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TV Series Review

Chuck Bartowski is your average computer geek who works at your local Buy More store. Oh, and he's also your government's No.1 asset. That last bit happened quite by accident when he opened a hyper-condensed e-mail attachment containing a neural supercomputer called an Intersect. What he saw filled his noggin with gazillions of government secrets. Secrets that every bad guy/killer/thug/underground evil group in the world—especially the dastardly Ring organization—would like to get their hands on.

Sent to protect that information—and Chuck too, if necessary—are CIA undercover agent Sarah Walker and NSA rough and tumble John Casey. And from episode to episode this newly formed spying trio has to figure out how to access the brain-buried info while fending off the aforementioned bad guys/killers/thugs/underground evil groups. They also have to keep everything hidden from Chuck's friends and family.

So Chuck has to keep working at the Buy More.

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Chuck: January252010
Chuck: January102010

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Zachary Levi as Chuck Bartowski; Yvonne Strahovski as Sarah Walker; Adam Baldwin as John Casey; Sarah Lancaster as Ellie Woodcomb; Ryan McPartlin as Devon 'Captain Awesome' Woodcomb; Joshua Gomez as Morgan Grimes

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NBC

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Bob Hoose

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