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Winner: Singing Actor Zachary Levi
If the "Chuck" production team was just a bit more on-the-ball (or clairvoyant), tomorrow night's episode would have featured Chuck singing and NBC could promote the heck out of that moment during tomorrow morning's Charlie Sheen interview. It would shoot ratings through the roof, because who wouldn't want to watch the dapper young man who crooned with Mandy Moore on Sunday? The empirical truth is that Levi wasn't all that great, that he and Moore had harmony problems and then were stuck in the center of the stage during one of several production gaffes. But it was still great exposure for an actor whose TV show may not get the biggest audience and it probably made him look better than "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel."