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Can someone tell me what Blair wrote in the note to Chuck at the end of the episode?
Once upon a time Serena Van Der Woodsen came off as vaguely intelligant. She was gullible but not stupid. Kind but not weak. In fact strong and the kind of person whom I actually liked and enjoyed watching instead of sighing in exasperation (read season three) when she did the naivest things (read William Van der woodsen) and I dubbed her as a dumb blonde forgetting completely that once that HADN'T been the case.
Once upon a time Dan Humphry was lonelyboy but he might as well been the most relatable characters to the veiwers (and also the voice of reason). He was genuinly funny, smart, witty, it was okay when he outsmarted Chuck (Are you following us or something? No, I go to your school. Identical uniforms, kind if a tip off?) and he wasn't the pretentious, mindlessly boring, hypocritical judging moron he can come off as now. The only thing he did was bromance with Nate of late. I'm not even getting into that nothingness with Vanessa.
Together, Dan and Serena were so adorable that I
I knew I was not oging to like this episode purely because I thought there will be a lacking of Chair scenes and storylines. Indeed I was right.
This was not one of my favorite. Yes it had a lot of drama so Gossip Girl did its job. However, there was of lot of stuff happening I did not care for.
I have to applaud Juliet because the original plan was over yet she still managed to talk herself out of it and continue on to ruin Serena. So all of a sudden Ben has morals? Seriously what is his deal. The writers has got to clear his character up. And why is his hair to perfectly combed while he's in jail?
Nate and his family was pointless. I like the fact that he was being a good son and I do feel bad that in the end he was lied to.
Dan and Serena!!! Ugh!!!!! These two bothered me so much in season 1 and 2 and now they are back. Noooooooo!!!! Lily was right Dan had no right to bug into their relationship no matter how good his intentions were. I hate his character so much because he a
It was good but it was all talk talk and talk no real drama... plus Dan and Serena are Overdosed... its too much nothing new... Dan in Serena's hand makes her floozy now. Get Over it . they have broken up in real life and now they are patching them up on T.V its just weird!
Bring new good young boys not mature weird ones for Serena....
I m hoping for Blair hook up with Damien Aka. Kevin Zegers, she needs to taste some thing else besides Chuck Bass. love them together but their isn't heat anymore or lust...maybe Blair hooking up with someone else perk Chuck Up :P
So Serena and Dan kissed, S chose D, D said that he believes in S but still nothing gonna happen? WTH?
If so, I want to see Blair and Dan together. They are a good match imo. B&D ftw, you can feel that there is something in the air between them.
They completely f#ck*d up the character of Vanessa.
Dan and Serena = OMG!!!
But they shouldn't break them up after a few episodes again… Then it would be WTH? ;)
"Vanessa cracks and sells out Jenny as the sole culprit. Wow, V." Yeah, no kidding. Vanessa has to be the most easily-manipulated person on the show (...in recent memory).
It was a pretty good episode, Dorota was awesome, Chair was awesome, nice to see Dan stand up to Lily. Juliet is definitely the most evil villain Gossip Girl has seen yet. Can't wait for next week's episode when she gets taken down.
Derena Derena Derena! Writers, please keep them together for longer than 2 seconds. Kind of sad that Penn Badgley and Blake Lively broke up just as Dan and Serena are getting back together though.
"Lily commits her eldest child to rehab involuntarily."
Serena isn't Lily's eldest child. Remember, Scott? He is the eldest, Serena is her 'elder' child. Just saying...
Good episode. Season 4, for me, has been fantastic.
Didn't Tate Donovan direct this episode?? No wonder he turned Lily and Rufus into bad parents of messed up Teenage daughters. After all super messed up-Marissa Cooper was his fictional spawn, and he was an absentee father!
DAN AND SERENA. WTF. Seriously I'm not watching if they put the two of them together AGAIN. Can't the writers give Serena a boyfriend who lasts longer than a couple of episodes?
Dan and Serena kiss WTH! They are like the 13558023748193264th time together. so much fail.
It was still a good episode tho.
nate and serena 4-eva.
blair and chuck 4-eva.
dan and vanessa 4-eva because i always loved them in the books and they belong together if only the writers couldd see it thst way.
Loved this episode!! Dark, but still great and well done! Liked the fact that Lily showed some emotions for the first time!
Dan and Serenas kiss: OMG!
The show is implying that the ONLY reason that the Captain wants to reconcile with Anne is so he looks good at his upcoming parole board hearing--a hearing that Nate and Anne didn't know about, apparently. Now, Nate realizes that his father hasn't changed--that he's just been playing him--again.
I'm not sure what to think about Jenny. She says she's learned her lesson about what being in NYC does to her but she can't keep flipping back and forth between 'Hudson' Jenny and UES's Little J. She'll just do as many teens would do--find her place somewhere in the middle.
Blair wanting 'frontier justice' was just freaking awesome LOL
Ah! Dorota's baby!!!! I am in love with that little girl!!!
"I'm gonna go Courtney Love on you" so funny Blair saying that to Jenny, given the whole Courtney Love vs Taylor Momsem thing
just one quick thought: what kind of hospital does have a Nespresso coffee machine?
to how ever wrote this, Nate has been seeing his father since he went to jail so nothing new, and i'm sure that wasn't the first time that he and nate talked about anne. And she probs found out and thats why she filled for diovrce. Like comm on if you want to divorce someone you should atleast tell them your self so thats probs why she went and for nate
It was a nice episode. I tend to prefer it when they slow things down and go for more detail, rather than cram as many shocks and punches in as possible. There were some good moments: I thought the Dan and Lily scene was as good as anything we've seen this season. Chuck and Blair trying to be friends was also good, much more complicated and believable than their romantic relationship. Vanessa's failure at lying and subsequent running away rang true; she needs to spend some time away too.
On the downside, Katie Cassidy's over-acting really grated on me again this episode. Will Chuck talk in anything other than a gravelly whisper again? I agree with Steve about Jenny's constant coming and going, it is getting repetitive. I think they need to decide if she's in or out. Personally I think the show is worse when she's not there, so I'd keep her in.
"Just because we can't be friends doesn't mean we aren't. - B"
Towards the end of the episode..... when blair send that pie to chuck.... wat does the note that comes along with it read?
This episode was awesome! I loved it! Juliet gotta go far far away and Lily should just stop her from blackmailing her. Anyway why should this be the first serious screen time of the fall for L and R?
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