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Monday, September 20, 2010

Chuck: The Complete Third Season DVD Review

Chuck: The Complete Third Season DVD Review

Synopsis: The world's nerdiest secret agent is back in the one-hour action-comedy series Chuck. Zachary Levi stars as Chuck Bartowski, the Buy More electronics store computer geek who unwittingly becomes the government's most vital secret agent. At the end of last season, Chuck was transformed into the Intersect 2.0 after receiving another data download into his brain. This time, however, he not only knows government secrets, he is also equipped with the knowledge and coordination of deadly fight skills. Chuck finally has the potential to become a real agent. There's just one problem — his emotions. Can Chuck keep his emotions in check as he assumes his new role as the Intersect 2.0? His handlers will still be there to protect him, but they also must help him become the agent he is destined to be.

Review: Chuck is one of those rare shows that has really flown under the radar in many ways.  Its well-known, well-produced and of great quality, and yet it isn't the phenomenon that I feel it should be.   Chuck is one of those great cast-driven shows that entertains every time.  The story arcs are interesting and full of twists that keep you riveted and the cast is hilarious.   The show has comedic value, but isn't a completely slapstick show, its a great mixture of various genres. 

The third season of Chuck has really found it's voice.   A lot of times by the third season a show will start to stagnate and run out of ideas.  Not Chuck!  No, this show is finally so comfortable in its own shoes that it runs smoothly and really hits the mark on every episode!

The special features include: Chuck-Fu... and Dim Sum: Becoming a spy guy, The Jeffster Revolution: The definitive mockumentary, Declassified scenes, Gag reel 

Interest Range: Action, Drama, Comedy