Gossip girl at first appeared to be a snaobby preepy run off of 90210 and what not. But i decided to watch it one night and wass amazed with the plots and subplots. It's about love, sex, high school issues and the lower class life entering the upper class life. This is personally one of the best in depth plots i've seen and i would and do reccomend it to everyone. Every tuesday morning the we ask each other, " did you see gossip girl!?" I'm glad there was nothing else on that day because this show was the best discovery ever.
I couldnt decide whether i should be happy for Dan or not.cuz the things growing up with Rachel and going down against Serena, those are too much at the same time..
BTW Chuck is going directly in to trouble or what such thing was in Bart?A secret society or sth?
I dont know if i could wait for the next episode but with the fact that Rachel is turning back to Constance and Serena is not totaly ok with the breaking up issue with Dan next episode is going to rock...
Dan&Serena couple always seemed cute and lovely to me and I realy wanted them to get back together but the things have rally changed for the parts.Serena always been the guilty and she wasnt a true innocent in the past but the thing Dan did this time put him in a really guilty position and this time "we were not together" spam wont work...
Finally i wanna ask sth.Whats the name of the rock song in the final scene?
Thnx for reading and sorry for the misstypes cuz English is not my mother tongue..See you
The Mozart metaphors in this episode were genius. It added to the natural drama and sophistication of the show. The almost rape of Lily was unexpected and, might I add, very well played by the writing staff. They did this with utter perfection. Watching this episode gave me goosebumps. Serena's story line this week was more Salieri than Mozart and because Blair is usually the Salieri to Serena's Mozart, this change was interesting. I was both excited and sad that Blair would act so childish especially since it's just when you think she's starting to grow up, too. Chuck was hilarious with is list of ways to get Jack fired. His character has gotten so many layers since his dad died. It makes for emotional and intense story lines for him, which is good. As for Nate and Vanessa... Before this episode I temporarily forgot they were people. Sorry N and V!
Dan has never occurred to me a good guy. I have known since the very beginning. I am not sure why. Maybe it's my experience with men. Dan gives out that vibe. Something is just wrong with him. I suppose I have been right all along. Poor Serena. Do you think it's karma? Serena wasn't exactly a good girl before, either. She betrayed Blair and had sex with Nate when he was her own best friend's boyfriend. Although she knows that she made a lot of mistakes in the past, perhaps at some point she is supposed to pay for all that. I am sure things will look up for her soon. She has become a better person since she came back from boarding school. I feel so bad for Harold. Blair has a really great father, but he's got this evil daughter. I like Blair a lot, to be honest, but she's pretty scary sometimes!
I just had finished watching the season finale for gossip girl season one, and I think I'm really excited to see season two. In season one it all started with a girl (Serena) she had come back to New York's upper east side of glitz and glamor of her wealthy friends. But when she came back the Queen B Blair was still mad from a one night stand with Blair's boyfriend 1 year ago that Serena had. As Serena comes back during the season it introduces new characters along the way with Serena working her way back up to the top getting her old friends back. This show is a drama that was made by the o.c and really is as good as the O.C was until season 3 and I hope season 2 is just as fantastic with Back stabbing, love, drama and happy endings. Xoxo lol
Features the lives of six kids that attend upper east side schools,four been very rich and two whose parents try to keep them there.Their relationships with their parents and even that with each other.
This show is so great.The cast are so great,they are extraordinary. Personally my fav character is Chuck Bass played by Ed Westwick.I just love his and Blair's relationship,they give me butterflies.Another relationship i admire is that of Dan and Serena in season one it was great but lately their relationship seems to be getting on my nerves.The choice of their parents is very good i just love Lily and Rufus,I totally hate the fact that Lily married Bart Bass i love Chuck but his dad just gives me the creeps.Jenny is hard to understand its like as if she doesn't even know who she is,its weird. Finally all in all Gossip Girl is a great show and its kudos to the writers they have got a great thing going and also kudos to the cast and crew you're all loved.
