All Posts by: Anna Altheide
Check out these great episode stills from “Chuck Versus the Wedding Planner,” set to air Monday night on NBC. As we mentioned in our review of last week’s Chuck, Gary Cole is back as Sarah’s sleuth of a father. God knows what we’re in for, but let’s hope it delivers like last week’s episode.
According to NBC, here’s what we can expect (if you’re spoiler-phobic, close your eyes!):
IN ORDER TO CATCH A THIEF, CHUCK AND SARAH MUST ENLIST SARAH’S FATHER AND CON THE CIA — GARY COLE AND MEKENNA MELVIN GUEST STAR — When Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) get conned out of their wedding money, there is only one man they can turn to for help — Sarah’s conman father, Jack Burton (guest star Gary Cole).
There is a whole lot of excitement buzzing from this side of deadAWESOME. Doctor Who, ”The Impossible Astronaut,” is set to air a week from today (mark your calendars: that’s Saturday, April 23rd) on BBC America. And in case I wasn’t antsy enough, the first episode has already gotten great buzz from a New York pre-screening. So in lieu of posting unflattering photos of myself in my female 11th Doctor costume (I wish I was kidding), I thought I’d use this space to bring up a very important and pressing matter:
Across Great Britain, Matt Smith is inflicting the hearts and minds of young, innocent children.… Read More
Ask my parents, ask my close friends – hell, ask Lauren. They’ll all tell you: I have an unhealthy appreciation for Tangled. And who could blame me? It features original songs by Alan Menken, its two leads are voiced perfectly by Mandy Moore and Chuck’s Zachary Levi, it’s even produced by God of Pixar, himself, John Lasseter. And just in case those three elements weren‘t enough, it’s Walt Disney’s 50th animated film to date.
Yeah, the Mouse got it right this time.
But chances are if you’re reading this, you’ve already seen the movie. So in lieu of regurgitating everything you already know about it, let’s just talk about the two-disc Blu-ray package, eh?… Read More
Chuck returned to our screens Monday night with a bang. And thank the stars, because save for Chuck‘s last episode (“Chuck Versus the Muuurder”), this back-nine has been a bit, what’s the word, tepid. It’s nice to see Chuck get back to what it’s good at: Families and baddies and baddies with families. (And… feelings. Big feelings.)
The big point in this episode was Timothy Dalton‘s charismatic return as the newly reformed Alexei Volkoff. Though if Chuck has taught me anything, it’s trust no one, so who knows what’s really going on in that head of his.… Read More