|"Chuck Versus the American Hero"|
Season 3, Episode 12
|Airdate||March 29th, 2010|
|Writer||Matthew Miller; Phil Klemmer; Max Denby|
|Director||Jeremiah S. Chechik|
|Producer||Ali Adler; Sarah Cruz; Chris Fedak; Rick Hubert; Peter Johnson; Phil Klemmer; Ben Kunde; Paul Marks; McG; Robert Duncan McNeill; Matthew Miller; Josh Schwartz; Tom Spezialy|
|Starring||Zachary Levi; Yvonne Strahovski; Joshua Gomez; Ryan McPartlin; Mark Christopher Lawrence; Vik Sahay; Scott Krinsky; Sarah Lancaster; Adam Baldwin|
|Previous||"Chuck Versus the Final Exam"|
|Next||"Chuck Versus the Other Guy"|
"Chuck Versus the American Hero" is the twelfth episode of season three of the spy-action series Chuck and the forty-seventh episode of the series overall. The episode was directed by Jeremiah S. Chechik with a script written by Matthew Miller and Phil Klemmer based on a story treatment by Max Denby. The episode aired on NBC on March 29th, 2010.
Principal Cast Edit
|Zachary Levi||Chuck Bartowski|
|Yvonne Strahovski||Sarah Walker|
|Joshua Gomez||Morgan Grimes|
|Ryan McPartlin||Devon Woodcomb|
|Mark Christopher Lawrence||Big Mike Tucker |
|Vik Sahay||Lester Patel|
|Scott Krinsky||Jeff Barnes|
|Sarah Lancaster||Ellie Bartowski|
|Adam Baldwin||John Casey|
Guest Stars Edit
|Brandon Routh||Daniel Shaw|
|Bonita Friedericy||General Diane Beckman|
|Mark Sheppard||Ring director|
|Roger R. Cross||Ring agent|
|Mary Pat Gleason||Morgue clerk|
|Greg Collins||General Bauer|
|Kelly Thiebaud||Evelyn Shaw|
|Sean C. Graham||Husband|
Uncredited cast Edit
Note: The following is taken from the full credits list for this entry on IMDB. As it is a website with user-submitted information, some of the data listed here, including character names may be inaccurate.
|Julie McKinnon||Buy More customer|
|Denney Pierce||Thug #2|
Notes & Trivia Edit
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- This episode is production code number: 3X5812. 
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