The military has a real problem seeing the uniqueness of an individual. So with someone like Chuck the first thing they want to do is attempt to find or create more spies or soldiers like him. So Chuck is tasked to find other candidates that could possibly handle the Intersect. Surprisingly he doesn’t take offense to the fact that the general believes that he is typical enough to be replicated. What follows is Chuck in command and interviewing and testing a bevy of candidates. At the same time Buy More is deep into a rivalry with another story that involves a big BM and a pig named Kevin Bacon. It’s in these scenes that we get the Subway product placement and it works because it’s such a part of the Big Mike character. A third smaller story follows Ellie continuing to make progress on her father’s computer. The stories weren’t particularly deep and far reaching, they almost all ended in this episode, but they were highly entertaining. There’s one major zinger at the end of the episode that was predictable but cool. Also, the Kevin Bacon jokes never got old. You can’t go wrong with BM’s and Bacon!