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Although last night's episode leaves me a little bit dissapointed I love the promo the duck story line is so much fun :D! And Chuck will always be my favourite funny cute sexy tracig sad he's got so much of it all! And I will always love Chair no mather what!
NGL I haven't enjoyed GG much since the second half of S4 and this season has just been more of the same. I loved the scheming, snarking, sexiness and UES kids living a crazy lifestyle. The promo for this episode made me hopeful the show was going back to those awesome roots but sadly it didn't. Too much focus on guest stars and Ivy and not enough on the characters I love like Chuck, Blair and Serena. The only positives from this episode for me were Ed and Leighton still have outstanding chemistry, Chuck is being redeemed and we now know Blair still loves Chuck but just doesn't trust him.
Max is a pain as well
I see a lot of people didn't like this episode. On my side I really enjoyed most of it even though some parts were a bit too twisted. I'm thinking mostly about Diana's storyline. I like her and the fact that she tries to mess up with everyone because she's working with Nate's grandpa for some unknown reason. It sounds promising. But the whole Serena/Charlie/max/Nate, event though it wasn't a bad idea, could have been a bit less confusing.
Aside from that I liked it. Also because scenes with Dan were reduced. I clearly can't stand his character. Actually he would maybe become a tiny more interesting if he got some success and had to deal with his celebrity. That could be his first interesting storyline actually. Until that happens, the less I see him, the better I am.
As for Chuck and Blair, like many I was looking for a longer kiss but I think the writers didn't want to give too much too soon. I found the scene in the park funny. In the scene where she tried to seduce him to prov
There wasn't enough Diana in the episode. Kidding, of course. I saw enough of her to last me a lifetime. Remember when the show used to be more about the main cast? Good times!
Well, the episode was decent with Chuck and Blair (and Dorota) being the only story line that kept me interested. But Blair's behaviour is such a disappointment lately. Despite loving Blair trying to seduce Chuck and all the callbacks to Season 2 (how I miss that season), she was being rather cruel and unfair to Chuck. Does Blair in denial not realise that she practically seduce that kiss out of him? And all this just to prove that even though Chuck has tried to keep his distance, he's so "obviously" trying to get her back? Your denial is showing, B! But poor Chuck! He's been nothing but awesome lately and Blair doesn't give him any credit. But I love that Nate, Serena and Dorota have faith in him. Let's hope that Blair realises that Chuck is becoming the man she always wanted him to be and Chuck stops lettin
@Efron youre speaking my mind.. WORST episode ever in the history of worst episodes, so pointless and mind numbing and what the absolute Chuck is the boring old grandpa doin in the picture? SO SO SO FAR FETCHED. In the beginning Gossip Girl schemes were good and were like WOAAHH this just might actually happen for real in elite people etc etc
now its just minnnd numbin how stupid this show has become, i donot understand are these writers AMATUERS? WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON?
ELIZABETH HURLEYS ACCENT IS DRIVING ME OFF THE WALL! CHARLIES SCRATCHY WHINY VOICE COUPLED WITH HER OMGG DONT TAKE THIS AWAY FROM ME IMA DIEEEEE attitude is MAKIN MY HEAD SPIN, NATES BOYTOY ISSUES?! i could care less.
CHUCK AND BLAIR SCENE? GOOD BUT SERIOUSLY BLAIR WAS ~OVER-DOING~ IT.
and whats with Dan being all sorts of a wuss?! its his first book he is NOT J.K. Rowling fgs!
Serena ... same story as the rest of these people.
even Dorota's lines couldnt make me crack a smile tonight, a literally
What a stupid and pointless show this as became.
SERIOUSLY? The same scheme that was used last season has been used AGAIN? How the hell could they mistake Serena for Charlie? Like suddenly Serena got shorter or WTF? Also don't get me started on Max and Nate, they dont even fucking look a like. I can't stand Elizabeth Hurley's, neither Charlie's voice its damn annoying.
