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Chuck: Chuck Versus the Wookie

by Varun Lella, posted Oct 16th 2007 8:45AM
Chuck episode 4
(S01E04) "I thought you were supposed to be good at lying" - Chuck


So it was another satisfying episode of Chuck, funny, hip, referential. They still haven't worked out all the kinks in the show yet, but for the most part the structure and humor of the show is beginning to really solidify, giving us something that might last beyond a season.

"Chuck Versus the Wookie" introduced us to red-haired, blue-eyed bombshell Karina -- I can't seem to find the name of the actress who played her on any websites or press releases, so if you recognize her please tell me; I would like to see more of her ... work.

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Chuck: Chuck Versus the Tango

by Varun Lella, posted Oct 8th 2007 9:58PM
Chuck
(S01E03) "Now that's what I call moving some merchandise." - John Casey


If you've already seen the episode, which I assume you have, you'll know the quote above comes at a very tense point in the show. The writers had two ways to go: have Casey say something very serious or have him say something so ridiculous it counters the "bad-ass"-ness of the previous scene (i.e. a microwave straight to a thug's head).

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Chuck: Pilot (series premiere)

by Varun Lella, posted Sep 25th 2007 9:18AM

Chuck episode 1

(S01E01) "Working on a five year plan, just need to choose a font." - Chuck Bartowski

Last night was the premiere of the shortest-named show in primetime. Shhh ... what do you mean Cane and Life are only four letters? I don't care about House and Bones tying at five letters. I refuse to acknowledge that CSI and ER are still on the air. I think my first line was clever and I am keeping it no matter how wrong it makes me.

Meandering back to the point ... it has been a long time coming for Chuck. For months there have been teasers and web ads bombarding people with its existence and now it is finally here. So let's see if it was worth the wait.

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