Remember when Chuck was fun? Me too. Last Monday. Wow it feels good to say that. Chuck was fun. OK, one more time, Chuck was fun last Monday. You know what else? Sarah smiled. Chuck smiled a lot too. Shaw, not so much, but even he seemed to work for a change. I only wish they had the chance to put a few more rounds into him, light him on fire, drive a stake through his heart and load him down with several tons of kryptonite before dumping him in the Seine. That would have been even more fun. Sorry Brandon, nothing personal and you seem like a good sport, but Shaw gone is the price that must be paid to get this whole angsty arc over and done with so we can get back to having fun. After the jump.
Was it necessary? Worth it? I don’t care, it’s over and to me that’s all that matters right now. That and the interminable wait for the next episode. Which looks like it’ll be fun.
I appreciated the tank
Momentary angst aside the tone of this episode was back to what we loved. I can’t stop watching it. Sarah and Chuck talk, yes, they actually talk, and nobody interrupts them. I could rant for quite some time about how forced and overused that bit was, but frankly, Chuck and Sarah in Castle acknowledging that they seem doomed was enough for me. Put that one to bed.
One more mission
Shaw worked. Yep, Shaw worked. For whatever reason he never seemed a suitable suitor or wasn’t convincing, or with everything else going right in this episode, Shaw worked. Plus it was an extra special bonus that Chuck got to fill him full of lead.
Much as I’d love to ramble on for a while, I just don’t have the energy. My only feeling is sweet relief, so for now lets start with a poll. Yep, the scorecard dodge. You know how it works, pick your top three. Many more polls to come these next weeks. But hey, it’s all about the comments.