AN: Okay, so I know that I promised you guys a sequel to Chuck vs The Office and I do fully intend to live up to that promise, however, things for me right now are a little bit all over the place. I have a research project due in about a week and I have five days to do it (fortunately I have Easter break), I (stupidly) chose to pursue advanced math this year which is sorta killing me at the moment and I'm trying to write United By Red Tests (Seriously I get stuck on that like every chapter). So right now, my mind is kinda here, there and everywhere. If you read my last chapter on United By Red Tests, you know that for me, it's gonna be a stressful year especially with senior option choices towards the end of this year and then university applications in a couple years time.
This brings me to the point of this story. While right now I'm kinda stuck in a rut, I do have several developed ideas for vs The Office 2. These will be posted under Chuck vs The Office: Epilogue Series, which are what it says. A series of epilogues about things that happen in the vs The Office universe for Chuck and Sarah, but will feature the other characters as well.
Disclaimer: I don't own Chuck (total bummer). All mistakes are my own. Now that I think about it, I don't really own a lot.
Chuck vs The Office: Epilogue Series
Chapter 1: Wedding Bells
"Carina! The blue necklace! Where is it?"
"Calm down Walker!" Carina replied, reaching for the blue necklace towards the edge of the dressing table and putting it on her friend. The red head smiled. "So that's everything, isn't it?"
"Yeah, it is," Sarah Walker (very soon to be Bartowski) smiled. "This is it. This is real."
"Absolutely," Zondra Rizzo, Carina and Sarah's college friend had been their to attend the wedding as a bridesmaid, smiled too at her friend. "You look amazing, Walker, this is going to go perfect."
"It is," Carina reassured. She smiled. "So did you ever think you'd end up marrying a nerd?"
Sarah laughed. "No. Especially not one as huge as the one I picked," the three friends shared a laugh. "But Chuck's shown me life can be full of surprises and...well, to be honest, he's totally perfect."
"Sarah," Ellie addressed the bride. "Someone's here to see you."
"Hi darlin," the voice belonged to non other than Jack Burton, who was standing just by the now shut door in his tux.
He'd flown out to walk his daughter down the aisle. He'd never been good at keeping his promises, but when he found out they were engaged, he swore to himself that he would walk his little girl down the aisle on her wedding day. She may have been raised by a crappy father, but she had turned out better than he could have ever hoped and she deserved to have her father to walk her down the aisle on her special day.
"Dad, you made it."
"I wouldn't have missed it for anything, angel," he got a good look at his daughter. "You look beautiful. The schnook's a lucky guy."
"How many times have I told you to call him Chuck?" she joked and smiled. "Thank you for being here dad. t means so much to me." At a sudden realization, she paused before speaking again. "You know that Mom is here and-"
"Charlie filled me in. We both promised to be civil. This is your day, angel. We are not going to mess it up." Jack held his arm out, ready to walk her down the aisle. "You ready?"
"I've never been more sure about anything in my life."
Chuck was standing at the alter, waiting for his bride to be to come out. The wedding was simple, including family, close friends and some friends from the office. Casey sat next to his daughter and the minister waited patiently for the wedding to begin. Chuck stood with Morgan and Devon by his side.
"How are you feeling?" Morgan asked.
"Happy, super happy, but a little nervous," he admitted.
"Good nervous?" Devon asked, knowing that exact feeling, he'd had it at his own wedding day.
"Awesome nervous," Chuck smiled.
Morgan signaled for the minister to come over and whispered something into his ear. The minister looked hesitant and furrowed his brow, but Morgan gave an insistent nod and he went back to his place.
"Morgan, what was that about?" Chuck asked.
"Don't worry, Chuck. You'll thank me later."
The organ began to play and everyone stood as the Zondra, Carina and Ellie entered, and then Sarah on the arm of her father. Emma was in the crowd, wiping away a tear of happiness already. Chuck's eyes immediately locked with Sarah's. He'd seen her in many things, but she had never looked more beautiful than she did today, at this very moment.
"Who gives this woman away to this man?"
"I do." Jack smiled, looking from his daughter to the schnook that she was going to marry. The schnook he knew would always take care of her and love her forever.
The ceremony had begun, Chuck was the first to speak when it came to vows.
"Sarah. You can't explain love at first sight, it's pure magic, when you look at that person you just know that you want to spend the rest of your life with them. They give you the strength you need to go on, even when you just want to give up and you want to always do the same for them. When they're happy, everything is right with the world, and when they're sad your heart breaks into a million pieces. And that is how I feel everyday, when I'm with you. Whatever we're doing, when I am with you that's all that matters in the world. I am the luckiest guy in the world that you chose me and I vow everyday, to prove the depth of my love, to do whatever in my power to make you happy for the rest of my life."
"Chuck. When I first met you, I didn't think that I would ever fall in love, and now that I have, I feel like everything is finally where it's supposed to be. I traveled a lot in my life, but now I know that the only place I'm ever supposed to be is with you. I used to think that being alone was just something you and to deal with, but being with you has made me realize I don't have to be alone anymore. You make me feel like I can do do anything as long as we're together and that just makes me love you even more and appreciate you as a gift, a gift I could never thought that I could want or have, but I will continue to show you everyday that you a gift that I deserve."
The minister proceeded to finish. "By the power vested in me, by God, the State of California, I-"
"Ahem," Morgan cleared his throat at the minister.
"-And the Intergalactic Federation of Planets,"
Chuck and Sarah both couldn't help laughing quietly and Chuck saw Morgan mouth 'you're welcome'.
"I now pronounce you man and wife. You may kiss the bride."
"Come here," Chuck whispered as he took his new wife into his arms and kissed her tenderly, before dipping her, eliciting a laugh from Sarah and kissing her neck. once they were both standing up straight again, they kissed again, causing even more applause from the guests.
With her arm on Chuck's, the two of them walked up the aisle. As they left the church, the newlyweds were greeted with applause. With either side welcoming Chuck or Sarah to the family.
When they entered the reception, Morgan was at the microphone and called out:
"Ladies and Gentlemen! For the first time Mr And Mrs. Chuck Bartowski!"
"Mrs. Chuck Bartowski," he smiled at his new wife on his arm.
"Mr. Sarah Walker."
After some more congratulations, Chuck took her hand as they strolled onto the dance floor. Chuck knew that Sarah was a better dancer then he was and had asked her to help him learn to dance properly at their wedding. After finishing their first dance as man and wife, and a few more. Sarah leaned over closing the gap between them.
"You wanna get out of here?"
"Just think, you and me in a very nice beach resort, in our hotel room, our first night together as husband and wife."
Chuck smiled. "Let's get a move on then."
He took her hand and they slipped out of the wedding reception and into the limo.
"Driver, to the airport!" he called out.
The car started moving and the newlyweds soon engaged in a passionate kiss.
AN: Hope you liked it. I certainly enjoyed writing it and I hope you enjoyed reading it. Honeymoon chapter to come next, please review, you know I love reviews.