When last we left this show... so much awesome happened. Seriously, I'm not sure that this show will ever be able to top it. I mean, I sincerely hope that it does, and this show has been full of surprises and pulling out the stops and really rocking this year, but Chuck and Sarah together, Morgan being part of the team, Casey getting his job back and Sarah's ex being permanently removed from the picture? Where do you go from there?
After a pretty underwhelming start to its final season last Friday, this now-bland spy show returns for another episode with none other than guest star Carrie-Anne Moss -- but her character isn't quite like Trinity.
Flash and you'll miss it: Tonight is the series finale of Chuck.
We might not know when Community will return, but we do know where you can find Abed tonight. (Hint: He's now a Nerd Herder.)
In case you missed the billion commercials during the Super Bowl, Chuck is airing a new episode tonight. And in 3-D no less. Which means that you've got to drag out those stupid glasses, or else you are going to get a headache trying to watch the fuzzy scenes. However, I've got my stupid glasses ready, because I love this show, but also because my very favorite little hobbit is guest starring.
Dominic Monaghan is playing Tyler Martin, which seems to be sort of a version of his DriveShaft alter ego Charlie from Lost, which is just about the most awesome thing ever. He doesn't appear to be singing "You All Everybody," but still, he's dressed in full rocker regalia, complete with a healthy dose of eyeliner. Seriously, I'm squealing in anticipation.
It's the season finale, and Ellie is getting married! I wrote already about how awesome last week's episode was, and it could have been the season finale, if it had to be. They hooked Sarah and Chuck up, they took the intersect out of his brain, they freed his dad, Morgan quit the Buy More for his dream job and Sarah and Casey both got their jobs back. Everything was wrapped up in a nice little bow, with the exception of Roark (Chevy Chase) surviving the airstrike and coming after the Bartowski family.