History TearJerker / Chuck

12th Apr '15 9:25:54 AM KeyaS
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* Bryce's death was pretty painful, especially because of Chuck and Sarah's reactions. Sarah's veneer of professionalism completely shattered and she ''screamed'' at the Ring agents to not touch him. It brought home the fact that even though their romantic relationship was over, Sarah still loved him as a friend and a partner.
1st Feb '15 8:49:51 PM KeyaS
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* In the episode "Chuck Versus the Alma Mater", after Chuck finds out that [[spoiler: Bryce Larkin was protecting Chuck all along and that he never actually betrayed him]], we get a flashback at the end, which shows Chuck and Bryce meeting for the first time, this was pretty heartbreaking, [[spoiler: considering that Chuck thought Bryce was dead at that point.]]

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* In the episode "Chuck Versus the Alma Mater", after Chuck finds out that [[spoiler: Bryce Larkin was protecting Chuck all along and that he never actually betrayed him]], we get a flashback at the end, which shows Chuck and Bryce meeting for the first time, this was pretty heartbreaking, [[spoiler: considering that Chuck thought Bryce was dead at that point.]] Doubly so when you remember that this flashback was before Bryce joined the CIA and back when their relationship was completely honest and genuine.
28th May '14 3:42:27 PM BlackTemplar
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-->[[spoiler:'''Sarah:''' [[CatchPhrase Don't freak out.]] We're ready for it. ''(Her eyes close)'']]

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-->[[spoiler:'''Sarah:''' [[CatchPhrase [[BorrowedCatchPhrase Don't freak out.]] We're ready for it. ''(Her eyes close)'']]
26th Dec '13 5:23:39 AM prio
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** That whole episode was a tearjerker for this troper. Spending all that time eating cheetoes and then when he finally gets off the couch [[spoiler: Sarah shoots him down cruelly. So cruel that even John Casey calls her out on it.]]



** To further elaborate, [[spoiler: The last half has Chuck taking Evil!Sarah to their dream house, and desperately trying to restore her memories, as he tearfully tells Sarah about the great times they've had together over the past five years.]]
* "Chuck Versus The Goodbye'' The whole thing and especially the final scene. However, this Troper chooses to believe the WordOfGod that [[spoiler: after the final fadeout Sarah did remember everything eventually and fell in love with Chuck all over again.]]
** This Troper really wants to believe WordofGod because ''{{Chuck}}'' is an unbearably tragic series if they're not right, but isn't sure they really thought this through. Even if [[spoiler:Sarah eventually gets everything back, she may not necessarily be the same person she was before. For this version of Sarah: Bryce and Graham's deaths are still fresh for her, she's pulled a gun on her sister-in-law, she's savagely beaten her husband and come within a hairsbreadth of killing him/Morgan/Casey, ''and'' several of the people in her support network -- Ellie, Awesome, Mama Bartowski, and Casey -- have now moved away. Even if she gets all of her memories back, and the series hints that she's moving in that direction, that's still a pretty horrible set of experiences for any person to endure, and it's likely to change her in ways that are difficult to predict.]]

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** To further elaborate, [[spoiler: The last half has Chuck taking Evil!Sarah to their dream house, and desperately trying to restore her memories, as he tearfully tells Sarah about the great times they've had together over the past five years.]]
* "Chuck Versus The Goodbye'' The whole thing and especially the final scene. However, this Troper chooses to believe the WordOfGod that [[spoiler: after the final fadeout Sarah did remember everything eventually and fell in love with Chuck all over again.]]
** This Troper really wants to believe WordofGod because ''{{Chuck}}'' is an unbearably tragic series if they're not right, but isn't sure they really thought this through. Even if [[spoiler:Sarah eventually gets everything back, she may not necessarily be the same person she was before. For this version of Sarah: Bryce and Graham's deaths are still fresh for her, she's pulled a gun on her sister-in-law, she's savagely beaten her husband and come within a hairsbreadth of killing him/Morgan/Casey, ''and'' several of the people in her support network -- Ellie, Awesome, Mama Bartowski, and Casey -- have now moved away. Even if she gets all of her memories back, and the series hints that she's moving in that direction, that's still a pretty horrible set of experiences for any person to endure, and it's likely to change her in ways that are difficult to predict.
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28th Nov '13 7:05:57 AM hujwernoo
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** Chuck asking Sarah to tell everybody ''something'' to explain why he's gone, instead of just disappearing into thin air.
--> '''Chuck:''' Tell them....I don't know, I....Look, if I'm supposed to be dead just say something that will make it okay, that will make them feel alright. Just make sure they know how much I love them.
6th Oct '13 8:42:30 AM hadle.II
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26th Dec '12 12:40:21 AM KFMarion
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** That whole episode was a tearjerker for this troper. Spending all that time eating cheetoes and then when he finally gets off the couch [[Sppoiler: Sarah shoots him down cruelly. So cruel that even John Casey calls her out on it.]]

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** That whole episode was a tearjerker for this troper. Spending all that time eating cheetoes and then when he finally gets off the couch [[Sppoiler: [[spoiler: Sarah shoots him down cruelly. So cruel that even John Casey calls her out on it.]]
26th Dec '12 12:39:52 AM KFMarion
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**That whole episode was a tearjerker for this troper. Spending all that time eating cheetoes and then when he finally gets off the couch [[Sppoiler: Sarah shoots him down cruelly. So cruel that even John Casey calls her out on it.]]
28th Nov '12 8:07:17 PM Kernigh
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*** {{It Gets Worse}} [[spoiler: Sarah is taken to a warehouse where Quinn completely wipes away her mind, making her forget everything, including Chuck. Keep in mind, that it's as terrible as it sounds, with Sarah suffering physical and mental torture as this is happening. Sadly, Chuck and Casey track her to the warehouse, but arrive too late.]]

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*** {{It Gets Worse}} It goes FromBadToWorse. [[spoiler: Sarah is taken to a warehouse where Quinn completely wipes away her mind, making her forget everything, including Chuck. Keep in mind, that it's as terrible as it sounds, with Sarah suffering physical and mental torture as this is happening. Sadly, Chuck and Casey track her to the warehouse, but arrive too late.]]
28th Nov '12 5:33:13 PM nombretomado
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* "Chuck Versus the Tic Tac" is just one punch in the gut after another, all of them involving Casey and all of them hurting about as much as an actual punch in the gut from Casey would. Not enough to find out that [[spoiler: "John Casey" is really "Alexander Coburn," a soldier who faked his death and took on a new identity in order to serve his country]]? Try seeing [[spoiler: ''yet another'' of his mentors going rogue and forcing him into committing treason to save the life of his former fiancée, who still thinks he's dead]]. And then meeting [[spoiler: the daughter he didn't know he had]]. And just because this episode hasn't been cruel enough to Casey ''already'', it ends with him [[spoiler: being dismissed from service]]. If you never thought AdamBaldwin could break your heart, think again.

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* "Chuck Versus the Tic Tac" is just one punch in the gut after another, all of them involving Casey and all of them hurting about as much as an actual punch in the gut from Casey would. Not enough to find out that [[spoiler: "John Casey" is really "Alexander Coburn," a soldier who faked his death and took on a new identity in order to serve his country]]? Try seeing [[spoiler: ''yet another'' of his mentors going rogue and forcing him into committing treason to save the life of his former fiancée, who still thinks he's dead]]. And then meeting [[spoiler: the daughter he didn't know he had]]. And just because this episode hasn't been cruel enough to Casey ''already'', it ends with him [[spoiler: being dismissed from service]]. If you never thought AdamBaldwin Creator/AdamBaldwin could break your heart, think again.
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