|Was that a real kiss or a cover kiss?||Photo courtesy of Don't Freak Out|
I wasn't quite sure who John Larroquette was, but when he appeared on screen as 'the original 007' of spies, Roan Montgomery, I knew this episode was going to be fabulous. So can Chuck really learn the art of seduction to find the intersect? We'll see.
- The 'forced' demo kiss in the kitchen was too much!!! I could feel the sparks jump out of my computer!!! "Of course I find her attractive, I just had a burrito this morning and wanted to be respectful!" Only Chuck could come up with an answer like that.
- Chuck: I doubt Chuck Bartowski's going to be charming anyone.
Sarah: Why not? It worked on me.
Can these folks get any sweeter? I mean seriously. Sarah is a total revelation in this episode. She just keeps outing herself when it comes to her feelings for Chuck -- even when she denies it -- like saying he was just an 'asset' but obviously not believable.
- When Roan asked Chuck if Sarah (and Casey) were worth dying for and he totally answered YES right away. Chuck has come a really long way from his super scared/stay-in-the-car days. He's jumping off balconies and Buy More roofs now!
- And at the end! Why oh why did Bryce Larkin have to show up?! I knew it couldn't be that good, but did it have to end so quickly?! It didn't even last an episode!!! Josh Schwartz, just cause you're married, doesn't meant we can't have a little more romance!!!
Gotta love this show. I am so excited for next week -- not only because of Bryce Larkin -- but because there's gotta be some Chuck-Sarah action going on, considering how far along they brought their little love story in this episode alone.
Chuck: I know I'm just an asset. But between the two of us, have you ever seen anyone do something like that before?DIES. Seriously.
Sarah: I think it's safe to say Chuck, that I've never seen anyone quite like you.