Charles Carmichael is Chuck's favored pseudonym for use during spy work. He often uses the alias in undercover operations, and it is the subject of much. Charles Irving "Chuck" Bartowski is the main and title role character of the American spy show .. In many episodes Chuck has adopted a fantasy alias, " Charles Carmichael", who is endowed with all the characteristics he believes a super-spy. View Charles Carmichael’s full profile. Significant focus on delivering a technology platform to our Broker Clients which enables them grow their commercial real estate business. I also focus on sales and leasing of industrial properties in the Los Angeles area working with.
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He did not initially respond positively to this, but cooperated one mission at a time, all the while insisting he was not a hero. His perception of himself as less than heroic despite repeatedly saving the day seems to be based on his aversion to violence, low tolerance for pain, and lack of skill in combat.
For these reasons and because several missions have dragged him through old personal anxieties,   he was initially reluctant to participate in missions. By the middle of the second season, though, he began to look forward to missions and has even been disappointed when his handlers didn't have a new assignment for him. However, this was contingent upon the fact that he still had the Intersect in his head. Chuck frequently expressed a desire to return to a "normal" life, based partly on his understanding that having the Intersect in his head is a barrier to a real relationship with Sarah.
Once the Intersect was removed, Chuck turned down an offer to become an analyst on the new Intersect project. In "Chuck Versus the Ring", Chuck decides to help Sarah rescue Casey who fortunately did not need to be rescued and Bryce and prevent the Intersect from falling into the wrong hands, and explains to his father that he is doing so because he loves Sarah. He strongly insists on joining the mission to the Intersect room, and argues that he is uniquely qualified to help. When he finds Bryce dying and is suddenly faced with the choice of downloading the Intersect again or just destroying it, he reflects on the confidence that others have in him that he is both good and capable and his sense of duty to protect those close to him.
He downloads the Intersect, marking a shift from being a reluctant asset to being a willing agent. In the aftermath, Chuck shows an unusual enthusiasm for becoming a different person as he gets the chance to train to be a spy. He soon turns down an offer from Sarah to run away together, choosing instead to go through with the training.
Later, he explains that he made that choice because he has a unique ability to help a lot of people, including his friends, his family, and Sarah, and because he had learned from her to act for the greater good despite his personal feelings. Chuck begins to challenge himself to prove he is a real spy.
In "Chuck Versus First Class", when Agent Shaw concludes that Chuck's handlers have been holding back his development as a spy, Chuck agrees, and welcomes the news that Shaw is assigning him to a solo mission. And though he is clearly conflicted, he "burns" an asset, relegating that person to a life in an isolated facility instead of letting him escape; Chuck explains his decision by telling the asset, "I'm not [your friend]; I'm a spy".
For most of the series Chuck has been strongly pacifistic. He specifically told Sarah he dislikes guns  and showed a preference of avoiding or preventing conflict.
He was deeply disturbed by Sarah's execution of Fulcrum agent Mauser. However, when options necessitate the use of violence, Chuck is able to use means that could injure or kill. Later, during the events of "Chuck Versus the Suburbs", Fulcrum was attempting to refine their own version of the Intersect.
The device was flawed, and except for Chuck, those subjected to the test were killed or driven insane. When Chuck saw Casey sneak up to the controls, although fully aware of what would happen to the Fulcrum agents who were in the test room, Chuck signaled Casey to activate the Intersect in order to prevent them from testing on Sarah. This incident was the first time that Chuck has willingly and personally taken a course of action where he knew that someone was going to be hurt or even killed as a result.
Chuck handled a gun for the first time on an actual mission in " Chuck Versus the Lethal Weapon ;" it did not go well as Chuck accidentally stumbles and drops the gun, shooting Perseus in the leg. Despite his aversion to firearms established in this episode and earlier in "Chuck Versus the Marlin", Chuck points a gun at Casey so that he can get away to go on a rogue mission; Casey informs him that it is only a tranquilizer gun, and Chuck puts three darts into Casey.
Chuck later asked Sarah if he gets to have a gun for their rescue of his father in "Chuck Versus the Colonel". In the beginning of Season 3 he is willing to personally harm others in combat and take some pride in his ability to do so , though he still prefers to keep violence to a minimum and a preference to abstain from killing, or at the very least, being directly responsible for someone's death.
Despite a long series of female adversaries, in "Chuck Versus the Honeymooners", Chuck still can't bring himself to hit a woman. In "Chuck Versus First Class", Chuck specifically reaffirmed his aversion to killing when packing for his first solo mission, having chosen nunchaku as a backup weapon in the event he needed to defend himself.
Chuck was later ordered to kill a rogue CIA agent selling secrets to the Ring. Although he attempted to carry out the assignment he hesitated at the last moment, and was only saved when the target attempted to draw his own weapon when Casey intervened and gunned him down first.
