Chuck renewed, Monster Hunter Tri demolished.
May 17, 2010

Well, after more than 120 hours spent with the game, I've beaten Monster Hunter Tri and my guide has been submitted. It'll likely appear soon on a competitor's site and I'm very pleased about that, even as I start work on other guides. Hopefully, I'll produce a Monster Hunter Tri review soon for this site.

In other news (and I have to say that this has me really excited), NBC announced its Fall lineup and "Chuck" was renewed for a fourth season. Or at least part of one. I heard that NBC has ordered 13 episodes--just over a half a season--with an option at a "back nine" episodes for a standard 22-episode season. I hope the numbers continue to justify any risks that NBC has to take with the show, because the show itself is awesome and I savor each new episode. I'd like to see the show at least make it to syndication, a distinction it richly deserves. Do me, yourself and good television programming a favor and catch up on the show from beginning to current episodes, then join me in watching season 4 this Fall.

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- - - May 17, 2010 (09:33 PM)
Chuck is great, though the past few episodes have been rather poor in my opinion. I like the show less when the Chuck-Sarah relationship takes centre stage - it's not really my cup of tea.
honestgamer honestgamer - May 17, 2010 (09:53 PM)
I think a few episodes devoted more heavily to that are just fine. It was a long time coming and I'm sure that the newness of it will wear off. I find it refreshing compared to the necessary angst of earlier episodes and I'm glad that the whole "Will they ever get together" question has been answered. That frees the writers up to focus more on some of the stuff that made much of the first two seasons so excellent. Really excited to see what season four will hold in store for them!

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