I absolutely love this show ! Amazing characters, amazing plot lines ! Amazing music as well. Love Chuck ! Personal Favourite. Rufus and Lily < so cute couple ! I hope this show goes on for many many many many many seasons ! love it!
Even better than O.C ! Which I never thought I would say my life considering it was my life last year but now Gossip Girl is my new best friend ! Each episode gets better and better! ; D The characters are SOOO HOT!
Love you Ed ! And Chace ! And Penn ! But Ed mostly!
I love this show! I only recently started watching it and i'm addicted to it! Not only does it show basically every aspect of a high maintinence teen's life, but also the trials and tribulations and love as well as hate. Its amazing to watch every week (and Im still waiting to see if blair will forgive Chuck! they're meant to be, obviously!) So, come next monday, my eyes will be glued to the set. Thank god the CW decided to run this show or else I would probably die due to GG deprivation. Keep on rocking, Serena, Blair, Chuck, Dan, Nate, Vanessa, Eric, and Jenny!
It is my favorite show!!!I just love it! Ep 16 was almost the best :P XoXo :)I loved every scene. It was very good the scene where Chuck saved Lily from Jack... The whole Chuck and Lily thing is cool! And I'm happy that Chuck will move back and isn't against Lily! I love Lily's character. It's so mature and intelligent. :) I recommended to everyone! :)This was my favorite episode until now from this season.
The Serena & Dan couple is a little sad.... it's like it is the end of their relationship... although it's wearied that is so important to them thin collage thing... :( they were special... but know.. :(
Look, I am a heterosexual adult male. When I read the description of this show I laughed. It's ridiculous. But... there is something very seductive about it (uhh.. maybe all of the beautiful women who, by the way, do NOT pass as high school students) I guess maybe the only reason I like this show is that the girls are so amazingly beautiful. It is well written, might I add. I just can't believe it because the show has such a disgusting premise. I guess that goes to show that good looks and snazzy production can go a long way.
Anyways, obnoxious film about rich teens and their self-important little lives. And yet, I somehow love it.
I honestly love this show so much, I don't know why I didn't see it sooner
The story line I reckon is really good and the acting skills of the people aren't bad although I think it could be better. Regardless, it's a lot better than other dramas I've seen and this is definitely a must watch. The only thing is that it sometimes drags out a lot which makes it boring but usually the next episode makes up for that haha :) Can't wait for the next episode in this amazing tv show. Catch you all later then!
The first time this show came out I started loving it. This show is definitely a guilty pleasure because of the drama it has and the way they make New York kids look like is awesome. This is a huge show and it will be remembered just like 90210 was.
The minute the CW started showing previews of the new teen drama that was going to come on September in 2007...I instantly decided I was definitely going to watch it. The premiere night I got ready and I saw the first ten minutes and I knew this show was going to be loved by everyone. The first episode was great and the rest were awesome. I am so glad that everybody is talking about this show. I love that the main character doesn't ever show her face and that the drama doesn't even surrounds her...she just delivers it to us. That idea was a genius. Well I really hope this show does better than The OC did since it's called "the new OC". Let's see what the future holds for this great show.
A lot of the Teen Dramas in our days are far to predictable. You always know what the story is gonna be, who's gona hook up with whom and just watch it because you might be wrong and wanna be surprised. Gossip Girl is so much different than that. The characters are believable and The love triangle is a good way to shoot of the story. You immediately wonder what's going on and don't expect it to be another "One Tree Hill". It's an interesting series which makes you want to see the next episode straight after the other one and the episodes don't end with the predictable sexy girl looking into the sky with some boy band music playing in the background.
A lot of shows on tv currently run one episode after another...never linking them all together. Others do so by making too many subplots that can, at times, be demeaning to the actual story going on. Gossip Girl breaks this pattern. Though it's based on a series of novels, the writers took the stories in new directions and by doing so, took them to new heights. Now, I watch a lot of shows on a weekly basis, but this one is my favorite by far. If I miss it, the rest of my week is ruined until I find the time to see it from beginning to end. There is no missing Gossip Girl.
