Cobb Salad vs The Burger

I hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving, survived Black Friday and is gearing up for Christmas. This Thanksgiving I had the pleasure of traveling to New York for the first time to spend it with family over the Holiday – and although I would only be there for a few days we were determined to cram as much into those couple days as we could. Statue of Liberty, Times Square, Central Park, The Met, 30 Rock, and my wife wanted to catch a Broadway show and I happened to know one I wanted to see. Let me say that I’m not a Broadway fan by any means – I find them over done and corny most of the time. So this could have been a disaster no matter how well it was done. I’m not a judge on American Idol so I couldn’t tell good from great singing to be honest.

We had braved the wind and the rain all day wednesday visiting the Met, Times Square and 30 Rock. We made our way on foot over to Times Square before the performance at 7pm. The show was at the Longacre Theater which from what we read was cursed – or at least thought to be. Its a small theater just off Times Square and we all crammed into the front waiting room trying to get out of the cold. Doors opened about 30 minutes before the show giving us time to climb to the balcony. We were glad Zachary was going to be there for the show versus a fill in – I thought he might be traveling for turkey day.

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IMG_3964Seven o’clock came around, the curtains rose and the show started. It starts right off with some singing and I thought it was going to be a long night or set changes, costume changes and so on. The show starts out in a bar/restaurant in New York with 2 couples the waiter/bartender and Zach. He waits at the bar for Krysta to arrive and once there they go back and forth breaking into songs about dating, first dates, bad boys, religion, parents, ex girlfriends and Krysta’s BFF rescue calls. The song break into the acting when something they are thinking is acted out and its done in a way that doesn’t seem corny or over the top. It works to make the whole show upbeat and moving at a fast pace. None of the songs are long drawn out numbers just enough to keep a smile on your face and induce a few laughs.

The show as a whole is well done and they do a lot with a small set an you really feel like your there watching a first date between the two of them. Zach gets a pickle stuck in his mouth during one of the numbers which was funny on its own. The show zips by and they go from “friends” to a kiss in front of her imaginary doorway. We laughed a lot and enjoyed the show fully as our first Broadway show. I can honestly say you will not be disappointed if you get the chance to see it before it closes its doors in early January.

Well done Zach and cast and crew looking forward to whats next!

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Chuck vs. Nerd HQ 2013

Looks like there should be more seats available for Nerd HQ this year as they are moving the venue to PetCo Park in San Diego. Which is great news for those who got shut out last year getting tickets. I wonder how they are going to set up a stage etc making it possible for fans to be able to get close enough to be part of the action but large enough to get the fans in? Read about it here —>

Could be something like this?

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They have part of the LOGO for this years logo and can I put in a suggestion to skip Ballpark Wiener and use Metroscript?

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Happy Friday! Fans Keep Going Strong

Got a couple more envelopes to mail out and I think they are getting better and better – and they prove to everyone that the fans are still out there ready to go out and support the entire cast from Chuck – and ready to support that movie once called on!

Also we acquired a second domain www.chuckvsthemovie.com so both roll over to here but might go the other direction one day as thats the domain I wanted in the first place – also got a offer to get www.nerdherdhelp.com – for $3999 I believe it was one of the NBC sites for the nerd herd when the show was on the air – thanks but I think Ill pass on the 4000 dollar offer

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And don’t forget to watch Remember Sunday this weekend – it’s like a Chuck viewing party with out the Nerd Herd!

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Also Vik Sahays film opened this weekend in Canada so I hope everyone in Canada will go spend some hard earned dollars to support him – you can buy tickets here

Also I bought a ticket for the 8pm showing tonight but since I live in Los Angeles I wont be going so if someone wants my ticket email me at thechuckmovie2013@gmail.com and I’ll forward you the pdf ticket – you will have to do a post for me with a review of the film 🙂

here is the theater I have a ticket to

CPX Montreal Forum
2313 St. Catherine St. West Suite 101

Montréal, QC

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