Characters in superhero movies that provide technical support to the main hero. They can usually hack, and they are always sitting in front of a computer screen and talking into headsets. The team Flash from TV show The Flash and Felicity from TV show Arrow are some examples of the guy in the chair.
Ned to Peter Parker "Hey, can I be your guy in the chair? You know there's always a guy, with a headset, telling the other guy where to go".
by Nooobzzz January 6, 2020
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Guy or Man or Woman who is reached by almost continuous communication through some kind of technology, and provides quick analysis or information about items, logistics, technology, people and the situation to those who are locally involved. They can drive remotely controlled equipment and vehicles and give general view over what is going on at the surveillanced area during any kind of operation. Usually they are afar from the operation in a safe-zone, where they can focus on being the second-mind or the external-addon. This activity usually involves a chair on which they sit infront of a computer, radio, map, controller. The expresion is popularized in the movie Spiderman: Homecoming
A typicial conversation:
-Alpha-delta, we need access to the main room.
-I read Tango. Initiaing hacking of the security protocols. Access gained in 30seconds. (Guy in the Chair)


Siperman: Homecoming - Ned

Matrix - Tank
Mission: Impossible - Luther Stickell
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A man who scams the government by receiving disability payments for being in a wheelchair that he doesn't actually need. The guy in the chair will never go out in public without his wheel chair in fear of being caught for fraud. However, he can typically be seen walking and using his legs in the privacy of his house or his trailer. The guy in the chair will often refer to himself in the third person as the guy in the chair and will often try to gain sympathy from others for his "disability", even those that know he isn't actually disabled. The character Ray from the TV show Trailer Park Boys is the most prominent example of the guy in the chair.
Ray: Come on buddy, are you gonna give the guy in the chair a splash of liquor or what?
J-Roc: You don't even need the damn wheelchair Ray!

Julian: You headin down to the machines tonight Ray?
Ray: Yeah I sure am buddy. And somethin tells me the guy in the chair is gettin lucky tonight.
by Mr. Jim Lahey February 1, 2010
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