Chuck ends with not only flashback episode that doesn’t feel like a flashback episode, but also with a loving nod to to the fans who have loved the show these past five seasons.
With just two more hours left, “Chuck vs the Bullet Train” sets us on the direct path of next week’s gripping two hour finale.
Not willing to completely coast for the remainder of the series, “Chuck vs Bo” shows the fans that there’s never just “one last mission.”
In “Chuck vs the Kept Man” we have a much lighter story with little overall danger to the gang as we see the return of Gertrude Verbanski, the latest client to Carmichael Industries.
After last week’s feel good Santa episode, this week’s Chuck is an expected weaker step that exists solely to provide some backstory to how Sarah became what she is today.
Chuck continues it’s breakneck pacing with the revelation of the true mastermind behind the attack on Castle and the corruption of the CIA in “Chuck vs the Santa Suit.”
In Chuck vs The Curse, we delve into a little of the concept that many of us might have believed since the show’s inception, that Chuck himself is cursed to live a life of insanity and danger destined to repeat his fathers history of being on the run.
Chuck continues the breakneck momentum as it finishes the Morgan as the Intersect storyline.
In “Chuck vs the Bearded Bandit,” we start to see a bit of the serious downsides of Morgan as the Intersect, and it is a dangerous situation.
Chuck and the gang return for the final season!
Fresh off the inetwebs, is the Chuck Season 5 sneak peak. With the creation of “Carmichael Industries,” Chuck and the gang has a new mission, and a new enemy, the CIA that burned him and his team to begin with. Chuck returns Friday October 21 on NBC.
Exciting happenings on Chuck tonight! We have the esteemed Timothy Dalton (James Bond!!) guest starring.