarah based on his interview with Chris Fedak: When the amnesia storyline kicked in last week, some of you expressed concern that five seasons of character growth for Sarah were being thrown out the window.
I don't think that's what happened nor does Fedak, as you can see in our interview. Whether or not Chuck's kiss performs the Disney princess trick and breaks the evil spell all at once or not, it's clear Sarah is coming back. She remembers how to stock the Wienerlicious counter. She remembers Irene Demova. She remembers them carving their names into the frame of their dream house. And as Chuck tells her the story of their great romance, you can see her slowly beginning to connect with the rest.
If she's not all the way back now, she will be eventually. He's her Chuck, she's his Sarah, and they get to fall in love all over again, and that's pretty damn sweet.