Congrats to stunt coordinator Merritt Yohnka for his 2nd Emmy win, and to Zachary Levi and the Chuck cast & crew for two Ewwy wins!
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Comments on “Episode 028 – Emmys & Ewwys”
I miss me! Great podcast – short and sweet and full of great info.
We missed you, Liz! The dynamic is “off” when you’re not there. 🙁
Grey and Liz, Many thanks for the shout-out. Appreciate it!
I have a question. Grey, you said that 3.04 is entitled “vs. The Angel of Death”. I thought I saw a spoiler site that gave 3.03 that title, and 3.04 the title, “vs. Operation Awesome”, with nearly the description that you gave.
You guys are probably right, but anyone there set me straight on this?
Oops. Sorry, Gray. Misspelled your name! Apologies.
In your blog you refer to Chuck as a family show—With comments like Jeff made about wanting to see Lester as he comes out of the vaginal canal and suggestive scenes with bra and panties or skimpy nighties crawling on top of Chuck–I am sorry but some scenes are probably not for the younger set–the things that I consider R rated do not really add that much and could easily be omitted. I am a red blooded American male and the scenes are fine for me but not the kids in the family.
I do agree that the show is not for the younger set — when I say “family show” I generally mean that it is “PG” — subject to parental guidance, but it is a show you can sit and watch with your father and your teenage son — it crosses age boundaries. How young will depend greatly on the individual child, and what the parents have allowed the child to watch in the past. For instance, my daughter is 6 1/2, and I would not let her watch Chuck. I would also not let her watch Steven Spielberg’s “The Goonies,” which is considered a family show and is clearly aimed at younger kids, but has a surprising amount of swearing and rude references.
If a child has an older sibling, that often means they are introduced earlier to many things, and have a higher tolerance level. Harry Potter is an example of a movie that some 8 year olds will have no problem with, while some are scared out of their wits.
That said, the scenes that are in Chuck (while I agree that many of them, like Jeff’s more vulgar references, could easily be omitted), are lot more tame than many other shows and movies that kids are watching.
Yes Liz you were missed!
Joe, you have the episode titles correct.
Great blog, it’s all so pretty. I need some time to think about this
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