Chuck 5 Seasons 2011

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Season 4
(179) IMDb 9/10
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The mission to take down Volkoff (TIMOTHY DALTON) reaches a dangerous new level. And big changes loom at home. Recurring guest stars LINDA HAMILTON and MEKENNA MELVIN also appear.

Starring:
Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
January 31, 2011

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Season 4

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Great features on the Blu-Ray extras.
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I really enjoyed the first episode of Chuck season four.
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I loved this show and watched one season after another.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on May 15, 2011
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Every new fall season, there's this fear that my favorite TV shows wouldn't be on the roster. With CHUCK getting the nod for a fifth and final season, there's a sigh of relief. It's very hard for me to be impartial and critique this show. And I won't even try, really. But, okay, maybe I'll mention that perhaps CHUCK's getting only one more season may be a good thing. In Season 4, there's been a creeping sense of familiarity, a nagging worry that maybe, just maybe, the show's slowing down some.

It's still a cool premise, hapless nerd secretly a brilliant spy. And the cast still demonstrates that banging chemistry. But the central tension always was in Chuck and Sarah's relationship. Once they formally became a couple in Season 3, I was happy as pigs in mud but also concerned about where the show would go from here on out, what with that central conflict being resolved. Remember what happened to MOONLIGHTING once David and Maddy hooked up?

But CHUCK isn't all about a nerd's hopeless romantic pinings. And, in the area of wicked espionage and devilish plot twists and just plain exploiting the Intersect, the show exhibits plenty of legs. In Season 3's finale, Chuck had promised his sister that he's out of the spy game for good, and I think we all got a good snicker out of that. Like a phoenix from the ashes or a cockroach shrugging off the holocaust, the Burbank Buy More store is back, rebuilt and revamped and become a full-fledged, covert joint NSA/CIA operation. Because when Chuck Bartowski doesn't come to the spy game, the spy game comes to Chuck Bartowski.

It's all a subterfuge, of course, his fellow spies assuming that Chuck had quit espionage, with Sarah pulling off missions with John Casey while Chuck frets at home. But Chuck is up to something.
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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By D.S.Thurlow TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 23, 2011
Format: DVD
In its surprisingly good fourth season, "Chuck" continues its highly entertaining blend of drama, comedy, and romance. Nice guy computer nerd and newly minted CIA agent Chuck Bartkowski (Zachary Levi) is finally teamed, both personally and professionally, with the lovely and deadly CIA agent Sara Walker (Yvonne Strahovski).

At the beginning of Season Four, Chuck and best buddy Morgan (Joshua Gomez) search for Chuck's long missing mother Mary Bartkowski (extended cameo by Linda Hamilton), thought to be a rogue agent working for the villainous international arms dealer Alexei Volkov (a superbly over-the-top Timothy Dalton). In a multi-episode sequence, Chuck, Morgan, Sara and the famously gruff NSA agent John Casey (Adam Baldwin) track and eventually confront Mary Bartkowski and Volkov. Mary's loyalties are something of a mystery, especially after she deprives Chuck of the use of the Intersect embedded in his brain, which provides him with his spy skills.

Season Four was originally scheduled for 13 episodes, before being extended to a full season. Lucky fans get two season finales. In the first, Team Bartkowski tries to protect Chuck's sister Ellie from the Volkov gang, as she prepares to give birth to her first child with husband Captain Awesome, and as Chuck seeks a quiet moment to propose to the evasive Sara. In the second, Chuck and Sara must escape the revenge of the Volkov family long enough to bring off their own wedding.

The steam could easily have gone out of the series after Chuck and Sara finally got together, but the creative team of Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak keeps finding ways to keep it funny and interesting.
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22 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amazonas on April 2, 2011
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Chuck is in its fourth season now and it's still highly entertaining, fresh, and funny. Personally, I even prefer it to the third season of the show. Hopefully, NBC will renew the show one more time!
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28 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Richard Cowand on April 4, 2011
Format: Blu-ray
This is a bit premature since we are still in the middle of season 4, but we record each episode and watch it multiple times. Chuck is one of the few shows that the entire family must watch together, and we have a strange demographic in that there are 3 girls and one guy (me) in our viewing family. I thought Chuck might be a little too "boy-oriented" with the beautiful Yvonne Strahovski and Sarah Lancaster, but the ladies in the family love the entire cast and absolutely swoon over Zachary Levi, Adam Baldwin and Ryan McPartlin. The episodes might stretch reality a bit, but are great fun. One reviewer said that Chuck did not fit into a contemporary television genre while I would suggest that Chuck might be described as a cross between Charlie's Angels (which is spoofed in a Season 4 episode) and Get Smart. With the stunning cast members, HD and Blu Ray are the best ways to enjoy Chuck.
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20 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Save Chuck Season 5 on March 24, 2011
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NBC's Chuck is one of those "little" shows that crawls under your skin in way that you find yourself in one point where you realize you are a complete addict. Yes, I am one of them - Chuck's addicts and my judgment cannot be objective, but if you wanna check my theory just browse wast space of internet and you will find millions of post (mostly on twitter) where this "little" show is glorified beyond any other TV show. Why is it so. Well, reason one is for sure the fact that show doesn't it in any TV cliche - although it looks like one of several newly streamlined nerd/geek shows, it's actually - TV genre on its own. It is Action, Drama, Comedy, Romance, Spy Thriller & Sci-Fi - all in one amazing mix of 1 hour of TV entertainment. Genre of its own is Chuck's blessing that makes it so appealing to millions of dedicated fans but at the same time it is its curse cause it doesn't fit in networks "usual" & one-faced program slots. As a result - this amazing show is in constant flux and permanent state of "bubble".
Unfair ratings - over Nielsen, are disappointing cause statistics as always takes "representative" household models & test subjects - typical families. But If you are a part of any social network and if you browse people who are interested in Chuck on generic level - you will find that Chuck's audience ages spread goes (at least) 11 - 50, men & women, mainly between 19 & 40 all over the world. That says something about the quality & variety of Chuck - isn't it?
Amazing Zachary Levi (plays main character - Chuck) is so comfortable in his role you got a feeling he doesn't even have to try to act - he looks like he is not playing Chuck - but he is Chuck in a real life.
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