Chuck

Here’s a little Slave Leia wallpaper goodness to help you get through the rest of the week. Who’s your pal?

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NBC is selling small Chuck collectible figures. The set includes Chuck Bartowski, Sarah Walker, John Casey, and Chuck’s alter-ego Charles Carmichael. Priced at $20 a piece you can grab the whole set on sale for $60.

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The final season of Chuck finds the Intersect in the head of Morgan Grimes (Joshua Gomez) and our super-CIA spies entering the private sector as Carmichael Industries. As Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) enjoy married life, Casey (Adam Baldwin) gets a girlfriend (Carrie-Anne Moss) and goes to jail with Lester (Vik Sahay).

This year’s missions include a computer super-virus, the return of old foes Decker (Richard Burgi) and Shaw (Brandon Routh), and an even deadlier new one in Nicholas Quinn (Angus Macfadyen). We’ll also learn Sarah’s darkest secret and meet her mother (Cheryl Ladd), Chuck will briefly return to his hacker roots, and two members of the team not named Chuck will have adverse effects from the Intersect as the super-computer begins to melt their brains and alter their personalities. And in the series’ final arc Chuck finds himself at war with a wife who doesn’t recognize him and a vengeful former spy who wants the Intersect for himself.

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My thoughts exactly Mr. Stewart. My thoughts exactly.

You can find the entire video (including Stewart standing up for Chuck at the 1:14 mark) after the jump.

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Fresh from our whirlwind tour of “near death”, Alan and Aaron return to the mics (along with special guest Trevan McGee) to talk about the end of Chuck! The genius of Adventure Time! The sadness of Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance! Why Justice League #5 is the distilled failure of the New 52 in one comic, and of course, our favorite (and hated) comics o’ the week. BEGIN THE LISTENINGINGING.

Check it out below or bow to the turtleneck deities of iTunes!

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Wallpaper Wednesday

by Cap'n Carrot on February 1, 2012 · 0 comments

in Miscellany

Today’s Wallpaper Wednesday is all Chuck.

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If the second-to-last episode of Chuck spent a little too much time setting up all the pieces in anticipation of one final hour, the show’s finale delivers a jam-packed episode full of callbacks from the show’s earlier years, one last performance of Jeffster, the return of the Intersect to where it rightfully belongs, and a tearful farewell to the show’s fans who have fought to keep Chuck on the air every single season for five years.

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Nicholas Quinn (Angus Macfadyen) has used the Intersect to remove Sarah’s (Yvonne Strahovski) memories of Chuck (Zachary Levi) and the last five years. He’s rebooted her back to the spy she was at the beginning of the series and set her sites on the man he tells her is responsible – Charles Bartowski.

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After five years Chuck‘s run finally ends this Friday with a two-hour finale. As sad as it is to say goodbye, this does give us the opportunity to look back and remember. Check out this video featuring the series central bromance between Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi) and Morgan Grimes (Joshua Gomez).

Bromance Made in Heaven

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“Behold the flames of destiny.”

Now armed with Intersect Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) and Casey (Adam Baldwin) board a Japanese bullet train to save Chuck (Zachary Levi) from Nicholas Quinn (Angus Macfadyen). The mission goes to plan but when Alex (Mekenna Melvin) is kidnapped by Quinn’s men (Steven Stone, Erin Cahill) Casey has no choice but to turn on his teammates. Things get even more complicated when Sarah’s Intersect starts to malfunction.

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