Comment Policy

It is our purpose to provide a place where Chuck fans can discuss the show in a friendly, intelligent manner. To that end, we’ve established a set of guidelines for posting comments on By leaving a comment on our site, you are agreeing to our comment policy as stated below.

Our Comment Policy

Off-topic and spamming: Repeatedly posting comments that are off topic of the original post or spamming the site with the same comment or under various names will result in you being put on moderation in future. Please help promote healthy, intelligent discussion on the site.

Cast/Creative team’s personal lives: The personal lives of the cast and creative team of Chuck are off limits. Gossip, speculation, etc. will be removed and repeated violators will be placed on moderation.

Trolling and flaming: Repeated trolling, flames and abuse will result in you being blocked from commenting in future. Please help to promote a friendly atmosphere on the site.

Grammar, language and format: Please use proper grammar when posting as that is the best way to ensure readers understand your point. Please also post in English. Do not post in ALL CAPS. That is the textual equivalent of yelling and is considered bad netiquette.


Off-Topic: comments that are not related to (or barely related to) the post are considered off-topic and inappropriate. For example, a post about Casey’s love for his Crown Vic is not the venue for a discussion about the Chuck/Sarah relationship.

Spamming: posting the same comment in several different places, no matter how long ago the article was written, is considered spamming. Say it once, say it well, then continue the discussion with further original comments. Posting under different names is also considered spamming. Pick a name and stick with it.

Personal Lives: anything the cast and creative team do when not creating or promoting Chuck or another project is considered part of their personal lives and is not appropriate for discussion on The rare exception to this would be if someone announces an engagement or new baby and we give them our congratulations.

Flaming: the act of posting deliberately hostile messages on the site is considered flaming. Such a comment is usually not constructive, does not clarify a discussion, and does not persuade others. Flaming also often veers into personal attacks and abuse, which are also inacceptable on this site.

Trolling: the act of posting controversial, inflammatory, irrelevant or off-topic comments in an attempt to disrupt a discussion or garner reactions, attention and controversy is considered trolling.

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