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Nerd Herd: Online Sneak Peak at Season Two Premiere of NBC's "Chuck"

Just a reminder not to forget to check out my advance review of the first three episodes of Season Two of NBC's Chuck... and that the sophomore season of the action comedy premieres in one week on September 29th at 8 pm.

But if you're not willing to wait that long (and, honestly, we've waited about nine months since the end of Season One), you can catch a sneak peek of Chuck's second season opener ("Chuck Versus the First Date") on Hulu.com.

Or after the jump for those of you too lazy to type in the URL.



So... what do you think? Are you sucked back into Chuck's world of spies and computer equipment? Did you miss Sarah and Casey? Are you thrilled that they, er, fixed Morgan's hair?

And, yes, that is Flight of the Conchords' addictively snappy tune "Foux du Fafa" playing in the scene at Orange Orange.

Season Two of Chuck premieres September 29th at 8 pm on NBC.

Comments

Anonymous said…
Cool! Thanks, Jace! I am so looking forward to having Chuck back!
Anonymous said…
Awesome! I'm only a few mins into it and I all ready can't wait to watch it again next week. Thank g-d that Chuck is back on the air again!
eAi said…
Sadly can't view that as I'm not in the US. Still looking forward to it though!
The CineManiac said…
LOVED IT!!! Also it's now available for free on iTunes as well.
I'll be watching it again next Monday on TV and can't wait for the rest of the season.

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