Ever wonder why children today are so cruel to others or why they don't focus on anything else but themselves? I'm sorry to all you Gossip Girl fans out there, but this is part of the reason.
Shows today are mostly promoted sex to young people today, which is a major problem. It's kind of saying that life is going to be easy to the beautiful ones and you have to make those who are less fortunate a hard time.
Plus this show is just so cocky, I know that this show has a lot of fans and I'm one of the few haters, but this is why I hate this show.
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Why are the episode scores so low? It annoys me that people who don't watch this show/hate it rate it like '2' every episode. It's really sad and pathetic Don't you have something better to do? I mean it's as bad as those people who give every episode a 10! Now I gave this episode 10 because I thoroughly believed it deserved it, and I've only ever rated around three or four episodes of GG a perfect 10. I'd like to think I'm fair, heh.
Anyways, enough about that BS. I'll just repost what I wrote in the forum (sort of)... So ok, wow that was a great episode! Who wrote that? Hardly any contrivance, no frizzy dumbarse Vanessa no fug faced Nate. Whoo! Paartay. It felt kind of like a pre-strike season one episode, especially the start where they're all walking to school etc. I really did not miss Nate and Vanessa one jot. Even though I adore Nate he really is somewhat superfluous at the moment -- give him a decent storyline writers! He's too blank and pretty to be left out of episodes... I'd rather Dan disappear more often than Natey. BTW Penn Bagley or however the feck you spell his second name, totally dissed his role on Gossip Girl recently. He said Dan basically sucks and he can (rather arrogantly) play Danny boy with his eyes closed his hands tied behind his back and his balls in an steadily closing iron vice. Well I'd like to see that.
Jack Bass you wanker! I kind of hate him already which is ironic since I was convinced I wouldn't. He is hot though... I have a thing for older men. Do.Not.Judge.Me! I'll get that final scene out the way now -- while I was watching this episode I had this nasty realisation that Blair and Jack were acting like they'd been intimate or "familiar". It seems my fears were at least founded with that last scene! I'm not angry with the writers like some fans are I mean just take a look at the sheer vitriol flailing around on Fanforumz. They're proper bricking it over this latest OMFG development. I have to support Blair 100% if she screwed teh sexy old guy, coz seriously. He's hot and a Bass, hot Bass men are irresistible to anyone with a vagina as we fangurls well know by now. Also the double standard for people who can forgive Chuckles for screwing his way through every prostitute in the East, why can Blair not be forgiven? Oh I remember it's because she's a woman. I really hope people don't take her to cleaners over this if she has indulged in some depressing naughtiness. I think it's a potentially interesting storyline! Don't hate me!
Serious speculation time: I do think Blair probably slept with Jack. Although I think maybe that this was all part of his master plan to get the company from Chuck. It's unlikely that Jack came to his nephews rescue without doing some thorough research before hand -- I suspect he could well have honed in on Blair as Chuck's kryptonite. He could well have seduced her at vulnerable time without her knowing who he was. Last names may not have been part of the deal if it was a new years thang; but yeah, new years is evil. Another theory I loathed with every fibre of my being was that Blair shagged him to get Jackarse to help her find poor drug induced Chuckles -- whole I hated this idea initially I believe the story has potential, and i would love it since it's entirely in character and fraked up.
I think Jack catching Blair purging would be a bit random and why would that be any kind of leverage? I just don't get it. I would be a little disappointed if Blair and Jack didn't sleep together (well not disappointed as such) but I would feel like this hinting was all a big waste of time of it wasn't something OMFG. I mean the story could turn out to be quite interesting and its ramifications -- I don't believe it's out of character one jot for Blair as long as she didn't know it was Chuck's uncle. I do think Chuck would take it badly, but he has a right to it is his uncle for goodness sake. I think he would care less if it were a random, but anyway I'm getting ahead of myself! Blah.
