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things are getting interesting-er
Chuck's search for Orion sets off some deeply mysterious spy stuff - a little more serious than the average chuck weekly installment. This guy - Orion - has somehow eluded both the cIA and Fulcrum over the years, but somehow Chuck managed to track him down and start exchanging messages by computer. Hmmm. Seems to me there is something deeper here. The constellation Orion apparently represents a hunter in Greek mythology, so it makes one wonder if Orion has actually been looking for Chuck all this time and not the other way around. Either way this sets up an intriguing mystery and despite the way this ep ended i have a feeling we may not have seen the last of this character (not that we actually ever SAW) him (or her) this time! I hope we get a season three of Chuck...moreless
Another awesome episode.
"Chuck Vs The Predator " was a decent episode of the second season that develops on the last episodes new development which was that Orion. I loved the rivalry between the two Buy Mores it was the funniest moments of the episode and there was a great scene were Emmett destroyed the Buy More shelves and the lot of them ran off . The part where Casey , Chuck and Sarah rob the computer was great as well . The episode was another awesome episode. I give this episode " Chuck Versus the Predator " a 9 out of 10 .moreless
This episode had me excited about Chuck really going in a new direction, with the development of the Orion character and later on the mention of Chuck being trained as an operative instead of just an information asset.
This episode had me excited about Chuck really going in a new direction, with the development of the Orion character and later on the mention of Chuck being trained as an operative instead of just an information asset. I'm definitely hoping Chuck lives to see a third season so that this can be more fully developed, i'd like to see the background of the whole Intersect story revealed and they seem to be moving towards this. Also looking forward to Awesome and Ellie's wedding which is sure to be a big occasion full of flowers, cake, explosions and probably an assassination attempt or three.moreless
Chuck becomes increasingly versed into the spy world and becomes more assertive in his roll and position between our three musketeers. With "the Predator' loyalty, friendship and respect between the three is further pushed to the limit!
Wonderfully delightful episode, well written. I really enjoyed the last 2 episodes because it has focused on showing the relationship that is there between the trio. Not just oh I like you guys stuff but a sense of loyalty and deep friendship that seems to building between the three. I also really enjoy the build up to the marriage that is going ot happen between awsome and Ellie. My favorite part was at the absolutley end right before the door opend. At heart I really enjoy any little bit of romantic setup the writers provide between Sarah and Chuck :) Delightfully wonderful show as always.moreless
Is Chuck really growing up!
Chuck finally is growing up and becoming a man. But I don't want him to, be a different kind of person. And not be a really, a real spy just yet. As I think that would ruin the show. And that the show, is why we watch the show and love it. The way that we love it. But he solves a case on his own for once. Without the help of both Sarah and Casey. Who have other important things on their, plates and agendas. But Buy More thought they were getting, a video game like thing. But in fact, it is far worse than that. Not a video game at all. Chuck solves the case on his own. And shows, he doesn't need nobody's help. But again, want Chuck to be the same and goofy person that we have come to know and love. Not change at all. Well, at least not yet.moreless
Chuck attempts to contact Orion on his own, without Sara and Casey.
A good episode, not one of the best, but still a wonderful example of why this show rocks. I missed Ellie and Awesome (and even Anna for that matter), but the non-spy side-story (in this case involving warring Buy Mores) was nonetheless magnificent. As was Lester and Jeff's co-opting of Orion's "special" computer. I enjoy seeing Chuck learn to fend for himself and make his own decisions, without consulting Sara and Casey, it's more realistic than him continuing to listen to everything they say. That said, there weren't as many jokes as usual; and, although I do appreciate a serious episode now and then, I missed them.moreless
Has to be one of the best episodes so far this season.
Chuck manages to find the person responsible for the Intersect 'Orion' and arranges contact, problem is Orion sends Chuck a state of the art secured laptop that is intercepted by Jeff, Lester and Morgan who think it is a new prototype laptop only available at Buy More, confusion ensues when they accidentally inform Orion they are in trouble and have a missile sent to the Buy More, thinking it's a new games simulator they direct it to the Beverly Hills Buy More who they are having a problem with, luckily Chuck gets to the three before the missile can hit and gets his hands on the laptop.
Naturally the rest of the episode is Chuck trying to meet Orion but has General Beckman putting him under house arrest, Casey and Sarah following the Generals orders and a Fulcrum agent out to kill Orion. Big Mike along with Emmett, Morgan, Jeff and Lester take a trip to Buy More Beverly Hills to get some payback after a 'hazing' prank on there own Buy More which ends hilariously.
As i wrote this has to be one of the best episodes so far this season, long live Chuck.moreless
Beautifully funny episode.
This was another brilliantly well executed episode of Chuck. The Buy More scenes were really funny, especially the scene where Jeff and Lester and Casey and Sarah are all wearing balaclavas and bumping into each other while Emmett is on guard. Big Mike was excellent in this and it just goes to show how he should be given more to do as he is missing all too often from the episodes. It was also good seeing the General actually there for once and not just on a screen. The plot's delicately balanced now and hopefully the threads will all come together in the final few episodes of the season.moreless
Nice Nice Nice
Like I said eairler Nice....Chuck gets to meet the General cool... I'm so glad that everyone thats on this show gets a main part every now and again. I like the writers. who would have thought the Hollywood Buy More was geeker than the Burbank location...lol I enjoy this show very much but it pains me to know that Chuck will never get the intersect out of his head and if he does who will be there to kill him? I have to say I don't believe that Orion is dead so I'm looking forward for him and Chuck to carry out sum missions together he will be a close friend that Chuck will not realize who he really is. Great episode.moreless
Chuck hopes to get rid of the Intersect thanks to a mysterious man called Orion, but nothing goes as planned.
Even if the Awesome family doesn't appear, the balance between "Chuck as a spy" and Buy More is well mantained.
However, this series seems becoming darker : Chuck is realizing he is a real spy, as the General tells him; the fight against Fulcrum is more violent with many dead. More important, the fun is now mainly provided by the Buy More crew, and no more by the CIA and NSA agents. Chuck seems to have lost the fun being the Intersect and he's facing with the true dimension of his new job.
Is Chuck becoming an adult?
I expect the following episodes to provide some fresh air and resume with the not-so-serious spy Chuck!moreless