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Chuck - Season 2 [DVD] 
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The complete second season of the US comedy series starring Zachary Levi as Chuck, a computer geek who unwittingly downloads a database of government secrets into his brain. As a result, Chuck finds himself employed as a spy by veteran NSA Agent, John Casey (Adam Baldwin). Episodes comprise: 'Chuck Versus the First Date', 'Chuck Versus the Seduction', 'Chuck Versus the Break-Up', 'Chuck Versus the Cougars', 'Chuck Versus Tom Sawyer', 'Chuck Versus the Ex', 'Chuck Versus the Fat Lady', 'Chuck Versus the Gravitron', 'Chuck Versus the Sensei', 'Chuck Versus the Delorean', 'Chuck Versus Santa Claus', 'Chuck Versus the Third Dimension', 'Chuck Versus the Suburbs', 'Chuck Versus the Best Friend', 'Chuck Versus the Beefcake', 'Chuck Versus the Lethal Weapon', 'Chuck Versus the Predator', 'Chuck Versus the Broken Heart', 'Chuck Versus the Dream Job', 'Chuck Versus the First Kill', 'Chuck Versus the Colonel' and 'Chuck Versus the Ring'.
Chuck Bartowski, ace computer geek at Buy More, is not in his right mind. That's a good thing. Ever since he unwittingly downloaded stolen government secrets into his brain, action, excitement and a cool secret agent girlfriend have entered his life. It's a bad thing, too. Because now Chuck is in danger 24/7. Executive producers Josh Schwartz (The OC) and McG (Charlie's Angels, We Are Marshall) merge techno-gadgetry, martial-arts smack-downs, narrow escapes and gorgeous spies in short shorts into this action comedy about a millennium Everyguy. Think James Bond in a sub-compact. Think Jason Bourne with a pocket protector. Season 2 continues with high action and top comedy. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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For those of you who have see Season 1, you will not be disappointed by what the new season has to offer. In S1, Chuck was mainly the passive observer, the guy who flashed on things, and often made situations worse than before. However, at times he was given opportunity to save the day, in something I like to call a 'Chuck Moment'. Season 1 had a few of them (setting off the fireworks to distract the guards to save Sarah and Casey would be one) but Season 2 is full of them - and better off for it. Now don't get me wrong, Chuck can still be blundering and innapropriate, but in the new season, he always gets the opportunity to be the hero. The first episode has a particularly good example of this.
The season starts off very strong, following on with the storyline that involves the governement trying to make a new intersect (and invariably the team have to go on missions to help furthur that cause). In fact, the majority of the season is brilliant television, apart from a few select episodes that are merely good, dotted around the season. The season has a much more coherent storyline, with a smallish story arc near the start, and a solid story arc that takes off around episode 13.
The character's pasts are delved into alot more in this season, with a great appearance from Sarah's father, a conman. Chuck's past gets more attention however, as the long talked of ex, Jill gets reinvolved in Chuck's life. Best of all may be the casting of Scott Bacula as Chuck's father, who does a great job of convincing the audience of his connection to both Chuck and Ellie.Read more ›
Right from the start of series 2 we have Chuck almost dying at the hands of a very cool guest star, with Sarah and Casey rushing to protect him.
In the second series we also get to see some of Sarah's past, more of Bryce and there are a number of big-name guest stars, showing just how much this show is loved.
The 'Charah' romantic sub-plot continues to develop and there's a very cool, game-changing series finale. We also get to meet Awesome's parents and Chuck's ex.
Thanks to Subway and an intense fan campaign we can look forward to a third series of my favourite show.
The second season of Chuck picks up after the events of the first season (truncated by the 2007-08 Writer's Guild of America strike) and, for a while, it's business as usual. The Chuck formula - Chuck solves a spy problem whilst dealing with a more mundane crisis at home or at the store - is intact and remains entertaining, but also risks becoming stale after a few episodes. Luckily, the writers have taken steps to minimise that problem by bringing in a sequential series of multi-episode storylines. In short order, Chuck has to deal with the reappearance of an old girlfriend, try to track down his missing father so he can give his sister away at her wedding, find the original scientists who created the Intersect, deal with a CIA investigation into Sarah's ability to be his handler (given their growing closeness) and deal with a head-on confrontation with FULCRUM, a shadowy and criminal intelligence organisation.
This structure allows the series to sustain 22 episodes without becoming too tedious or repetitive, helped by enjoyable writing and great performances from the regulars and guest stars (Scott Bakula! Tricia Helfer! Chevy Chase!) alike.Read more ›
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What can you say, one of the best US comedy drama TV series in the last 10 years, a hidden gem, most people have not heard of it in the UK, but well worth a try, the characters are... Read morePublished 7 months ago by A. Davison
I am enjoying the Chuck series having watched and enjoyed season 1 I am now watching season 2. Light hearted and interesting with likable characters. Delivery quick and efficient. Read morePublished 10 months ago by crystalsue
Very enjoyable series with the cast all working well together.Published 10 months ago by A. R. W. Jarvis