When Jack said 'nephew of mine' I had a brief Doctor Who flashback. You know what I'm talking about you saddos who watch Doctor Who! ;)
Now, it hardly needs saying but I loved Chuck and Blair separately and together as always. Ed's acting was superb in that rooftop scene and the meta allusion to his rapiness in the Pilot was fun ('Chuck loves rooftops!'. I cried three times during this episode mainly due to Leighton Meester who also owned this episode... the finale scene made me whimper slight tears: 'he can never know!'.
Also loved the mean girls reappearing after quite a notable absence this season. Nelly Yuki! Dorota! ERIC! WIN! I loved Eric so much he really needs to be made a regular cast member, but they should fire Vanessa first.
Quite liked Dan and Serena. Maybe the hiatus has caused some kind of short term insanity but I found them sweet for the first time in well, forever. I also enjoyed Dan's scene with Chuck! Always a pleasure Humphrey. That first scene with Serena dancing was funny and made me think of joyful Serena from season one -- but what was up with her attitude towards Chuck? I found it rich coming from her that Blair should not abandon him, because 'he has no family or brothers or sisters'. Way to abandon him yourself there S.
Sooo, in conclusion. Dan is ok for now, Rufus is a douche as always, Serena is a dumb blonde (some things never change), Blair is awesome (some things never change), Chuck likes prostitutes but who doesn't? And Jenny needs to get her roots done. Till next week gentle viewers xoxo.
Gossip Girl is a show about teens who live on the Upper East Side and how their everyday life is from dealing with sex, drugs, jealousy, and other problems. In the show, their life is being narrated by Gossip Girl who is an anonymous blogger.
Gossip Girl is the best show on right now hands down. It is the only show even worth watching these days. It always has a juicy storyline and some of the greatest characters I've seen in a while. It is definitely something to watch. Also, it is a show that everybody can relate to in one way or another since it does deal with issues facing society today. Gossip Girl is definitely a funny and entertaining show at times but it can also pull at heart-strings at just the right time. It is a must watch. You know you love it! xoxo
Gossip Girl is definitely my favorite guilty pleasure. Ed and Leighton are very talented. This is much better than lots of the other shows out there. The actors are suited for their characters. I do believe that Ed/Chuck should have gotten an award nomination for his acting skills. Leighton should have gotten a nomination, too. These 2 have bright futures. I do like the fact that the writers listen to the fans. They got rid of Aaron Rose. The actor and character are both bad. I do like Cyrus. The show is getting better and better. I definitely think that Nate and Vanessa should go. They are annoying. I prefer more screen time for Eric and Jenny.
i loved this episode. i can't wait for the next one.
i actually liked bart. it made me sad that they killed him off, but it also pushed forward the story about lily and rufus having a baby when they were young. i don't think it would go well if bart was still around. the storyline would be different and bart would be calling the shots instead of lily speaking her mind like she should have been doing all along. with a man at her side she is quiet, when she is single she is awesome.
i thought that there was a scene where blair runs after chuck's limo, in the pouring rain. audrey hepern style. but i saw all the episodes so far and the scene isn't in them. has anyone seen or heard of this scene please tell me.
It's the show that everyone is talking about, yet no one watching. It's consistently found at the bottom of the Nelson Ratings scan, yet is one of the most popular shows of the '07/'08 television season. It's a series that should be borderline cancellation.O Brother, Where Bart Thou? - "More towers than Trump, more bucks than Bloomberg... Bart Bass definitely made his mark on Manhattan. The passing of a public figure can shake a whole town, but the real story is always the one happening in private, away from. Jenny and Nate leave DUMBO forever; Dan becomes what he hates
I love this show Gossip Girl has been my number one favorite show. I watch it every monday night at eight o'clock. I have never missed a single episode since it first came out on television. I was extremly mad when time warner stoped show the cw so i began to watch the episodes on the www.thecw.com website. Before this show came out i watched the show called the o. c. which was writen by the same writer as Gossip Girl. the o. c. stop coming out with new episodes so i nothing to watch anymore. once i saw that Gossip Girl was writen by the same guys i said i have to watch that show. and i have not been disappointed. Gossip Girl is now become my new The O. C.
