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Nerd Herd: Watch the Entire "Chuck" Comic-Con 2009 Panel!

Didn't make it down to San Diego for Comic-Con this year? Or were stuck waiting in line for the final Lost panel and didn't get to see this year's Chuck panel, moderated by Alan Sepinwall? You're in luck, my friends.

Thanks to the folks at NBC and Hulu, the entire Chuck panel can be viewed in full below. (Yes, the entire panel.)

Chuck Josh Schwartz, Chris Fedak, Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski, Joshua Gomez, Adam Baldwin, Sarah Lancaster, Ryan McPartlin, Vik Sahay and Scott Krinsky as "epic" rockers Jeffster (performing "Fat Bottomed Girls, no less"!), and Mark Christopher Lawrence can all be seen celebrating the nearly-killed NBC series in their Comic-Con panel on Saturday morning.

Plus, if you listen carefully, Televisionary itself gets a shout-out from none other than Chuck creator Josh Schwartz for having a hand in saving the series from cancellation. Aw, I'm blushing!



Chuck returns to NBC at midseason.

Comments

piemaker77 said…
Yay Televisionary! Thank you for posting the video for the Chuck panel and especially thank you for your help is saving this fantastic show!!!
gretchen e. said…
I was lucky enough to watch the panel (in person) and, as a long time reader of yours, I felt cool knowing who they were talking about (did a little cheer for you in my seat). I'm sad I didn't think to e-mail you to see if we could meet --it'd be like meeting a blog-celeb, I think. ;)

Congrats on the shout out. Fat Bottom Girls was hilarious.

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