I've never seen Chuck, I couldn't say. Probably shouldn't have commented here, then.
And Jim Lee's Divine Right?
Well it hasn't aired yet but the commercials show him getting blasted by his computer and having a whole lot of info downloaded directly to his brain and he gets a protector that's a blonde female. In Divine Right the kid gets blasted by his computer and he downloads a whole lot of info directly to his brain(creation equation) and he has a blonde female( a dead female) agent to protect him.
Jim Lee should think about suing.
Well if Chuck ends up being all-powerful and on the verge of destroying the entire universe, then he may have a case.
Money can't buy you happiness, but it will pay for the search.
I think this show will be canceled before anyone even cares to sue anyone.
Who here sees a similarity in the TV show "Three's Company" and "Horton Hears a Who?" Nobody? Really? ...
I need to call my therapist.
It's not your fault, it's mine, because I forgot you are stupid.
Heres a partial description of the pilot.
Sounds like issue one of Divine Right to me. Looks like someone watered down Jim Lees story.Plot: A computer nerd accidentally has thousands of government secrets downloaded into his head when he opens a mysterious email from his former college roommate. Chuck is a timid, yet lovable character who works for the "Nerd Herd" (parody of the "Geek Squad" from Best Buy). He lives with his sister, who is trying to get him to go out more often. Chuck doesn't realize he has government secrets locked in his memory, but he suspects he is being pursued. He soon discovers what he knows when he is contacted by the CIA and NSA. They must now keep him safe while they find out what he really knows.