Where do I start? I love Gossip Girl. I'm a massive fan of Josh Schwartz's work (namely The O.C., may it rest in peace) and this is no exception. Before I even watched this show, I knew I would love it. The mere poster and television adverts were enough to have me wanting more. And that's what happens every time I watch an episode. I end up wanting more. And I'm not the only one. Teenagers around the globe are as desperate to hear about the escapades of Blair, Serena, Chuck, Nate and the rest of the Upper-East Side of Manhattan as the teeny-boppers that we see frantically whipping out their Blackberrys or dashing to their iMacs the second Gossip Girl dishes out some new dirt. But why? Well, let's take a look at the various elements that make up Gossip Girl.
1. Characters. Now I don't want this to be one of those extremely boring television analyses where I go into great detail taking apart all the characters' facial expressions and the symbolism of their actions, but you must admit the characters are fabulous. From Blair's constant desire to remain in control to Serena's affair with Nate (that essentially started the whole show) to Lonely Boy and his hatred of commercialism and anything related to upper-middle class people (i.e. everyone he goes to school with). The stars for me, however, are Leighton Meester as the dangerous Blair Waldorf and Ed Westwick as the unctuous, yet undoubtedly charming Chuck Bass. Now I don't mean to say that I think they are the best television couple, or a "ship" as people seem to refer to them. I mean, I love the way they are both portrayed by the actors. Yes, everyone on this show is fantastic, but I believe Meester and Westwick shine beyond all others. Blair's constant struggle to stay on top and retain her position as (aptly enough) Queen B make her a loveable, rather than scary, character. People watching aren't intimidated by her, as the people in the show are, but rather, they want to BE her. And why wouldn't you? She is beautiful, with poise and grace like a real member of the upper class. Yet she has her flaws, and that's what makes her real. We realise that we can identify with her through the problems she encounters. Her parents' divorce, her mother's carelessness compounded with her absence in Blair's life (as highlighted in S02E09: There Might Be Blood), her issues with living in Serena's shadow, Nate cheating on her, not being able to admit her love for Chuck, and of course, her eating disorder. Blair is just like us - she has her own problems on the inside, but hides these in favour of fighting for something she cares about. The thing I love most about Chuck is his mannerisms. The dark stare that all girls melt before, then the low, charming voice that coaxes them into sleeping with him and forgetting all their inhibitions. Yet Chuck, like Blair, has his own problems, as we discover in Season 2. The guilt he harbours about the death of his mother touched so many hearts, and made hundreds of people around the world tear right in front of their television screens. Sure, he's awful to begin with, but we love him, and as the series has continued he's just gotten better and better. Of course, the one thing we will never get tired of: "I'm Chuck Bass."
2. Money. Being that the show is about the lives of rich and poor, what happens when they collide, and the problems the Upper-East Side harbour beneath their expensively draped exteriors, you expect it to involve some discussion and/or use of money. But it's not just the money of the characters; it's the money the show has. Now, I don't know what the exact figures of production costs are (I couldn't find them), but you can tell just by looking at it that so much money has been put into it. I mean, how else would they be able to have all those big crowd scenes and extravagant social events in hotels, restaurants, clubs and bars? Schwarz and co. pour a wince-worthy amount of money into Gossip Girl, and that's what makes the show what it is. Without all that money, it would be nothing.
