Chuck (season 1)

{4.5/5} “‘I think I see a scenario where we both get out of here with acceptable losses.’ ‘What exactly is your version of acceptable?’ ‘Breaks and punctures, possible loss of a limb, no major organ damage.'”

Chuck season 1, aired in 2007-08

Chuck works at a big box store fixing computers, and tries to escape from the birthday party his sister throws for him. His life changes dramatically when his old college buddy sends him an email that contains all the secrets of the CIA and the FBI. Because the computer those secrets were on was destroyed, those organizations must now rely on Chuck. He now has a CIA handler and an FBI handler who look after him and take him on missions — but he’s still a regular guy at heart.

The premise is wildly implausible, but if you accept it you’ll be treated to a delightful show. It’s very funny — and it has Adam Baldwin.

Stars Zachary Levi and Yvonne Strahovski.

Created by Chris Fedak (Prodigal Son) and Josh Schwartz (Gossip Girl).

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One Response to “Chuck (season 1)”

  1. Dave Switzer Says:

    I watched this show again. It’s lots of fun, with clover storylines.

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