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April 27 2009

The many faces of Adam Baldwin on Chuck, or at least the top 10 disguises. Number one is my favorite, but they are all great. Which one is your favorite?

I'm a fan of #2, myself. I rewatched that episode today, while I ate dinner and had forgotten about the reveal of Casey as the DJ. Made me laugh out loud.
It is a toss up between the Maitrede (#!) and the Nerd (#4), it is fun to see Adam Baldwin really doing things he would normally never get to do! I sure hope this show is renewed!
I concur with #1. I was gonna be peeved if that wasn't it! :)
#1 and #2 really were the most hysterical to me, I think.
Number 3. The Bellhop. Because I like my Adam Baldwin in a funny hat.
LOL. I forgot that the Buy More guy was a disguise.
I don't watch this show, and now I feel like I'm missing out. It seems like a lot of fun. Because of the description, I wasn't sure if it was established in John Casey's history that he actually was a Chuck Norris look-alike. Like, as his job. I was a bit disappointed to watch the clip and not have that be the case.
I vote for the bellhop. I love the bellhop. His hat is cute.
Oh, Jonathon the Maitre de gets my vote. Love the soul patch. And the glasses.
They need to go do an episode at a convention, and have Adam cosplay as Jayne.

Boom, instant ratings.
That is an amazing idea!
For me, if Adam is going to dress up in cosplay outfits, I want to see him as Simon, with the glasses and all. Or even Wash. I don't know, but, as awesome as a Jayne would be, seeing him spoof his friends would be even more fun.
Love the Bartender. The nerd has a special place in my heart.

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