Peanuts saved Jericho. Can Subway's $5 Footlong save Chuck?
I certainly hope it can — or, at least that the sandwiches, the Twitter campaign, the blog pleas and open letters, and the general outpourings of Internet love will be enough to convince NBC that Chuck deserves another season. The show has grown so much in its second season — and so consistently delivered a blend of humor, suspense, and romance that no other current show quite has — that it would be a shame to see it go away now.
One thing's certain: The early buzz on tonight's finale is — to borrow a very Chuck word — awesome. We've seen Chuck's family in danger before, but not quite the way they'll be at Devon and Ellie's wedding. It's been touted as a game-changer, and since last week's episode was pretty game-changing itself, I'm eager to see what that means. And I'll be finding out with a sweet onion chicken teriyaki sandwich in hand. To check out a promo for tonight's episode — plus, if you dare, seven minutes of scenes from the finale — just
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