Elizabeth Hurley’s cougar with sweet little Nate cracked me up.
Whiney, self-pitying Dan makes me want to throw things at my television. Chuck and Blair’s crazy chemistry makes me giddy but also bugs because the writers won’t put them together. More dumb obstacles. Oh well.
I guess it's Blair's turn to regress this year. While I am eternally grateful they stopped stalling Chuck's growth, I am very concerned about what they are doing to Blair. While I get where she's coming from, it seems cruel on her part to act that way towards Chuck. Not to mention, she cheated on her fiancee in a room with GLASS WALLS, claiming no one was looking when Dorota wasn't even remotely sly about hiding herself. I hope she snaps out of whatever is going on soon.
I will say that having Chuck and Blair have even limited interaction was a huge plus for me. As was the complete lack of Louis. Prince Charisma Vacuum can stay gone forever in my less than humble opinion.
Enjoyed Serena trying to defend her cousin (and giving Blair a dose of sanity, even if B chose to ignore it).
Two things would have made this episode better
1) Less of Diana
She was the main focus of the episode! Not Serena, Blair, Chuck, Dan or Nate who are the core five characters now. Why write a whole episode around a guest star?
2) Lingering longer on the Chuck and Blair kiss ;)
That kiss was such a tease! What is wrong with these directors cutting away from such a passionate liplock? She was MOANING! They were out of breath afterward. OMG. I'm pissed we didn't see more! LOL. The lead up to it was very Chair: Sensual and alluring. I love powerful seductive Blair trying to entice Chuck with his kryptonite - the nape of her neck. You could cut the tension with a knife their chemistry is so intense. Dang. Enough fangirling. I laughed when Blair slapped him because she's being nuts. But then I felt bad for Chuck. He's really trying to do the right thing and she isn't giving him credit. Poor Chuck. Poor Chair. Oh well, at least Blair's feelings for Chuck are obvious now. She loves the Basstard. No doubt about it. Navy were very cute. I wouldn't mind more. ;) Next week looks like alot of fun with the Chuck and Dan snark. I adore that Blair is going to visit Chuck at the end. I get the feeling Chuck is going to go to Blair's shower to rescue Dan wh
I agree with a lot of people. The episode wasn't outstanding but the Chuck and Blair story line was.I literally only watch the show for these two, so when they are sharing scenes I'm there. The kiss was too short. Dorota should have let them have a make out session before she interrupted. Speaking of, I was surprised she was aiding Chuck in the scheme. Man, just put Chuck and Blair with each other already!
I'm a diehard GG fan, and an even bigger fan of Chair. But this episode was seriously a disappointment. I get the kiss, I'm fine with that part. But seriously? Diana is just obnoxious. After the first episode of the season, she clearly overstayed her welcome. Charlie is becoming slightly more relatable and believable, but I'm just not interested in her story line. Serena is just doing her old thing again, and Dan is reverting to his old outsider status. I'll never stop loving the series, but the writers definitely need to get their heads out of the clouds and back to the UES.
Loved the kiss and the scene in Central Park. But another Chuck being selfless by protecting Blair's fairytale episode? C'mon, bring them back together already and stop throwing silly contrived plots to keep them apart!
I do agree with the Chair kiss. Why cut away from your hottest couple? Please get better directors and editors.
I liked Chuck and Blair and the rest I just didn't care enough about to comment.
LMAO! I agree with @cc. Loved the moments leading up to the Chair kiss. Ed and Leighton have *insane* sexual chemistry. It's undeniable. I'm fanning myself just thinking about those two. But the last thing I wanted was for the director to cut away to Dorota watching them. So hot but waaaaay too short. *shakes fist at GG directors* I am really loving what the writers are doing with Chuck this season. I haven't felt his love for Blair this clearly in a long time. Not since early S3. Blair was kind of silly but this is Blair in denial. She acts a little crazy and irrational when she can't handle reality so I'm not surprised. It's obvious she still loves Chuck but she is scared of trusting him so she needs to believe he's a lost cause and will never change. Classic Blair.
