Comic Con 2010
By: D.B. Ketting
The tv show Chuck centers around a computer geek named Chuck Bartowski who literally overnight become the CIA's most important asset when he accidentally opens a top-secret email full of government secrets, which somehow downloads into his brain.
The title character is played by Zachary Levi and he is vulnerable, goofy, nerdy yet at the same time charming, endearing, and completely believable. The rest of the cast includes Adam Baldwin as Chuck's hilariously short-tempered handler John Casey, Yvonne Strahovski as Chuck's handler and love interest Sarah, Joshua Gomez as Chuck's best friend Morgan, Sarah Lancaster as Chuck's sister Ellie, and Ryan McPartlin as Chuck's awesome brother-in-law.
The on screen chemistry between Zachary Levi and Yvonne Strahovski is astounding to watch and makes you want to root for them as a couple, even someone like me who is rarely a fan of canon couples. While some may find a few scenes a bit cheesy at times, however, it does add to the charm of this series.
Chuck fans showed en mass at this year's Comic Con to show support for one of their favorite shows. The Chuck TweetUp was scheduled to take place the night before the Chuck panel on Friday July 23, 3010 at at Bar Ninety on Market & 8th St. in San Diego, California. It was hosted by weheartchuck.com.
It was a chance for Chuck fans to gather and celebrate all things Chuck. Partway through the tweetup fans were surprised when a few of the cast members from the show dropped by to thank their fans for their support. They spent some time meeting and greeting their fans. Some of the cast even took the time to take photos with their fans. At the end of the night weheartchuck.com had raffle prizes to give out and freebies for everyone who showed up.
Chuck will be starting its fourth season on Monday, September 20, 2010. Fans are already looking forward to the upcoming season especially since there is a already a rather long list of guest stars including Linda Hamilton, Nicole Richie, Isaiah Mustafa (the Old Spice Guy), Stone Cold Steve Austin, Dolph Lundgrin and Olivia Munn.
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