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I Love Chuck

NBC's.. CHUCK by =DannyPhantomFreek This is the mantra that goes through my head for 45 minutes straight each Tuesday evening (we TiVo it so I watch it a day late and have no commercials). If you’re not watching it, watch the old episodes and watch it religiously. It is easily my favorite show right now (and I do love Doctor Who (and long term it will always be my favorite), Heroes and Psych a LOT)

I repeat it to Erin multiple times, though tonight I’m giving it a break and repeating it to the rest of the world.

Chuck - Avatar by ~SethCohen88 If you don’t know what it is, Chuck is a TV show on NBC essentially about a Geek Squad guy (the computer tech support from Best Buy) who gets all of the CIA’s database in his head. Hilarious show with some decent plot and great character development (for the main characters anyway). Set your TiVo or DVR now!

I Love Chuck

I Love Chuck

I Love Chuck

I Love Chuck

I Love Chuck

I Love Chuck

I Love Chuck

I Love Chuck

I Love Chuck

I Love Chuck

Peace,
+Tom

Comments

Cindy said…
We just finished season 1 of Chuck. I love the Nerd Herd! Haha. We have them all recorded, and we go through them 2 or 3 at a time.

It's a good show, but it's at the 8pm time slot, when we normally put Alex to bed. So, that's why we started recording it and said we would watch it later. Well, later turned into a year later, but we are getting through them.

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