The Diana/Nate/Ivy/Ivy Boyfriend/Serena mix was a little confusing but I enjoyed the obvious chemistry between Nate and Ivy. It would be nice to see Nate finally get a girl that loves him first since Bla
Ok so I finally watched it. I have to say, the kiss was ok but I'm gonna have to watch it again or something because it was either too short or excesively hyped, or maybe what ruined it for me was the leading up to the kiss. Some fans have commented they felt like Blair was throwing herself at him, I don't think this would be the right description but I get why they felt that, I mean her seduction tactic was too obvious, seriously what happened with subtlety? She mentioned nape of the neck, something about being too warm and something about the ice that I couldn't get, one thing after the other with no pause, like she was running a race or something, was she on a time crunch that I'm not aware of? She should suspect something was wrong the minute he didn't questioned about her random talk about all these things, because old Chuck certainly would have said something about it.
I actually enjoyed more their scene at the pond, even the dog had some action there. Blair was totally w
I liked Chuck and Blair. I hated he set her free again but he's still being awesome in the process. I hated Blair thought he couldn't change and I was surprised Dorota helped him. I just have to keep remembering when Chuck and Blair are together again it will be worth it.
Serena needs more interaction with Blair and people I care about.
Nate and Ivy couls be interesting but I'll have to play it by ear. Nate is so pretty the first encounter with he and a woman are misleading at times.
Dan- GTFO. You bore me to tears.
VAMPIRE DIARIES WOULD HAVE ROCKED THOSE STAGES!
I'm just saying that GG can edit one hell of a good promo. I'll give them that... the rest of the episode? Mmmeeehhh... With those stages, they could have done something more...
when are they just going to put chuck and blair together and let them be happy? my heart can’t take much more of this.they love each other and should be together.
YAY!!!!! Duck is back!!!!!! oh how I love them!!!
At the first promo I thought that it's going to be another great GG funny episode.. you know, classic.. but the Canadian kinda blew that out my window..
"I told you to get some ass.." lol. Chuck helping Dan is like the best thing ever.
Last time Dan was drunk he was at a party with blair 8) and ended up sleeping with G! So this one has to be just as good! Can't wait!
The episode was a mixed bag for me. While I liked and enjoyed the Chuck and Blair scenes, I wasn't as interested in the other characters as I wanted to be. I love Serena and her story line seemed too supportive for me. She is a main and I wish the writers would treat her as such. Here is a quick run down of what I enjoyed and didn't:
Chuck and Blair.While Blair was instead determined to prove Chuck was insincere about his apology, all she shows me was she is not over my favorite Basshole (which made me happy). Her attitude was more about her feelings not really how Chuck had behaved recently because Chuck has been more than upstanding lately. I really enjoyed her stalking him because that was vintage Blair and Chuck and it was fun to see that side of Blair again. What confused me is why Blair would go to these lengths to prove Chuck is so terrible. I think, even though, Chuck did set her up, she was all too willing to believe Chuck cannot change from the get go. I don't think Blair
i liked the episode but not much. it was somewhat confusing especially the nate-diana-serena-ivy-grandfather storyline. what is clear to me is that grandfather was using diana to rehab nate's image (seriously?!), diana was using ivy to get serena to write a blog for the spectator but what i don't understand is why serena's an important part of this puzzle?
next, is the ex-boyfriend max. i have to say that he is really hot and seems like a good person. it looks like he's the new love interest for serena and i hope it works out. i wish that serena could fall for him like she did with dan because i think serena deserves to have a new love.
thrid, i was surprised at the blair-dorota-chuck scheme. i didn't expected dorota to do that. but while watching blair being in denial about chuck's change as a man its obvious that she is still in love with him. and the kiss..OMG it was great but short..
I love GG! I thought this episode was suppose to be super OMG. The only thing I like about the episode was the party scenery. I am team Chair but the storyline involving the kiss made no sense.
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