105 – Chris Fedak Answers!

On the last podcast, you saw the man behind the music, and got to witness the full depth of his mesmerizing “Question and Answer” music cue. This week, be mesmerized by the man behind the show, in an 84 minute question and answer session!

We had over 700 questions submitted… obviously we couldn’t ask them all, but we bubbled them down to the most common themes, and asked what was most on your hearts. Chris goes into great detail on all the hows, whys, and wherefores.

Our next episode, we interview fan favorite critic, AOL TV’s Mo Ryan, in what will be our final podcast. Watch for it on Friday, March 16th. And have Kleenex at hand… we sure will!

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9 thoughts on “105 – Chris Fedak Answers!”

  1. Nicely done. Really just confirms my overall sentiment about the final scene before it faded to black. I still would love to see a movie or a series of movies or even short 6 episode seasons on netflix – but I am satisfied with the ending. Chris Fedak is a cool guy and deserves kudos for indulging us fans.

    I will still continue to keep the hope of a Chuck movie alive via encouraging people to buy Chuck DVDs early and often.

    @robertNorth14

  2. They gave us so LITTLE to help us imagine any future for these two. There was VERY little about her “memories floating around in there.” Yeah, I know there are a lot of people who are satisfied with this, but it was so painful. Just mean, mean, mean to so MANY of the fans.

  3. They were willing to end this show on a happy note several other times. Why not here? Instead of DESTROYING a major character and leaving her there. It DID wipe out five years of character development. They did not give us much at all in the way of memories beginning to come back, or even any kind of comfort level between Chuck and Sarah. I can’t believe how selfish he sounds. It sounds like it was all about him and his fellow writers. It just wasn’t appropriate for a final episode. It was mean.

  4. Gray, I wish to thank you, Mel and Liz for 5 awesome years of delivering an amazing podcast that has been an absolute delight. It is sad to realize that this is your penultimate podcast, but it is also great to reflect back on the previous years and to realize what a privilege it has been to enjoy what has undoubtedly been a labour of love for you and your and your cohorts. Thank you so much for all the years of joy and shared passion. I wish you all continued success in your future endeavors!

  5. Hi you guys,
    Thanks for the great podcast! Gray asked my question, and I thank you! It was great to listen to Chris talk about Chuck, and I felt like I learned interesting stuff about how things work in the writing of the show.
    So much thanks,
    Judy P

  6. I agree with this:

    “They were willing to end this show on a happy note several other times. Why not here? Instead of DESTROYING a major character and leaving her there. It DID wipe out five years of character development. They did not give us much at all in the way of memories beginning to come back, or even any kind of comfort level between Chuck and Sarah. I can’t believe how selfish he sounds. It sounds like it was all about him and his fellow writers. It just wasn’t appropriate for a final episode. It was mean.”
    -posted by Jack on March 5th 2012 at 5:32pm

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