New Chuck Spoilers! Preview: 2.12: “Chuck Versus the Third Dimension”

Jordana Brewster’s returning as Chuck’s ex Jill in the season finale! (Michael Ausiello)

Executive producer Josh Schwartz is hesitant to use the words “game changing” to describe this season’s final batch of episodes — even though it’s wholly appropriate. “Everyone uses that term,” he harrumphs. “Let’s call it show changing. Or Chuck changing…Let’s just say someone is going to start figuring out the truth in Chuck’s world.” Schwartz adds that he’s cramming “three seasons worth of stories into the next 10 episodes,” in part because there’s no guarantee the show will see a third season. “We’re leaving nothing on the table,” he says. “We’re taking nothing for granted. We’re going for it.” (Michael Ausiello)

Ellie and Awesome wedding is still in the works and planned for sometime during May sweeps. [Watch With Kristin]

Zach Levi talking about Chuck and Sarah. “Chuck and Sarah are one step forward, two steps back. We still love each other. I want to be with her, and she secretly wants to be with me—I think—but it just makes for a not very protected Chuck because emotions get in the way. So it’s on the back burner.” [Watch With Kristin]

Five Clips of ‘Chuck’ 2.12: Chuck Versus the Third Dimension

A sneak peek to the guest starring role of Dominic Monaghan as the rock star with attitude in ‘Chuck’.

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Five clips for the next episode of “” is compiled to a single player. In “Chuck Versus the Third Dimension”, Chuck is on duty to protect an international rock star Tyler Martin (guest star ) from a kidnapping and death trap. An artist with an attitude, Tyler refuses to stay put and convinces Chuck to go out with him to the town that only leads to a night of trouble. Meanwhile, Morgan wins a pair of backstage passes to Tyler’s show and holds a contest among his fellow employees, including Big Mike’s old football friend Jimmy, to see who gets to be his lucky plus one. Speaking of his character as a rocker, Monaghan who also plays similar role named Charlie in ““, said “He is an English rock star, so obviously there are similarities [to Charlie]. But this is a comedic role. Charlie was not incredibly comedic on purpose. I think Charlie had funny moments, but Charlie was quite tortured and into meth. The guy that I play on Chuck is just an out-and-out lunatic. If you were to look up ‘definitive rock star’ in the dictionary, there would be a picture of him.” “Chuck Versus the Third Dimension” will air February 2.  —

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