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|Beschreibung:||By BOB ANDELMAN (email)
Jeff and Lester have their band. Ellie has a heart. Casey has a daughter. The General has, well, okay, I?m still trying to figure that one out. Big Mike loves Subway sandwiches. Morgan is a different kind of genius.
--------------And Captain Awesome ? okay, just plain ol? ?Awesome? these days ? is both a big softie and a go-to spy.
That?s a giant leap for Ryan McPartlin?s character on the show.
For a long time, he was the guy who walked in and out of scenes, often shirtless, looking, well Awesome. He got credit for doing things no mere mortal?certain not Chuck ? could do and always wound up smooching or in the clinch with his fiancée, now wife on the show, Ellie, played by the luscious Sarah Lancaster. Not a bad deal, but not exactly a meaty role.
Last season, however, McPartlin?s patience on the sidelines paid off. He, like Chuck, became a bit of an accidental spy himself and was entrusted with the secret of Chuck?s giant brain and new physical prowess. It was one of many fun twists on a show that excels in taking viewers places we never expected and always enjoy exploring.
This season, he and Ellie have a bun in the oven. You just know it?s gonna be awesome.
RYAN McPARTLIN audio excerpt: "We're hoping to hear this week or next if we're going to get more episodes this season. Ratings don't seem to matter; we keep coming back no matter what. That's largely due to the fans. There are so many outlets you can watch 'Chuck' on. We're such a big hit on iTunes, on Hulu, and on NBC.com."
Bob Andelman is the author or co-author of 10 books, including 'The Profiler' with Pat Brown, 'Built From Scratch' with the founders of The Home Depot, and 'Will Eisner: A Spirited Life.' ? Follow Bob on Twitter or Facebook.
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