3. Gossip Girl.
The anonymous blogger documenting (read: ruining) the lives of the Constance Billard girls and St. Judes boys has earned herself a celebrity position within the Upper-East Side. Voiced by the lovely Kristen Bell (and why isn't she credited?), Gossip Girl shapes the whole show. Yes, it is a tad unrealistic that she seems to know things that are said behind closed doors and have a million sources that don't even know who she is, yet devote all their time to scouting the streets for people making up, breaking up and hooking up. But she is fantastic. Even though she is merely a narrator, an accessory to the show, she plays a big part in teaching the audience valuable, sometimes even philosophical, life lessons and she provides an added dimension that other shows just don't seem to have. 4. The book.
Hopefully you're all relatively observant and know that the television show is based on the book series of the same name by Cecily von Ziegesar. I have to say that I was one of the people that found out only after the show had started, but the books aren't bad. Granted, other than the first one, it seems that the books are vastly different to the show, and it is only the characters that are based on the book (actually, not even. Those of you who have read the book will understand: Chuck is on the verge of being gay?)
Okay, while I find the book differs greatly to the show (and I have to admit the show is far better than the book in comparison), I must tip my hat to von Ziegesar. After all, if she hadn't written the book we wouldn't be watching the best show on television today, would we?
I used to love Vanessa, but now, she is becoming more and more of a coniving, backstabbing, little Upper Eastsider! One of the things that I hated that she said was when Jenny confronted her after finding out she was seeing Nate. Jenny was saying that she couldn't believe that Vanessa would go behind her back and see Nate, the Vanessa said that Jenny did the same thing! No, no she did not. When Jenny kissed Nate at the fashion show, Vanessa was not dating him, and had not been for a while. Not to mention which, Vanessa and Nate kind of parted on bad terms. So, Nate was obviously single. And, like Jenny said, she felt horrible about it, and went to try and make ammends with Vanessa immediately. Vanessa knew how much Jenny liked Nate, not to mention which, they were almost dating, and hiding that letter was disgraceful! I haven't particularly liked what Jenny had been doing in recent episodes, but I truly felt sorry for her this episode. I know that what Jenny did with the dress was a little cruel, but Vanessa kind of had it coming. Not to mention which, if all that was seen was what they actual camera showed, it wasn't that revealing. All that you could see was the shadow of her legs. Nate also kind of pissed me off. Yeah, Vanessa was embarassed, but he completely ignored the fact that Vanessa stole his letter to Jenny, so Jenny never knew how he felt, leaving both Jenny and Nate to feel that the other one blew them off. Then on top of it, Vanessa then started dating Nate behind Jenny's back, all the while knowing that Jenny still had strong feelings for him, and was thinking about Nate all the time. So, in my opinion, while it was a little humiliating, Vanessa got what was coming to her. I hate Nate a little bit right now. The fact that he chose Vanessa over Jenny makes me so angry. If he wanted to date Vanessa in the first place, honestly, he shouldn't have flirted and made out with Jenny. All he did was play with her emotions, and make her feel horrible. He should feel bad himself. It seems that all Nate and Vanessa have been doing lately, other than canoodling on a city sidewalk, is messing with Jenny's head, and for that, I say that Nate and Vanessa are made for each other.
The never ending drama keeps me on the edge of my seat, I love it. It's a show that make you wish that you were them. What's not to love about Gossip Girl. I love the characters in the show, Blair the b***h, Dan the outsider, Jenny the fashion designer and blair wannabe, Serena the bad girl gone good, Nate the lost one, and Chuck the womanizer. What a set of characters. You can't help but love all of then, even Blair and Chuck. Victor/Victrola has to be one of the best episodes in season. Why? Blair and Chuck in the back of the limo. The episode that follows Victor/Victrola, Sixteen candles has to be my favourite out of all the episode. I think that Chuck and Blair are so sweet together, when he told Blair about the butterfly's my heart melted, so cute. I was happy that they ended up being together, they belong, Blair brings out the best in Chuck whereas Chuck brings the worst out in Blair. The last episode left me wanting more. Drama, drama, drama. Chucks speech was very romantic and sweet, no wonder Blair decided to be with him after that, well until Chuck gave the rose to the decorator. I seriously couldn't believe it when Lily married Bart, it is so obvious that Lily and Rufus should be together. My point is you can't get enough of the show, as soon as you've seen one episode you immediately want to see the next. For a bunch of 20 something year olds, the show is very well acted, the actors bring out different side to the characters making it hard to dislike any of them. It doesn't matter if your a boy or girl, whether your 15 to 21, you have to watch the show. Trust me you'll love it.
