I guess this answers the question in a previous post. http://www.tvfanatic.com/2012/... "Meanwhile, Nate's financial dilemma lands him in a place that he never thought he would be." Jail?
My guess is that the target is William van der Woodsen, who will be revealed as being behind much of the bad stuff that's happening. I've thought for some time that he isn't Serena's real father.
7. Dan and Serena. Will they? Apparently so. Should they? NO!
My favorite quote: "Suck it, Humphrey". Does anyone else think Sage is seriously creepy? The rooftop scene could be one of Blair's nightmares, perhaps inspired by Charade.
I don't know what's going to happen, but what I'm sure of is that show's makers meant for the wedding scenes to get out. So I'm not worried about being spoiled.
Like TVF168, I suspect that Steven already knew who Serena is; he didn't seem very surprised. Besides, either Steven or Sage, or both, must have known; otherwise it's a fantastic coincidence that Sage is getting acquainted with Nate at the exact same time. My favorite quote: "And I'm the weird one?" (Georgina).
In the pilot, when Nate talked about ending up like their parents, he didn't yet know how bad ending up like his own parents would be. Of course the characters don't need to be paired up romantically by the end of the season; they still have plenty of time for that. But when Chuck said (also in the pilot) "Happiness does not seem to be on the menu", I hope he's wrong. I liked Dan and Blair, but the way they ended, however sad, makes sense considering their characters. There's a reason why Dan is Lonely Boy, and it isn't just about money.
But does the callback involve the same two people?
What is the relationship between Steven and Sage?
It seems to me that the girls around Sage are younger counterparts of Blair's posse.
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