To all the people that feel SO bad for Serena: Did you also feel bad for Blair after Serena slept with Nate while they were dating?Did you feel bad for Dan and Nate when Serena couldn't choose between them for a whole year?Did you feel bad for Nate when Serena was secretly running around with Carter, not telling Nate for no real reason?Did you feel bad for Dan when Serena had Ben MOVE IN to his loft and paraded her new infatuation in front of him? Serena will be just fine. She doesn't need to get over Dan she just needs to get over not being the centre of attention for once.Anyone who thinks her newfound feelings for Dan are real is kidding themselves.
Further, as far as I am concerned, I do not understand this obsession with love and romance in a crime show. Law and Order series did not have any romance and it is still ongoing. CSI did not have much romance and does not have any now even with that sweet blonde in the show, and it is doing perfectly well and last but not the least, NCIS Lost Angeles does not have any love or romance and it is always among the top of the charts as far as ratings are concerened. Why do we need any romance in Hawaii Five-O. Is it because of Hawaii? Sorry to be such a grinch on Valentine's Day, but we do not need a show with some romance for it to be successful.
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Loved the episode..thank God lori is gone...i loveeeed the steve/cath scenes...i would start watching the show again..@amazingalex we have got to celebrate..xo
Hawaii Five 0 is trying out different white women for the extra slot they have in mind. The lady who got shot in Korea did not fit in, Lauren German did not fit in...perhaps Borth will be tried out next, not in the team but as a more frequent extra on the show. Remember one thing...if they try to get Steve and Kono together, it means they are trying to remove one or both from the cast.
@Neats is the canadian promo is on youtube yet?
@Dina gossip girl is not all about chair.
In the end of canadian promo Chuck says something like "You asked for it Humphrey" Thank you for the links on canadian promo and a sneak peek guys :)
I'm reading everyone's comments and people are making really good points. My previous comment was probably a little too vitriolic. I actually enjoyed the episode on a whole - the drunk train was hilarious, Marshall and Lily were fun, and Barney and Ted's hangout was epic-dary. I can totally buy that Barney wouldn't recognize the stripper. Their faces is the last thing Barney Stinson would be focused on :-) What I didn't like about the episode was the end, that's all. I totally get that this is a vehicle to move a plot, and they did foreshadow it earlier, granted. It's not even about Barney and Robin, as much as I liked that pairing. It's about what seems like a regression for Ted's character. That moment means that he's been wasting the past number of years just dating girls while waiting for Robin to be commitment ready. I just want to believe that Ted had grown more and had learned more about himself than that. I wanted to believe that he had stopped living in retrospect.
@Stephanie why are you full of hate? you know this who gossip girl series doesn't ever happen in real life.
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