There are also set photos of Nate getting on & off airplane, just like Chuck. Definitely know Bart is falling off the edge of building per the youtube video, and set pics of Bart's body on the ground with B & C looking on.
I think casting did a great job... kudos! Alex is 6 years old & in first grade. He plays five year old Henry Bass. His first role.
It's got to be Chuck's "I love you, too" to Blair in 2x25... hands down...
Yay! Blair chooses Chuck!
I don't know what show Safran was watching, but that was NOT vintage Blair! That was some foolish, pretentious, silly school girl, and it was so hard to watch because the girl has no pride left. Even Dan was embarrassed by her behavior. She must be having some kind of emotional breakdown.
I am sick and tired of the IP being thrown back in Chuck's face. I realize Blair was hurt and heartbroken when it happened, Chuck was a total bastard for even considering it, but PLEASE... do you really think that was worse than Blair losing her baby in her second trimester? REALLY? I DON'T THINK SO. Blair is losing herself because she has not really dealt with anything that has happened over the last year. Dan is wrong for enabling Blair in not facing her pain when he should be encouraging her to talk to him; and if Blair won't talk to Dan, then he can encourage her to seek professional help to get through this. Also, now that Chuck believes Jack may be his father, Blair sleeping with Jack will not even be acknowledged by these writers.
Jack is not Chuck's Dad. Jack is protecting Bart who has been in hiding to protect his family. Elizabeth/Evelyn is Chuck's Mom. Diana knows about Bart being alive so Jack is paying her off to keep her quiet. She knows where Bart is. Problem wth Dair has always been that Blair is still confused & has no clue to who she is. She's no better off now with Dan than she was with Louis. Also felt like Dair interactions were contrived; why would Blair interfere with Dan's moment? Makes no sense. Blair acted like a silly, little girl and I was embarrassed for her.
I'm not expecting too much from this eppy for Dair; even though it is named "Despicable B," it will be Chuckcentric, like last night's show. I don't see or feel any connection between Dair, other than intellectually. Everything else is mechanical or forced; I don't like it. I am glad Chuck is strong enough to handle his Diana issues; even though I'm not sure I'm going to like seeing Nate & Diana together again. Gross.
Forgot... Dair acted like an old, boring couple, not like a young couple in love. Hell, Dorota gave Dan more love than Blair.
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