Topic: Goodbye, Chuck.

I love how they did these last two episodes. . Little bits of season one everywhere. Awesome.

I knew they had to get one last Jeffster performance in there. It was, for the lack of a better word, EPIC.

I'm not going to lie, after season 2 it got a bit weird. The last episodes made me feel a way I haven't felt about the show in a long time.

See you next re-watch, Chuck.  smile

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I didn't watch all of it...I haven't seen this season...I did catch maybe 2mins in between Fringe commercials...did they really have her lose her memory as a plot point >.<. I really dislike that plot device and it might prevent me from even watch this season

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So I guess that the ending left some room for interpretation.. I think that what happened was:
Sarah never recovered her memories, and Chuck didn't succeed in making her fall for him again. Instead, Sarah left to travel the world, and finally ended up in a small city in Sweden, where she met this dashing young IT-technician, whom she married and had lots of babies with smile

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Rwings wrote:

I didn't watch all of it...I haven't seen this season...I did catch maybe 2mins in between Fringe commercials...did they really have her lose her memory as a plot point >.<. I really dislike that plot device and it might prevent me from even watch this season

IMO, the last two episodes make up for the mediocrity of the last two seasons.

Mxyzptlk wrote:

. . .where she met this dashing young IT-technician, whom she married and had lots of babies with smile

lol

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miGs wrote:

IMO, the last two episodes make up for the mediocrity of the last two seasons.

true.... liked the ending i totaly forgot how aweful the last season was for 1 1/2 hours

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This last two seasons, but especially this last one have been a bit of a let down, mostly due to the expected lack of comedy coming from Chuck as he has "grown up". Anyway, the series finale was very good and helped capture/remember the reasons we (well, I at least) liked the show to begin with. This was never intended to be a Burn Notice kind of deal anyway. Well, fun to see the flashbacks, I actually thought the mission with the dancing and the Wienershop and all was a plot by the General to get Sarah's brain to jumpstart. I would still like that solution better, though less romantic. To bad wasn't it. In anyway, was fun to watch and a bit heartwarming. IF TV executives are smart, they just left enough opening for a couple of TV movies to be made. As a series/serial, it's pretty much over, there are no more great arcs without spoiling the thing, but as a set of ready made characters and recognizable universe, it is perfect. I do hope they realise this and exploit the idea the way Stargate and Babylon5 did. I would very much like to see the team coming together for a couple of one offs in the near future.

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IMO finale episodes were equally filled with sad and funny moments (Jeffster!!!) and they summed up the series very nicely. I liked how the series ended (not your typical 'and they lived happily ever after') and I'm certainly going to miss the show, even though it was crappy for more than a season.

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I gave up on Chuck a couple of seasons ago, but I may give it a second chance if the ending is ok, but not any time soon wink

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9 (edited by gonace 2012-07-06 20:39:36)

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I never saw Chuck when it aired, got my eyes on the series one late night and I might say that event though the to last seasons where not as god as the first, Chuck was and will be one of the best series in my mind.

I'm quite sad about the ending tough, I'm glad that the ending was not some kind of bullshit fairy tale, but this opens the ending for so much more...and that "more" is reality, most endings is sad or hurtful.

So what meet Chuck and Sarah? Hard to say, you wish for the best but deep inside you know that  reality is less then what you wish it to be...