Best Pop Culture

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General Beckman sends a frantic message to the team a la Princess Leia in "Star Wars."
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Morgan crawls through the vents in a tank top, Buy Hard style.
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Jeff is interviewed about his video game prowess – a direct nod to Spicoli’s epic fantasy in “Fast Times At Ridgemont High.
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Chuck
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The phrase "fear is the mind killer" is a reference to the "Dune" book series.
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Morgan says, "Do it slowly," a direct reference to the famous strip scene in "True Lies."
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The raising of the Buy More flag is a homage to the iconic photo of the American flag being raised after the battle of Iwo Jima.
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Chuck
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Ted Roark's character is a reference to Steve Jobs.
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Chuck
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Scott Bakula says, "Oh, boy" - the same line he delivers in his role in "Quantum Leap."
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Chuck's line "Doctor, doctor" is a reference to the film "Spies Like Us."
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When Taylor Martin says, "Hello Cleveland," it is a reference to the classic film "Spinal Tap."
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Big Mike's cousin is named Al Powell, which is also the name of the cop in "Die Hard."
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When Chuck and Jill solve the music puzzle, the timer stops at 0:07, a reference to James Bond in "Goldfinger."
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Chuck
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Jeff's request for "one pound M&M's, no brown" is a reference to Van Halen's infamous concert contract rider.
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"He had me at pastrami" is reference to "You had me at hello" from "Jerry McGuire."
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Chuck
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Morgan makes a "Lord of the Rings" reference when he says Harry Tang "has one remote to control them all."
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Sarah's "Frak off" shirt is a reference to the TV series "Battlestar Galactica."