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Old 04-07-2009, 02:29 PM   #1
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Airstream in NBC's "Chuck"

So anyone see last nights episode of Chuck on NBC? What's the year and model of that Airstream, come on, I need length and trim level and everything. What's the theory on why the closet door was left open in the back? Was it broke or just trying to block the view to the rear bath for the scene?

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Old 04-07-2009, 03:33 PM   #2
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Was it a scene filmed outside? How 'bout -- would the metering for inside exposure been thrown off by too much light coming in the back window?

Yeah, I heard Airstreams in a song this morning again. Couldn't stick around to hear what it was or who it was by.
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Old 04-07-2009, 03:46 PM   #3
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Inside and outside scenes. That could be the reason, but film crews have filter films to put over windows even the exposures.

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it had a house type reffer. looked about 28 foot, fold down double bed on curb side with vanity opposite the bed. enjoy the summer,ac
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Old 04-07-2009, 08:40 PM   #5
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Was it a scene filmed outside? How 'bout -- would the metering for inside exposure been thrown off by too much light coming in the back window?
Ah! Could be that it was supposed to be in a open green grass field, but you could see the back lot parking through the window!
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It may not have been perfect, but it was really nice to see an Airstream get so much television time. You will notice that that they didn't cast an SOB for the role.

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What could posibly make Chuck any better.............?
Oh yea, Chuck with an Airstream in the episode!
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I have a close relative who's a friend of Zach Levi's ("Chuck")... I'll have to get her to prod him about the trailer Maybe he can say where it was filmed and why they'd have that door open...
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The scenes shot on the inside were great. As we all know it's really tight in there for any sizable camera to be moving around and to have three people in there as well. Looks to me like a mid 70s 27' Overlander. Any other guesses. It is at the very start of the show. You can pause it to take a longer look. I love NBC because you can watch almost any of there shows anytime you would like. None of the other networks do this.


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Yes I did see the Airstream on Chuck last night! Awesome....I wonder if the AS shot from the outside was the same AS they used to shoot the inside? The door being left open could have been to hide another camera man.
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So anyone see last nights episode of Chuck on NBC? What's the year and model of that Airstream, come on, I need length and trim level and everything. What's the theory on why the closet door was left open in the back? Was it broke or just trying to block the view to the rear bath for the scene?

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...and why they'd have that door open...
To hide the 'loo'....

One thing that caught my eye and brings another question.... How much did Campbell's Soup pay for the little single serving soups to be on the shelf?
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