Former co-stars Zachary Levi, 35, and Yvonne Strahovski, 33, hung out together this week.
They spent Thursday evening sitting together at Dodger Stadium and cheering on the Los Angeles Dodgers as they faced off against the New York Mets in the deciding Major League Baseball playoffs game leading to the 2015 National League Championship series.
But she will be heading to to her native Australia soon for the premiere of a film she appears in, "I Love You Too" (to answer your next question, she thinks the film will get released in North America but she wasn't sure).In the Q&A below, the actress answered some burning questions I had (and a few that fans had) after Monday's pivotal episode of the show, which returns with six new episodes April 26.Now that Chuck knows Sarah's real name, will he start calling her Sam? Are you going to participate in the fan efforts to get the show another season?Do you yourself have anything in the works in that arena?The Sydney-born Dexter star revealed in her accompanying interview with the publication that she was advised to swap her mouthful of a surname for something that rolls off the tongue more easily upon arriving in LA nearly a decade ago.'It's sad that people will invade someone's privacy - and this is not only regarding someone's private photos - but this goes deep into people's financial privacy, their passwords, their emails, their text messages.
is certainly a woman of action -- when not busting up spy rings, she's often busting the heads of villains with her wicked fighting skills.So what would you say to get fans excited about the next set of episodes? The line between Chuck's spy life and family life and who knows and who doesn't know -- it's all going to come dangerously close.Maybe the stunning actress picked up a few tricks of the trade while playing a CIA operative in two high-profile TV series, beginning with the lovable action-comedy Chuck for NBC in 2007, then jumping into the 24 reboot 24: Live Another Day for Fox in 2014. It took a lot of time to make sense of all the moving parts and all the pieces." The pulpy piece of New York City fiction (based on Colin Harrison's Manhattan Nocturne novel) attempts at times to give its lurid, twisted tale a touch of class.What did you think of how Chuck and Sarah finally got together? There are only so many obstacles Chuck and Sarah can face.I think it's really great and I think the fans are going to love it.Do you think it adds more comedy or more drama to the show?