**Mega Spoiler Alert (The Whole Post)**
I'm gonna try and type this without going into a rant about it, but no promises...
Personally, I was disappointed in how the show ended for Chuck and Sarah. I mean, hes basically where he's at at the shows beginning, minus Ellie and Awesome.
Everybody (sans Morgan) left! Ellie, Awesome and Clare(sp?) are off to Chicago, Casey is going after Verbansky, Jeffster is/are off to Germany, Sarah doesn't really know Chuck anymore. I understand that Sarah had SOME memory of the past with Chuck but I feel like its a maybe that they would get back together. I feel like this was more of a cliffhanger to a next season than a series finale. I wanted Chuck to ride off into the sunset like Jeffster did. The whole season they built up "Happily ever after" and we got barely a maybe. I wanted a bow, not questions. Oh AND Chuck has the intersect again (but really who DIDN'T see that one coming.)
I REALLY hope there is a movie. Till then, I will be watching my DVDs.
This needs a movie. Like tomorrow.
After powering through the first season and a half from the late evening to early morning during a weekend, I was making rapid progress during the following work week towards completing my 5-season Chuck-a-thon. However, as I neared the end--whether through fatigue, sentimentality, or both--I started slowing my Chuck intake to prolong the excitement and attachment I've gained for this TV series and its characters.
I just watched the series finale yesterday, which leaves me with bittersweet joy in that I'm sad that the ride is over but also a little relieved that the series didn't end up overstaying its welcome even if it did come to a close prematurely. Fans were treated to pretty much a complete story and an ending that left it open for positive possibilities.
I'm sorry that I missed out in sharing the joy with other enamored fans of this fantastic show during its run but I'm quite grateful to the Let's Go Kings community for alerting me to this treasure. We've been treated to so many precious moments that they still reverberate in our hearts and memories and make rewatching episodes a delight. This show works because of the remarkable on- and off-screen chemistry of the cast and crew, so I'll post the following videos in tribute to all those involved:
And yes, their chemistry is awesome....it's actually what got jerseydevil and me interested in the show. We were at Comic-Con a few years ago and had to sit through the Chuck panel, to make sure we had a seat for the Family Guy and Cleveland Show panel. At that point, we had only heard of the show, but never watched it. Less than half the way through the Chuck panel.....after seeing the way the crowd was reacting with so much love and excitement....and seeing the chemistry the actors had with each other (and the crowd)....we knew were missing out on something special. So soon after, JD ordered the DVDs...and it was love at first watch. :)
The enthusiasm in this very thread was what piqued my interest in this show, so I searched for some YouTube clips, which just sealed the deal for me in falling head over heels for it. It's nice to actually be engrossed in quality TV shows, which has not always been the case in years past for me. Then again, I'm very selective of the shows I follow nowadays because of past disappointments and also not wanting to get hooked on high-quality shows that I know would take up a lot of my time. Chuck was definitely worth the time and emotional investment.
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No. Still have not watched...in extreme denial and subconsciously believe the show will never end.
Damn you, I thought this would be bumped to announce a movie or next season :cbgb:
JUST found out today this was the theme song :facepalm:, I thought they created it for the show...