ok well Gossip Girl was great in the beginning and now it has just gotten into something that is just dragging on... that has to be something else. So Serena is a great character and he relationship with Dan s just too weird. My favourite part of the actual series and the reason i watch it, is Chuck and Blair. it is so much fun watching them play their little game. But still Gossip Girl has not reached its full potential, and it really does need more. If you want to watch Gossip Girl, i suggest watching the first season, but at the moment not the second as it really is not that good.
I loooooved this episode!!! for lily-rufus lovers it's great, i was actually quit surprised with the ending. I would have thought it to be, something silly but it was shocking that they have a child together rufus doesn't know about. loved all the drama, Ed sure knows how to act. it was cute that he came back to blair, after she told him she loves him. serena and dan had love trouble again, both admitting they still had feelings for each other but serena doesn't want to do anything. she knows that her mother wants to be with dan's father and last time she asked her not to do anything about it, and she thinks she can't ask her again to put her feelings aside. I don't like aaron at all, probably because i'm a dan-serena fan, but he has kind of a flat personality in de series, whereas in the books he's very deep.
Ok this was definately one of the best episodes of the 2nd season so far. Everything about it was great. It was just so heartbreaking. Ed's acting was fabulous, it was great to see him with more lines and depth to his storyline! Finally Blaire tells Chuck how she feels, which is followed by heartbreak then a sweet reunion and then once again leaving us with heartbreak. I nearly cried when he left her again. So Lill and Rufus have a child together, surprise surprise lol I knew thats what it had to be, but it will be interesting to see how things progress with that, althought its sad that they wont be together :( So the Serena, Dan, Aaron love triangle continues again, and its so obvious that S & D are still in love but S is willing to sacrafise that for the happiness of her mother. Cyrus and Ellanore get married and Cyrus and Blaire share a very sweet moment! All in all a fantastic episode, cannot wait to see what happens with everything!
oh my gosh, this season has gotten better and better, im now in love with Chair(hope they will stay in love with eachother, but also that the twisted plot doesnt stop!)
serena and dan are a will they wont they, considering Aaron is now on the scene.
rufus and lilly are destined and luckily since barts tragic passing, all is possible! the only bad thing about it is it only lasts for 40mins, more more :)
oh and more chuck(ed westwick) too.
a great idea would for blair and chuck to get together for christmas, but i have to admit the whole rivalry is very fun to watch xx
I love this show soo much. Expecially chuck and blair. There such a great hate-love couple, and I really want them to be togther. It was really sad when Blair finally told Chuck she loves him and he just said Well that's too bad, and went in his limo. But he was hurting and just needed time to take in everything. Also in the latest Episode Dan was pissing me off alot. Like why the hell would he come to the funeral after trying to blackmail chuck's father oviouslly Chuck would not want you there and who the hell does Serena think she is telling Dan to stay and all this crap. Like Chuck's father just died and if he says he doesn't want Dan there then let him go there's no point in arguing with him. And then i felt like Dan was also kind of upset with his father for wanting to be with Lily in the ending when he came home and said " Well thanx for telling me your in love with Serena's mom" What Serena said is true it is there parents turn [ even though it ended up not working] and they've tried it over and over again and it hasn't been wrking. So their parent's should try it out. Anyways I really think Serena and Dan is soo old news. I mean I like them and everything, but it's really all about CHUCK & BLAIR.
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