Chuck was ultimately unable to avoid resorting to deadly force, and when Shaw attempted to kill Sarah, Chuck was forced to shoot him first. Shaw survived the shot, and Chuck, given a second chance decided on arrest rather than vengeance; while Shaw said it made him weak, Sarah said it is what makes him great. In Season Four, Chuck has still, to date, not been directly responsible for killing another person, and has been more successful finding a non-violent method to prevent catastrophe.
He's prevented civil war and a nuclear strike by surrendering and acting as a mediator and marriage counselor between Generallisimo Goya and his wife, Hortencia. He also prevents his mother from using a gun to dispatch Volkoff's guards, tranqs them himself and informs Mary that he's going to have a talk about the benefits of tranq guns.
When Alexei Volkoff tries to use Chuck's gun on him, Chuck informs him that he was never going to kill Alexei, a fact that was proven when Alexei pulls the trigger and Chuck reveals that he "has this thing about bullets.
Ironically, despite his dislike of guns and aversion to using lethal force, several episodes have suggested that Chuck is an excellent shot even without the aid of the Intersect.
In particular, in "Chuck Versus the Nacho Sampler" he was able to pick up and accurately fire a tranq gun at Manoosh from a substantial distance with almost no time spent aiming and no observable flash. In " Chuck Versus the American Hero ," he tranqs a Ring agent from approximately the same distance and comments "No flash necessary. Josh Schwartz has stated that Chuck will continue to evolve and gain confidence in his new role. Sarah has frequently encouraged him in this regard, and even Casey has made observations on Chuck's abilities.
Chuck has become more proficient through development of the Intersect, as well. And the enhanced Intersect 2. In the third season, Chuck has already shown that he is beginning to overcome some of his fears. Despite his previous fear of heights, he has now arrived at home wearing a harness from being dropped off by a helicopter, and he has used a zip-line. He is also noticeably less squeamish around blood in " Chuck Versus the Angel de la Muerte " than he was in previous seasons.
In Chuck versus the Tooth, while he is still phobic of needles, Chuck no longer faints. By Season 4 Chuck has proven himself to be a fully capable agent, even without the aid of the Intersect although he still uses flashes for assistance in combat, and for other skills Sarah and Casey have picked up over years of training. His success as an agent ultimately leads to the President making Chuck's reinstatement a priority and Beckman forcing Chuck back into CIA service. Chuck also planned an elaborate trap to lure Casey's old team out of hiding in "Chuck Versus the Couch Lock" as part of his attempts to locate his mother, although it is left unclear how much of the plan was influenced by Casey and Sarah though, as the original thought was Chuck's, it's very likely that Sarah's and Casey's involvements were minor.
Chuck's remarkable ability and natural aptitude with the Intersect has caused many members of the military and spy community to resent him; the most notable to date has been Director Jane Bentley, who briefly became the Project Leader and used Chuck's laptop to create Intersect Agents in " Chuck Versus the A-Team ".
After a major debacle caused by one of Bentley's "trigger-happy" agents, Bentley was removed as Project Leader, and Beckman charged Chuck with the task of finding his replacement, essentially promoting him to Project Leader. Season five introduced Nicholas Quinn, who reveals to have been the original agent chosen for the Intersect project before the computer was destroyed by Bryce Larkin. Quinn, having been renegated by the CIA after this, makes it his personal mission to acquire the Intersect he had been promised and kill Chuck for "stealing" the career he was supposed to have.
By the fifth season, Chuck no longer works for the CIA, but remains in the spy life by launching a freelance espionage and security company, Carmichael Industries. Though he is without the Intersect, his aptitude, intelligence and technological abilities allow him to lead the former members of Operation Bartowski as a mastermind.
It is revealed that he was known as the "Piranha" and the movie "The Swordfish" was made about his legendary hacking skills. He uses a fine Chardonnay, his "thinking juice," to pull off his "The Routine" of his l33t skillz which he uses to find and track down "Colin David of MIT. He also shows respectable hand-to-hand combat abilities without the intersect, going toe-to-toe with the likes of Daniel Shaw without the intersect and Nicholas Quinn, as well as being able to dispatch random henchman and even block a series of attacks from an Intersect-enhanced Morgan.
Chuck has developed in other ways since the series started. At the beginning, he is socially awkward to the point of driving away women, in large part because he is unable to get over his betrayals at Stanford.
He is stuck in a bad job, unsure if he even wants to advance within the company, and lacks confidence that he can do better.
Since then, he has developed romantically with Sarah despite constant setbacks, he has with the help of the government attained his degree from Stanford and is able to successfully get a job at a top technology company although for a mission , and is determined to take control of his life. In the third season, Chuck has embraced his destiny to become a spy, and turns down Sarah's offer to run away together, though he still loves her.
He also more than once expresses an interest in getting a better cover job. He has also proposed that they would be together in 30 years. This initially horrified Sarah,  but she has since confirmed that she would marry him if he proposed. By " Chuck Versus the Seduction Impossible ", the couple are already planning their wedding.
By the end of the series, Chuck was shown to be in much greater control of his emotions, having developed enough emotional maturity and control to allow him to use the Intersect on cue even during the events of the final episode, during which his emotions were clearly and greatly compromised. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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