"Hip to Be Square" by Huey Lewis and the News "Returning to the Fold" by The Thermals "Foux Du Fafa" by Flight of the Conchords "Dropped" by Phantom Planet "The Power of Love" by Huey Lewis and the News "The Twist" by Frightened Rabbit "Chuck Versus the First Date" is the second season premiere of the action-comedy series Chuck. Chuck's time as the Intersect is coming to a close as the CIA and NSA have completed construction of the new Intersect.
However, when the courier arrives, he turns out to be an enemy agent, stealing the Cipher and blasting Casey with a toxic gas.
Casey manages to administer an anti-toxin and sets off in pursuit.
Meanwhile, Chuck and Sarah's date is going well, but as they are about to kiss, Chuck flashes on one of the patrons.
He soon realizes that everyone at the restaurant is an enemy operative, led by Mr. Casey arrives and crashes his Crown Vic through the restaurant window and helps Chuck and Sarah escape, but not before Colt punches Casey.
Later, Diane Beckman and Langston Graham reveal the Cipher is the last part of the new Intersect, which is due to go online, freeing Chuck from his responsibilities as the Human Intersect.
Now free to return to his life, Chuck begins making plans for his future, and his first goal is to ask Sarah out on a real date, which she accepts.
Unknown to both, Casey's termination orders against Chuck are activated by their supervisors, though he is conflicted about the order.
Chuck and Sarah meet over dinner, while Casey prepares to deliver the Cipher to a government courier and motivate himself to carry out his execution of Chuck.
In the car, Casey informs Chuck and Sarah that the cipher was stolen again and Chuck had to remain the Intersect.