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OMFG just watched the promo for next week again. Did anyone else catch on that chuck n Blair are hiding in THE TRUNK OF THE LIMO! right after she says they're looking to question chuck lmao there's def a tire behind blair
GG isn't Jenny! Yes the writers are dumb, moronic and devoid of talent but they're not THAT incompetent! GG was already established at the start of the series, to have Jenny WHO IN SEASON 1 WAS HER FIRST YEAR AT CONSTANCE be GG is beyond outrageous!
@whathappened I agree about your comments about Bart. He was always made out to be a bad father, but never this sociopath we saw this season. I feel like they were trying to find a villain for the last story arc so they brought him back from the dead. Also, his return screwed up Lily and Rufus' marriage. So basically I wasn't happy about his return.
ROFLMAO... Seriously this was the most melodramatic episode in its recent history. I guess the only way to get rid off Bart Bass was to kill him (again) but now it leads to how they will get Chuck out of the mess he is in. They can definitely not push it off as a suicide so there isn't much else to go on.
I can see how Dan and Serena will end up together, that puff piece he wrote will get her to fall in love with him yet again. Yawn. I will give Dan props for doing what he did. I don't think it was planned, I think he changed his mind after Serena saw in the loft with Bart when they agreed on the puff pieces.
I'm only going to watch the finale to see who the heck is Gossip Girl.
Whathappenned...totally agree Dan knows which side his bread is buttered on. He loves Chuck so much.
I hope Jenny is not Gossip Girl, it's ridiculous, she was 14 at the beginning, of the show and probably even younger when GG started her blog. If the writers make her GG, that will be, for me, the biggest letdown of this show. I'd like better for her to be someone we don't know, like let's say, Kristen Bell!
Dan is the best character on this show and the only character I enjoyed this season.
Good for him this episode.
You have my pity, for you have the reasoning of a child with the enthusiasm of an adult to put your point across.
"Seriously, I have watched a lot of TV...even a lot of bad TV. These shows have been full of corrupt characters, but still, Bart takes the cake. He has layers of evil and it doesn’t help that he is so smart with his crimes."
Ummmmmmm what? S6 Bart was an absolutely HORRIBLE character. Where were his reasonings? His motives? How did we go from zero to sixty with this man? I'm sorry but you're dead wrong on this, Bart was poorly written and fleshed out, with absolutely no visible transition from his S1/2 personality to S6. A fake death =/= suddenly psychotic and evil. This was all done just to make Chuck look heroic, yet it failed. It failed hard.
OUAT and Revenge do evil much, much better than this train wreck
Say what you will about Dan, but in my own opinion, he comes out of this entire ordeal as the good guy.
Why? Well, Nate tried playing both sides and got arrested, Blair came up with a team of the UES’ finest “bitches” and Bart caught on, and Chuck…well, he’s tried so hard for so long, yet couldn’t gain the upper hand. Yet Dan’s plan, whatever it fully was, worked and that plan of his was what ultimately led to Bart’s downfall (both figuratively and literally.)
I will probably get a bunch of hate for saying this, but to me, Dan is the only good character left on GG. I really hoped Milo really was his, just so Georgina and he could live off and be happily ever after. They're really the only characters that actually deserve it at this point.
Dan made very little sense last season and last episode. I never once said his character ruined as I always said he was douche and hypocrite who gets away with everything and I grew tired of it and his free loading Dan. I also never liked how Dan fans would praise Dan but still hate Vanessa. He is not anymore dynamic than Chair but Jenny going away allowed him to get more spotlight to show his consistent doucheness.
BTW I don't hate Dan, he was fourth favorite character (second male character), but I really don't like characters who rarely see consequences and seems to have it easy. Quite frankly I didn't like how he handle ending his relationships.
However stars wars doesn't use that type of music. The entire arc has been stars wars reference though and had you just said that I agree but you lost me with the music because the music was nothing like that unless you saying it has blaring score to it.
@whateva I'm the only one who pointed out the Star Wars scene, and I stand by it. I am aware of film noir music, but in this case the "father-son" fight, the falling of the rooftop and music gave me that impression.
If you all didn't see it before, hopefully you guys saw it tonight. Dan, since season 1, has always been the most dynamic/interesting character whether it be that Brooklyn outcast mixed in with the elite to becoming the insider. While everyone remained the same, scheming with or against one another, Dan quietly remained behind the scenes and grew into a character in a way it made sense.
Everyone talks about the writers ruining Dan's character because they hated what he became, the rest of us who could step away from the relationships saw it was growth. Look at Serena, she's pretty much the same character. Blair and Chuck still scheming. If there was one character that the writers ruined, it would be Nate. They tried to give him something to work for but didn't give it enough exposure to make it into something big like Chuck did with The Empire.
Some of you might strongly disagree but Dan's character basically made this last season interesting, without him it would be a dud becau
The final scene music was film noir music, so cut it with the star wars crap (Like I get it people really don't watch none of those movies that Chair mentions but still really folks...film noir), however it was very out of place considering the show only using such music for dream sequences. I mean I liked it as a stand alone scene but not for flow of the episode, something more modern would have worked.
The final scene was a little too "Star Warsy" for me, with the music and all... In any case, I'm just watching out of habit really... oh well... one last monday to go and it'll all be over.
Dan is GG.
He as GG wanted more than just a blog, so he started writing a manuscript (Inside) to see how he could turn his career into something bigger.
His final chapter of his exposé for Vanity Fair that he was typing out is his chapter revealing his identity. The envelope he slipped Serena has to be that final chapter saying that he became GG because he loves Her, always has, always will.
Soooo where are all the Dan haters at?
Great episode! I was totally freaked when Bart jumped into Blairs car! Creepy! AND did anyone else hit the rewind button on the promo for the finale like a million times when chuck asks blair to marry him???? haha i know i did lol
I was kid of wondering that too but Chuck looked frozen at first. I also think deep down he knew the only way this would end at this point was if Bart died (I mean he did just try to kill Chuck or was Bart not planning on throwing Chuck over the roof). BTW nice parallel to season 2 when Chuck almost drunkenly fell.
Wow, that really was the best episode of GG I've seen in a long time! I was on the edge of my seat falling for all the twists and turns! Can't wait for the finale next week but I'm sad to see it go :( I wish I had more time to see what happens with chuck and Blair! Oh and it was really fun to see all Blair's bitches working together! Georgina looked great and I agree, sage became way more tolerable. Nate deserves to be happy too!
sad the ultimate bonnie and clyde, they know have a a death in their sleeve
I'm sorry, but the camera angles and the score of that last scene were just plain AWFUL. much like the scene with Lily and Bart fighting (where he grabbed her) in the last ep, it seems contrived and poorly played out. the cheesy music made it just that bit worse...
I loved this episode! I'm so happy that Chuck didn't try to reach out and grab his dad's hand. The only thing I can think about is the similar situation that OTH had at the end of season 2 where Lucas saved his dad. Lucas later regretted the decision and told him that he wishes he would have let him burn to death in the fire. Dan responded with a real man would have. I'm not sorry to see Bart gone. I think it was fine that Chuck didn't try to save him given the crap he put him through. Between Nate being arrested and scaring Blair, Bart deserved what he got. It was a great episode and nice to see Dan didn't fully drift over to the dark side. Can't wait for the Chair wedding in the series finale!
OMG is all about the power, I felt like I was watching Star Wars, but awsome I cant wait although I am a little sad because I jul feel like the cycle continious. I still want to know why does Bart hate so much chuck he´s just a bully that blemes others and Chuck was just the confortable option for so many years, is the corruption of power? OMG I just cant get over it. Excuse my grammar I am lerning english
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