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Chuck - Season 5 [DVD] 
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Over 3 hours of special features.
- Sandwiches and Superfans: The Saving of a Show - A tribute to the world's greatest fans
- Chuck versus the Final Episode: An emotional visit behind the scenes
- Scoring the world of Chuck: The mind behind the music
- Chuck: The beginnings - the flash that launched a hit show
- Chuck: Through the years - the journey from Nerd to spy
- Goodbye, Buy more: Time lapse teardown of the set
- Exclusive buy more commercials
- Extended version of series finale
- Chuck: The Future - Cast and producers predictions
- Commentaries on final 2 episodes with executive producers and actors
- Declassified scenes
- Gag reel
Chuck is back with new missions, a new business -- and no Intersect. The stakes are high as Chuck sets out to become a full-fledged spy. But without the CIA as backup, Chuck will have to rely now more than ever on John Casey, Sarah Walker, and a new Intersect -- Morgan Guillermo Grimes. Across this thrilling final season, Chuck will find that his wits, his friends, and his family are the only backup he needs.
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All the way through there is much on offer. Everybody seems to have far more to do. Buy More's Dumb and Dumber, Lester and Jeff, most entertainingly manage to avert catastrophe. Tough guy Casey even shows a more humane side, although his female admirer realizes the gift of a cashmere sweater is not as appropriate as a bulletproof vest. Formidable villains receive well deserved comeuppance. Hopes are high that happy endings are ahead for all who deserve them.
Many bonuses, some very emotional - as when the cast pays tributes to loyal fans who ensured Season 2 was not the last. Tears flow on the last day of shooting, acknowledgement that the show had been special for all concerned.
Special for us too.
Following season 4 - the worst in the series, particularly the directionless second half - Chuck 5 shines. The writing is exceptional; there's tons of character development, and the series packs a much harder emotional punch than any of the others, as well as establishing a real sense of fear and jeopordy at times. It's not quite as funny as it has been previously, but it doesn't necessarily need to be, as it often enters into pretty dark and violent territory (there are still a good few laugh-out-loud moments however). This series' biggest problem comes in it's insistence to tie up plot strands far too quickly - what can go from being a huge threat to the world at the beginning of one episode is often thwarted somewhat effortlessly by the end - sometimes resulting in the disappearance of tension just a little too quickly. This is a small flaw however, in a thrilling season that is otherwise consistently perfectly cast (Yvonne Strahovski is particularly fantastic), exceptionally written, and had me in floods of tears in numerous occasions towards the end.
This season was never shown on British tv, thanks to 'scheduling conflicts', so for many fans of the show it will be your only chance to see it.
This season is also not a good jumping on point for new viewers, thanks to the amount of back story the show has built up by now. So you should start with Chuck: Season 1 [DVD]  instead.
Regular viewers, read on.
At the end of season four, Chuck and friends had to face up to certain changes. No longer working for the CIA they had to become freelance spies, running their own company called Carmichael Industries. Chuck also has to cope with the fact that Morgan now has the intersect.
As they strive to make a go of their new lives, juggling the spy business with regular business, danger awaits. Because it soon becomes clear that someone is out to get them. There's also the ever present thought of settling down and concentrating entirely on the married life. Will they ever be able to say 'one last mission?'
As with the last few seasons, the show has to balance the budget judiciously, and certain of the semi regulars will go an episode or more without appearing. But you will be used to that by now so it's not a problem.
Chuck had, in the past, many moments when it looked as if it would have to wrap itself up as it wouldn't get renewed, but on this occasion they knew from the start it would be the end. Which actually helps because it does allow the season a sense of direction. Things do unfold at a relatively sedate pace, but it is always going somewhere.
It does move all the characters along to the point where it wants their stories to end, and manages to do some good character development for a lot of them in the process.
The first seven episodes do form a mini arc of their own. Which is very well structed. There are occasions in this run when it feels that the balance has gone a bit too far towards spy action at the expense of comedy, but that's only a minor complaint.
Episodes eight and nine are more stand alone, with villains of the week and character development. These do start to feel a tiny bit tired. And eight does waste a guest appearance from a former tv star of the 70's.
However it all really kicks into gear with the last four, which feature an excellent villain and a really good level of threat.
At the heart of it all, as ever, is the wonderful love story between chuck and sarah. Any show that can make you care for the main characters has done it's job, and Chuck certainly does that.
The finale does succeed in bringing everything to a close and giving some wonderful moments for fans to cheer. One thing is left slightly open ended, so how you react to that will be a matter of opinion. But it's a great finale, as it's a perfect wrap for a show that was a great character story with lots of fun and laughs on the way.
The dvd has the following language and subtitle options:
Subtitles: English, Finnish, Norwegian, Swedish.
There are a fair few extras, spread across the discs.
Disc one has a deleted scene from episode five, which can be accessed via the extras or episode menu.
There's also a ten minute long feature on the fans of the show and how it was kept going. Which is mostly cast members getting emotional on the subject. But it's good viewing.
And there's the full versions of two different commercials for the Buy More, which you will see bits of in the episodes.
Disc two has three more deleted scenes accessed in the same way as on disc one.
Plus a seven minute long feature on the music used in the show.
Disc three brings a few more deleted scenes. And a couple of cast and crew commentaries. All accessed in the same way as above.
There's an extended version of the final episode, which runs ten minutes longer than the regular one. So watch this rather than that for the full experience.
The final episode. All about the end of filming. A seven minute long interesting look at how shows are filmed.
The beginnings: Six minutes about the creation of the show.
Through the years: ten minutes of convention footage from down the years and how the cast and things have changed over time.
The future: six minutes of cast and crew predicting what would come next for their characters.
A five minute long gag reel. Which has some good moments.
Goodbye, Buy More. The Buy More set being taken down. Filmed in timelapse photography so it only lasts a couple of minutes.
All of these are fun and have the fun family feeling that the cast gave the show. So fans will enjoy them also.
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