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"Realistically speaking, not everyone recognizes that last episode's abuse falls under the category of "things you really shouldn't be doing.""
Really? You don't think Chuck's actions were portrayed in a negative light? Even though he was obviously drunk, desperate, out-of-control, so he screwed up horrendously and ended up losing the only people he cared about as a result? Ending up bleeding and alone in a pile of broken glass? How is that *not* showing his actions in a negative light? You honestly think anyone's going to watch that scene and think, man, that looks pretty awesome, I should get myself a relationship like that? How stupid would you have to be to find that appealing?
Of course it was horrible and unhealthy- it was *supposed* to be. People are freaking out on the producers like they don't realize that, when it's the entire reason they wrote it. The whole point was to have Chuck hit rock bottom.
Now, whether you think he can come back from this? Not everyone will agree, but I guarantee you the producers think he can, and that's what they're planning on doing.
Either way, freaking out about this whole thing being brushed under the rug, when we haven't even seen the outcome or the character's reactions, is being ridiculously premature. They've said they're planning on addressing it- so give them a chance to. If it's still not to your satisfaction, feel free to whine about it then.