One of the main goals of Chuckaholics is to give the viewer a great viewing experience when it comes to Chuck. The mission is simple. What do viewers of Chuck want?
Sometimes we have to question how do we enhance the viewer’s experience enough to make them want to return. We love to read reviews of episodes and articles about the characters of the show, but what about listening to music or learning about characters development during story arcs.
The first new feature was rather easy. The Board of Directors once suggested that I breakdown my Chuck music by seasons. Well i am going to take it one step further.
Do you like songs like this one,
Sometime next week a new page will be dedicated to the wonderful Chuck music we where able to hear during the series. Songs like Fresh feeling will be on display. i know the site has a music player but we are going to break the music down by episode. You can call it an episode guide of music.
Many people like to ask which episode did the song play. We here at Chuckaholics will make it easy for you. Its our way to entertain the viewer as well as answer the many questions Chuck fans have.
So, enjoy the music.
The next feature will be dedicated to all the Arcs of Chuck. Articles discussing the various arcs the show provided. Some were in season and some were multi season arcs.
The Arcs of Chuck
Most people know what an Arc is within a television production, but for those that don’t we will explain.
What is an Arc?
A arc’s purpose is to move a character from one state to another. It can make a character fall or change them from what we are use to seeing.
For example, Chuck vs the Marlin to Chuck vs The Break Up would be consider a multi season Arc.
The series often used the season finale as preview of what would happen in the next season.
We watched Sarah staring into the home of the Bartowskis. Some would call it a hero stance, but I like to call it her claim on Chuck and his family. In other words, These were the people she was going to learn to be normal. They were her family. As she said, Chuck and Burbank were always her home.
Chuck vs Ala Mater to Chuck vs the Crown Vic would be a in season arc. It includes Chuck vs The Truth, Hard Salami and Nemesis.
The Pilot also is apart of a arc. Some may argue with some discrepancies within the episodes, but Chuck vs The Nacho Sampler in season 3 and Chuck Vs The Baby in the final season go with the Pilot. Nacho Sampler and Baby are prequels to the pilot.
It is the very reason I disagree with Sarah falling in love during the Pilot. I base it on the whole Pilot arc.
Each article won’t talk about each episode rather showcase the characters state before and after the particular arcs. I have favorites and I have I don’t like.
Another way to showcase the wonderful story that is Chuck.
In closing, these two features will be added next week. Look for them on the side menu or the main menu at the top of the page.
In the discussion below let me know your thoughts on the two new features. I look forward to hearing your thoughts on the matter.