An undercover mission spins around an extreme computer virus, an oddball cult and Chuck’s hacker past. The task also forces Chuck to reach out to rival Gertrude Verbanski (Carrie-Anne Moss) for help. Meanwhile, a new Buy More staffer arrives and adds a new dynamic to Jeff and Lester’s bond. Zachary Levi directed the episode.
Flash-forward to 2041: Bart and Lisa are heading home for the holidays with their own kids in tow. And when they turn to Marge and Homer for parenting advice, they come to realize that the apple doesn’t fall far from the Christmas tree.
Alicia searches for a way to have a judgment thrown out after a surprising guilty verdict. In addition, she begins to feel the consequences of some decisions she’s made in her personal life
To help pass time while posing in a holiday nativity scene, Cleveland tells his version of one of his favorite holiday stories: “Die Hard.” In it, terrorists target Waterman Cable on Christmas Eve. Guest voices include John Slattery as Mayor Box.
The final three teams race to the finish line in Atlanta, where one of them claims the $1 million prize.
Someone in Storybrooke dies while another resident begins to remember the fairy-tale past; and the Evil Queen tries to find an assassin to kill Snow White.
Durant challenges the Cheyenne to a competition in an effort to bring a halt to ongoing negotiations. Meanwhile, Elam and Cullen try to prevent bloodshed in town.
When Carter falls asleep at the wheel, Babs, Lois and Peter decide that it’s time for him to retire, so they head to Florida to check out senior communities. Carter isn’t exactly enthusiastic. R. Lee Ermey has a voice cameo as a drill sergeant and Mae Whitman as an overweight girl.