Morgan Grimes has to be one of the coolest characters on television, he manages a group of misfits at the Buy More and he gets to be a super spy with his best friend Chuck Bartowski. The final season Chuck finds Morgan getting some super powers of his own and learning how to deal with them. The show's final season has been on fire and we’re coming up to the two hour series finale. A few weeks ago Morgan Grimes himself held court with a bunch of us bloggers. Here are some choice moments from the call.
After playing the role for five seasons he describes Morgan for us as "kind of a free spirit, and you know, a little bit impetuous, and kind of the captain of his own ship." He continues, “He’s obviously grown up and matured a ton, so he’s a little — I’ve been more focused now...[but still] fun loving and he’s very loyal, and a really good best friend, and someone to have in the firefight at your side. No actually that’s not true, he’d be terrible in a firefight, awful in a firefight, but a good best friend."
Gomez got to have a lot of fun this season, not only being the intersect but he also got to play a 'bad guy' for a few episodes.
In discussing the character's issues with the Intersect and the episode 'Chuck vs. the Frosted Tips,' Gomez told us "He doesn’t remember who Indiana Jones was, and Luke Skywalker and that’s just - that ain’t cool in Morgan’s world.... So obviously something is happening... something is wrong.
"And clearly something is very, very wrong when you actually see my hair, because it’s something else. Some people like it though. I will go out on a limb and I’ve been told that some people actually find it fetching. Myself, I’m not one of those people. But, there you go.
"But yes... this is a big kind of moment... and it really kind of tests the boundaries of Chuck and Morgan’s friendship."