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Mr. Colt

Mrcolt

Seasons: 2
Portrayed by: Michael Clarke Duncan
Status: Incarcerated
Occupation: Mercenary
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Appearances: Chuck Versus the First Date
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I assume you find me imposing. Don't worry, be honest. I'm going for imposing.
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Mr. Colt is a mercenary seen in the Season Two episode Chuck Versus the First Date.

Mr. Colt is hired by Fulcrum to obtain the Cipher from the CIA/NSA. At the start of the episode, he is seen dangling Chuck off a building, as Chuck is in possession of the Cipher. Sarah and Casey then break into the building and force Colt to hand Chuck over and the Cipher at gunpoint. He then threw Chuck at them before using a rope to slide down the outside of the building and escaping.

Later, when Chuck and Sarah are on a date, he appears beside their table, and demands that they come with him. Casey, meanwhile, is sprayed with a deadly toxin by a courier, who then escapes with the Cipher. Casey, however, was prepared and managed to wash off the toxin and inject himself before he drives his Crown Victoria through the restaurant window to rescue Chuck and Sarah. Colt manages to punch him in the face, leaving a bruise in the shape of his ring.

The following day, at the Buy More, Chuck flashes on Casey's bruise, pinpointing Colt's hideout. Whilst Casey and Sarah investigate, Chuck stays at the Buy More. The base turns out to be empty.

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Limbering up

Colt, meanwhile, lures Chuck to a similar building by calling in a "computer emergency" to the Nerd Herd desk, and taking him hostage. Colt limbers up prior to his stated goal of breaking Chuck's neck, but Chuck then manages to convince Colt that he is CIA Agent Charles Carmichael, and that Colt and his men are surrounded by government agents, citing the specs Morgan had provided him for a game of Call of Duty; "23 infantry troopers, 16 snipers, seven heavy gunners, four demolitions experts, and enough ammunition to orbit Arnold Schwarzenegger." He then calls Morgan and tells him to list the specs for Colt, who then begins to believe Chuck, and rushes to the window to peer out.

When they are distracted looking for his supposed agents, Chuck runs, grabbing the cipher. Colt, however, manages to intercept him, and throws him through a window on to the roof, demanding Chuck return the Cipher. When Sarah arrives and holds him at gunpoint, he drops Chuck over the edge, saying, "It ain't worth it. Your boyfriend's dead now, baby, what you gonna do?" Sarah attacks Colt and they engage in hand-to-hand combat, but he has her on mass and reach and though she does her best, she can't beat him.

Meanwhile, Casey manages to grab Chuck as he falls and saves him. Casey then climbs to the roof and tells Colt to, "step away from the blonde." Colt does so, but points out that Casey is now surrounded by the rest of his team. Colt's men then appear, and force Casey to drop his weapon. Chuck then arrives leading a SWAT team and orders Colt and his men to drop their weapons. Outnumbered and out gunned, Colt and his men admit defeat. To Casey's disgust, Colt's final comment before being taken into custody was, "Your boss, Carmichael. He's good."

Personality[]

  • Colt is apparently humorous in nature, claiming his employers give him the "heebee-jeebies". He also asks Sarah, "Do you find me imposing? Go ahead be honest. I was going for imposing."


  Season Two Characters edit
Main

Jeff BarnesChuck BartowskiEllie BartowskiBig MikeJohn CaseyMorgan GrimesLester PatelSarah WalkerDevon WoodcombAnna Wu

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Stephen BartowskiGeneral Diane BeckmanBryce LarkinEmmett MilbargeTed RoarkJill Roberts

See Also: Minor CharactersSeason One CharactersSeason Three CharactersSeason Four CharactersSeason Five Characters

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