Chuck (2010) – Versus the Honeymooners, and Versus the Role Models

Robert Duncan McNeill directs this episode that was written by Rafe Judkins and Lauren LeFranc from a story by Ali Adler. It first aired on 26 April, 2010. Still in Europe after their last mission, Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) decide to desert and lead regular lives together. But they just got on…

Chuck (2010) – Versus the American Hero, and Versus the Other Guy

Everyone seems to be working together to make sure Chuck (Zachary Levi) selects Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) to join him on a mission in Chuck Versus the American Hero. Written by Matt Miller and Phil Klemmer from a story by Max Denby, this episode first debuted on 29 March, 2010. There’s a lot going on in…

Chuck (2010) – Versus the Fake Name, and Versus the Beard

Chuck (Zachary Levi) just can’t get a break. In Chuck Versus the Fake Name, written by Ali Adler, and having an original airdate of 1 March, 2010, Chuck has plans to make dinner (chicken pepperoni) for Hannah (Kristin Kreuk), Ellie (Sarah Lancaster) and Awesome (Ryan McPartlin) but things get sidelined when he has to pose…

Chuck (2010) – Versus the Nacho Sampler, and Versus the Mask

Chuck (Zachary Levi) has lots on his plate this week, as he trains a new Nerd Herder, Hannah (Kristin Kreuk) in Chuck Versus the Nacho Sampler. Written by Matthew Miller and Scott Rosenbaum, this episode first debuted on 1 February, 2010. With stuff going on at the BuyMore, Chuck also has his spycraft, he has…

Torn Curtain (1966) – Alfred Hitchcock

Paul Newman and Julie Andrews star in this thriller from director Alfred Hitchcock. And while the Master of Suspense is still a fantastic director, this one isn’t quite as thrill-packed as the poster would suggest. Which is not to say it isn’t enjoyable, the leads are wonderful, and it’s a very enjoyable story, it’s just…

Chuck (2009/2010) – Versus the Ring, and Versus the Pink Slip

Season two of Chuck comes to its conclusion with Chuck Versus the Ring. Written by one of the series creators Chris Fedak and Ali Adler, and directed by Robert Duncan McNeill, it first aired on 27 April 2009. Chuck (Zachary Levi) may in fact be rid of the Intersect, thanks to his father, Steve (Scott…

Chuck (2009) – Versus the First Kill, and Versus the Colonel

Scott Rosenbaum pens Chuck Versus the First Kill which debuted on 13 April, 2009. While the staff at BuyMore try to deal with Emmett’s (Tony Hale) evaluation and whether or not they move against him, Chuck (Zachary Levi) is hoping for leads and information about his father’s (Scott Bakula) location, since he’s being held by…

Chuck (2009) – Versus the Broken Heart, and Versus the Dream Job

Ali Adler pens the first episode up this week, Chuck Versus the Broken Heart. It first aired on 30 March, 2009. General Beckman (Bonita Friedericy) begins to think that Chuck’s (Zachary Levi) feelings for Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) are complicating their ongoing mission, and the team’s protection of him. So she implements a 49B, and sends…

Chuck (2009) – Versus the Lethal Weapon, and Versus the Predator

Chuck’s (Zachary Levi) adventures in his personal and professional life continue this week as Cole Barker (Jonathan Cake) the MI6 agent that seems to have some chemistry with Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) resurfaces in Chuck Versus the Lethal Weapon. Written by Zev Borow and Matthew Lau, the episode first debuted on 9 March, 2009. It sees…

Chuck (2009) – Versus the Third Dimension, and Versus the Suburbs

Chuck (Zachary Levi) is having problems connecting his feelings for Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) and the fact that she killed a Fulcrum agent. Filmed as a special 3-D episode, this episode was written by one of the series creator’s Chris Fedak and first aired on 2 February, 2009. Dominic Monaghan guest stars as rock star Tyler…

Chuck (2008) – Versus the DeLorean, and Versus Santa Claus

Matthew Miller gives us our first Chuck (Zachary Levi) episode this week, Chuck Versus the DeLorean, which originally aired on 8 December, 2008. Sarah’s (Yvonne Strahovski) con artist father, Jack Burton (Gary Cole) – another Big Trouble in Little China reference – rolls into town, in the midst of a long con on a sheik…