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Comic-Con 2008 Wrap-Up: NBC's "Chuck" Panel

Missed last weekend's Chuck panel at Comic-Con, either because you were smart enough to stay far away from San Diego this year (unlike yours truly) or because you couldn't bear to wait in line?

Fret not, true believers, as the Peacock was there to capture the event and you can watch the entire panel, which gives an inside look at Season Two and well as what to expect for everyone's favorite Buy More employee/reluctant spy and his fearless friends below:



And, yes, I've still got to transcribe the interviews I got with Chuck's Zachary Levi, Yvonne Strahovski, and Adam Baldwin, once I get my act together...

Season Two of Chuck premieres Monday, September 29th at 8 pm on NBC. Watch the promo for Chuck's sophomore season below:



What's On Tonight

8 pm: The Big Bang Theory/How I Met Your Mother (CBS); American Gladiators (NBC; 8-10 pm); Gossip Girl (CW); High School Musical: Get in the Picture (ABC); Teen Choice 2008 (FOX; 8-10 pm)

9 pm: Two and a Half Men/New Adventures of Old Christine (CBS); One Tree Hill (CW); Wanna Bet (ABC)

10 pm: CSI Miami (CBS); Nashville Star (NBC); The Mole (ABC)

What I'll Be Watching

8 pm: Gossip Girl.

Looking to relive the freshman season of the teen soap? On tonight's repeat episode ("Desperately Seeking Serena"): Serena's former partner in crime Georgina Sparks (Michelle Trachtenberg) returns to Manhattan, Nate falls for social outcast Vanessa (no!), and Jenny meets a guy who could ensure her permanent popularity.

10 pm: Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations on Travel Channel.

This week on No Reservations, Tony heads the Southwest of the United States, where he takes a road trip through Arizona, Texas and New Mexico.

10 pm: Weeds on Showtime.

On this week's episode of Weeds ("I Am the Table"), Nancy and Esteban's date ends in near-violence; Silas tells Lisa that he grows pot and she makes him a proposition; Andy and Doug successfully smuggle their first customer across the border and Celia succumbs to addiction. Yes, all in one episode.

10: 30 pm:
Secret Diary of a Call Girl on Showtime.

On tonight's season finale, Belle finds herself on the receiving end of a once-in-a-lifetime offer to join the hallowed ranks of the courtesans but finds that getting everything you've ever wanted (or think you've ever wanted) isn't all that it's cracked up to be.

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Anonymous said…
Pls transcibe the interviews as soon as you can :)

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