Chuck is a member of the Good Place Committee. He and five other members meet Michael in Chapter 37: The Book Of Dougs to discuss the possibility of the Bad Place hacking the points system.

Powers and Abilities Edit

  • Like all eternal beings, Chuck is immortal

Trivia Edit

  • After the airing of "The Book of Dougs," New York magazine writer Jen Chaney noted Chuck, and by extension the entire Good Place Committee, appeared to be parodies of Democrats in their obsession with being decent over taking any actual action.[1] Schur confirmed this allusion in a later interview, explaining their portrayal as having good beliefs but all too willing to concede to the other side's demands reflects his own frustration with the modern Democratic Party's apparent desire to maintain the moral high ground without making any progress.[2]

References Edit

  1. Chaney, Jen. "What The Good Place Teaches Us About Politics." Vulture.
  2. Wright, Catherine. "‘The Good Place’ Creator Says They Were Parodying Liberals with The Good Place Committee." Showbiz Cheatsheet.
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