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Tricia Helfer to Be Chuck's Possible New Love Interest

November 24, 2008 (3:40 am) GMT
'Chuck' creator and executive producer, Josh Schwartz, will bring in 'Battlestar Galactica' star, Tricia Helfer, to an episode of 'Chuck' this season.

Charles Irving Bartowski also known as Chuck may find a new lover in a "" star. Reliable sources have informed E! Online that will get her debut appearance on "" as the titular character's new love interest.

Further information given by "Chuck" creator and executive producer, Josh Schwartz, states that Helfer will guest star for only one episode, episode 2.18, this season. He details Helfer is to play a special agent named Alex Forrest, Chuck's new partner and future love.

Schwartz emphasizes that the coming in of Helfer in the series as Chuck's new love won't serve as a replacement for , who plays Sarah Walker. "Yvonne is amazing, and continues to do incredible work. But that doesn't mean that life isn't complicated for Sarah Walker and Chuck Bartowski. There are real obstacles to the relationship between Chuck and Sarah," he insists.

On the same occasion, Schwartz points out that he believes Helfer's appearance in the series will be great because there are "Battlestar" fans among "Chuck" viewers. "As you would expect from a show like 'Chuck', there are many rabid 'Battlestar' fans amongst us. And so Tricia is someone we have definitely wanted to work with," he says.


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