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Chuck: Season 2 (2008-09)

A while back, Chuck (Zachary Levi) received an e-mail that somehow filled his brain with CIA secrets, and now he has to be a part-time spy. The co-opted innocent is an old device ( Reaper used it, too), but it's handled here with a light touch. Chuck flits between his day job in a Buy More store and dangerous missions with two spies/protectors (Adam Baldwin, Yvonne Strahovski) who may be getting crushes on each other. The initial run offers an episode in 3-D; cardboard glasses are included.

Little Mosque on the Prairie: Season 3 (2008-09)

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The dramatic arc this season is the courtship of Rayyan (Sitara Hewitt) by J.J. (Stephen Lobo), to the chagrin of Amaar (Zaib Shaikh), young imam of the mosque in Mercy, Sask. But the sitcom's plots still frequently rely on Rayyan's father, Yasir (Carlo Rota), to mess things up and exasperate his wife (Sheila McCarthy). Bonuses include four three-minute webisodes purporting to be a show called I on Mercy (the I stands for Islam) hosted by Rayyan and Baber.

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