Some of the allies they meet along the way are only on board for one or two missions, and some of their enemies are not involved with the main antagonist organizations of the series, Fulcrum and other parts of the Ring, and Volkoff Industries.
Characters on this list are those that do not contribute significantly to the plots of more than two episodes, and who are not associated with Buy More, Fulcrum, the Ring, or Volkoff Industries.
It is revealed in "Chuck Versus the A-Team" that this team is composed of Captains Rick Noble and Victoria Dunwoody, two agents accepted from the G. She admits to having no faith in Chuck as a leader, stating that Chuck needs people to like him too much, and is only there to pick up the pieces after Chuck fails; she further admits to giving Ellie back the computer, knowing that Chuck doesn't want her involved with the CIA.
Her final report stated that Agent Walker and Chuck were too close for security, and she briefly replaced Sarah as Chuck's handler.His persistent pursuit of Sarah in these episodes creates a brief love triangle that only goes as far as a kiss; Sarah turns down an offer to leave with him, due to her lingering feelings for Chuck. She is also one of the many in high-ranking positions that believe that Chuck was ill-suited to be the Intersect and is openly hostile with him, pointing out that her G. With the NCS Intersect experiments shown to be dangerously flawed, General Beckman has the Intersect extracted from Noble and Dunwoody, and they are transferred to points unknown.Cole is one of a handful of people who know Chuck is the Intersect and are not imprisoned. Bentley was also removed from leading the Intersect Project, as she failed to collaborate with the existing Intersect on top of threatening his life; Chuck was subsequently promoted to head the Intersect Project over Bentley's head.The classic femme fatale, she uses her beauty to seduce men in order to complete her mission or simply get what she wants, though, when she tries to seduce an overly-nervous Chuck, she fails.
She takes unneeded risks and "improvises," the combination of which often gets her and her partners into trouble.
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