While you sound off in our The Lost Boy" include memorable lines, foiled plots, the mysteriousness of Carter, the absence of J and future guest stars ...
1. What was your favorite Gossip Girl quote from the episode?
DANdy: Gotta show Gossip Girl herself some love here: Her closing line, about bringing everything back to the auction, was brilliant.
Gossip Guy: I suppose it wasn't a quote per se, but my favorite line goes to Chuck and his expression when Blair took off with his shoes. Classic talk-to-yourself moment: "She stole my shoes?"
Mister Meester: Georgina, on Chuck and Blair hitting it: "Judging by the size of the sock on the doorknob, I didn’t want to knock."
2. Who were you rooting for at the auction, Blair or Chuck?
DANdy: Serena's boobs. I was on the edge of my seat, waiting for them to bust out of that dress.
Mister Meester: Blair, because I wanted to see Chuck react after saying he couldn't be outbid, then losing to someone he can't really get mad at or plot revenge on anymore. The new dynamic of Chair as an item is great.
Gossip Guy: Definitely Chuck. Secret society shmiety. A boy has got to earn a living if he's gonna bring the bacon home to Blair.
Gossip Guy: Making 10-second cameos with Eric of course! That's a full time job, at least according to the credits of the show.
Mister Meester: I do appreciate that the show doesn't force characters to interact in situations where they normally wouldn't, but I do think J deserves more than brief breakfast cameos. I want to see her rule the school.
DANdy: Give the girl a break, will ya?!? It takes awhile to put make-up on properly. She'll appear, decked out like a raccoon, shortly.
4. Epic fail of the night: Chair's plot to oust Carter, G's plot to sabotage Chair, or the character of Scott ... in general.
DANdy: The character of Scott, for multiple reasons: the dude that portrayed him is a worse actor than Andrew Shue; the conclusion to his storyline was a bigger let-down than both Matrix sequels; and he forced viewers to put up with more Vanessa than ever before.
Gossip Guy: As bad as Chair failed, Scott proves even more useless than Vanessa. Every expression of his just makes me cringe. G, please let this guy go to Boston and leave the plot line forever. Not wanting to tell Rufus and Lily? Fine by us!
Mister Meester: Everything about Scott gets a failing grade, so let's focus on the two foiled plots. G's scheme was actually pretty good, given her goal, but Chair could have done more to sabotage Carter. Think of the potential there! Bogus credit card charges and a run-in with a supposed fling? Kind of weak. Where were the planted drugs and hookers sent to his room?
Carter Baizen (Sebastian Stan) is becoming a fixture on Gossip Girl.
5. What do you think happened between Carter and Bree?
Gossip Guy: I'm gonna go with Carter knocked Bree up so her father has been chasing him down for that much needed child support.
Mister Meester: It would be great if it involved Santorini. Maybe Carter stole Bree's father's boat. Now that would be funny. It's probably even bigger, though ... like Carter and Bree are somehow estranged siblings.
DANdy: I believe that's Privileged information! (Get it?!?!)
BONUS QUESTION: Are you excited for Hilary Duff and Tyra Banks next week?
Mister Meester: No. We already have four notable guest characters this season, two of which are flat-out hot (Carter and Bree) and two who are at least raving psychos (Georgina and Scott). After the way last night's episode ended espeically, isn't there enough going on that we don't need stunt casting?
Gossip Guy: Wow. Gonna have to pass on this bonus question as to not upset any fans of these two.
DANdy: The day I'm excited for anything involving Tyra Banks is the day I call it quits as a Gossip Girl Round Table contributor.
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