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Chuck Season 5 Review!


David Mudd

Chuck was an action spy action/drama/comedy television series that starred Zachary Levi as Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi), a down-on-his-luck computer geek who worked at the BuyMore fixing computers, who ended up with a supercomputer with government secrets downloaded into his brain after being used as an intelligence asset by the United States government.

Later on in the series, he received an upgrade to the programme that also provided him with a variety of physical abilities such as martial arts. Season 5 consisted of only 13 episodes that aired from October 2011 to January 2012 on the Disney Channel.

Chuck Season 5

Towards the end of Season 4 and the beginning of Season 5, Chuck, Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski), and Casey (Adam Baldwin) return to the show’s roots, but with a twist, as they use money they’ve earned to purchase the Buy More, which they will use as a base for their freelance spy organisation Carmichael Industries.

However, at the conclusion of the previous season, a pair of programmable sunglasses that were intended to upload a new copy of the Interact computer into Chuck’s brain were instead worn by Morgan (Joshua Gomez), resulting in Morgan now possessing the knowledge of a government supercomputer as well as the extra physical capabilities of the Intersect, making him the new focal point of their organisation, with Chuck serving as his handler (like Sarah used to do for him in the early seasons).

In this final season of the show, the actors did new things that they hadn’t done in any of the previous seasons (Morgan’s role as the Intersect being just one example!). Furthermore, I had the idea while watching that the authors had been instructed to include numerous huge finales across these episodes in the event that they were cancelled earlier than expected (and maybe there were more finales written for later that never aired).

It was as a result that, in addition to individual episode arcs and the overall season arc, there were several episode arcs throughout the season, and things that appeared to be taking on the shape of an overall season arc would very suddenly come to an end.

Chuck Season 5

Even while I was sad to see the show come to an end, and there are some aspects of the last season that I wish had been handled better, it was satisfying to watch how the show’s portrayal of the Chuck and Sarah tale was eventually brought to a close.

If you’ve seen the previous stories, you should definitely watch this one to see how everything works out.

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