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5 years ago, a breakthrough had hit. It had premiered on September 24, 2007. It
was one of the first TV show’s that had blown of the tub, and actually caught my
attention! Since I didn’t have cable, all I watched was some boring adult TV shows that
didn’t even catch my point of view on fascinating TV shows. But, then my eyes had
been caught when I flipped to the NBC network and saw Chuck, and that’s when I
became all about it!
This hilarious, suspenseful, action-packed, and dramatic series is what we call
Chuck. It’s about how an ordinary Computer geek gets under the spotlight of the C.I.A
and N.S.A. When Chuck (Zachary Levi) accidentally opens an e-mail filled with
government secrets which all somehow initializes into his brain. This has now made
him one of the most important assets the government needs to handle and try to save
from worldwide criminals.
Since Chuck is one of the most important assets, he needs two handlers; this is
where Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahvoski) and John Casey (Adam Baldwin) come into
the plot. They are the characters that build up the suspense and the romantic drama.
Where John Casey and Sarah Walker partner up to protect Chuck from some of the
world’s dangerous criminals and assassins.
Just because Chuck is a former Civilian doesn’t mean he has connections with
the outer civilian world. This is when Morgan Grimes (Joshua Gomez), Ellie Bartowski
(Sarah Lancaster), and Devon Woodcomb (Ryan Mcpartlin) comes into the plot.
Morgan Grimes is Chuck’s best friend, but he does not know that he is a spy. Also,
Morgan is the character that creates the comic-relief. Then comes Ellie, Chuck’s sister,
and Devon, Chuck’s brother in law; they contain the characteristics that make most of
the Dramatic theme, mostly because they do not know that Chuck is a spy.
So, to conclude, Overall Chuck is a show for almost anyone that is a teen and
older! Sadly, Chuck’s very last episode of its life is coming up on January 27, 2012, but
until then I’m gonna curl up on my couch on Friday nights and earn some Chuck logic!