Chuck 5 Seasons 2010

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Season 3
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12. Chuck Versus the American Hero TV-NR CC

Chuck has his pick of the best agents for an undercover operation, but he only has one girl in mind for the job: Sarah. Casey, Morgan and Awesome try to help Chuck win her back.

Starring:
Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski
Runtime:
43 minutes
Original air date:
March 29, 2010

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Chuck Versus the American Hero

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Season 3

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Genres Drama, Action, Comedy
Director Jeremiah S. Chechik
Starring Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski
Supporting actors Joshua Gomez, Ryan McPartlin, Mark Christopher Lawrence, Vik Sahay, Scott Krinsky, Sarah Lancaster, Adam Baldwin, Brandon Routh, Bonita Friedericy, Mark Sheppard, Roger R. Cross, Mary Pat Gleason, Greg Collins, Kelly Thiebaud, Pepper Binkley, Asher Glaser, Sean C. Graham, Drew Butler
Season year 2010
Network NBC
Executive Producer Ali Adler
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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70 of 72 people found the following review helpful By E. Amador on April 14, 2010
Format: DVD
i found out about Chuck through mindlessly trauling through the tv shows available in itunes australia. i read a couple of the reviews, took a punt with my hard earned 3 bob & bought the 1st 3 episodes including the pilot. i don't buy dvds of tv shows but i made an exception with Chuck after watching said 3 episodes & have not regretted it in the slightest, especially as you need to have cable to watch Chuck here in sydney.

put simply, it is the best bloody thing on the box & i watch a lot of box. my reasons are threefold: great ensemble cast who play well thought out characters, superb story lines with just enough plot twists to keep viewers on the edge of their seats but not alienate new fans &, above all, the perfect combination of action, drama & comedy. yes, folks, i've turned into a Chuckoholic...it's just that good.

i've had to make do with watching season 3 on-line like many fans outside the US & can happily say the show's producers, josh schwartz & chris fedak, have taken it to a new level. all our favourites are back along with some new ones, both good & evil or possibly both.

i just hope nbc give them the thumbs up for a 4th season. if not, i'll happily don my 'save chuck' singlet all over again...
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53 of 56 people found the following review helpful By D. S. Thurlow TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on April 17, 2010
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In its superb third season, "Chuck" continues its highly entertaining blend of drama, comedy, and romance. At Season Two's end, nice guy computer nerd and CIA asset Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi) uploaded into his own brain a new, improved Intersect which not only restored his ability to "flash" on espionage information, it also provided access to new skills. As he told his CIA handler Sara Walker (Yvonne Strahovski) and her NSA partner John Casey (Adam Baldwin) at the time, "Guys, I know Kung Fu."

In Season Three, Chuck, no longer an accidental tourist in the espionage world, embarks on a bumpy, uncertain journey to becoming a full-fledged spy. This journey involves a painful Catch-22. Chuck must succeed in becoming a spy to stay close to Sara Walker, his erstwhile bodyguard and romantic interest, but each step towards spyhood seems to take him further away from the decent, honest guy that Sara secretly cherishes.

At the beginning of Season Three, Chuck makes two critical mistakes: He disappoints Sara and he flunks spy school. In search of second chances, Chuck must accept tutoring from the experienced, ruthless CIA agent Daniel Shaw (Brandon Routh in an extended guest role), a man with questionable intentions toward both Chuck and Sara. Chuck will also suffer hilarious difficulties in keeping his real and spy lives separate. New brother-in-law "Captain Awesome", best friend Morgan, and Chuck's co-workers at the BuyMore become entangled in spy plots, while Team Bartokowski members Sara Walker and John Casey experience some surprising personal and professional challenges.

Season Three was originally programmed for thirteen episodes before being extended to nineteen. Lucky "Chuck" fans will thus be treated to two excellent season finales.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Nicole D. on May 14, 2010
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I just discovered Chuck during Season 3 and since then I've been completely in love with the series. I immediately ordered seasons 1 and 2 on DVD so I could catch up on all the backstory and have watched both seasons multiple times since receiving the DVDs. The finale of Season 2 made for a great start to season 3 and it has been sheer brilliance from there. Some of my absolute favorite episodes in the entire series have been in Season 3 (such as Chuck vs. The Other Guy and Chuck vs. The Honeymooners). The writers and actors are of equal brilliance in this show - it comes together perfectly with an amazing blend of drama, comedy and romance. I am so excited to see what the final few episodes of Season 3 will bring and, of course, I can't wait for Season 4 to begin. I would (and have!) recommend this series... and this season... to anyone and everyone! You won't be sorry. Enjoy!
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18 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Marsanik Lapp on May 25, 2010
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Josh Schwartz & Chris Fedak do not disappoint anyone in this season either, as the finally of 2 hours hit on TV tonight I can only say they leave a HUGE loose end but do it in such a way as like "slipping down the rabbit hole boys and girls!" It was an excellent season as all the prior ones and there has not ever been a series created with the humor and action as this series (I have never seen one like this remotely and is miles different then something like LaFemme Nakita), it truly is unique and puts you in the greatest moods after you watch the show. Shaw is an issue during the ENTIRE season all the way through, Scott Baccula's character of Chuck's dad (he did an excellent job too as always) leaves the biggest mystery in the end of the finale and his character ends up giving you a "JOLT" with what he goes through and unleashes upon Chuck. Chuck must step up to the plate to protect his loved ones and do something deeper in the very end as he also progresses through the series and as far as protecting family, ironically so does John Casey (Adam Baldwin). The general's character even has a few bumps more than usual in the finale and everyone is left in a forced situation of change. It leaves the staff of the Buy More in a real "BANG for the BUCK" so to speak, and literally leaves them in uncertain unstable "explosive" situations as well. That is all I will say. They did an excellent job with romance, action, and humor, it has been a fun ride.
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