You Can Kill Me. I will Never Hurt You.

You Can Kill Me. I will Never Hurt You.

Some viewers think season-3 Sarah distances herself from Chuck because he is becoming a spy and she can’t trust him. Should ruthless spy Chuck betray her and pull a gun on her, her feelings for him would prevent her from defending herself. So, she preemptively...
5.13 Chuck Versus the Goodbye

5.13 Chuck Versus the Goodbye

I wrote a post on what I think is the point of the final arc. In a show that explores obstacle after obstacle to Chuck and Sarah’s relationship, given their oh-so-different past and nature, the final arc explores the greatest obstacle of all, put in Quinn’s mouth at...
Why Season 5 Is Necessary

Why Season 5 Is Necessary

Season 5 seems to be the least popular season of Chuck. Many viewers dismiss it as boring or ignore it entirely. Many dislike the first three episodes—the Morgansect arc—and find the rest of the episodes uninspired, with the exception of 5.08 Baby, which, like other...
What Is the Point of the Final Arc?

What Is the Point of the Final Arc?

After watching the series finale, many viewers conclude that the final scene was too open-ended. If the kiss works, they say, Sarah’s amnesia is pointless. If the kiss doesn’t work, the writers ruined years of Sarah’s character growth and relationship building...
It’s Not About the Memories

It’s Not About the Memories

What’s the point of the final arc of the series? Isn’t Sarah’s growth, which represents half of the show, all for naught if she loses her memories and remembers nothing of the past five years? The memories do come back with the magical...

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